12 Days to Visit Portugal - My Itinerary - via Annie Anywhere 14.04.2015 | In only 12 days, we went to the best places in Portugal. Being one of the most affordable country to visit in Europe, it seduced me with its delicious food, its history, and its beaches. Here’s my complete itinerary to visit Portugal, without a car!
6 Traditional Portuguese wine-producing villages to explore in the Alto Douro Wine Region of Portugal: Provosende, Ucanha, Salzedas, Trevões, Barcos and Favaios. Discover Cistercian monasteries, baroque manor houses, traditional schist cottages and other interesting architecture. Learn about local culture, history and traditions, sample port wine, Douro wine and moscatel wine and corner bread from Favaios. Click to read more
Walking in the Beautiful City of Oporto - Unesco World Heritage Site - via I'm Out of the Office 07.11.2014 | The amazing city of Porto, also known as Oporto in English, is located along the Douro river estuary in the North of Portugal and is the second-largest city of the country. | Photo: Church of Saint Ildefonso, Oporto (Igreja de Santo Ildefonso, Oporto)
Castelo de Sao Jorge, Lisbon, Portugal my friends and I arrived just as the castle was closing for the day. A travel companion whom I had just met on the flight over said. You came all this way and wanted to see this castle...wait here ... I will find a way in. Sure enough he broke in and we all had the castle all to ourselves. We climbed,explored and watched the sun set over Lisbon. What an experience!