So that this is also a period of fun in Portuguese culture, outdoor moments and the capital’s landscapes, the Teatro Ibérico, in Lisbon, suggests activities to celebrate the season.
1. Watch the play “Além”, at the Teatro Ibérico
With the main theme of the search for a dream and leaving the homeland, the show addresses the passage from Alentejo to the Great City, and all the challenges that entail.
On stage are two actresses and a female choir group from Cante Alentejano, which brings live music to all who visit the Iberian Theater between April 7th and 17th, from Thursday to Saturday, at 21:00, and on Sundays, at 17:00. With the aim of not having anyone from forums, the show still has sessions of theater sessions interpreted in Gee Language and audio description, tickets can be purchased at ticket [email protected], with a cost of 10 €.
2. Enjoy the view of the city from a viewpoint
To enjoy the best of the city on the seven hills, climbing to the top of the capital and enjoying the view from a viewpoint can be a plan for the whole family in April. In various parts of the city it is possible to see from gardens to neighborhoods, river views to forest landscapes.
From the best-known viewpoints, such as the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara, the Miradouro das Portas do Sol or the Miradouro de Santa Luzia, to other more restored viewpoints, such as the Miradouro do Recolhimento or the Jardim do Torel, there is no shortage of places to admire. the Lisbon landscapes.
3. Discover Lisbon by bike
With the heat starting to creep in, spring can be the ideal time for a time of outdoor exercise. For this, Lisbon’s bike paths are an option to travel the city from one end to the other and, at the same time, move your body.
Thinking about it, the capital has several routes that can be done by bike, both with family and friends, and that explore various areas of the city. From Saldanha to Colégio Militar, with a more urban route, or passing through Cais do Sodré to Algés, with a view of the Tagus River, these are some of the bike paths for everyone to enjoy.
4. Stroll through Monsanto Park
A tour of Monsanto is also an option for people who want to explore “Lisbon football”. This park even has kilometers of trees, as well as picnic parks, roads – for those who ride a bike, skates or skate – and basketball and football fields, for lovers of sports.
In addition, it appears as an option for families with children, as there are several playgrounds with slides and swings.
5. Visit a museum
This month, we will visit the museums that will visit as the days get bigger, visiting Lisbon’s museums can be a good opportunity to learn a little more about art, history and the city.
This is still a type of activity that stimulates the senses, arouses curiosity and gives creativity, and Lisbon has no shortage of options to explore. From museums dedicated to the sea, history, art, biodiversity or science, there are possibilities for all tastes and interests.
These are just some of the activities that make it possible to mark spring and the activities that make this season even more special.
In addition to these, Lisbon is full of initiatives designed for all cities and ages and that will allow everyone to be in touch with what characterizes the seven hills, escaping the rhythm of everyday life.