It’s true that Lisbon gets more sun than any other European capital. You’ll likely get a tan even if you visit in the fall or spring.
Tourist traps have grown in numbers to the point where it is becoming harder to completely avoid them than to enter a minefield without stepping on a mine. Here are some tips to help you out.
Douro, Alentejo, Dão, it’s tough to make a poor choice, but it can happen. Here’s a little guide to affordable Portuguese wines that won’t disappoint.
When you’re in Lisbon for more than 10 minutes, you’ll be approached by gentlemen offering you marijuana, hashish, cocaine, heroin, and whatever else the kids are doing these days for kicks.
Finding books in English in Lisbon isn’t too difficult, and the number of stores selling English-language books keep growing.
Portugal’s beaches are often warm enough from April to October. Here are some of the…