It is true that what it means to be Portuguese cannot be separated from its history and traditions. But there is much more to be told!
As well as being unique and genuine, it is essentially a way of being. A way that is open to cultural and human diversity.
It is mirrored in urban and architectural forms, which fluctuate between the ancient and the modern; in museums and cultural spaces, with a lively cultural agenda and pleasant, hidden away cafés with terraces, shops and even concert halls; in the hustle and bustle of the streets when night falls, on the dance floors or in the typical fado houses.
Come and discover what it's like to be Portuguese through the eyes of the locals!