Sweet Lisbon: the best places to get your sugar fix | Via Lonely Planet | 20/08/2014 Stroll the hilly backstreets of Portugal’s capital and you’ll soon come across evidence of the Lisboêtas' love for all things sweet. Hidden in the districts' cobbled streets, rows of tiny tiled bakeries await, each serving up their own delicious array of pastéis de nata – Portugal’s famous egg custard tart. #Portugal
Happy Santo Antonio! Let The Lisbon Parties Begin! - by Andrea Smith, An American in Portugal 12.06.2013 | It’s a fantastic party if you can take the crowds and the craziness as well as the adventure of trying to hail a taxi or dragging yourself back home or to your hotel in the early hours of the morning (we’re talking 6 or 7am)... Photo: Grill-Roasted Sardines and Carapaus (Mackerel) yum!
Sweet Treats and Other Flavours of Lisbon Via Adventuress Abroad 18.10.2012 Espresso, fresh pastries, wine… These are some of the first things that come to mind when I look back at my time in Portugal. Food and drink are such an important part of life here and I think that’s why I felt so at home in Lisbon. It seemed appropriate to sit and drink a glass of Port as I wrote this! #Portugal
10 Delicious Reasons Why You Should Visit Portugal! Via Catavino | 12/12/2012 "Have you visited Portugal yet? Assuming the answer is “no”, what if you were given ten delicious reasons as to why you should take your next vacation to Portugal, would you be convinced? Let’s give it a try" #Portugal
Fresh, balanced, and tasty meals are easy to find in Portugal - via The Daily Meal 11.02.2016 | Portuguese food is Mediterranean cuisine at its best, and like the people, it’s warm, vibrant, spicy, and a little mysterious. It’s also balanced, as the people’s diet is filled with fruits, vegetables, fresh seafood, meat, and plenty of sweets. At the center of every meal are two indispensable items — bread and wine — although most Portuguese would probably argue pork should be included too.