They’re little paradises hidden on deep green slopes, with water running rail paths, emptying into puddles and pools that draw us to lingering baths.
Talking about the place where we live should be the simplest thing on earth. But it’s not. How to put in a single text all we know, what we like, what delights us, what puts a smile on our face every day?
In the list of museums to visit in Lisbon, the Electricity Museum never enters the top 5. Maybe even into the top 10. But the truth is that this is an essential space for those who want a different part of the city’s history.
Over recent years, Portugal has become a favorite destination of music festival lovers.
Right in the center of Porto, next to the Clerigos Tower, the beautiful building of the old Jail and Court of Appeal is were you can find the Portuguese Photography Centre.
On my last trip to the south of Portugal I made a short stop to Vila Real de Santo António.
Portugal and its coast. Ahhh, it’s one of the most beautiful in the world! (Yes, I’m being very nationalist 😉 ). From north to south, the list of wonderful beaches is vast. And when we talk of more temperate waters and fine sand, Algarve appears right at the top.
Every year the Eduardo VII Park in Lisbon, Portugal, dresses rigorously to receive the annual Book Fair.
It’s the largest river in Portugal, the best known, the one that is born in Spain and flows into the ocean in Lisbon. The Tejo river always made…
Right in the Ribatejo region, in Vila Nova da Barquinha county, you’ll find a castle like no other in Portugal.
Hidden among green fields, in the region of Maia (Ribeira Grande) in São Miguel island, Gorreana tea factory is the oldest and currently the only tea plantation in Europe.