20 Cities in Portugal for Sustainable Cultural Tourism

Looking for tips on Portuguese cities to visit next? Read about these 20 cities in Portugal for sustainable cultural tourism.

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Web Summit 2019: It’s Time We Move On from “Like a Local” Travel

If there is one good thing I always get out of the Web Summit (besides the extra workout!) is that it always pays off to weed through the fluff of startups.

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35 Azores Festivals and Cultural Events to Add to Your Calendar

The archipelago is famous for its green pastures and cows. But these 35 Azores festivals and cultural events are also good reasons to visit the islands.

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5th Pedras Negras Writers Meet-Up: the (ever-present) weight of the island

We talked openly about writing, the challenges of publishing, the pains of being an islander, and how it all magnifies and shapes who we are as artists.

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Fantasporto 2019: Out of this World (No, Seriously)

All you need to know about Fantasporto 2019 (and whether two “cachorrinhos” is one two many before a busy afternoon of movie screenings).

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Cultural Tourism Destinations: Where to go for Cultural Tourism in 2019

This start-of-the-year blog post has become a classic on Tripper. Find out where to go for cultural tourism in 2019 and the main events happening there.

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Web Summit Lisbon 2018: Sustainable Travel Is Still Seen As a Trend (Unfortunately)

I met with four travel startups at the Web Summit 2018 with products and services I would use. Read on to find out which ones and why.

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Win a coloring book with original illustrations by Azorean artists

Enter to win! I’m giving away a copy of the first edition of “Ilustrar A├žores”, a coloring book published by MiratecArts with illustrations by Azorean artists.

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On the city as we (don’t) know it, TEMA, documentary photography, and “abatanados” disguised as double espressos

I talked to Bruno Castro about TEMA magazine’s upcoming issue on post-urban, Lisbon, and what he thinks of his city as it is, as it was, and as it will be.

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Of nature and art: Azores Fringe Festival 2018

On sustainable cultural tourism, the democratization of art, and the Azores Fringe Festival – the only truly democratic cultural event that happens on all nine islands of the Azores once a year.

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