At the very mention of Portugal, it’s hard not to think of the sun, the sea, good food, wine, happy people, surfing, and adventure. It is one of the top destinations to visit in Europe. If you are planning a trip to Portugal anytime soon, it's
Our friends Maria and Rui from the blog Two Find a Way recently spent a few days in Guincho, Portugal with Eurocamp Holidays. Today, they are sharing the experiences they had and giving us expert local tips on how to explore the best of the area.
This is a guest post by Alexandra, travel blogger at Hortense Travel.
One day I woke up, as usual, turned on the WiFi on my iPhone, got up with my phone in my hand. I reached the bathroom always looking at my phone and began brushing
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Lisbon has something for everyone, no matter whether they desire to learn about Renaissance history or take advantage of the flourishing club scene. With Lisbon being so stimulating, many travelers fail to take advantage of the equally interesting sites that are
Bordering the Atlantic Ocean on the most southern tip of Portugal is the area known as the Algarve. Renowned as a tourist destination since the 1960's, this area is home to magnificent seaside views and breathtaking landscapes. As a popular tourist destination, the Algarve is
The series “Holiday like a local in…” aims to show you a destination through the eyes of locals living in any European city. Discovering a place’s hidden spots, the things that are not included in any guide book, and the charming cafes with amazing views
One particularly fun thing to do in Lisbon is to explore the sprawling attractions of its old neighbourhoods. Wander along the old streets, stop by for a seafood dish and try the delicious pasteis de nata (egg tarts), take lots of photos and perhaps also