Fado lisbonne

fado lisbonne

What is Fado in Lisbon?

The word “Fado” comes from the Latin word, “fatum”, which means “destiny” in Portuguese, and it is precisely what is sung in all the songs linked to this musical style. For more history on Fado in Lisbon, you should check out the Fado Museum in Alfama.

Where to eat after a fado show in Lisbon?

We stay in Bairro Alto, just next to Tasca do Chico (mentioned above), there is another must-see restaurant for a fado show in Lisbon. The decoration is typical with traditional shawls and terracotta dishes. The retaurant serves classic Portuguese cuisine of very good quality and at very fair prices for a fado restaurant.

What to do in Lisbon during your weekend?

During your weekend or stay in Lisbon, one of the things to do is to attend a fado show. A typical Portuguese music that appeared in Lisbon in the 19th century. Fado symbolizes the city’s traditions and cultural mix. It is a very lively art in the Portuguese capital, which has been revitalised in recent years.

What to do in Alfama Lisbon?

Experience Fado on a four-hour guided night tour of Alfama, Lisbon (they will pick you up from your hotel). Experience an authentic Fado show in a typical Portuguese restaurant while dining on delicious specialities. To book this tour, be early as it usually sells out.

Where to spend a day in Lisbon?

Spend a relaxing day working on your tan, surfing or enjoying the white sands at one of Lisbon’s captivating beaches. The two most popular beaches are Praia da Conceição and Praia da Rainha located just 30 minutes away from the capital of Portugal!

Is 36 hours enough to fill up in Lisbon?

There is so much to do to fill up 36 hours in Lisbon that it can be daunting planning a weekend trip without missing out on all the good stuff. We have compiled this Lisbon city guide to help you in planning your weekend trip to the gorgeous, hilly, colorful city so that you can have the perfect European weekend getaway!

What to pack for your trip to Lisbon?

Don’t forget to pack a good book! Night Train to Lisbon: A Novel is our top recommendation for an awesome and inspiring read on this magical city.

How safe is Lisbon for travel?

Yes, Lisbon is one of the safest capital cities in Europe. There are minor instances of pick-pocketing but generally very few tourists will experience any difficulties or dangers during their weekend trip. Lisbon is said to be a city that is progressive, liberal and diverse, and is perfectly safe for travelers!

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