Popular Workshops and Classes in Lisbon
Lisbon, especially during the summer months, is one of the most popular destinations in the world. We would expect no less after it won the World Travel Awards as the best tourism destination in 2018. For the short-time visitors of the city and those of you who live in Lisbon and are looking for 'what to do in Lisbon' , we have gathered some of the best workshops and classes in Lisbon.
Portuguese cuisine is known for its fresh ingredients and big passion for pastries, fish, octopus and meat. You can easily find those ingredients in Lisbon’s markets, like the famous Time Out Market Lisboa or Campo de Ourique market.
From learning how to make Pastel de Nata pastries from scratch, traditional Bacalhau dish preparation in Codfish cooking class, or even participating in a Lisbon market tour followed by a cooking class, Lisbon has alot to offer for curious foodies in town.
Surfing is the second most popular sport in Portugal after football. Next to Lisbon, along the beautiful beaches of Cascais and the famous Costa Coast in Costa da Caparica, you can take wave surfing, kitesurfing, and Paddleboard surfing lessons and courses. For those of you who stay in the city for a longer period of time and wish to become seriously good at surfing, there are many courses to choo
Lisbon’s art is shown everywhere around the city, by its beautiful architecture, colorful houses and the verities of ceramic tiles, which are one of the most known symbols of Lisbon and a popular background in pictures under the #Lisbon social media hashtag. So if you are looking for art workshops in Lisbon, during your stay you have an amazing opportunity to learn how to create those beautiful tiles yourself in a two-hour private class, or even to attend one of the Pottery Classes Lisbon, to learn how to make ceramics from scratch.
Did you know that the Portuguese language is the sixth most spoken language in the world? With more than 215 million native speakers in countries like Brazil, Goa, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bisseau, São Tomé and Príncipe and Macau, it makes it a very handy language to know.
- July 7, 2018
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