Hi, I’m Bruno


Hi, I’m Bruno

I’ve lived in Lisbon for 3 years

I speak English, Portuguese and some French, Spanish

I am Financial Manager/Sports Reporter


My name is Bruno, I am 38 years old, and I was born in Coimbra. In 2018, I moved to Lisbon, and I have loved every minute of it! I work as a Financial Manager, but I also have a part-time job as a Sports Statistician Reporter. Currently, I live in Costa da Caparica, one of the closest beaches to Lisbon. I believe Lisbon is a very special and unique location, with lots of history, old and new, and a very strong cultural identity. I love to explore the city and its narrow streets and find new flavors and new people on each corner. Food and drinks are definitely among the strengths of the city, and I am a big fan of both! Nightlife is also a very relevant aspect of the city. There is nothing better than to explore Bairro Alto or Cais do Sodré, two of the typical neighborhoods of Lisbon, looking for the best jam to dance to or the best place to relax with your friends. There are also big musical, cultural, and sporting events that keep the visitors occupied all the time. I am a big fan of Sporting Clube de Portugal, and I love to attend football matches at the Estádio José Alvalade. The weather is, obviously, one of the big strong points of Lisbon, with lots of breathtaking beaches scattered all around the region, with Costa da Caparica being one of the most famous. I think I can be a very good host because I am an extroverted person, I have a very good general knowledge, I love to teach people the things I know about my country, and I think I can give visitors a different experience and show them things they wouldn't normally see in the common tours around the city. I bet I can find some excellent Instagrammable places for those who are interested!"

My knowledge & interests

Hosts graduation Master in Economics Hosts expertise Food Hosts expertise Drinks Hosts expertise Arts
Street food Local cuisine Desserts Food markets Unique & unusual foods Theater Cinema Street art Parks Gardens Scenic routes Wildlife Hikes Political history Economic history Social history Architectural history Religious history Cityscape photography Street photography Portrait photography Modern architecture Classical architecture Wine Whiskey Third wave coffee Gin Local beers Artisanal tea Department stores Vintage shops Street markets Handicrafts & souvenirs Traditional culture Popular culture Lifestyle culture Alternative or underground culture Cocktails, Traditional licquors

Experiences I love to host