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Surfing in Portugal: The Complete Guide

In Portugal, the surfing competition started in 1977 at Ribeira d’Ilhas in Ericeira. It later became popular in the 1990s, and since then, it’s...

Best Music Festivals in Portugal

Each year, Portugal hosts some of the world’s greatest music festivals. In these festivals, the participants enjoy both the music and the terrific environment...

What to Do and Where to Go at Christmas in Lisbon

Spending Christmas in Lisbon is a special experience. There are plenty of activities to do throughout the Portuguese capital. The timeline in Portugal, however,...

Is It Not Enough to Just Listen to Fado? Why Not Explore Its History...

The Museu do Fado is one of the must-visit places in Lisbon. Other than speaking to one of the area's most significant social heritages,...

Pave Your Way Through The City: Let’s Explore All Parts of Lisbon On Foot!

The two top approaches to discover Lisbon are riding the renowned yellow cable cars thundering through the fundamental neighborhoods, or roaming the streets and...

Web Summit Lisbon: A Success Story

The Web Summit has grown from a local event for a few hundred visitors to a global institution in less than ten years. As...

Lisbon Oceanarium: A Tourist Favourite

Oceanário de Lisboa (Lisbon Oceanarium) is a very popular tourist attraction. The capital of Portugal has no shortage of attractions. Still, Lisbon Oceanarium finds...

Praça do Comércio Facts

Praça do Comércio means “Trading Square” and as you might expect from the name, it is the host of many historical trading centers. Praça do...

Rossio Square, Lisbon

Like many European cities, Lisbon has a central square where you can join the crowd of people and drink slightly expensive coffee: Praça de...

Mercado de Santa Clara

“Mercado de Santa Clara” is a flea market where you can find anything from antiques to fresh vegetables. If you get lucky, you can...