The International Sea Urchin Festival has brought to Ericeira, Portugal, renowned chefs who have shown how versatile and delicious this product can be. Curious? Check out the post!
Airbnb has already done the math, and some countries rub their hands with contentment. Find out here the top destinations in Europe this Easter.
I knew the wines and decided to go see the property. Located in the heart of the Alentejo region, Portugal, I traveled to the Herdade dos Grous to taste their wines and see how they are made.
You know her from television and magazine covers, but what you may not know is that Joana Duarte is a tireless traveler. In a very relaxed conversation, the Portuguese actress and model opened her passport and shared with me some of her best (and worst) travel memories.
Another edition of Lisbon Restaurant Week, in Portugal, and another restaurant tested. This year the choice fell on Fora de Pé, in Cascais.
Think of the strangest dish you’ve never ever thought of trying. Now know that there are travelers who have done so and survived to tell the story. I’ve challenged fellow travel bloggers to share their most incredible culinary experiences. Get ready… you’ll need to have the right stomach for what you’re about to read!
Sagres is one of the most beautiful places in southern Portugal. Facing the sea and the surf, there are other attractions worthy of a visit.
Love is in the air! And to celebrate Valentine’s Day, I bring you six romantic destinations in Portugal that will conquer you from the first moment.
Are you a Dinosaur fan? Dino Park, in Lourinhã, has just opened its doors and is the place to go to meet the giants that populated the earth millions of years ago. No wonder this is the most significant outdoor museum in Portugal.
How about playing a game called “How Many” and choosing your next travel destination? I decided on 8 locations on the planet according to 8 colors. You don’t know the game, check out the article. If you already know… how many do you want?
It was my choice of stay during the days I spent in Aveiro. Cale do Oiro is a new hotel, full of details, where references to this Portuguese city prevailed. An excellent experience to repeat.