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Portugal's culinary landscape goes far beyond the iconic Pastel de Nata and Bacalhau. Exploring the off-the-beaten-path foods offers a glimpse into the diverse and authentic flavors that define this culinary destination. So, step away from the tourist hubs, embrace the local recommendations, and embark on a culinary adventure that will undoubtedly leave your taste buds craving more. Read more →


These are just a few of the many off the radar destinations in Portugal worth exploring. By following these tips, you can enjoy Portugal while supporting sustainable tourism and minimizing your impact on the environment and local communities. Read more →


Portugal is known for its excellent wines from the Douro and Lisbon. But, there are many wine regions to explore. Here are some of the lesser-known Portuguese wine regions you can discover! Portugal is known for its excellent wines, and there are many lesser-known wine regions to explore. Here are... Read more →


Évora, the main city of Portugal’s Alentejo, has been named the European Capital of Culture 2027. As a result, Évora will offer a series of cultural events for the year of 2027. The award is based on a criteria of cultural and artistic content to be presented and the participation of the local population in the project. The  European Capital of Culture is an initiative that focuses on the creative economy at the heart of European cities with EU support for a yearlong celebration of the arts and culture. Read more →