Category Archives: Portugal
There are so many more stunning schools in Europe than Oxford.
This architectural style reached new heights in this coastal country.
Basílio Horta: Sintra is a municipality with a promising future and with a deep concern for future generations; Tzvetozar Vincent Iolov; The Mayor
Interview with Basílio Horta, Mayor of Sintra…
Quinta da Regaleira, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Portugal, is a breathtaking destination designed by Italian architect Luigi Manini.
A special TOPHOTELDEVELOPMENT story looking at Portugal – a country that ranks highly among leading private and corporate hotel investors.
In Portugal, the beaches are dramatic, the wine is cheap, and the cities are buzzing all night long—but casual travelers might not realize that just off the beaten path, there are quaint little villages and fortified hilltop towns that seem frozen in time.
Portugal is famed for its golden sandy beaches, hidden coves and monumental castles. From its sloped cities to dense forest, here are 20 famous landmarks in Portugal to see. So, grab a pastéis de nata (Portuguese custard tart) and plan your next getaway. 20 Incredible Landmarks in Portugal Landmarks in Lisbon 1- Torre de Belem Torre de Belem is one of the most famous landmarks in Portugal. The Torre de Belem, or Belem Tower, was built in the early 1500s and became a world heritage site in 1983. Photographing this Lisbon landmarks is one of the top things to do
“This forest is something I’ve never experienced before.”
Are you wondering what are the best things to do in Coimbra? Not sure if it’s worth visiting as a day trip from Porto or Lisbon? Read further, and find…
At the heart of Sintra’s Quinta da Regaleira, a breath-taking initiation well celebrates Portugal’s unique historical connection to the mysterious Knights Templar.
Located an hour and a half from Lisbon, Alentejo’s rustically elegant red wines and refreshingly crisp white wines have long been the favorite among the Portuguese. Widely available in the United States at prices too good to believe, it is time to discover Alentejo.
The oldest leading universities in Europe are not only characterized by education but also cultural and feature high national history. This beautiful and unique architectural touch is an indisputable feature when mentioning these universities.
There are many fascinating things to do in Lisbon, though don’t miss these five highlights. You’ll be disappointed if you do!
Porto lies on the coast in northwest Portugal and is rightfully famous for its port wine production, but the city is also known for beautiful architecture, delicious food and lovely, nearby beaches.