The Douro Valley in Portugal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a highlight of any visit to Portugal. The area is most famous for its port and vinho verde (green wine) which is produced there, as well as a spectacular landscape and beautiful architecture.
If you really want to embrace a true Portuguese lifestyle, your days must start with a trip to the nearest pastelaria. This perfect mix between pastry shop, café and restaurant is a place where you can buy bread, pastries, have a cup of coffee or even eat something for lunch.
The Douro region, or the “Enchanted Valley” as it is known, has incredible sights, amazing vineyards and great “quintas” where you can relax, taste some delicious wine and food, and learn more about the area.
Standing proudly on Porto’s riverside is the latest addition to the cultural life of the city, an experience that pays homage to the main symbol of the region. That’s right, the big news of 2018 in Porto is the arrival of the new Museum of Port Wine.
You’re invited to take a virtual tour of the vineyards and specialty wines of the Iberian Peninsula. Vineyards by Christie’s International Real Estate is a programme that brings together experts and specialists in wine who know the premium properties and the best spots where for wine production in t
More and more property buyers have been purchasing a surprising new kind of typology – vineyards. Demand for vineyards has shot up in the past few years as more lifestyle buyers and wine connoisseurs buy into the romantic dream of owning and producing their own wines.
According to a report presented by CNN, "Portugal is the best kept foodie secret in Europe" and it gives 10 reasons proving it. Let’s dive in to Portuguese cuisine and find out why this country is such a gastronomical delight.