Situated east of Avenida dos Aliados, this main market is a don't-miss experience. Screeching, cheerful ladies offer everything from seafood to herbs and honey;...more
The melancholic (well, tragic), soulful acoustic songs belted out late at night in smoky clubs are welded to the culture of Portugal, but the real deal can be...more
Captain Peter Bristow will assist your search of giant blue marlin aboard the Katherine B for about $1,200 per day for the whole boat—round up half a...more
This western waterfront neighborhood beckons with its many examples of the exclusively Portuguese Manueline style of late Gothic architecture. Museums abound,...more
Madeira has over 90 miles of coastline, but it doesn't have a beach. A day of lazing around on the sands involves a two and a half hour catamaran trip...more
For fans of clean lines and jazzy typefaces, Porto is an Art Deco delight. The style caught on here in a big way from the 1920s onwards, and the city is full of...more
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