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Gay Lisbon

The Gay Travel Guide to Lisbon

Portugal, and particularly Lisbon, has always been a fairly gay-friendly destination, but it's rarely featured as one of the "must visit" destinations. All that has begun to change, however, particularly since Portugal hosted the...
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Where does the Best Pastéis de Nata in Lisbon?

 You'll find pastéis de nata (or Portuguese custard tarts as many people have taken to calling them) in every café in Lisbon, and in Portugal. The question is: which café has the best ones?Most...
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The Digital Nomad Guide to Lisbon

A few years ago, you could count the number of digital nomads in Lisbon on one hand. These days, Lisbon is seen as one of the main (if not the main) digital nomad hubs...
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5 Great Co-Living Spaces that have opened in Portugal

Portugal, particularly Lisbon, is fast becoming Europe's main hub for digital nomads. New co-working spaces are constantly opening, particularly in Lisbon, as more and more digital nomads decide to make the Portuguese capital their...
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One Hour Wine – Wine Tasting & Instruction in Lisbon

Did you know that Portugal has more native grape varieties than France? Or that it's got the most vineyards by percentage of any country? During One Hour Wine you'll learn fun facts like this...
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The Best Gyms in Lisbon

Some people reckon you don't need to join a gym in Lisbon – the city's seven hills give you exercise enough. Then again it's all about endurance. If you're getting bored of trotting up...