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The “Fado by day” project is a pioneer in the dissemination of the fado, a recognized symbol of Portugal, by means of offering it during the day – something not possible until now, because fado is traditionally appreciated after dark, over dinner...more
Because of the good reviews I was interested and wanted to book this fado-show.
I went to their website and they have this story that they have tours, but you can also book only the fado-show for 20 euro per person. But when you want...More
Walking along of the food court at Ribeira Market and saw some advertising about Fado By Day. It was the best decision of that day. Challenging to listen Fado during the day and i though, why not? I dont have a evening for this type...More
Usually, those who visit Lisbon and want to listen to some fado have to to book a table for dinner on a fado restaurant which can be expensive and exhausting for kids. Fado by Day has it all: it is affordable, it provides several shows...More
Fado is really unique. Only in August TimeOut Market is offering a great Fado show during lunch time. Upstairs in a small studio i listened to the portuguese guitars and the fado being sung. Unique. So Unique. I really recomend it.
Excellent Fado show, perfect if you want to listen to some Fado but you're short of time (45 min. show), not the usual 2-3 hours listening to Portuguese lyrics...! Much cheaper than the usual Fado dinner-show! Includes a short video explaining the history of Fado....More
45 minutes of show during lunch time. Great opportunity to listen to this portuguese traditional music after or before having lunch in Time Out Market, Cais do Sodré.
Awesome and cheap way to get a taste on the music without having to pay for a...More
Date of experience: August 2016
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Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
Explore narrow streets and alleyways, small cafes and, of course, the internationally acclaimed Fado music. The earth-shattering Great Earthquake of 1755 destroyed most of the city but the contiguous neighborhoods of Mouraria, Castelo and Alfama remained standing to this day. These neighborhoods represent Lisbon at its historical best. The cool breeze of the Tagus river will take you up the hills to the sound of
Fado, where you'll discover the best "tascas," eat delicious fresh fish and drink great wines. Discover hidden viewpoints and ancient traces of other civilizational ruins in the heart of the Portuguese capital. These are centuries-old neighborhoods that will welcome you to the very best of old Lisbon culture.