Pastel buildings, painted tiles, and Portuguese pastries? Yes please. Come work remotely with us in Lisbon.
What would your days look like working remotely in Lisbon? Morning walks on charming cobblestone streets. Afternoon rides on historic trams. Sunsets with new friends at the best miradouros in town. Weekends exploring wild islands and beautiful beaches. Just bring your job, and we’ll take care of everything else.
Ask Bernardo what to eat in Lisbon, and he’ll tell you to try polvo à lagareiro (octopus with olive oil). Looking for something to do on the weekends? He’ll suggest biking to Belem or flying to the Azores islands. Searching for the best viewpoint in town? Bernardo will tell you it’s impossible to choose more than one. (He’s right). Born into a Portuguese family in the Brazilian Amazon, Bernardo has lived in Portugal for 15 years and knows Lisbon like the back of his hand. He’s traveled to more than 40 countries, and loves sharing his city and culture with Remote Year travelers.
Wandering down any street in Lisbon is my ideal morning!
I love all the nooks and crannies and intricacies of each different neighborhood. Every street has a different colorful building with gorgeous flowers and vibrancy. I also liked to open the door to my balcony in Bairro Alto and watch the neighborhood wake up each morning while I drank my coffee.Amelia, 4-month Journey Europe & Africa
Surf the waves with local instructor Nuno before work on a Friday, head to the Azores islands on Saturday
Zoom around Lisbon on an e-bike. Listen to live Fado music with friends. Paint your own colorful Portuguese tile. Hop on a flight to spend a weekend in Rome. The moment you clock out, unforgettable adventures begin.
Private Fado Music ConcertFall under the spell of live Fado music paired with traditional fare like sizzling garlic prawns and vinho verde during this evening to remember in the historic Alfama district.
Azores Islands AdventureDiscover the wild natural landscapes of the majestic Azores Islands. Encounter rushing waterfalls, glittering lakes, and relaxing hot springs as you explore this Atlantic gem.
Paint Your Own Portuguese TilesUncover the history of Lisbon’s beautifully painted azulejo tiles. In this hands-on class, you’ll learn how to paint these tiles with a local artist.
Pack your bags, we’ll see you in Lisbon.
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