Category Archives: Entertainment

December 30

17 Reasons to visit Lisbon in 2017

Lisbon’s popularity as a travel destination has been rising every year. Lisbon’s fame is not in vain. The city is flourishing as never seen before. Now its seven hills became its seven vibrant stages for fun, food and folks. Conde Nast Traveler placed Lisbon as one of the 17 destinations to visit in 2017, among […]

October 05

Exhibition – THE WORLD OF CHARLES AND RAY EAMES

The grand opening of MAAT museum has as its first exhibition the big Design’s names Charles and Ray Eames.

September 07

Top 5: Gardens in Lisbon

Lisbon is a perfect combination of viewpoints (miradouros), seven hills, the Tagus River, colorful buildings, narrow streets and lively neighbourhoods, and the sunny weather is inviting to enjoy the outdoors when in the city – hence gardens and parks are a must not only in Summer, but also for the rest of the year. Autumn, gardens are […]

The Lisbon Oceanarium is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe March 15

Oceanarium

Explore the fascinating underwater world courtesy of one of the largest and most impressive oceanariums in the world. The gigantic spider crabs can also been seen at the Lisbon Oceanarium Hugely entertaining for all ages, with an incredible central tank and strong conservation message to match. Well worth a visit. http://www.oceanario.pt/?lang=en

March 02

Knowledge Pavillion

Located on the former site of the ’98 Expo World Fair, this exciting science and technology museum is a stimulating centre of interactive experiments and tantalising tests exploring everything from the simple to the sublime. Excellent hands-on fun for visitors of all ages. http://www.pavconhecimento.pt/home/?lang=2  

February 27

Lisbon Zoo

Acrobatic dolphins, performing parrots and an Enchanted Forest are just some of the zoo’s many attractions. Take a cable car over the hippos, rhinos, lions and tigers, tour Primates’ Temple, feed the sealions and walk amongst exotic birds and reptiles. There is also a large playground, cafe and train. http://www.zoo.pt/site/index_en.php  

The Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium offers a fun trip into deep space and the universe January 31

Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium

The 330-seat planetarium, adjacent to the Maritime Museum, offers an entertaining and educational insight into the mysteries of the universe. Inside the planetarium, one can observe up to 9000 stars and the Milky Way Tour the fascinating exhibitions before marvelling at the astronomical shows projected onto the 25-meter diameter dome. Ask the hotel concierge to check the times of the Portuguese, English and […]