Here in Portugal, we can expect to see major improvements in extending bike paths and walking trails, for starters.
This may be a small town, but it definitely knows how to party. And if you don’t order an ice-cold Sagres, were you even really here?
There was always a harder day, a worse moment to come, all the way up until my last full day of walking… which I suppose you could call the hardest part if I have to pick one.
Let’s be honest: the walk itself is the heart of the experience. While many people pass the time by linking up with others and talking as they go, I decided early on to be an anti-social pilgrim.
Watch how those sardines get from the sea to the grill.
Our favorite crag has been getting crowded so we’d like to reveal a few more places you can climb outdoors within just an hour’s drive from Lisbon.
If you’ve ever wondered how Gulliver felt in Lilliput, or you want a crash course in portuguese architecture, Portugal dos Pequenitos is for you.