Is traveling to the Azores independently possible? In short, yes it is. From booking flights and choosing hotels to the best time to visit and what island(s) to pick, here is all you need to know about traveling to the Azores.
This post explains my selection criteria of where to go in Portugal in 2018 plus one or two considerations about events for tourism professionals. After a one-day visit to the BTL (Lisbon Tourism Fair), I must say my suggestions are 100% subjective (and a little biased).
Every year, I spend 3 days in Porto for Fantasporto. Here’s a list of must-see spots within walking distance from the film festival’s venue, Teatro Rivoli. Film sessions only start in the afternoon, so you can use your free mornings for a little sightseeing.
At this pastry class by Lisbon Cooking Academy, you will not only learn how to bake the perfect “pastel de nata”, you’ll also have plenty of room in between cracking eggs and buttering tiny cake molds to chit-chat about traditional Portuguese food and trying to guess the secret recipe of the famous “pastéis de Belém”.
Ready for the New Year? Here are 18 cultural tourism destinations to visit in 2018.
Read this list of the best Lisbon coffee shops to find out where to go to for your sugar fix. Know the history of each Lisbon cafe and where to find them.
A small, curated list of where to go souvenir shopping in Lisbon and support the local economy.
I really hate one-size-fits-all solutions when it comes to travel tips. If you have this pet peeve too, see 6 places to skip in Lisbon and where to go instead.
Web Summit is Europe’s larger Tech conference. At the 2017 edition in Lisbon, I met with startups that could shape the future of sustainable tourism.
Rule number one when choosing where to eat is to not search for a restaurant while hungry. But that’s easier said than done, right? You can take a look at my suggestions of the top five restaurants in the center of Lisbon with Portuguese food.