Thermal Resorts of Portugal
In Portugal, there are dozens of thermal springs, on the basis of many of which modern balneological complexes for the prevention and treatment of various diseases have been erected. A…

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What to do in Cascais
Cascais is one of the most popular cities for day trips from Lisbon. It has many historical monuments, attractions and interesting museums. Cascais is just a short train ride from…

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Group and individual sightseeing tours to Portugal, cruises in Portugal and Spain
“Perfect vacation” - myth or reality? An ideal vacation for each person. For some, it’s carefree entertainment, for others, educational excursions, for the third, extreme adrenaline-boosting, for the fourth, a…

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Surf Camp in Ericeira, Portugal

Ericeira is a world-class surf spot with a variety of quality spots.
Certified instructors will teach you how to surf. We are always scrupulous in choosing a school – you can safely trust us.

Classes for beginners and continuing. Duration + – 2 hours. Maximum 6 students per instructor and personal feedback. For the duration of the training, you will be provided with boards and wetsuits. We will also have two theoretical lectures and training on the ground.

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WHAT TO BRING FROM PORTUGAL

1. Bakalyau (translated from Portuguese – “cod”) – the main dish of the country. Cod in Portugal has long been popular (especially among the poor), so in the local cuisine there are a huge number of different recipes for its preparation: this is bakalyau no forno (in the oven), bakalyau natash (in creamy sauce), bakalyau cakes, etc. But one thing unites them: cod must first be prepared: only dried and salted fish are present in the kitchen.

2. Caldo Verde – A traditional Portuguese green cabbage soup. It is cooked in olive oil, with potatoes, spicy sausage, served with red wine. Continue reading

Why Portugal is not for everyone

Greetings, dear readers of DOU! My name is Vadim. After reading many articles in the section on relocation, I never found a person who would write anything about Portugal. We can conclude – this is not the most popular destination for moving. It is understandable, because in the international arena the country is officially in crisis, and even one gets the feeling that this state of affairs suits her. But in fact, being on the very edge of Europe, she continues to attract expats, among whom I was. As a long-liver of this country, I will try to outline the possible causes of this phenomenon, as well as why not everyone is worth moving here. Continue reading

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Buddhist park. Characters
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What to do in Cascais
Cascais is one of the most popular cities for day trips from Lisbon. It has many historical monuments, attractions and interesting museums. Cascais is just a short train ride from…

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