Portuguese culture

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5 famous castles to visit in Portugal

Autumn 2020 is just around the corner and there is no better time than this time of year to discover the history of Portugal. The cool weather and the bare ground create the perfect setting to visit the ancient architectural wonders on offer in the country.
Learn more about Valentine's Day / Pixabay

Valentine’s Day history and curiosities

Around the world, Valentine’s Day is celebrated on the 14th of February. Even though this festive day is now viewed as a pop culture festivity, deeply intertwined with consumerism, it has a historical background that most people don’t know about.
Try the best seafood in Portugal / Unsplash

Best places to eat seafood in Portugal

Portugal is a great destination for foodies, especially seafood lovers. The Portuguese coast supplies some of the freshest fish and seafood in the world and fish is the star of many dishes in the country’s gastronomical scene (surely you have heard about “Bacalhau”).
View of Lisbon / Flickr

8 musts for being a true “Lisboeta”

We have the key to turn you into a true Lisboeta. You will mingle, speak and act like a true local, in your new life in Lisbon, so just pay attention to us. These are the 8 essentials you need to know: 1. Dinner isn’t served before 8 p.m.
Include these exhibitions in your 2019 must see list / Pixabay

7 art exhibitions you can’t miss in 2019

A new year has started and we are here to make sure you have a full cultural agenda to get you going on the first few months of the year. Form Lisbon to Braga, from paintings to photographs, we are here to bring you some info about 7 must see exhibitions, from January to April.
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