Ok, so the process of evolution has a way of working itself out - and then we ask what lesson can we learn from this? Well, Portugal is still amazing. Affordable living, good healthcare, kind people and safety for all.
Portuguese tiles, also known as azulejos, are very different from tiles made in Spain or Morocco in terms of their design, history, and production techniques.
Portugal is a land rich in history, natural beauty, and historic treasures. Popular destinations like Lisbon, Porto, and the Algarve attract a large number of tourists, there are so many lesser-known and off-the-beaten-path places in Portugal that are worth exploring.
One interesting aspect of this region is the presence of a number of curious and offbeat roadside monuments.
Each town has its unique charm and beauty, and exploring them is a great way to experience the authentic Portugal.
Sintra's Pena National Palace is a 19th-century Romanticist palace located in the town of Sintra, Portugal. Some think it is spelled "Peña palace" - but it is not. As a must see Portuguese monument, here's what you need to know: History: The palace was built between 1842 and 1854 on...
Just an hour from Lisbon, the Alentejo has no big cities but is made up of fortified hill towns featuring traditional crafts and foods. Making up 30% of Portugal, the region has flowing vineyards and olive oil groves with a mild climate. Guests enjoy the traditional cuisine and distinct local olive oils, bold wines as well as hiking or cycling the rolling cork plains, natural reserves and more than 85 miles of Atlantic coast.
There are several mysterious Roman and ancient ruins in Portugal that are worth exploring.
Portugal is a very old nation, and with that comes a variety of legends and ghost stories. Here are a few of the most famous ghosts of Portugal
Vila Nova de Poiares is a charming town located in Central Portugal, known for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and friendly locals.