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  • 3 Unique Things You Must Do When You Visit Portugal

    Visiting Portugal in summer will allow you to experience the country in a unique way, especially if you’re looking to enjoy the many beaches that pepper the coast from north to south! But, no matter what time of year you visit, Portugal always has something for everyone. There are so many things to see and do and you won’t lack for anything – and you’ll never find yourself bored! Continue reading…

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    Lisbon in June: Festivities of Saint Anthony

    The first day of June marks the beginning of the festivities in Lisbon, in which everyone comes together to celebrate Lisbon’s favourite saint: Saint Anthony. Born in Lisbon in 1195, Saint Anthony is a much-loved, respected saint. During the celebrations in his name, the scent of grilled sardines and basil fills the streets, alongside with the parades and the wonderful music.

    Throughout the month, you can participate in the many events all over Lisbon. As the Ibero-American Capital of Culture in 2017, Lisbon will include a diverse celebration that combines both Portuguese and Latin-American cultures.

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    Useful Words You Should Know When You Visit

    We’ve previously provided a list of expressions you need to know when you visit Portugal – and some of them are a bit strange – but now we’re looking at useful words and phrases you should definitely know when you come to Portugal. Sure, most people will understand English, but why not try out your hand at Portuguese and make the locals happy that you tried? Continue reading…

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    Why You Should Visit Portugal in Summer

    We have already looked at the reasons why Portugal is the place to visit in 2017 – now we’re showing you why you should visit this fantastic country this summer! It’s not just the amazing beaches, although we know this is a big deciding factor when choosing a summer holiday, but also the fantastic food and drinks, the beautiful landscapes, the adrenaline-filled outdoor adventures, and much, much more. Continue reading…

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    Top 2017 Best Beaches in Portugal

    With summer quickly approaching, Portugal is already experiencing wonderful weather. With the beach season already kicking off, knowing where to visit to experience Portugal’s best beaches can be tricky. TripAdvisor has composed a list so that you can choose your ideal beach destination.

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    Why You Should Cruise Along the Douro River

    If you’re looking for a relaxing experience where you can just sit back and enjoy both the manmade and the natural beauty of Porto and its surrounding locations, then a cruise on the Douro River is right up your alley! You can choose from day trips to cruises that last for days and enjoy the magnificence of the third-longest river in the Iberian Peninsula. Continue reading…

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    Top 2 Portuguese Wines

    Wine is a premier product that delights taste buds worldwide. However, Portugal is not typically the first name on people’s lips when it comes to the best country in the world to source wine from. Yet it has consistently been rising in prominence in the wine community in the past few years, creating many bouquets that delight the senses.

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    The Most Famous Castles in Portugal (Part 2)

    Portugal has many imposing and stunning castles that have stood the test of time for centuries. Part 1 of this series focused on São Jorge Castle, Castle of Bragança, and Castle of Marvão, and this second part will explore a few more from North to South.

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    The Wildlife of Portugal (Infographic)

    Portugal is a relatively small country with an area of only 92,212 km2 – however, the country is rich in natural areas, having many national parks, nature parks, natural reserves and protected landscapes you can enjoy. An abundant and diverse animal life makes these beautiful areas their home. Continue reading…

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