Lisbon Portugal is well known for being a hot spot to visit, but it’s even better as Paul Shoul discovers some of Lisbon’s best dining and museums.
A visit to the famous Douro Valley near Porto, Portugal, where the famous port wines are made. Where to dine, stay and what to see in Douro Valley.
Lisbon has definitely been discovered: it’s one of Europe’s most popular destinations. Here is a comprehensive guide to Lisbon’s attractions.
Porto and Gaia are two of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and both are home to the port wine industry. A guide to dining, touring and museums.
Alentejo is a region of Portugal famous for cork trees and beautiful scenery. It’s not a well traveled as the Algarve or Porto, but it remains a stellar spot.
A culinary trip as much as a cultural one to Portugal, which, to the writers surprise, began with a newfound appreciation of codfish, cod and bacalau.
Terceira Island in the Azores is a small island, the third of the nine in the archepelago. Staying in a boutique upscale hotel, exploring local cuisine.
Cruising the Douro River in Portugal was a great adventure. Daily excursion choices meant I could select what interested me the most
Porto Santo Island is a perfect destination for an unwinding vacation and wellness improvement. The beaches and gardens allow you to unwind.
Portugal’s second city, Porto, on the Douro river in the north, has a wealth of attractions, from cable cars, to ruby port to the Ribeiro, the riverside area.
Milfontes, Portugal, a seaside resort town with superb views and comfy accommodations at the Selina Hotel. Tips on visiting this coastal town and surroundings.
Portugal is planning a great come back from the COVID pandemic, hotels are sanitizing, new cleaning protocols are in place and they are open for tourists again.