A rich history elevates Portugal to a high pedestal, because this means that tourists will have interesting excursions to historical places, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In addition, Portugal has unspoiled nature, olive groves, spiky fields, vineyards and picturesque hills.
It is often said that Portugal is not like any other European country. And there is not a bit of exaggeration in this. Portugal retains the charm of innocence and at the same time its tourist areas represent a real fairy tale – first-class service and luxury hotels were appreciated by tourists. Portugal is silence and modernity, harmoniously woven together. The Portuguese coasts are similar to the coasts of a desert island and at the same time there are so many happy holidaymakers. Where else will you find such a rare combination of opposites? Continue reading
Porto is the northern capital of Portugal. A special city with a unique atmosphere and amazing architecture. Walk through the streets of the old city, see all the most unusual buildings, try port – our list of 10 things that you should devote time to Port.
1. MEET LOCAL KITCHEN
What, if not the kitchen, will best introduce you to a new place? In the case of Porto, of course, port comes first. In any cafe or shop you will find this wonderful drink. Continue reading
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