Today, the festival is considerably larger highlighting regional music, artisans, cooking shows, photo exhibits, dance shows, as well as workshops that focus on regional crafts. If you can’t make this event, there are heaps of other opportunities to see the traditional Portuguese costumes, such as the Mask Museum in Bragança, or the Caretos of Podence which occurs in the North during Lent. The village of Lazarim is a fabulous place for some eye-catching carved wooden masks. Otherwise, feel free to contact us for a Lisbon Food, Wine and Culture Tour if you’re needing to explore the wee nooks and crannies of the city!
Meet the passionate people crafting old-school Portuguese food deep inside Lisbon’s traditional neighborhoods. Visit the traditional hole-in-the-wall bakeries famed for their...Learn More
Your relaxing day trip to Azeitão and Palmela in the region of Setubal, will not only only take you to...Learn More
Just south of Lisbon, across the Tagus River estuary, you’ll visit the extraordinary villages of Sesimbra and Azeitão, renown for...Learn More