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Head for the hills | Via @Monocle_Mag | December 13 / January 14| Issue 69, volume 7, p.275-281 #Lisbon From fashion and homewares to food and gifts, the white city offers a full complement of attractions for the committed consumer and gourmet alike.  #Portugal

From fashion and homewares to food and gifts, the white city offers a full complement of attractions for the committed consumer and gourmet alike.

Lisbon, Portugal: Backstreets of Alfama ~ This is a great video by Rick Steves about this wonderful & old world neighborhood in Lisbon called the Alfama.  This place reminds me of Cadiz in Spain and the off the beaten path  neighborhood of Cannaregio in Venice, Italy. Old world, charming, and rich in tradition and history.

Rick Steves: Dreaming of My 2014 Travels: Portugal - via McHardy McHardy Jones Post

How to enjoy a city break in Lisbon, as the jacaranda trees come into bloom, and the restaurants move their tables out into the sunshine.

Where to stay and what to do in Lisbon

The fragrant Jacaranda trees are blossoming on every avenue as the city’s restaurants move their tables out into the spring sunshine.

Europe's "Second Cities" -- Like Portugal's Porto -- Come in First | via Huffington Post | 23/04/2014 I am really into "second cities" these days...The obvious example in Portugal is Porto, three hours north of Lisbon by train. Here are some photos from my fascinating time in Portugal's second city. #Portugal

Europe's "Second Cities" -- Like Portugal's Porto -- Come in First

Europe's "Second Cities" -- Like Portugal's Porto -- Come in First | via Huffington Post | 23/04/2014 I am really into "second cities" these days...The obvious example in Portugal is Porto, three hours north of Lisbon by train. Here are some photos from my fascinating time in Portugal's second city. #Portugal

Andrea Smith and Andrew Zimmern in Lisbon : Bizarre Foods : TravelChannel.com

Lisbon Pictures : Bizarre Foods

Andrew Zimmern traveled to Lisbon, Portugal, to check out its impressive food scene. Go behind the scenes with Andrew to get his take on the food, people and amazing culture of Lisbon.

Tastes Like Home: The Essence of Portugal in a Crisped Sardine by The New York Times |13/06/2013 George Mendes, the chef at Aldea on West 17th Street in Manhattan, had come to Newark, as he does now and then, to take a trip back to the flavors he remembered from his Portuguese-American upbringing. He started by grabbing a dispenser of olive oil and pouring a few pale green glugs of it onto the fish. #Portugal

The Essence of Portugal in a Crisped Sardine

George Mendes, the chef at Aldea, takes a trip to Newark — and a trip back to the guiding flavors of his Portuguese-American upbringing.

Four Hours in Lisbon by John Krich, Time Magazine May 2012 - The Best Way to Spend a Morning or Afternoon in Lisbon - Photograph by Martim Ramos for TIME | If you're bound for Portugal's small but sprightly Estoril Jazz Festival, staged inside Europe's largest casino from May 11 to 20, then one of the continent's most compact capital cities is but a half-hour away by coastal highway or commuter train. Starting and ending at the rail terminal of Cais do Sodré, here's a half-day tour...

Four Hours in Lisbon

Four Hours in Lisbon by John Krich, Time Magazine May 2012 - The Best Way to Spend a Morning or Afternoon in Lisbon - Photograph by Martim Ramos for TIME

Oporto: Wine Metropolis -

Oporto: Wine Metropolis - Oporto is a vibrant portal to the past by Debra Bokur via Global Traveler magazine

Street Food Friday: This Azorean Staple is Cooked by Volcano || Jaunted   Street Food Friday: This Azorean Staple is Cooked by Volcano Where: Furnas, Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal November 14, 2014 at 12:45 PM | by wakeandwander

Street Food Friday: This Azorean Staple is Cooked by Volcano

Five Ways #Portugal Will Steal Your Heart ♥ | By Jen Murphy to AFAR | 1/06/2015 You can have Italy, France, and Spain, as long as I can have Portugal. Anyone who has been knows this tiny country gets lost in the shadow of its popular neighbors. It’s one of the few places I can easily return time and again. Here’s why, after one visit, you’re certain to be hooked. #Portugal

Five Ways Portugal Will Steal Your Heart

Douro - Figueiró Dos Vinhos, Portugal (rent a car or hire a driver to take you here when staying in Porto). or better yet stay at the Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora de Carmo (estate, vineyard, chapel, & hotel)

Celebrating a Year of Culture Amid Hard Times in Portugal according to the New York Times, Guimaraes, Porto and North of Portugal Region, Portugal

Celebrating a Year of Culture Amid Hard Times in Portugal

The art scene in the Portuguese city of Guimarães has flourished since it was declared a European Capital of Culture for 2012 and awarded the European subsidies that go with the title.

Guimarães, a 2012 European Capital of Culture, is being reborn as a locus of youth and contemporary arts.

Guimarães Becoming a Cultural Center of Portugal

The Arts Take Root in Portugal’s ‘Cradle City’ - Guimarães, Portugal

How to Eat Like a Local in Lisbon | Via Yahoo Travel | 8/10/2015 "Walking through the streets of Lisbon feels like traveling back in time...A huge part of Lisbon’s history and tradition is tied to food, and many of the restaurants serve up staples that families have been eating for generations. Honestly, it’s hard to find a bad meal in Lisbon — the food is flavorful, hearty, and made with love" #Portugal

How to Eat Like a Local in Lisbon

How to Eat Like a Local in Lisbon | Via Yahoo Travel | 8/10/2015 "Walking through the streets of Lisbon feels like traveling back in time...A huge part of Lisbon’s history and tradition is tied to food, and many of the restaurants serve up staples that families have been eating for generations. Honestly, it’s hard to find a bad meal in Lisbon — the food is flavorful, hearty, and made with love" #Portugal

#Alentejo, #Portugal is one of the world's best #wine trails according to CNN 13.07.2016 | With more than 250 wine producers in eight registered denominated regions, the Alentejo is one of the biggest wine-growing regions in Portugal. There's a surprising variety in the wines that's easily explained by the different soils present in the area: granitic, calciferous and Mediterranean red. As a result, what was once three different Rotas dos Vinhos or wine routes in the Alentejo, have merged…

World's best wine routes

Bottle stops: 15 wine trails worth getting sidetracked on

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