Soulful Sounds and Architectural Wonders

Portugal, located in the Iberian Peninsula of Southern Europe, is a country that enchants visitors with its diverse landscapes, rich history, and warm hospitality.

Bordered by Spain to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Portugal offers a unique blend of old-world charm and modern vibrancy. From the picturesque streets of Lisbon to the stunning beaches of the Algarve, every corner of Portugal invites exploration and discovery.

We Recommend

  • Lose yourself in the winding streets of Lisbon’s oldest neighborhood, known for its colorful houses, Fado music, and breathtaking viewpoints.
  • Explore the charming city of Porto, famous for its wine cellars and historic center. 
  • Discover the fairytale-like palaces of Sintra, including the colorful Pena Palace and the romantic Quinta da Regaleira, surrounded by lush gardens.
  • Relax on the golden sands of the Algarve’s stunning beaches, known for their dramatic cliffs, clear waters, and inviting coastal villages.
  • Step back in time in Evora, a UNESCO World Heritage city with well-preserved Roman ruins, a haunting chapel of bones, and a majestic cathedral.
  • Marvel at the intricate Gothic architecture of this UNESCO-listed monastery, a testament to Portugal’s rich history.
  • Cruise along the picturesque canals of Aveiro, often referred to as the “Venice of Portugal,” and enjoy its unique architecture and colorful moliceiro boats.
  • Stand at the westernmost point of continental Europe at Cabo da Roca, offering stunning ocean vistas and rugged cliffs.

Travel Tips


Portugal enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm summers. Coastal areas offer milder temperatures than inland regions.


Portuguese is the official language, but English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas.


The currency is the Euro (EUR).

Local Etiquette

Portuguese people are known for their warmth and politeness. A simple "obrigado" (thank you) goes a long way.

Public Transport

Portugal has an efficient and affordable public transportation system, including trains, buses, and trams


Tipping around 5-10% in restaurants and cafés is appreciated.

Eat & Drink

Pastéis de Nata: Indulge in Portugal’s famous custard tarts, best enjoyed with a sprinkle of cinnamon and powdered sugar.

Bacalhau: Taste the country’s beloved salted codfish, prepared in countless delicious ways.

Port Wine: Sample Portugal’s iconic Port wine in Porto’s historic wine cellars, learning about the centuries-old winemaking traditions.

Grilled Sardines: Enjoy fresh grilled sardines, a summer delicacy celebrated during Lisbon’s popular Santo António festival.

Francesinha: Savor a hearty Francesinha sandwich, a Portuguese take on the croque-monsieur, layered with meat, sausage, and melted cheese.