All major Portuguese holidays have their own unique dishes and sweets, but Christmas is by far the most plentiful among them.
The list of sweets is extensive, but each has their own texture and flavor that is worthy of your attention.
The best of the sea in the city of the best fish in the world – Matosinhos hosts, from September 22 to 30.
The first edition of the Matosinhos Fish and Seafood Festival, which will take place in Jardim Senhor do Padrão, next to the famous wharf of Leixões and to the restoration zone that motivated the creation of the World’s Best Fish brand, considered the “Gastronomic Destination of the Year” by the Wine Magazine.Read More
The 5th edition of the Italian Festival is taking place on Vila Nova de Gaia Douro Riverside and as usual will held Portuguese Pizza Championship. The Festival is organized by the Portuguese Socio-Cultural Italian association Dante Alighieri (ASCIP) and the Neapolitan Pizzaiuoli Association in Portugal.Read More
Porto is full of treasures: locals who love to host, high-quality gastronomy, urban parks, street art that gives you the feel that you’re in an open-air museum and the sea, of course, our eternal font of energy.
The best way to explore is to walk—and then walk some more. And you couldn’t have picked the best spot to start exploring the city, from Old Stone Flats you are literally 30 steps away from all the major attractions. Get your most comfortable shoes on, put on some sun screen and bring on your appetite, cause will most definitely gain some weight.