Fado museum

fado museum

How much does it cost to visit the fado Museum?

The Fado Museum is less than a 10-minute walk from the Santa Apolónia metro station (the last stop of the blue line). You may ride the metro (and the city’s buses, trams, funiculars and trains) for free with the Lisboa Card . Admission to the museum is €5.00.

Where to visit the fado Museum in São Paulo?

If you enjoy this museum, youll also want to visit the Amália Rodrigues House-Museum, the former home of Fado’s legendary singer, in the neighborhood of São Bento . The Fado Museum is less than a 10-minute walk from the Santa Apolónia metro station (the last stop of the blue line).

What to do in Portugal for Fado?

Totally devoted to fado and the guitar, it has a permanent exhibition and temporary ones, alongside a document centre and an auditorium with regular events and a very interesting programme. With songs by the greatest Portuguese artists illustrating an art form that Portugal gave to the world, the museum’s artistic quality will surprise you.

What is Museu do Fado?

Entirely devoted to Lisbons urban song universe, Museu do Fado opened its doors to the public on the 25 September 1998, celebrating Fado’s exceptional value as an identifying symbol of the City of Lisbon, its deep roots in the tradition and cultural history of the country, its role in the cultural identity statement and its importance as an ins...

How far is the fado Museum from the metro station?

The Fado Museum is less than a 10-minute walk from the Santa Apolónia metro station (the last stop of the blue line). You may ride the metro (and the city’s buses, trams, funiculars and trains) for free with the Lisboa Card .

What to do in Portugal for Fado?

Totally devoted to fado and the guitar, it has a permanent exhibition and temporary ones, alongside a document centre and an auditorium with regular events and a very interesting programme. With songs by the greatest Portuguese artists illustrating an art form that Portugal gave to the world, the museum’s artistic quality will surprise you.

Where to listen to fado in Portugal?

A Casa do Fado proposes a Fado concert in an old stone cellar located in the Ribeira do Porto, with tables and chairs that are barrels adapted for the purpose. I recommend this concert if you want to hear Fado in a different place. In the middle of the concert there is a small informative moment about Fado. 5. Caves Rozès

What are the best fado houses in Porto?

Mal Cozinhado is located on Porto’s riverfront and is one of the oldest Fado houses. It is a space that transports us to another dimension with its granite walls and arches and ancient wooden beams. 9. Fado Português Fado Português is a new Fado house located on the other side of the river, in Vila Nova de Gaia.

What does fado mean to the Portuguese?

Lisbon is in the capital of Portugal where this style of music was born. Fado is very typical Portuguese and unique which makes it so much more special to the Portuguese people. Let us try to explain in words what Fado means. What is Fado? Speaking in practical terms, clear and direct, Fado is a style of music – just like Rock, Pop and RnB are.

What are the best fado clubs in Lisbon?

Clube de Fado is one of the most prestigious Fado Clubs in Lisbon, where you can also dine or snack. Clube de Fado is located near the Cathedral (“Sé”), in Alfama, and opens at 8pm and closes at 2am.

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