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    Due to its location on the tip of Europe, Portugal has several miles of coastal areas, each different and beautiful in its own way. From the beautiful waves that sculpt the cliffs up north and west to the long sand...

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    2020 will go down in history as the year that changed and shaped the future of the world as we know it. And the same goes for the tourism industry, of course. The beginning of this new decade saw the rise of the...

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    Portugal has been hitting the news worldwide following the opening of the largest suspended pedestrian bridge in the world, in Arouca.

    But the country has long been subject to the charms of this UNESCO Geopark, known...

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    Come February and all the talking on Valentine’s day begins. A celebration of love that can be with both small tokens of affection or by sharing unique heart-warming experiences.

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    Lisbon and Porto are the two main cities in Portugal, both worth staying in for at least two nights, since there is plenty to see and do. From getting involved in the vibrant city life, exploring the different...

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    Some would say the best time to visit Portugal is Spring (March-May) or early Fall (September-October), when the winter rainy season is avoided, and temperatures will be milder. Swimming is still possible in the...

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    Porto is the second biggest city in Portugal, nested in the Douro River bay, in the northern part of the country. The renowned Port wine gave worldwide fame to this beautiful location, placing in on the map a long...

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    Portugal managed to sidestep the worst of the pandemic. Mainland Portugal, Azores and Madeira lockdown is over; new reported cases of COVID-19 are low. Businesses remain cautious, but almost all hotels, shops,...

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