The Azores, a Portuguese archipelago made out of nine volcanic islands, is situated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Because they are so remote and far from the mainland, tourism hasn’t reached massive proportions and the nature there is unspoiled.
What better when relaxing in the Portuguese sun than a nice cold brew? The Portuguese take drinking at a casual level, often drinking beer from small bottles, ‘garrafas’, or draught beer by the half-pint or smaller, known as ‘imperial’ or ‘fino’.
Can you imagine what Lisbon will be like in a few years' time? How will the city evolve and what will it become? The "Futures of Lisbon" exhibition has a simple and singular purpose: to sow doubt, to raise questions and to encourage reflection about what’s in store for the Portuguese capital.
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.