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Portuguese Steak Recipes

The Best Steak Recipes Made In Portugal I selected four Authentic Portuguese Steak Recipes. That you must try when visiting Portugal or cooking at your home. Portuguese Prego Sandwich Recipe You can order this sandwich in almost every snack bar in Portugal. Like all Portuguese food, it is simple and delicious! Read more: Best Things…

Thanksgiving in Portugal

Do they celebrate Thanksgiving in Portugal? Here in Portugal, we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving. We celebrate the harvest in September and October. For example, Festa do Vinho Madeira (grape harvest in Madeira) was from 8 to 24 October in 2021. And Wine & Music Valley in Lamego (grape harvest in the Douro Valley) was from 10…

Halloween in Portugal

Is Halloween celebrated in Portugal? Halloween is becoming more popular in Portugal. It is easy to buy costumes in Chinese stores. But it is not a traditional celebration in Portugal. Because a few centuries ago, the Catholic church condemned the pagan Celtic festival. But, the church established a new date for honoring the dead. That…

Coronavirus in Portugal

Coronavirus in Portugal Last Update Hello, Portugal is OPEN! We review our Health & Safety Policy. From the beginning, Eco Trilha has been monitoring the evolution of the pandemic in Portugal. We followed the recommendations issued by the General Directorate of Health. We implemented measures to provide the safety of employees and travelers. We signed…

Easter in Portugal

Holy Week in Braga What are the Easter Traditions in Portugal? Easter in Portugal is not about bunnies and eggs. The country is rich in age-old traditions and rituals. That celebrates the Christian liturgical year’s main feast. Easter in Portugal Traditions include the “folar” (easter bread) and sponge cake (recipe). Folar is a piece of…

What to see in Nazare

Best Things to Do in Nazaré, Portugal If you’re planning a trip to Nazaré, these are several of the best ways to spend your time. Praia da Nazare It is a crescent-shaped beach with golden sand and quiet water. But the fishing community settled on this beach for this reason! You can see the fishing…

Best Time to Visit Portugal

What is the best time to visit Portugal? This guide will give you more information on when to visit Portugal. We will provide you with an overview of what to expect. After reading this article, it will be challenging to decide when to visit Portugal. Because this country has so much to offer throughout the…

Small Group Tours Portugal

Small-Group & Private Tours in Portugal Small-Group Travel in Portugal Big group tours are not our style. Each private tour accommodates a maximum of 10 passengers on a personalized itinerary to experience Portugal! It is the perfect solution for you that doesn’t have time to plan an independent vacation. Read here our suggestions: Small Group…

How to Make Portuguese Custard Tarts

Portuguese Custard Tarts Recipe Pasteis de Belem is essentially egg custard tarts. The thick outer is a rich buttery puff pastry that holds a dollop of smooth, creamy egg custard. The top of the custard is caramelized, which gives the tart its spotted look, then dusted with cinnamon and icing sugar. Pastel de Nata’s History…

Things to do in Braga

Essential Tips for Your First Trip to Braga, Portugal Let’s travel over the best things to do in Braga. From a traditional food tour, a Walking City Tour in Braga, or go up the steps of the five senses leading up to Bom Jesus church. Braga’s center is compact despite being a big city in…

Portugal Culinary Tours

Food and Wine Tours: A Taste of Portugal Portugal is a vibrant country that’s full of life. It has old-fashioned villages and bustling cities. You’ll meet countless locals who will be eager to share their love of history, food, and fun. It’s no surprise that street festivals are commonplace in Portugal. The streets fill with…

What is Ginjinha

Ginjinha Liqueur Ginjinha is a Portuguese liqueur. This sweet liqueur is made of cherry. Why do we have this name? Because this infusing has a unique cherry, which Portuguese name is Ginja (Prunus cerasus austera, Morello cherry). In Portuguese, Ginjinha is the diminutive name. That is a sour cherry. Ginja Liqueur’s History This liqueur was…