So you want to go to Portugal. The question now is, where to go in Portugal? It is a country filled with amazing sites. What if you are only there for a short time? What will you do? Read on for some amazing sites that you could fit into your holiday. 25th April Bridge When
Portugal is the home of carnival and each year hundreds of thousands of visitors arrive to enjoy up to ten days of riotous celebration. The roots of carnival go way back into Portuguese history and the celebration is a complex brew of Catholic tradition, folklore and political satire which gets richer as each year passes.
Portugal has long been a favourite destination for well off holidaymakers from across the globe. It enjoys what many people consider a perfect climate, with hot and dry summers melting gently into pleasant winters, and its southern Algarve resorts have long, golden beaches that are the envy of the world. Portugal has also become rightly
With a temperate climate all year round, Portugal is a popular destination and just a short hop from the UK. Thankfully, travelling is no longer a soul-destroying, fatigue inducing nightmare it once was – especially with direct flights to Portugal being so frequent and cheap. In fact, Portugal has become one of the most popular
These days, travelling is a lot easier than it used to be, thanks to the sheer number of airlines and travel companies offering low-cost luxury travel to 21st century nomads. But, while travelling is much easier now, and quicker than it has ever been before, there is a certain joy in taking the long way
Summer is nearly here and all you need to enjoy a brilliant road trip is to follow the top things to explore in Northern Portugal. Most people go to Lisbon and Algarve and often miss out on the beauties of the northern part of the country. Here are the things you need to know to