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  • Exploring Portugal by Bike

    Exploring Portugal by Bike

    Portugal has become an emerging a destination for cyclists due to a variety of reasons: Proximity to the US; Diverse landscapes; Mild climate; Quiet roads; Great food and reasonable prices.

  • New Series of World Heritage Guide Books Explores Portugal

    Portugal’s World Heritage Sites are the focus of a new World Heritage Guide Book series with a focus on Lisbon, Sintra, Évora and Elvas. The series is part of an

  • Motorcycle touring in Portugal (yes Portugal)

    Motorcycle touring in Portugal (yes Portugal)

    Portugal, with its winding seashore, is no stranger to the comings and goings of ships throughout history. This helps explain Portugal’s own openness to travelers, and to the world itself,

  • Newsletter – August 2016 | 100 years since the Apparitions of Fatima

    Newsletter – August 2016 | 100 years since the Apparitions of Fatima

    Located in west central Portugal, Fátima, in the region of Leiria, is known all over the world as one of the most important – and visited – religious sites. The

  • Monastery of Alcobaça will have a Luxury Hotel

    Monastery of Alcobaça will have a Luxury Hotel

    Four years from now, the Alcobacences – people for Alcobaça – will wake up with a different view of their local monument. A part of the Monastery of Alcobaça, which started

  • Distraught French Soccer fan invited to Portugal; Search Launched to find him

    Distraught French Soccer fan invited to Portugal; Search Launched to find him

    The world was moved this past weekend when a little boy in a Portuguese soccer jersey, was filmed comforting a distraught French fan after Portugal had beat France to win

  • Newsletter – July 2016 | The life of Fado outside Lisbon

    Newsletter – July 2016 | The life of Fado outside Lisbon

    “Silence… We are going to sing the Fado!” Portugal is Fado and Fado is Portugal. From the Latin fatum – fate – this world heritage music genre has no parallel.

  • Praia de Mira is the most awarded “Blue Flag” beach in the world

    Praia de Mira is the most awarded “Blue Flag” beach in the world

    Praia de Mira (Centro) is the first beach in the world to be awarded the Blue Flag for 30 years in a row. With the first recognition back in 1987,

  • The new challenge: to climb Porto’s Ponte da Arrábida

    The new challenge: to climb Porto’s Ponte da Arrábida

    Starting Friday, June 24th the adventurous have a challenge in Porto: to visit the arch of Ponte da Arrábida – that connects Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia. This will be

  • Beaches in Torres Vedras now have signage for the colorblind, first in the world

    Beaches in Torres Vedras now have signage for the colorblind, first in the world

    Twelve of Torres Vedras’ beaches are the first in the world to have a signage system for colorblind swimmers. Developed by the Portuguese company ColorAdd, the recycling and trash containers, as