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Golegã is the Portuguese city outside Lisbon known for its horsemanship. Held since the 16th century, every year in November the town hosts a 10 days festivity known as Feira do Cavalo, where games, jumping shows, races and demonstrations with horses are offered. Riders and breeders come from all over the place to take part in the event, that is also rich for its entertainment, food and the celebration of São Martinho. Read more →


Manjar do Marques is a restaurant just outside the Pombal exit in the highway connecting Porto and Lisbon, A1. It's famous for serving the typical Portuguese tomato rice always fresh made. Costumers pay for the great appetizers like pataniscas, bolinhos de bacalhau or petinga and the rice is all-you-can-eat. The deserts are delicious and the waiters carrying big rice pots always pay attention to your dish to keep it served. Read more →


Traveling is a wonderful privilege with so many benefits. When we travel, we improve our communication and social skills as we adapt to new surroundings. Traveling helps break you out of a rut and re-sets the mind to being presentin the moment. The activities we engage in while traveling are... Read more →


Azores Airlines has a sale on round trip flights from Boston to Funchal, Madeira, starting at $499 round trip (including tax). Book by July 31st to fly from Boston to Madeira – via the Azores and discover Europe’s “Leading Island Destination,” according to the recent World Travel Awards.  Read more →


Portugal won for the second time in a row the Best European Destination title attributed by the World Travel Awards. The country took home 36 awards total, given to Lisbon as the best City Destination, Madeira as the best Island Destination and the public tourism office as the Best Official Tourism Bureau of the year, amongst other. Read more →


Comporta comes 2nd in the Top Ten selection of Condé Nast’s Traveller magazine for best holiday destination in August. Looking for the best sunshine around the world not crowded by tourists, the magazine refers to Comporta as "a region of golden-sand stretches of beach, of rice paddies, canals and fields bulging with organic courgettes" Read more →