Things to do at Christmas in Lisbon and the surrounding area
Every year in the capital of Portugal more and more Christmas and New Year events are held, including fairs, concerts, enchanting shows for children and adults. The end of 2019…

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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…

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Mafra Palace
Mafra Palace is one of the most ambitious palace-monuments in Europe. The palace was built in the Baroque style by the King of Portugal, Juan V. At that time he…

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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

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

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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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…

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The whole truth about the climate of Portugal
The encyclopedias indicate that continental Portugal (do not forget about Madeira and the Azores) is located in a subtropical climate zone. However, this information does not give an unambiguous answer…

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