Looking for a place to watch the World Cup? Here are the best venues in Lisbon with big screens to watch the matches.
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Lisbon’s water provider company celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. As part of the celebrations, all visitors to the Water Museum will enjoy free admission on weekends throughout the year.
After its first year’s success, the Organii Eco Market is coming back to the LX Factory, in Lisbon. Over the weekend, the event will promote natural and organic lifestyles.
Taking over the riverside Parque das Nações, Super Bock Super Rock is one of the most important summer city rock festivals in Lisbon. This three-day event is a leading reference for European festivalgoers.
NOS Alive is one of the largest music festivals in Portugal. This three-day event offers music from some of the best bands in a great location by the river, near Lisbon.
Jazz in August at the Gulbenkian is Lisbon’s biggest music festival devoted to the jazz genre. This year the festival brings the best and freshest music to the Portuguese capital.
Looking for a public space to watch the European Championship 2016? Here are some of the best spots in Lisbon to enjoy this major sporting event amongst locals.
Festival ao Largo announces fifteen outdoor performances from 8 to 30 July. Everyone can enjoy classical concerts, theatre, ballet and opera in front of the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos. Entrance is free.
Come and celebrate St Anthony, patron saint of Lisbon. The narrow streets of Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest neighbouhood, fill with music, dance, grilled sardines and free fun for everyone.
Web Summit 2016 will gather in Lisbon chief executives behind multi-billion euro businesses, as well as the most promising startups in the world.
Taking over the riverside Parque das Nações, Super Bock Super Rock is one of the most important summer city rock festivals in Lisbon. After 20 years, this three-day event continues to be a leading reference for European rock and pop festivalgoers.
Rock in Rio is one of the biggest festivals in the world. Originally set in Brazil, hence its name, the festival branched into Lisbon in 2004. This year, Rock in Rio turns 30.
NOS Alive is one of the biggest summer music festivals in Portugal. It’s a three-day event set in a great location by the Rio Tejo, near Lisbon.