The Agenda Cultura Lisboa guide is in all our rooms.
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.
You find the magazine in the best bars, restaurants and cafes and in in your room if you stay with us. 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.
Tings’ recommendations for April
As always a few of our recommendations – this time we have asked our reception manager to list his 3 picks for April.
Also in the April issue: Again a special feature of our hood
Fleeing from the pressure of tourists?
For strange reasons Agenda Cultural Lisboa is targeting Portuguese only. This month it has a special feature for locals who wants te escape tourists with the best ‘non-touristic’ places to go in our hood Anjos/Graca.
Followers of this blog will recommend some of them.
Also in the April Issue: Caminho do Oriente vol II
We blogged about it 4 years ago. Last month Lisbon’s Mayor listed it as the city’s most interesting neighborhood. In the same month’s issue of Agenda Cultural Lisboa it got a name Caminho do Oriente – or Beato & Marvila as this cool and happening part of town is called. The April issue guides you through the Beato part of the Caminho