1. Cascais Cascais is a beautiful fishing village just a 30 minute train journey away. The train tickets are not expensive which makes it a very good option for a sunny afternoon out with friends or family! The centre of Cascais itself is very charming and there are many bars, restaurants, gift shops and museums
The hidden jewel: Never has the phrase hidden gem been more appropriate than when describing this wonderful piece of Sintra’s eclectic history. Just a short walk from the historic centre of the town, the Quinta da Regaleira is not your average country house. Built as it stands today by the equally eclectic Brazilian entomologist António
Are you looking to discover ‘true’ Lisbon? If so, you have come to the right place without tours! Here are our top 4 recommended tours to help you Discover Lisbon during summer 2018! Sintra Tour A mystical fairy-tale, 40 minutes from Lisbon. Immerse yourself in the mystery and fantasy of one of the most
I have always strongly believed that aside from visiting a country and exploring its history, another great way to feel immersed in the country’s culture is through its music. This is a different and perhaps more abstract, yet very real, way to understand the mindset of the native people and the cultural identity of the
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Pastel de nata is a portuguese tart egg pastry that can be found in almost every corner in Portugal. Crispy on the outside, sweet and creamy on the inside the pastel de nata is an absolute must for a traveler’s experience to try this local treasure.