Have you heard about the big earthquake of Lisbon? Want to know more about it? How the city changed? The Lisbon you love today was born because of the big 1755 earthquake. Come learn all about it this Wednesday, 20th of September.
Last wednesday we had such a great and relaxing time during our picnic at S. Jorge Castle! Is was an amazing afternoon!
We walked through the tangled alleys of one of Lisbon's oldest and most tradicional neighborhoods with our history and culture teacher Beatriz, who told us many stories about Alfama!
Join us on the 13th of September for a picnic at S. Jorge Castle with wine, pastel de nata, typical portuguese cheese and the most amazing view of Lisbon!
Let's get to know one of the oldest and most traditional parts of Lisbon: Alfama. Here, the old traditions are still a part of daily life. Come to the old Lisbon with us on the 6th of September!
Who knew Bairro Alto has so much to learn about?
Bairro Alto is much more than only nightlife. Join us this Wednesday to learn about the long history of the neighbourhood!
Castelo São Jorge has the best view over Lisbon and entrance is free for students on our tours!
Have you seen the view from Castelo de São Jorge? We are going there on Wednesday, the entrance is free for students!
Some shots from our last tour to Cascais!
Here are some pictures from the nice afternoon we spent in Sintra last week!
On Wednesday our weekly tour will take us to Cascais and Estoril. Learn about their history and take the chance to enjoy the beach after!
We are going to Sintra! Join us on our weekly tour this Thursday 2.00 pm!
This week, we learned about the historical importance of Castelo de São Jorge and visited the birthplace of Fado, Mouraria.
On this week's tour we will learn about the important role the Castelo de São Jorge played in Lisbon's history and visit the birthplace of Fado!
It was hot in Lisbon yesterday, so walking along the shore in Belém was a great way to cool down a little.
Come with us this Wednesday to Belém to learn about the great expeditions that started from here!
Last week, we enjoyed the sun in Cascais. Take a look at the pictures here!
For our tour this Wednesday, we thought of something special: We are going to take the train to Monte do Estoril and from there walk to Cascais!
The earthquake of 1755 shaped Lisbon in many ways. On our weekly tour, we walked through the streets of Baixa-Pombalina to see how the city center was affected.