The Festival will take place in different locations.



lusofona fachadaConferences and Workshops
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias

Campo Grande 376,
1749-024 Lisboa | Portugal



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Exhibition and Artist’s Talks
Galeria Millennium

Rua Augusta 96
1100-054 Lisboa | Portugal



Other ActivitiesFBAUL_fachada Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa

Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas-Artes
1249-058 Lisboa | Portugal





Lisbon, given its privileged location, with a mild climate and surrounded by the Tagus River, is one of the oldest cities in Western Europe where you can find archaeological remains dating back to Neolithic times. Since then, Phoenicians, Romans, Moors, Celts, and many others occupied its territory, which left us a valuable national heritage through monuments and historic neighbourhoods.

After the earthquake of 1755, the capital’s urban plan was reconfigured through the visionary architecture and urbanism of Marquês de Pombal. Its beautifully symmetrical streets and squares contrast with the maze-like Alfama and other older districts of the city.

From the traditional Portuguese music (Fado) to international sports and music events, from museums to playhouses, from Moorish fortifications to Pombaline urbanism, from castles to monasteries to futuristic buildings of steel and glass, from the Mediterranean cuisine to conventual sweets and traditional pastries, from the mix of nationalities that live in the city, Lisbon is distinguished by having an intense cultural life full of historical and contemporary attractions, making it one of the most cosmopolitan capitals of Europe.



By plane

Lisbon’s main airport is Portela International Airport.

From the airport, the subway runs every 5 mins to downtown and the journey takes about 15 minutes. There are  buses every 15 minutes to Chiado or you can get a taxi from the airport to the city centre (about 10/15 euros).

By train

International trains arrive in Lisbon every day, mainly to Santa Apolónia Station and to the Gare do Oriente. Estação Santa Apolónia opened on May 1st, 1865. It is the oldest railway terminus in Lisbon, situated in the city’s central part on the bank of the Tagus river in the historical district of Alfama.



To be announced.