I was in Aveiro for the first time at the end of 2017 and discovered a cozy city full of tradition and a very positive vibe. It was one of the surprises of the year.
Portugal is full of incredible historical memories and rural elements that tell the history of the people. In the north of the country, there are structures that have resisted the passage of time. They are called the Espigueiros of Soajo.
Dornes seems to have been taken from any Game of Thrones scenario, but this village is very Portuguese and was voted one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal. Take a look at this story and get inspired by the images to travel there.
In Portugal, there is the largest oriental garden in Europe. The Bacalhôa Buddha Eden is filled with Buddhas, pagodas and terracotta warriors ready to be discovered.
If you can’t stand the confusion of Costa da Caparica or the exorbitant prices in Algarve, the beaches in Alentejo may well be the ideal option in the summer months. And you don’t even have to go far from Lisbon.
And do not forget to bring the camera! The Buçaco Forest will win you from the first moment.
Are you planning to visit São Miguel Island? Then you’ll have to pay a visit to Terra Nostra Garden, one of the most incredible parks I’ve ever seen.
One of the main squares of Lisbon hides a lodging that makes any stay in the Portuguese capital a pleasant experience.
Leiria has always been a mystery to me. Until the day I visited the city and was enchanted with its streets and monuments.
In Sintra (Portugal), right next to the sea, you’ll find Cape Roca. They call it the “End of Europe”.
There’s so much to see in São Miguel, in Azores, but the Sete Cidades Lake is one of the most remarkable places on the island. A journey of discovery, incredible landscapes and nature in its purest form.