In Portugal, I felt like a "savage"
Finally, we moved south, towards our main goal - a house near Lagos, a town in the main resort region of the country - Alagarve. As soon as we left…

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Portugal
Portugal is a country for people who, above all, value comfort and enjoyment. Slowly strolling through the Portuguese streets, you can feel the atmosphere of France or Spain. There is…

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Last-minute tours to Portugal at any time of the year
There is an opinion that only those who want to save on travel are interested in last-minute tours. But is it really so? To find out, we conducted a survey…

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exactly the case

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

6 things to do in Madeira

Madeira is a vibrant pearl of the Atlantic, one of the oldest elite resorts in the world. Excellent conditions for a relaxed and active holiday are combined here with the rich gifts of pristine nature. Following our tips, you will explore the archipelago far and wide and return home with a baggage of positive and colorful photographs.

1. STAND ABOUT THE VOID

Take a bus or rent a car and go to the highest cape of Europe – Cape Girao. The Atlantic Ocean will be literally at your feet. The route from Funchal lies through the picturesque village of Camara de Lobos. On the way, you will meet wine cellars, an old church, banana plantations. Continue reading

Cascais, Portugal – A Guide to Landmarks and Landmarks

The charming fishing town of Cascais is located in the western part of the marvelous coast of Lisbon. This is a historic and prosperous city with magnificent buildings, carefully maintained parks and many interesting free museums.

Over the city, from which you can easily reach the magnificent sandy beaches, a vibrant atmosphere predisposes to communication. Cascais is a fantastic vacation spot where you can take an exciting day trip from Lisbon. This guide will introduce you to the wonderful resort town of Cascais, which is located in the central part of Portugal. Continue reading

7 reasons to consider Lisbon the coolest capital of Europe
The capital of Portugal is not inferior to other magnificent cities in Europe. For some reason, completely undeservedly, tourists bypass this city. Lisbon can be considered one of the pearls…

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Holidays in Portugal - an alternative to closed destinations
No matter what happens in the world, sitting at home behind closed doors is not an option for young, active, positive-minded people. They want to discover new places, meet interesting…

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We calculate the budget of a trip to Portugal: Tourist tax
Active travelers are aware that in many European cities they have to pay additional tourist fees. The cost per night in hotels varies from 0.75 to 5 euros. Depends on…

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Buddhist park. Characters
Portugal. Buddhist park. Characters When choosing tours and excursions in Portugal, you should pay attention to the Buddhist park, which was recently created. During a walk in the park, tourists…

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