Portugal

7 Tips about O Porto

The Portuguese call their city “O Porto” and when foreigners heard them name it, they thought the article was part of the name and so all together call the capital ...

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Porto: the authentic taste of ...

Porto is for some years one of the most popular destinations and now that I’ve been there I understand why. It is a authentic city, nestled in the hills, with ...

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Porto

Porto is Portugal’s second city, a major commercial center and capital of the industrious northern region. Its inhabitants like to repeat an old saying: “Braga prays, Coimbra sings, Lisbon has ...

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Évora: a real city museum

Became a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1986, it is considered a real city museum due to the presence of numerous architectural testimonies in the most varied styles. Second only ...

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A virtual European tour following ...

I thought several times about taking a journey in the name of freedom of expression and mainly dedicated to art. But I do not mean art in the most classical ...

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7 Instagram-Friendly European Countries

Summer is the perfect season to be always online on Instagram where to post amazing feeds with stunning pictures of lovely places kissed by the sun and turquiose waters. However, ...

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The melancholic indolence of Lisbon

The sky of Lisbon is of an intense blue, without a cloud and locals tell me it’s always like this: dazzling, perfect, clean. And this is a fantastic visiting card ...

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Cerdeira Village

What sets Cerdeira Village apart is the combination of quality accommodation with an ambitious cultural project. Cerdeira offers ideas and routes to explore this often forgotten region. The village develops ...

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A focus on Central & ...

It’s always a pleasure to travel around Portugal researching new destinations and revisiting my favourite places. Today I am focused to Central & Northern Portugal, one of the most rugged ...

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4 top reasons to enjoy ...

An immense golden region of rolling plains, white lime washed houses and monuments that testify to the long presence of human life, the Alentejo is a land that must be ...

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