Make room on your phone for these five travel apps. They are essential while planning a flight or hosting your next adventure.
Dornes seems to have been taken from any Game of Thrones scenario, but this village is very Portuguese and was voted one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal. Take a look at this story and get inspired by the images to travel there.
Imagine one of the largest caves in Southeast Asia full of color. This is Goa Gong, in Java, Indonesia.
In Portugal, there is the largest oriental garden in Europe. The Bacalhôa Buddha Eden is filled with Buddhas, pagodas and terracotta warriors ready to be discovered.
Whether you’re a beach lover, ready to learn surfing for the first time, or a really wave expert, there’s a place in the world that’s perfect for you! See this list of countries to surf and choose your next trip.
If you want to get to know a country, try visiting a place frequented by locals. It was this that made me visit a market in Java. An incredible experience, where I fell in love a bit more with the Indonesian people.
I know sometimes taking everything we want in the travel necessaire can be a big challenge. Like “how many people can we fit inside a Mini”. In this post I show you how I can carry almost two dozen products in my little bag.
Is there any dish more “instagrammable” than a bowl full of color?! In this new place in Ericeira, you won’t resist taking a photo before the first spoonful! Write down the name: Nalu Bowls!
If traveling to Italy is in your plans, know that now there is a new travel app that allows you to have free wifi in several cities.
If you can’t stand the confusion of Costa da Caparica or the exorbitant prices in Algarve, the beaches in Alentejo may well be the ideal option in the summer months. And you don’t even have to go far from Lisbon.