I talked to Bruno Castro about TEMA magazine’s upcoming issue on post-urban, Lisbon, and what he thinks of his city as it is, as it was, and as it will be.
On sustainable cultural tourism, the democratization of art, and the Azores Fringe Festival – the only truly democratic cultural event that happens on all nine islands of the Azores once a year.
All you need to know about the 6th edition of the Azores Fringe Festival (25th May – 1st July 2018).
“Overtourism” was the buzzword in Europe in 2017. But is this the case with Lisbon? Is “overtourism” the actual reason why old restaurants and centennial shops in the city’s historic center are closing?
If you’re on the outside looking in, the craze around the Eurovision Song Contest is hard to understand. So, what’s this Eurovision thing all about and what does that have to do with European pop culture?
My third year at Fantasporto (on its 38th edition in 2018) brought me no surprises: if you’re a fan of the horror/fantasy/SciFi genre, this is one of the best film festivals in Europe (and probably the world, too).
Find out where to go for traditional Carnival in Portugal, how to reach these destinations, and what to expect from these traditional celebrations. Some of them can be traced back to Celtic pagan rituals and others are just too peculiar to miss.
Ready for the New Year? Here are 18 cultural tourism destinations to visit in 2018.
Thoughts on sustainable cultural tourism, its impact on the travel industry, and the need for travel bloggers to help market destinations with locals in mind.
Web Summit is Europe’s larger Tech conference. At the 2017 edition in Lisbon, I met with startups that could shape the future of sustainable tourism.