There are various means of transport connecting Fátima to the rest of the country, but many people prefer to walk, guided by their faith, in fulfilment of pledges, in search of spirituality or simply for the satisfaction of walking as a way of (...)
Marie Chouinard brings her latest piece The Garden of Delights to the Cultural Center of Belém, Lisbon, on May 18 and 19, 2018.
From the Garden of Delights by Bosch, Chouinard proceeds to a virtuous reading of painting, in which the history of (...)
Gourmets delight in the many traditional recipes of Azorean cuisine. Here, fish and seafood abound, so those who appreciate a delicious fish straight from the sea will find a paradise in the Azores.Grilled, in bouillabaisses or soups, fish is cooked (...)
The heart of Lisbon - From the Praça do Comércio to the Praça do Rossio
This route takes you through the Pombaline downtown, the zone of Lisbon that was reborn in the 18th century after the devastating earthquake of 1755. It was rebuilt according to an original layout as can be easily observed. Begin in the Praça do (...)
Over 200 years old, the string of Napoleonic Wars forts known as the Linhas de Torres at Torres Vedras are the visible remains of the struggle between the Portuguese and the French for sovereignty that occurred at the beginning of the XIXth (...)
Corvo, considered by UNESCO to be a World Biosphere Reserve, forms, together with the island of Flores, the Western Group of the Azores archipelago. Its origins are volcanic, and it is the smallest of the nine islands, with an area of only (...)
The medieval stone cross that can be seen in the Archeological Museum of the town is related to the legend of the Cockerel of BarcelosAccording to the legend, the inhabitants of Barcelos were very disturbed by a crime who’s author had not been (...)
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