12 reasons why everybody is obsessed with Lisbon right now - via Hostelworld 28.06.2016 | Lisbon, we wish we knew how to quit you. It started with a cheeky city break, nothing serious. We came back with a tan and some of those little custard tarts. Next thing we know we’re spending hours on Instagram stalking #lisbon, and begging our boss to relocate Hostelworld HQ. And it seems we’re not the only ones; everybody’s obsessed with Lisbon right now. Photo: best pasteis de nata custard tarts…
22 reasons to make Portugal your next holiday - via The Telegraph Travel 11.07.2016 | Portugal remains one of the most affordable destinations on the Continent, offering visitors the elegance of Western Europe for Eastern European prices. In fact, in its last Holiday Costs survey, Post Office Travel Money declared Portugal the second best value destination for a European getaway. Photo: These custard tarts are probably reason enough to pay Portugal a visit
Cosa vedere a Lisbona | Via Skyscanner_IT | 6/07/2016 Lisbona: cosa vedere e cosa fare nella bellissima capitale del Portogallo. Il video di Lisbona che vi svela gli angoli speciali, i posti più trendy e tutti i luoghi di interesse da visitare a Lisbona #Portugal Photo: Pasteis de nata
Why Portugal should be more than a sidenote on your itinerary for Spain
What to see, do and eat in Portugal according to Mashable 30.03.2016 | Whether you join a tour or create your own itinerary, there's no shortage of activities or beauty in this European country. If you’re looking for a trip with the perfect mix of city, castles, small towns, gorgeous coastlines, friendly people and great food, then consider Portugal – not as a stopover, but as a true destination all its own.
Portugal is getting pretty popular - via Kolby Does Europe 30.03.2016 | It’s a perfect destination for expats in search of a new home, or for wanderlusters searching for a new place to fall in love with, or just for anyone craving their next great vacation.
Portugal - Ana from Mrs O Around the World shares the traditions of Portugal at Christmas. "In Portugal the most important meal is dinner on Christmas Eve, where we eat our national dish bacalhau – cod with cabbage, potatoes and chickpeas. Reasonably healthy, actually, as I have not mentioned the stars of the evening – the desserts, including Bolo Rei or King Cake."
Molotoff (Unique Portuguese Meringue Pudding)- This is one of the most delicious puddings I have ever ate in my whole life, and what I love most about it is that its extremely easy! It does not require special techniques :o) The only thing tricky about it is removing it from its pan without breaking it... But after a while, youll end up developing your own little tricks. I hope that anyone that tries this recipe enjoys it as much as I do!
Rose Cookies, How to make Rose Cookies:Rose Cookies a traditional sweet delicacy made during Christmas! Rose Cookies are called as Rose De Coque in Portuguese and Goa, called as achu Murukku in Southern Region of India and called as Rosette Cookies in Scandinavia. Now it's famous as Anglo Indian sweet but it's also a traditional sweet of Swedish,Norwegian region also made in Turkey, Malaysia, Srilanka and Mexico apart from India. For more information click here on wikipedia.
The Portuguese treat, Pastéis de Nata, goes so well with a coffee ;) | Via Nespresso | 26/11/2015The people of Lisbon are often said to be coffee connoisseurs and fine food fanatics. Indeed, how could anyone resist their classic pastries, especially when the creamy, fruity or spicy notes of these sweet treats go so well with Nespresso Grands Crus? #Portugal