New in Lisbon? Our hotel will of course guide you to the best art & culture events in Lisbon.
Agenda Cultura Lisboa publish a very useful monthly magazine with enough parties, exhibitions, conferences, concerts, festivals, fashion shows, theater performances etc. to satisfy even the most hard-core art & culture travelers.
Your find the magazine in the best bars, restaurants and cafes in our hotel when it opens. Along with selected flyers, postcards and flyers. That’s the way most events are marketed here in Lisbon.
As all us art loving travelers know – we need the information before we arrive. We want to research, listen to the band, check the artists back ground, buy tickets etc.
Sometimes it’s so annoying sitting with a cup of coffee in the nearest bar reading about something you really want to check out only to find out that you’re too late, the event is sold out or that you have already made other appointments.
But don’t worry – The Agenda Cultura Lisboa exists as a very good and readable e-zine version.
Our picks for March
Our February has been quite hectic – mostly because of our work at Tings Kathmandu in Nepal, but also because we have spent a lot of time helping Cozinho Urbana up and running. So for us March definitely marks the opening of this years Art & Culture hunting in Lisbon.
This month we have 5 (FIVE) picks we have to share.
We can’t wait to follow the Art & Bicycle Path (guess we’ll walk), check out the antique and classic site of Lisbon’s coolest neighborhood Marvila get a closer look at classic painter Domingos Sequeira’s fabulous paintings (we really don’t know his works), dance the Night away at Lisbon Dance Festival ’18 and hopefully get time for some of the Monstra animated Film Festival’s program
You may not be aware of this – but Lisbon is one of the cities in Europe with most cultural events. Everyday we have movies, exhibitions, concerts, walks and lot of other interesting offers to choose between – And a lot of them are free.
There are many ways of get information – we follow updates from a lot of different events, we get info from posters on the walls from flyers in cafes and restaurants and from the monthly free magazine Agenda Cultural Lisboa.