Are you fully prepared for your trip to Lisbon? Read our top 15 tips to make sure you are ready to make the most of your time! Tip 1: Embrace the local culture The first and most important tip is to live, eat and breathe Portuguese; make the Portuguese culture a part of your own!
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In the world of sparkling wine, French ‘Champagne,’ is the only variety in the world legally permitted to use that terminology, and is seen as the benchmark of quality. However, the Portuguese version known as Espumante, has long been considered a delicacy in Portugal and is beginning to make waves on the international stage, as