Casa da Tia Helena served up a tremendous setting for the final in the European Championship that Portugal ended up wining. Euphoria is the word needed to describe the evening.
Celebrating the victory with everyone else.
Make room in your checked luggage for sardines and more sardines.
Delicious lunch at Restaurant Comme Ça in Porto.
Get to know your Tawnys, Vintages and Rubys at Graham's Port Lodge.
Tip: don’t visit on an empty stomach…
The train from Porto to Lisbon cost about €25-30 and takes about three hours.
Extraordinary buildings with a lot of surprises at Pena Palace in Sintra.
Let’s go surfing! Portugal is known for it’s waves, but prepare for the water being colder that you can imagine. Even on the hottest of days the temperature rarely goes above 20°C. Brrr…
See here’s the thing, we can’t remember the name of this place. But it was simply delicious, beach front and all. Sorry…
It took us a couple of days to realise that the beers we drank were'n’t named after the festival, but that the festival was named after the beer…
Jamie XX at Super Bock Super Rock.
Gare do Oriente train station is such a pretty sight.
DAMAS in Lisbon will treat your taste buds right. And the G&Ts are served in fish bowl sized glasses. Our kind of place in so many ways.
Boutique taberna’s signature drink is the B&T drink and it’s very refreshing in the warm city. Take a seat on the steps outside and enjoy the colourful walls surrounding the place.
Fado is characterized by sadness and melancholia, and you’ll find plenty of places putting on a show during dinner to experience the Portuguese tradition.
Enjoy your favourite cocktail as the sun sets with this view at TOPO Teracco in Lisbon.
Lisbon is a treat for the curious eye.