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A Guide to Lisbon’s Best Neighbourhoods

Although Lisbon is quite a small city, it’s made up of lots of different neighbourhoods and each one has its own unique character.Different neighbourhoods are good for different things. Some neighbourhoods, like Cais do...
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10+ Incredible Yoga Retreats Taking Place in Portugal

Known for its beautiful beaches and great weather, Portugal is the perfect destination for a yoga retreat. You’ll find yoga retreats taking place across the whole of the country: particularly in the Algarve and...
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Bacalhau For Beginners: A Guide to Portugal’s Favourite Fish

Bacalhau is Portugal's national dish, and the Portuguese eat around a million kilos of it every year. It's eaten at special events and at important annual meals - particularly at Christmas, Good Friday, and...
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Electric Scooter Apps Lime, Hive, and Voi Come to Lisbon

There are lots of different ways to get around Lisbon: by tram, bus, metro, ferry, taxi, Uber or Taxify, and by foot. There's even a government-owned bike sharing service, although it's not really the...
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Pimba: Portugal’s Fun & Often Raunchy Music Genre

You've probably heard of Fado. You might have even gone to see a Fado performance while you were in Portugal. Fado is an important traditional style of music in Portugal, and a part of...

4 Great Hotels for Families in Porto

Finding hotels are great for families isn't easy, and that can definitely feel like the case in Porto. Porto's accommodation, like so many other cities, feels like it was setup to cater for couples...