Built on the hills by the Tagus River, Lisbon offers history and culture, and is one of the oldest cities in Europe.
Known for its unique brightness, the capital of Portugal became Europe's richest city, centralising trade with Asia, Africa and America.
Some of the most influential moments of Portuguese History took place in Lisbon. It is therefore not surprising that its landscape is full of Art Nouveau buildings, extraordinary monuments, countless museums, terraces and iconic viewpoints.
The picturesque and colourful neighbourhoods, the sound of the trams that run through the narrow and sloping streets, the echo of Fado, the Portuguese pavement beneath your feet, live alongside the cool side of this charming city full of personality, open to new challenges and in constant transformation.

Lisbon, Art and Architecture
Contemporary Lisbon
Fernando Pessoa’s Lisbon
Jewish Culture and Food Experience
Fado Unexpected
World Heritage and Humanity in Portugal
Cooking Class at the Chef’s Kitchen
New Christians. Jewish History in Portugal
Lisbon. The art of tasting the 'petiscos'
Tile Painting Workshop
Custard Tart Workshop
Saramago and his works
Bird watching
Lisboa. What a great picture
Workshops: The art of savoir-faire
Lisbon. A City of Hills and Secrets
Lisbon. Take a ride in a Sidecar