Visit Lisbon’s secret spaces for free. Open House Lisboa is an event organized every year by the Lisbon Architecture Triennale. It intends to unlock Lisbon’s architecture to the public and open the doors of the most spectacular buildings that are usually inaccessible. Along with having this rare opportunity, there are also plenty of other activities

First-time goers this one is for you! The Web Summit has been taking the tech world by storm and has become one of the world’s biggest and leading tech conferences. The 2019 Edition, that will take place from the 4th to the 7th November, promises to bring tons of networking opportunities and speakers with valuable

When establishing which is the liveliest city in Spain, we simply must talk about the capital, Madrid, since it hosts all kinds of events, concerts and festivities 365 days a year. However, if there is an outstanding type of celebration that attracts thousands of people of all ages every year, that would be its popular

When we talk about Carnival, we always think about Rio de Janeiro, samba, and the colourful costumes that parade along the streets while accompanied by the joyful sound of Brazilian music. Rio de Janeiro’s traditional Carnival is known all throughout the world and brings many tourists, around 500 thousand a year, to this light-hearted city.

The 6th of January is the favourite day in the whole of the Christmas season for Spanish children, and for many grown-ups too. Yes, Christmas presents are opened on that day! The Epiphany, known in Spain as Three Kings’ Day, is one of the most popular feast days in the Christian tradition in Spain, commemorating

Dress up! New Year’s Eve is upon us! Do you know where you’ll be celebrating? In Lisbon or in Madrid? Today we present some of the best places in these two cities where you can celebrate New Year’s Eve in an unforgettable way! Are you ready? The countdown has started! Ten… Nine… Eight… Terreiro do

Isn’t that divine? On St Martin’s day, celebrated on 11th November, you can find bread, chestnuts and wine on Portuguese tables! This tradition is maintained to mark the date when the saint was buried, in the French city of Tours, where he was the bishop and founded Europe’s oldest monastery: Marmoutier. People believe that, on

Halloween is a celebration known throughout the world, originally associated with English-speaking countries but which now has a place in many non English-speaking countries. Portugal is no exception. But did you know that, until very recently, the tradition was to ask for Pão por Deus or “Bread in God’s name”? Discover this Portuguese festivity, which

Summer months mean more amusement and pleasant activities in Madrid. Longer days and warmer nights invite us to taste a tinto de verano or a horchata, on one of the many outside spaces of Spain’s capital. Madrid temperatures can reach 35ºC in the summertime, challenging anyone to leave the house. Get to know our suggestions

Those moments of excitement and enthusiastic shouting are getting closer. This is the time when many of us proudly display the national flag at our window, put the scarf around our neck and raise our right hand to the chest. World Cup 2018 is almost here. Soon it will be time to support our national