Portugal was anointed as the World’s Leading Destination at the World Travel Awards 2019, for the third year in a row. Turismo de Portugal won for the third time the title of World's Leading Tourism Board 2019 and Lisbon is the World's Leading City Break Destination 2019. Madeira Island is, for the fifth time in a row, the ‘Best Island Destination in the World.'
Madeira, Portugal, was again recognized by the World Travel Awards (WTA) as the best island destination in the world at a ceremony held in Oman on Thursday night.
You need to visit the warm and sunny Portuguese island of Madeira next year, according to the editors at Rough Guides who just named their 2020-bucket list of 20 destinations to visit.
TAP Air Portugal is adding two new routes from North America in 2020, with nonstop service between Boston and Ponta Delgada, in the Azores, and between Montreal and Lisbon. Both new routes will be operated with brand new Airbus A321LR aircraft and will launch by summer 2020.
Not that anyone needs a reason to go to Portugal in February anymore - but one good reason is Carnaval, a four-day celebration beginning February 19, 2020. Parades and pageants have been part of Carnaval celebrations throughout Portugal for centuries. But in Funchal, the warm and sunny capital of Madeira, Carnaval festivities are a big deal.
The summit will assemble web leaders in Lisbon between November 4th - 7th 2019
The Atlantic archipelago of Madeira has been named the ‘World’s Best Emerging Golf Destination 2019’ in the World Golf Awards.
Generally more affordable than other European capitals, Lisbon is a budget-traveler's gem. You can enjoy an authentic luxurious vacation without breaking the bank.
When you hear about Portuguese pastries, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a pastel de nata (AKA Nata), one of those creamy custard tarts. And while these are indeed delicious treats, Portuguese patisserie has much more to offer your taste buds and each city has its own specialty. Here we will share with you a selection of the best pastries in Portugal from North to South.
The National Palace of Mafra, near Lisbon, and the Bom Jesus do Monte Sanctuary in Braga have been added to World Heritage List, according to UNESCO. UNESCO recognized the two Portuguese monuments as cultural sites for their outstanding universal value.