LisbonInsideOut: Diana, a Romanian Brand Manager

LisbonInsideOut: Diana, a Romanian Brand Manager

What is LisbonInsideOut? LisbonInsideOut is a new interview series that I’ve created to learn why foreign people, that live or have lived in Lisbon, chose this city and what they love about it. This week I’m introducing you to Diana, a Romanian Brand Manager who decided to do her master’s internship in Lisbon and never … Continue reading “LisbonInsideOut: Diana, a Romanian Brand Manager”

LisbonInsideOut: Nick, an English Illustrator

LisbonInsideOut: Nick, an English Illustrator

What is LisbonInsideOut? LisbonInsideOut is a new interview series that I’ve created to learn why foreign people, that live or have lived in Lisbon, chose this city and what they love about it. This week I’m introducing you to Nick, an English Illustrator who decided to head to Lisbon to have a more affordable freelance … Continue reading “LisbonInsideOut: Nick, an English Illustrator”

LisbonInsideOut: Saara, a Finnish Graphic Designer

LisbonInsideOut: Saara, a Finnish Graphic Designer

What is LisbonInsideOut? LisbonInsideOut is a new interview series that I’ve created to learn why foreign people, that live or have lived in Lisbon, chose this city and what they love about it. This week I’m introducing you to Saara, a Finnish graphic designer that fell in love with Lisbon and its light on a holiday and … Continue reading “LisbonInsideOut: Saara, a Finnish Graphic Designer”

LisbonInsideOut: Linus, a Swedish Multitasker

LisbonInsideOut: Linus, a Swedish Multitasker

What is LisbonInsideOut? LisbonInsideOut is a new interview series that I’ve created to learn why foreign people, that live or have lived in Lisbon, chose this city and what they love about it. This week I’m introducing you to Linus, a Swedish guy that decided to trade a cold winter in Sweden for a sunny Lisbon. … Continue reading “LisbonInsideOut: Linus, a Swedish Multitasker”

A pop up Pho restaurant in a forgotten Lisbon Palace

A pop up Pho restaurant in a forgotten Lisbon Palace

Illustration by Sarah Campbell “Stop whatever you’re doing, there is a temporary Pho restaurant right near our house!” – I messaged Nick the other day, when I found out a Vietnamese restaurant had temporarily settled on a street below ours. I walk past the Sinel de Cordes Palace every day and the last few months … Continue reading “A pop up Pho restaurant in a forgotten Lisbon Palace”

Surviving without a GPS in the villages of Portugal’s Centro Region

Surviving without a GPS in the villages of Portugal’s Centro Region

I’ve been planning an unplugged weekend for a while and I thought a visit to a few remote villages would be the perfect opportunity to go without internet for a bit. It was easier said than done, while I managed to survive without checking any social media for 48 hours it was getting lost in … Continue reading “Surviving without a GPS in the villages of Portugal’s Centro Region”

An afternoon in Tomar, a Knights Templar city

An afternoon in Tomar, a Knights Templar city

If your foreign friends come to visit you in Lisbon more than once, odds are you are sick of showing them Sintra, Belém or Cascais. You both want to see something new and exciting, but your bucket lists won’t always match. Too far, too seasidy, too small, too expensive – we were struggling to find … Continue reading “An afternoon in Tomar, a Knights Templar city”