February 19, 2020 getLISBON

We suggest you get to know the artworks of Bordalo II in Lisbon, a young Portuguese artist who has marked with his work the most diverse cities in the world. Street art is by definition ephemeral, it lasts for the lifetime of an abandonment. However, there are pieces that now mark the city and that we don’t want to see them go.Lisbon continues to be faced with graffiti and tags, agents of destruction not only of buildings but also of quality street art that we learn to appreciate with time.However, this urban artistic form of expression with works of increasing…

February 12, 2020 getLISBON

In this article we’ll be sharing with you viewpoints in national monuments of Lisbon. Did you know that their rooftops are open to the public and have beautiful views?Here you’ll not only find buildings that are probably familiar to you but also curious details that you might not know about them…Let’s dive in! The 8 Selected Viewpoints in National Monuments of Lisbon Due to its geographical characteristics Lisbon could only be a city of viewpoints!From the top of the hill, from a steeper street or from the top of some stairs, we’re constantly faced with different perspectives of the city,…

February 5, 2020 getLISBON

7 marks of Lisbon in Macau? Yes, getLISBON travelled all the way to the East and decided to sort of reverse an article we’ve previously published that connects these two cities…Previously in 7 Marks of Macau in Lisbon we briefly approached the historic connection between Macau and Portugal and we identified several places in the city of the seven hills where we can find references to the former territory under Portuguese administration.We’ve reversed things in this article. The 7 Selected Marks of Lisbon in Macau In December 22, 2019 were celebrated 20 years since Macau’s sovereignty was transferred from Portugal…