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Portugal Travel Guide

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Road Trip: From Porto to Viseu, Portugal

On a journey through Portugal’s Dão region, T+L finds secluded vineyards, centuries-old pousadas, and the area's best wines.

1 Euro Buys Happiness in Portugal

I'm a sucker for souvenirs—anything that you can ‘t get where you live, especially things regular people use in their daily lives. I love the...

Driving Portugal | The Year of the Pig

Pork may be having its moment in the American spotlight, but it's a trip to Portugal that triggers one (hungry) man's burning obsession.

Lisbon's Renaissance

A generation after Salazar's fall, Portugal's once-sleepy capital has officially emerged from its former malaise. Experience the old-world charms and high-design energy of a city...

T+L's Guide to Lisbon

With a provocative mix of forward-thinking design and centuries-old architecture, the Portuguese capital is moving into the spotlight. Here, all the addresses you need to...

World's Best Hotels: Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific

From luxury lodges to overwater bungalows, here are the region’s best hotels.

Sintra: Portugal’s Ancient Mountain Village

Just north of Lisbon, this village—with its romantic architecture, authentic restaurants, and a newly restored grande dame hotel—is an easy escape from the capital.

Best Secret Beaches on Earth

These beach hideaways are understated, unexpected, and—at least for now—under the radar.

Guess Where: Geometric Architecture

This geometric structure was built for a World Expo. Do you know where this is? Log in and leave your guesses below and be sure...

Driving Portugal’s Wine Country

Is the Douro Valley about to become one of Europe’s next great wine destinations?Shane Mitchell winds her way through the sunbaked countryside, stopping at converted...
HOTELS

Casas do Côro

Just south of the Douro Valley, Carmen and Paulo Romão have converted six stone structures into guesthouses with modern suites. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Sr. Vinho

Senhor Vinho, in Lapa, is owned by well-known fadista Maria da Fe; as such, it is an ideal restaurant for hearing Lisbon's unique fado music. The "Portuguese blues", popular since the 1820's, consists... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Quinta do Vale D. Maria

Vineyard tours and tastings are by appointment only at this boutique producer in the Rio Torta Valley. more ›


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