Historic cafes and bakeries in the capital produce some of Portugal’s most beloved baked goods.
Blessed with a subtropical climate, mostly sunny days and nearby beaches, the Portuguese capital’s main selling point is a high quality of life.
With luscious custard tarts and a famous fish stew on the table, it is love at first bite in this enchanting city.
The famous voyager who blazed new trade routes to India spent most of his life in Portugal’s Alentejo region, but visitors need the persistence of an explorer to follow his trail.
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