Processions with enactments of various Bible scenes, a cod funeral, carol singing and a sea of almonds. That’s Easter in Portugal in a nutshell for you. But what does it actually look like? How is Easter celebrated in Portugal? We’re all about that today.
The west of Europe can be a saving grace in the cold and dreadful months of winter. How does Portugal, and Porto in particular, fare in this period? Can you enjoy a nice warm holiday in Porto in winter? We’ll go over exactly that today.
Whether you’re an angsty young lad (or lass) going to Lisbon or Porto on a school trip, with your parents or friends, you may be wondering whether you’re old enough to drink legally. What is the legal drinking age in Portugal? How old do you have to be to legally buy and drink alcohol? We’ll go over that forbidden knowledge today.
What is Europe’s westernmost mainland point? Can you actually get to it and stand at the very edge of a continent? We’ll go over that and more today.
Winter holidays are one of those things that sound off only if you don’t actually think about it. As long as the destination in question is a warm one, you can totally combine a break from the grey cold monotony with an actual exploration of a new place. Is Lisbon one of those places too? Can you go to Lisbon in winter and should you? How warm is it? All of that in today’s article.
Though Portugal is a beautiful land, it does not manage to escape the invariable fate of every and all today – our beloved capitalism. And so, if you were ever thinking of moving to Portugal or you’re just seeking an excuse to compare your earnings with another, then we’ll go over Portugal’s earnings for you. What is the minimum wage and the average salaries in Portugal?
Whether you’re going for a short trip or a longer holiday, chances are you’ll not return to Portugal right away. As such, to make the trip count, you should stock up on whatever you would like to bring back home on that very trip. But what would that be? What should you buy in Portugal? What souvenirs should you bring back home? We’ll try to help you with that today.
The Portuguese believe they have the best coffee in the world. And, frankly? They may have a point. And not just any single coffee, as Portugal has a great variety of coffees that they offer. Would you like to order some but you’re not quite an expert yet? Don’t worry, we’ll guide you.
Porto is one of the most beautiful cities in Portugal, but also one of the larger ones. As such, how many days do you need to truly experience Porto? Can you explore it in a day or two? We’ll go over exactly that in today’s post.