With the arrival of autumn and the cooler days, plans involving gastronomic destinations are more and more desired. If these getaways include cheese, one of the best products to come from the portuguese kitchen, then even better.
For the first time, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has awarded a distinction to the destination in the world that best promotes accessibility for disabled people and Portugal was the only country that won the award, awarded in collaboration with the ONCE Foundation.
In Portugal there are 17 sites officially classified as World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The Bom Jesus de Braga and the Palácio de Mafra are the newcomers to the list in 2019, only being added on 7th July.
Summer can be a bit of a nightmare when it comes to tourist hot spots. Every place is crowded, filled with visitors looking for the most famous places in Portugal where they can take the perfect Instagram picture.
The heat is on... instead of complaining, why not pack your suitcase and make the most of it by discovering Portugal's best beaches? It’s difficult to decide where because there are so many options of beautiful and special beaches, bathed by the cool waters of the Atlantic.