The Portugal Pavilion came to life with the colours and sounds of Carnival this Saturday, March 12, with a unique show by the Caretos de Podence - a pre-historic religious ritual that celebrates the end of Winter and the arrival of
Portuguese chefs Bernardo Cruz and Diogo Lírio took on a special cooking competition at the Luxembourg Pavilion, together with chefs from Australia, Thailand, Mexico, Bahrain and Angola, to reinvent a traditional dumpling dish from Luxembourg - the Kniddel.
As of today, the Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has officially received more than 600,000 visitors since opening on October 1st.
The Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is hosting a Sustainable Fashion Showcase – “From Portugal to the World” - from 11-15 March, a partnership between the Portuguese Trade & Investment Agency (AICEP) and Associação Seletiva Moda (ASM).
The Portugal Pavilion hosted today a seminar, under the theme “Innovation & Entrepreneurship | Synergies between the EU and the United Arab Emirates”, in partnership with SPI – Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação.
The Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai hosted a seminar this Tuesday, March 8th, organized by Portuguese associations representing the Construction and Building Materials Cluster.
The Portugal Pavilion invites all football fans to an exclusive exhibit featuring some of the trophies conquered by Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese football star.
From 1-7 March, the Portugal Pavilion hosted the world’s first show that combines mind-reading with cutting edge technology. Portuguese mentalist João Blümel put on more than 20 performances throughout the week, offering an incredible immersive experience for all Expo visitors.
The Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, in collaboration with digital leader MAZE FX, hosted a workshop on Metaverse technology, with the aim of highlighting it, presenting ideas and solutions about the post-Corona pandemic future and developing immersive content production.
The Portugal Pavilion is dedicating this week to the Portuguese islands of Madeira, taking Expo visitors on a journey through their natural landscapes, culture and gastronomy, not forgetting the region’s most famous export – Cristiano Ronaldo.