Lisbon’s laid-back vibe not only appeals to travellers in search for a relaxing getaway, but also to weekend-brunch lovers who love late-morning socialising. During your stay in Lisbon, make sure to have a meal at any one of the city’s best brunch hotspots.
While Lisbon tends to be sunny and exciting throughout the year, it’s just as enchanting during rainy season. Rather than cancel your flight due to less than ideal weather, take the opportunity to discover some of the city’s hidden gems.
Often referred as ‘urbanism’, underground art has created increasing traction since the rise of social media. Much like many modern day movements that boom, the anti-movement is always greater, what urban art used to be has become a cultural voice for young artists. Here is where you can discover the pinnacle of Europe’s underground art scene.
Visit Europe's top healthy restaurants to kick start your 2018 - yet still satisfy those cravings.
Home to some of Europe’s finest seafood and a world recognised port, Lisbon’s dining scene has a growing reputation. With three of the city’s restaurants having been awarded their first Michelin star last year, Portugal’s capital goes beyond custard tarts and a strong beverage. LUXOS explore’s Lisbon’s best new restaurants that you must trial.
A couple books and a typewriter in your suitcase sitting by the window of a hustling train...that’s what it feels like at Hotel Le Tourville.
Light up your Lisbon trip with some aromatic candles at Caza das Vellas Loreto
Walk into a Roald Dahl book in reality, Chocolataria Equador is your Willy Wonka in Lisbon