Coimbra is charming and has a lot of history and tradition in its streets. Find out what to visit in Coimbra if you only have one day to discover the city of students.
Crato is a small village in Alentejo that once a year hosts the well-known Crato Festival. The perfect excuse for a visit.
Whether you are a wine lover or not, these taverns are true institutions in Ponte de Lima, Portugal. Find out why you really have to visit them.
Knowing the Portuguese capital aboard a sailboat navigating through the Tagus river sounds good? Then, embark on this boat trip in Lisbon to have an unforgettable afternoon.
The Royal Convent and Palace of Mafra was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Know what’s inside this iconic Portuguese monument.
The Azores islands are famous for its unstable weather. But when a storm hits on the largest island of the archipelago, São Miguel, what to do?
Knowing one of Alentejo’s best bread, listening to music in a church and feeling nature up close in the banks of the Guadiana River was the challenge launched by the Lands Without Shadow festival. An experience full of traditions and stories told by the people of Vidigueira.
Make a pitstop in Vila Viçosa to visit the Ducal Palace, one of the royal palaces of Portugal.
It’s one of the most important Christian temples in the world and is located in Portugal. This Christmas, enjoy the holiday spirit and go visit the Shrine of Fatima.
Portugal was elected for the second consecutive time as the Best Destination in the World. The most western country in Europe stands out again as the perfect place to travel.
Near Comporta, Portugal, in a small fishing village, there’s a pier that attracts the attention of all. Between the colors of the fishermen’s huts and the water movement of the Sado river, accompany me on a trip to this old anchorage.