Visitors to Portugal certainly have the country’s “grand” restaurants to consider, in addition to excellent seafood and meat restaurants, as well as dozens of “hot” eateries with cuisines hailing from Hong Kong to Hamburg to Hoboken. But no visitor should pass up lunch or dinner at one of Portugal’s hundreds and thousands of small restaurants that serve some of the most delicious and comforting food on earth.
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The last surviving brother, Vasco Corte-Real, desperately wanted to lead a fleet in search of his brothers, but D. Manuel I, King of Portugal would not allow it. The last brother was crest fallen, and his spirit remains on the riverbanks in Belém to this day, as immortalized by Fernando Pessoa:
The Cerca Velha, that surrounded and defended Lisbon in medieval times, is recreated in a new signed route that passes through Alfama, Castelo and Se.
Azores Airlines knows that the snow is almost here, so they launched sale to help you get out of the cold and into the green of the Azores. Now, for a limited time, Azores Airlines is offering special pricing on direct flights from Boston to Ponta Delgada - round trip from just $499 (incl. taxes and fees). Valid for purchases made between December 1 to 15, 2016. Travel between January 8 and March 31, 2017.
Portugal has centuries of naval history, but ever wonder who the first admiral of the Portuguese navy was? That would be Dom Fuas Roupinho, and here's one legend about him:
Portugal’s 365 Algarve has announced more than 500 new events to be held throughout 2017. The effort will stage more than a thousand presentations of music, dance, theatre, art exhibitions, activities based on the region’s heritage, and much more. The program is set to run until May 2017 in Portugal’s Algarve region.
Built from dark stone and located in the heart of the country, Portugal’s mountain villages have witnessed more than 900 years of Portuguese history. While these villages are amazingly peaceful places to visit today, they have not always been so tranquil.