Portuguese podcasts

What is a podcast and why you should start listening to podcasts A podcast is a form of online audio publication, usually in the form of regular episodes that are available on a website or in apps. I use two…

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Páscoa – Easter in Portugal

Portugal is a Catholic country. On Palm Sunday, the Portuguese go to church with palm leaves or olive branches. Additionally, on that day you can see palm leaves hung in the form of a cross on the streets. google.com, pub-5963045510551873,…

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Zambujeira do Mar

The seaside town Zambujeira do Mar in Alentejo region is located on a high cliff and facing a romantic beach Praia da Zambujeira do Mar. google.com, pub-5963045510551873, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 The Portuguese word ′′zambujeira′′ means a low bush of the olive…

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Chafariz de El-Rei

Chafariz de El-Rei – the royal fountain, is the oldest city spring and the first public fountain in Lisbon. You will come across it while walking from Campo das Cebolas towards the Museu do Fado. google.com, pub-5963045510551873, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 It…

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Livraria Campos Trindade

In Lisbon’s Chiado district, on Rua do Alecrim, 44 years ago Tarcísio Trindade gave vent to his love for books and opened the book shop “Livraria Campos Trindade”. The shelves were inhabited by rare, old and unique books. There were…

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Public transportation in Lisbon 2023

isbon has four main public transportations: bus (includes trams, funiculars and the Santa Justa Elevator), metro, train and ferry. Moving around the capital of Portugal never was so easy! Where to buy a ticket, what’s the best ticket option for you and how to use public transportation?

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Monte Clérigo – Algarve

Monte Clérigo is a tiny place lost somewhere on the western coast of Algarve. Few summer houses on the hill, huge beach and vastness of the ocean. It’s hard to imagine a better place to relax and recharge your batteries. If you are…

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Praia da Amoreira – Algarve coast

Praia da Amoreira, in the western part of Algarve region, is definitely one of the most picturesque beaches in Portugal. Here the Aljezur river meets the ocean and creates a small lagoon, you can swim in the ocean or in the river. Some of the…

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Eduardo VII Park

In the very center of Lisbon, on a hill there is a park Parque Eduardo VII, named after the King of Great Britain who visited Portugal at the beginning of the last century. Edward VII Park is a perfect place…

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Aljezur at Algarve coast

With over 300 days of sunshine a year, breathtaking landscapes and clean beaches Algarve is definitely the best holiday destination to choose. Aljezur is a town located on the West coast of Algarve, in the stunningly beautiful natural park Parque…

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