Portugal travel inspiration from those who have wandered before you. Discover the top places to stay, best food to eat, and must do sights to see while traveling to Portugal. Here are my top recommended stops for traveling to and exploring Portugal.
Beautiful church cut into a valley, with a surprising, little waterfall streaming at its side. The journey to peneda is part of the experience. The breathtaking drive through the mountains comes with awe inspiring views and first-hand experience with free range cattle and goats.
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Small, charming castle that is free to explore on your own, while visiting Peneda-Gerês National Park. The castle sits alongside the espiqueiros and is also very close to the dam.
The way locals used to dry and store their corn, and still do. These communal, agricultural, granite structures used for storing and drying grains, vegetables, and in my grandmother’s case, later case, her laundry on days when it was raining.
Rag and Bone
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Fish, seafood, meat, everything grilled. That’s what you’ll find in Matosinhos. For fresh, grilled, fish and seafood right off the docks, look no further than Porto’s oceanfront neighborhood. Here you’ll find tons restaurants grilling their catch of the day, streetside. Stroll the street and pick a spot, they’re all great, but the local favorite is, Restaurante Lage do Senhor do Padrao. You may or may not need to wait, particularly if it’s Sunday, when every Portuguese family in the entire region joins together to brunch and drink.
Went to a lovely wedding venue, Quinta do Colegio and had the best time with family and friends. Wore this beautiful, black Emilio Pucci gown that had the most fun rouging. Had these flamenco dancer vibes, perfect to inspire some post dinner dancing. I paired the gown with suede, pink-nude Stuart Weitzman stiletos and Jennifer Behr earrings.
Rose Dangle Earrings
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