From contemporary art to ancient puppetry, Porto offers an eclectic mix for any lover of art.Continue reading “Arte do Porto”
Portugal may be half the size of Washington State but the cultural and historical sites are immeasurable.Continue reading “Cultura do Porto”
Have you sipped a bica, a pingo or vinho do Porto? Have you tasted bacalhau, francesinhas or castanhas?Continue reading “Gastronomy of Porto”
Inspired variations of blue and white azulejos create a unique color palette in the city of Porto.Continue reading “Azulejos in Porto”
On the far western edge of Europe, Porto, Portugal offers an ideal blend of traditional and modern life.Continue reading “Promenade through Porto”
We cannot talk about our impressions of Lisbon without referring to the quaint single-car trams that speed up and down its hills.
Belém, a suburb of Lisbon on the Tagus River, is filled with museums, historical sights and monuments.
If you are a bibliophile, a visit to the historic Joanina Library at the University of Coimbra should be added to your bucket list.
This enchanting Portuguese town, famous for its romantic Manueline architecture is worth the 35-minute train ride northwest of Lisbon.
Lisbon for New Year’s! We arrived in time for the Celebração de Ano Novo and to kick off our travels for another year.