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5 top things to do with kids in Porto
5 top things to do with kids in Porto

22/05/2020

Travelling with children can be a difficult task and that’s why we decided to create the ultimate list with five museums in Porto where fun is...

Traveling in Porto with children: Santo Inácio Zoo
Traveling in Porto with children: Santo Inácio Zoo

10/05/2020

Thinking about traveling with your family to the city of Porto and don't know how to entertain your youngest children? We have a suggestion for...

Why the Portuguese rooster is so famous?
Why the Portuguese rooster is so famous?

29/04/2020

The rooster of Barcelos is one of the most popular Portuguese motifs in souvenir shops across the country. It originates from a medieval legend that...

Philoxera: The invisible plague.
Philoxera: The invisible plague.

21/03/2020

"From hunger, war and plague, deliver us Lord!" - Litany of the century. XIV.The outbreaks of plagues and epidemics began to plague the various...

3 Reasons to visit the Douro Valley with family
3 Reasons to visit the Douro Valley with family

11/02/2020

A Tour to the Douro Valley can be seen by many as a tour to avoid if you are traveling with children, as you will be thinking that it will...

The 3 best wineries in Douro Valley
The 3 best wineries in Douro Valley

06/02/2020

In the search for an ideal tour to the Douro Valley region, many people ask us which are the best wineries to visit in just 1 day. The answer is...

Visiting the Douro Valley? What you need to know...
Visiting the Douro Valley? What you need to know...

05/02/2020

The Douro Valley is the largest mountainous wine region in the world with 44 thousand hectares of vineyards and the first to be demarcated...

Douro Valley by the hands of a portuguese
Douro Valley by the hands of a portuguese

29/01/2020

The Douro Valley is a beautiful wine region of Portugal classified as World Heritage by UNESCO in 2001. The Douro river, born in Spain, sculpts the...

The Tradition Of Olive Oil In Portugal
The Tradition Of Olive Oil In Portugal

19/03/2019

Olive oil was always present in the nooks and crannies of daily life of the Portuguese: in the lamp of the poor and in the chandelier of the rich, in...

Fort of São Francisco Xavier -
Fort of São Francisco Xavier - "Cheese Castle"

12/03/2019

  A massive coastal fortress with a massive arched entrance and topped by the Portuguese coat of arms. It was surrounded by a moat and the gate had...

Dume: The days of the week
Dume: The days of the week

11/02/2019

Among other singularities of Portuguese culture, one of the aspects that most draws the attention of those who visit us is the curious nomenclature...

Cork
Cork

07/12/2018

  Cork is light, elastic, flexible, waterproof, durable and non-conductive. It’s also a thermal and acoustic insulator and can absorb chock. With...

Filigree
Filigree

07/12/2018

  Filigree is an ancient technique, known at least since antique times. It acquired great expression in the traditional Portuguese art of jewelry...

The Portuguese Tiles
The Portuguese Tiles

30/11/2018

  Those who visit Portugal can’t forget the azulejos, those little ceramic tiles that fill our cities with color and light. Azulejos were...

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