Reviews: Nomadx – Monthly Rentals in Portugal & Beyond

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NomadX is a startup that allows you to find medium-term rentals, both flatshares and entire properties. It’s primarily marketed towards digital nomads, freelancers, and remote workers – basically people who work from home but who move around a lot doing it – but it’s definitely not exclusively for that crowd. Anyone, young or old, can … Read more

7 Hotels With Waterslides (Or Entire Waterparks) in Portugal

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For children (and a lot of adults), there’s nothing more entertaining than a waterpark. For parents, there’s nothing more relaxing than having your kids entertained by something else. Waterpark hotels are a win-win for the entire family. Portugal has several great waterpark hotels, the majority of which are located in the Algarve. Alternatively, you could … Read more

4 Great Hotels for Families in Porto

Finding hotels that 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 or, in the case of all the hostels, young, single travellers. For families, it can be hard to know where … Read more

Lisbon Airport Hotels: 9+ Of The Best Places to Stay

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Lisbon Portela Airport is situated roughly 7 km from Lisbon City Centre. Most people who visit Lisbon stay in the centre of Lisbon but some people, particularly those with early morning flights, prefer to stay closer to the airport. It’s not necessary to do this – it’s very easy to get a taxi from the … Read more

15 of the Best Wine Hotels in Portugal

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For wine lovers and oenologists, or those that just like a drink, Portugal has some truly beautiful wine hotels for you to stay in. The majority of these are in and around the Douro wine region in Northern Portugal and the Alentejo but, as wine tourism grows in Portugal, wine hotels are opening up in … Read more

8 Co-Living Spaces that have opened in Portugal

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Portugal, particularly Lisbon, is fast becoming Europe’s main hub for digital nomads. There are co-working spaces all across the country and, increasingly, co-living spaces as well.  Co-living, for those not in the know, means sharing a house with other digital nomads, freelancers, and remote workers. During the day, everyone works on their projects – usually … Read more

8 Castle Hotels You Can Stay At in Portugal

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Staying in a castle is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and, with castle hotels dotted across different parts of the country, Portugal could be the perfect place to enjoy that experience. Castle hotels are perfect for romantic getaways and special occasions, or just because you want to sleep in an actual castle. Although there are boutique castle … Read more

Uniplaces: Student Accommodation in Portugal & Beyond (Resource)

Uniplaces is an accommodation website that’s makes it easy to find student accommodation in cities around the world. It’s primarily aimed at students, but you don’t have to be a student to use it: anyone can book a bed, room, or entire apartment through Uniplaces.com. (Uniplaces are giving Portugalist readers a chance to save money … Read more

Glamping in Portugal: Camping with a side of glam

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As great as apartments and hotels are, they’re not usually very exciting forms of accommodation. Many Airbnbs contain the same standard IKEA furniture and, although many hotels have fancy lobbies, restaurants, or rooftop pools, most have very simple and, ultimately, uninspiring hotel rooms. Many of us have spent countless hours trawling through sites like Expedia … Read more