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    I heart my city: Lisbon

    As part of our March cover story, we asked a selection of writers from around the globe which cities have stolen their hearts Read More»

  • Portuguese walking

    Portugal: The open road

    Follow the historic Camino Portugués route from Lisbon to the Spanish holy city of Santiago de Compostela for some classic Iberian scenery. But expect an occasional battering by the elements Read More»

  • Pena Palace, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: Turismo de Portugal

    Family travel: Lisbon

    The Portuguese capital is one of Europe’s most atmospheric cities, and with beaches, surfing breaks and romantic castles just 25 minutes away, it’s a serious alternative to the Algarve Read More»

  • Lagoon rope bridge, Portugal. Image: Rhonda Carrier

    Family travel: Portugal’s Alentejo Coast

    Abseiling, surfing and biking: adrenalin-loving families will relish burning serious energy on Portugal’s Alentejo Coast, while fuelling up on ice cream and custard tarts Read More»

  • Inside the Mercado da Ribeira, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: Audrey Gillan

    Eat: Lisbon

    The Portuguese capital might be most famous for its custard tarts and sardines, but recent years have seen a renaissance of ‘revisited’ traditional dishes that includes a newfound appreciation for… Read More»

 
 

Portugal

  • Lisbon Henry the Navitagor

    Portugal

    I heart my city: Lisbon

    As part of our March cover story, we asked a selection of writers from around the globe which cities have stolen their hearts Read More»

  • Pena Palace, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: Turismo de Portugal

    Portugal

    Family travel: Lisbon

    The Portuguese capital is one of Europe’s most atmospheric cities, and with beaches, surfing breaks… Read More»

  • Inside the Mercado da Ribeira, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: Audrey Gillan

    Portugal

    Eat: Lisbon

    The Portuguese capital might be most famous for its custard tarts and sardines, but recent… Read More»

  • Image: Audrey Gillan

    Portugal

    Eat: Eastern Algarve

    Charred sardines, fruity olive oil, garlicky clams and piri-piri chicken — the Portuguese port of… Read More»

  • Image: Corbis

    Portugal

    Eat: Alentejo

    In ‘the bread basket of Portugal’ the rustic flavours of Alentejo make full use of… Read More»

  • Portuguese walking

    Portugal

    Portugal: The open road

    Follow the historic Camino Portugués route from Lisbon to the Spanish holy city of Santiago de Compostela for some classic Iberian scenery. But expect an occasional battering by the elements Read More»

  • Lagoon rope bridge, Portugal. Image: Rhonda Carrier

    Portugal

    Family travel: Portugal’s Alentejo Coast

    Abseiling, surfing and biking: adrenalin-loving families will relish burning serious energy on Portugal’s Alentejo Coast,… Read More»

  • Santa Catarina church, Porto. Image: Getty

    Portugal

    Like a local: Porto

    Best known for its fortified wine, Porto itself is an intoxicating destination. The economic downturn… Read More»

  • Image: Slawek Kozdras

    Portugal

    City life: Lisbon

    Unashamedly optimistic, Lisbon radiates a confidence and self-assurance that sets it apart from other European… Read More»