The hills of Sintra, located in Portugal, are known for their breathtaking and mysterious landscapes and rich history. Sintra is also a UNESCO World Heritage site with a wide variety of trails that are worth discovering. Paths that take you through the historical centre, up the mountain or along the coast, and through little villages. There are many options, with different distances, for all kinds of groups. Get to know some ideas for your walk-in Sintra!
Portugal is a fantastic gastronomic destination. Those who visit the country are amazed by the typical dishes, delicious desserts, and pastries. But it's not just about the food, there are unforgettable places and landscapes worth visiting.
There are many fun and enjoyable activities that people like to do on New Year's Eve. Whether you want to stay home with family or friends or go out for fun, there are options for everyone. We'll tell you more about our recommendations, but before the party: reflect on the past year and set goals for the new one.
World Travel Awards, Reader's Choice Awards from Condé Nast Traveler, European Enterprise Promotion Awards, and Country Brand Awards: what do these tourism awards have in common?
Each one has been awarded to Portugal at least once, not to mention the dozens of other awards that our country has received from 2009 up to the present day.
September is here, and with it comes the end of summer’s bittersweet farewell. After a spectacular vacation season, routines are coming back and soon the cold days will arrive. But before they are here, we have an invitation for you: how about saying goodbye to the summer season with a nice swim? We leave you some suggestions for the last dive of the summer of 2022.
We've talked a lot about Lisbon, but there is so much to say about one of the most fascinating European capitals.
Lisbon is a relatively small city compared to most big capitals, which gives it a friendly and welcoming dimension and softens the impersonal side of the big cities.
It has an intense white light and is bathed by the Tagus, one of the rivers with the broadest estuary in Europe (yes, it looks like the sea!), making it ideal for relaxing on long walks along its banks.