The coronavirus pandemic is still very much present in our daily lives, but in order to take our minds off the rules and restrictions, as well as the chilly winter weather, we're dreaming of a sunny escape to discover some of the most beautiful islands in Portugal, Spain and Italy.
The Portuguese Algarve can be one of most touristy areas in Europe, but at the same time, it has a traditional past related to the art of fishing and is home to several quaint fishing villages and small towns.
The compulsory use of face masks in Portugal has been in place in the country since April 2020, and must be used in all public spaces, including public transport, show grounds, commercial spaces, public roads and workplaces.
When you think about Portugal, it’s not just Lisbon, Porto and the beaches of the Algarve. Portugal has so much more to offer once you get off the beaten track. Here’s a route through the most beautiful Portuguese villages that everyone must visit at least once in their life.
The boom in tourism in several cities worldwide, notably in Lisbon and Porto in Portugal, generated controversy in pre-pandemic times, due to excessive numbers of tourists and the anticipated effects of this trend on inhabitants.
With the Christmas holiday season just around the corner, it's time to get our heads around the COVID-19 rules and regulations for Portugal during the Christmas and New Year period. Like many other European countries, Portugal is set to ease its COVID-19 restrictions over the Christmas period so tha
Every major holiday in Portugal has its own seasonal dishes and sweet treats, and Christmas is certainly no different. All over Portugal, there are a wide range of traditional Portuguese Christmas dinners, dishes and desserts.