Palácio da Pena – Briefing.

  The Fairy Tale Castle. The Pena Palace was born from the recovery of an old convent erected in this place in 1511 and the genius of D. Fernando II who bought it in the year 1834, which recovered and enlarged it. Located on the 2nd highest point of Sintra Mountains , this palace is […]

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Ericeira is World Surfing Reserve.

Ericeira is World Surfing Reserve. Ericeira became World Surfing Reserve on October 14, 2011, after consecration by the international organization Save the Waves Coalition. It was only the 2nd Distinguished Reservation at a global level, remaining the only one in Europe to this day. The criteria that led to its official recognition were the quality […]

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New Tour – Lisbon in One Day Tour (By Car and Foot).

New Tour – Lisbon in One Day Tour (By Car and Foot). This is the program indicated for those who will be very little time in Lisbon. With this one-day program you will be able to see the entire city center, the oldest neighborhoods (Alfama, Graça, Mouraria, Bairo Alto and Chiado), th e famous hills […]

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Sunset Tours with Winter Schedules.

Sunset Tours with Winter Schedules. We are arriving in November, the sun continues to be a regular presence in Lisbon, but the days are shorter and the time on the clock will change, so that everyone can watch the fullness of this show, we changed the tour schedules that include the observation of the wonderful […]

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A day in Lisbon with Francoise, Zoé and Crystal.

Francoise, a Frenchwoman of Portuguese descent came to visit Lisbon and brought two friends to Zoé and Crystal, both from Vietnam. She phoned us when she arrived in Lisbon (16.00h) to say that she would be only one day in Lisbon (the following day) and that she wants to show her friends the whole city. […]

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Fátima – Night of October 12th.

Fátima – Night of October 12th. This morning marks the hundredth anniversary of Mary’s Apparitions to the little shepherds (Lúcia, Jacinta and Francisco). Religious ceremonies began last night with the usual presence of hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world. In addition to the traditional procession of candles and the celebration of […]

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Be Up in Lisbon has a new Reservation Center.

  We like to be practical and make life easy for those who come to visit us in Lisbon. In this sense, yesterday we opened a new reservation center on our facebook page. In addition to being able to make your reservations, in this place you can also ask your questions, which will be given […]

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History of the Lisbon Bridge.

Initially called Ponte de Salazar (Portuguese Prime Minister between 1932 and 1968), this bridge took approximately 4 years to be built and its inauguration, on August 6, 1966, was a great national event, since it meant the improvement of the communication and an investment of enormous importance for the country’s development. After the 1974 Revolution […]

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Web Summit – November 6-9 in Lisbon.

  Europe’s largest conference on entrepreneurship, technology and innovation will take place in Lisbon for the second time in the beginning of next month with more than 1.500 speakers, 2,200 journalists from 160 countries and 60,000 people attending. This event has a huge impact on the city, as it did 2 years ago restaurants, bars […]

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José Franco Village – A love story to art!

  José Franco Village is not exactly a village, it was the work place of a great clay artist who had this name. It is near the Mafra (on the way to Ericeira) and is now a museum of pieces of clay, all handmade by this great craftsman, besides the exhibition with pieces made by […]

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