There’s a new millionaire in Portugal, just 3 days before the celebration of May 13th, the commemoration of the first apparition.
Ready to face your demons? They are waiting for you in Montalegre.
Leitão assado à Bairrada, Bairrada roast suckling pig is one of the best-known regional dishes in Portugal, and was named one of the 7 Culinary Wonders of Portugal.
Golegã is the horse capital in Portugal. It is set in the heart of the Ribatejo region – which is horse country, about 90 minutes east of Lisbon.
Do you know the Marquis of the Pigeon House, the Stolen Sir or the Go Meat stations? They are all part of the new Lisbon subway map! Well…that’s not really true or new...
Bacalhau à Lagareiro, Cod in Olive Oil, comes from the Centro Region of Portugal.
Picture this scenery: you’re with a Portuguese friend or in a restaurant, in Porto, and you are not sure what to visit. The other person picks up a pen and a napkin and starts sketching a plan for you. Will the route include Torre dos Clérigos and Livraria Lello? Sure. But Porto is (and has) far more than that!
Nope, not really. The Portuguese coat of arms is one of the oldest national symbols in Europe. It is a shield of smaller blue shields framed by castles and a globe. But the flag is a century old. Well, almost...
What does Eusébio have in common with José Rodrigues dos Santos? Or José Mourinho with the City of Fátima? Well… They are together in the same place. These are the news: Portugal has a new museum, the NewsMuseum. Confused? We will spell it out for you.
At the height of Jewish culture in Portugal there were more than 150 Jewish communities throughout the nation. Every major town, village and port had a Judiaria (Jewish quarter) with its own institutions and places of worship