Lisbon native António Rocha Ribeiro shares some great sights around Lisbon’s historic hub, as well as places to eat, drink and shop.
Ginjinha or simply Ginja, is a liqueur made by infusing cherries in alcohol and adding sugar with other ingredients. Find out where to drink it.
The pastel de nata is now well-known all over the world. No longer found only in Portugal, cafe’s all over the world feature this popular Portuguese delicacy.
Within the Museum of Beer in Lisbon you can enjoy some fine gastronomy. In the Beer House the codfish cake and other snacks complement beer in perfection.
With the average house prices having fallen by 2.8% now is the perfect time to take advantage of cheaper properties and purchase your perfect dream holiday home.
Property owners advertise their flats, rooms and villas all over the world at good prices. Often for much less than the cost of a hotel, you can stay in a full apartment. Here are three examples I found in the Lisbon area.