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Portugal is a country that is full of charm, with its stunning coastline, rich culture, and delicious cuisine. From the historic streets of Lisbon to the colorful neighborhoods of Porto, and the sun-kissed beaches of Faro, Portugal is a travel destination that promises to enchant and delight visitors of all ages. Whether you’re sampling fresh seafood, wandering through medieval castles, or simply soaking up the sun on a sandy beach, Portugal has something for everyone. So pack your bags, grab a glass of port wine, and get ready to discover the magic of this beautiful and captivating country!

Is Portugal is Europe’s best-kept culinary secret? Find out the essential things to eat in Lisbon to properly taste Portuguese cuisine.
There are plenty of reasons to discover Portugal’s two most popular regions anytime, but the trend now is to go…during the winter. And here’s why.
There’s nothing more liberating than escaping the everyday on a Portugal road trip.
9 breakfast pastries you must try across Europe from the classic croissant in Paris to the decadent brioche and gelato in Palermo.
Time Out Market, also known as the Mercado da Ribeira, is a fine dining food hall filled with Lisbon’s best food and drinks.
Fado is Lisbon’s version of the blues and Senhor Vinho is known as one of the best places to hear this music live.
Marie-Ève, Air Transat Flight attendant, visits David Moore’s surf school to include a decidedly chill villa where surfers of any and all expertise can stay for a week and take lessons, eat, relax and do yoga together.
For great drinks, a bite to eat and a lively night out on the town, there’s no better area of Lisbon than Bairro Alto.
Pastel de nata (or Pastéis de nata when plural) is the egg tart that you’ll find served all over Lisbon, Portugal.