Easter 2021 is around the corner and with it comes another amazing time of the year, when families traditionally get together to celebrate and, of course, to eat. Due to the coronavirus outbreak and continued restrictions, this year may be a little different with smaller celebrations.
The Douro region in Portugal, or the “Enchanted Valley” as it is known, has incredible sights, amazing vineyards and wonderful “quintas” where you can relax, taste some delicious wine and food, and learn more about the area.
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.
Autumn, with its shorter days and cooler temperatures, is well and truly here, but with Portugal's pleasant climate at this time of the year, there is no better time and place for a weekend getaway or city break.
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.