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Festas do Mar in Cascais

By: John. Posted: August 10, 2012 . In: Events in Cascais Area, News

Rui Veloso, Paulo Gonzo, André Sardet, Boss AC, Ana Moura, David Fonseca and Pedro Abrunhosa are some of the national artists who will be present, bringing the best of Portuguese music to Cascais.

Young talents will be featured this year at the Festas do Mar, with local bands serving as opening acts and bringing great music and entertainment to Cascais Bay.

And since we don’t want you to miss a minute of the best music, RFF, the official radio station of the Festas do Mar, will offer, for the first time ever, a live broadcast of all concerts taking place on the bay.


Friday |17 Ana Free + Ronan Keating
Saturday | 18 João Só e Abandonados + Paulo Gonzo
Sunday |19 HMB + Rui Veloso
Monday | 20 Boss AC
Tuesday | 21 Ana Moura
Wednesday | 22 Brando Fel + André Sardet
Thursday | 23 Sara Paço + Azeitonas + Miguel Angelo
Friday 24 | Adriana + David Fonseca
Saturday | 25 Mikkel Solnado + Pedro Abrunhosa
Sunday | 26 Ténis Bar + Zélia Duncan

 The concerts are scheduled to start at 20:30. Firework displays will be offered on the 17th, 18th, 25th and 26th.

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The Sardine is Ours!

By: John. Posted: August 10, 2012 . In: Authenticity Experience, News

At Millennium BCP Foundation’s Archaeological Museum (NARC) where you can visit 2500 years of the city’s history, visitors can now view a selection of almost two hundreds sardines which participated in the Lisbon Festivities ‘12 Sardines competition. On display in a renovated and expanded space, the winning entries of the sardine competition, chosen by an expert jury, the finalists and some of the most amazing three-dimensional proposal, built from a great variety of materials.

Until September, Millennium BCP Foundation – Archaeological Museum, Rua Augusta. Free admission.

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Flavours of the Sea

By: John. Posted: August 9, 2012 . In: Authenticity Experience, News

Bathed by the Tagus river and facing the Atlantic Ocean, Lisboa basks in its reputation of having the best fish in the world.

The water quality of the Portuguese coast and the practice of line fishing ensure very tasty fresh fish that will delight gourmets from all over the world. To prove it, just try the various specialties of the region’s traditional cuisine, with a rich history of fish dishes that are simple and accessible to the most discerning palates.

Do as the locals and ask for a few grilled sardines or mackerel in vinegar sauce, not to mention some “jaquinzinhos” and “petingas”. Similarly the seafood rice and “cataplana”, octopus salad and fish stew are other classics greatly appreciated at this time of year. And, accompanied with rice, salad, or even on their own, cod pastels and deep fried fish cake are true delicacies typical of the region, proving that good food need not necessarily to be expensive.

Take this opportunity to make a trip along the coast and discover the variety of fish of Cascais, the mussels from Ericeira and Cabo da Roca, the clams, oysters and fried cuttlefish from Setubal, to the swordfish from Sesimbra and the snapper and croaker from Peniche, without forgetting the fish and prawn soups.

At the end of the meal, it will be easy to understand why Lisboa’s cuisine is one the region’s most praised attractions by its visitors.

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Óbidos Medieval Market

By: John. Posted: August 2, 2012 . In: Authenticity Experience, News


Óbidos Medieval Market is a historical recreation event that transforms the town of Óbidos into a market village in the Middle Ages. During 16 days, jesters, fire eaters, dancers, musicians and minstrels invade the town transporting visitors to another dimension. In 2012, maintaining liaison with “Casa das Rainhas”, the town will recreate the marriage ceremonies of Dom Afonso V and Dona Isabel of Coimbra. It is in this atmosphere that visitors begin their journey through time… among taverns where food and drink, artisans and merchants come from the four corners of Portugal.

Until August 12, Thursday through Sunday (Thursday 5 pm to midnight, Friday 5pm to 1am, Saturday 12 pm to 1 am, Sunday 12pm to midnight) in the former training grounds of Óbidos. Entry 6 euros.

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The History of Fado and Guitar

By: John. Posted: July 23, 2012 . In: Authenticity Experience, News


To better understand the universe and the history of Lisbon song, it is an essential visit to the Fado Museum. Located in the heart of Alfama, the neighborhood most associated with this iconic song, the Fado Museum houses a unique collection in the world, of primary relevance in studying the epitome of the city’s cultural expression. Its permanent exhibition is a tribute to fado and tis creators and artists, promoting its history from the 19th century Lisbon.

"Fado" by José Malhoa

During the tour, visitors are invited to learn about the history of fado since its birth in the 19th century to the present. At the exhibition, visitors can observe the emblematic work entitled “Fado” (1910), by José Malhoa temporarily on loan by the Cidade Museum, the triptych “The Mariner” (1913), by Constantino Fernandes (1913) on loan by the Chiado Museum/IMC and the work entitled “The Most Portuguese of Oil Paintings”, by João Vieira (2005) along with numerous testimonies of the fado world: musical instruments, repertoires, journals, scores, trophies, costumes, among other objects from Fado’s history.

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Sol Domus can provide private Fado session in our Accommodations.

Fado Museum
Largo do Chafariz de Dentro, nº1, Lisbon
Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm

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