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Portugal Cooking Vacations

One week Cooking the Authentic Portuguese Food. Are you hungry for adventure? Are you starving for new experiences? If so, pack your appetite and read about these Culinary Vacations in Portugal. The Portuguese diet contains many staples of traditional Mediterranean cuisine. The eggnog cream and almonds are always presented in the Portuguese pastry. Portuguese cuisine…

Portuguese Piri-Piri Chicken

How to order Piri-Piri Chicken in Portugal The dish is called “Frango Assado com Piri-Piri.” You can buy in the supermarket or Portuguese Grill Houses (Churrascarias). That is a cheap dish — price from 5€ (take-way in the supermarket) to 25€ per person. You can read on the menu “Frango Assado” in the supermarket or restaurants….

Beaches in Portugal

What are the Best Beaches to Visit in Portugal? Portugal has more than 1700 kilometers of coastline. That is hard to select the best beaches because we have thousands of famous beaches. Each one is famous for different reasons! But, we will help you choose the best beach for your next vacation in Portugal. How…

Best Restaurants in Lisbon

These are the Best Restaurants in Lisbon! We selected the Best Restaurants in Lisbon. Don’t worry. We tested the services before, and we recommend them! Solar dos Presuntos We advise you to book your table in advance, with three floors, five rooms, and more than 200 seats. Lisbon is the best place for grilled fish,…

What To Do In Alentejo

What does Alentejo mean? In Portuguese, Alentejo means beyond the Tagus river. How far is Alentejo from Lisbon? The distance between Lisbon and Evora is 137 km (85 miles). Read more: Best Time to Visit Portugal. Where is the Alentejo? It is between the Tagus River and the Algarve. The West is the Atlantic Ocean,…

Douro Valley Tours

Douro Valley Day Trip from Porto One of the best activities to do during a trip to Portugal is a guided tour in the Douro region. At the same time, you will get the chance to enjoy some chocolate or cheese with your Port Wine. Many visitors feel disorientated when deciding which wineries to visit…

48 Hours in Porto

An expert travel guide to 48 Hours in Porto Portugal Porto is Portugal’s second city. It is a colorful town, combines tradition and modernity, and is a synonym for good food and wine! UNESCO classified this city as the Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 1996. This historic downtown has old tiled churches and rangy alleyways. That…

Things to Do in Aveiro Portugal

Where is Aveiro, Portugal? It is a small city between Coimbra and Porto. Known as the Venice of Portugal. Aveiro is surrounded by salt flats, beaches, and lagoons and dominated by the Central Canal running through the downtown. What to do in Aveiro? We select a few incredible things to do in Aveiro in one…

Bifana – Portuguese Pork Sandwich

What is Bifana? It is a traditional Portuguese Pork Sandwich. It is made with thin pork slices, but these are marinated with white wine or beer, garlic, and spices (such as black pepper, oregano, and paprika). When do the Portuguese eat bifana sandwiches? You can find this sandwich all over Portugal, but it is never…

Best Family Vacation in Portugal

Planning a Family Trip to Portugal What motivates you to go out of bed in the morning? It’s been a tough time for so many of us lately, but you know what gets me out of bed in the morning? For me, it’s my beautiful family who relies on me. Probably with you, that is…

Solo Travel in Portugal

Portugal is Perfect for Solo Travel Are you planning to travel solo in Portugal? Then, you’ve come to the right place! Travel solo in Portugal with us, but you will never go alone! Seeing the world is even easier on our tours made just for small-group. Explore Portugal and meet like-minded adventurers while you are…

6 Fantastic Things to Do in Coimbra

What To Do In Coimbra Everybody knows the Portuguese capital is Lisbon. But that is not the first capital of this old country! When was Coimbra the capital of Portugal? It all started in Guimarães, the birthplace of Portugal. Then the capital moved on to Coimbra. This city became Portugal’s capital until 1255. In that…