10 rice tips, in Portugal, in spite of Corona: places & stands discover

1. Benagil Sea Cave - a cave with a view A fascination for nature lovers: The Benagil Sea Cave (at the homonymous beach of Praia de Benagil in the Algarve coas

10 rice tips, in Portugal, in spite of Corona: places & stands discover
1. Benagil Sea Cave - a cave with a view

A fascination for nature lovers: The Benagil Sea Cave (at the homonymous beach of Praia de Benagil in the Algarve coast in the South of the country) is flooded with sunlight and can be used with the boat or a kayak reached. Those who prefer to swim – no Problem! The swim course from the beach is around 100 meters long and takes about six minutes. Tip: The cave is very popular for those looking for peace and solitude, should start early in the morning on the socks.

2. Faro, the gateway to the Algarve

The historical city in the South of the country is considered to be the centre of the Beach-Destination Algarve. Directly from the Harbor, the beautiful nature reserve Ria Formosa lagoon, with its salt water. From Faro from the most beautiful beaches in the country then in the shortest time to reach. Who is merely passing through, should at least have a tour of the city: The picturesque port city has a great Flair as well as a variety of attractions, nice cafes, Bars and fish restaurants.

3. A Paradise for golfers

From 2014 to 2017, Portugal managed to win four Times in a row, the World Golf Award, to a certain extent, the Oscars of the Golf destinations. Who wants to on the Green, has, therefore, spoilt for choice: The country is home to around 90 courses with different challenges. The best-known sites are located on the Lisbon coast and the Algarve. In Espinho, the second oldest Golf course in Europe is also located.

4. Lisbon's flea markets

markets in Lisbon, great Tradition and offer a nice change to the usual shops. One of the most famous of the flea market �is�Feira da Ladra". It was said earlier tourists that they can buy their stolen cameras. The times are, of course, over to his pockets, you should be aware of, nevertheless, if you will have to dig mountains by the Dress, or old vinyl records to browse through.

Lisbon travel tips

The holiday season is approaching and the decision, where to go, is difficult. A city trip to Lisbon has to offer in addition to warm temperatures, especially culturally, as The city is on the upswing. On VIEW you'll find the 8 Highlights of the "white city".


5. read more To explore city tour of Lisbon by Tram 28E

The most beautiful way, the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, is a ride on the charming tram line in the world: the 28E with the original cars from the 1930s. The regular tram line runs between the Martim Moniz and Capo make Ourique. On hard wooden benches, it goes through the narrow streets of the Alfama district, past the Miradouro Santa Luzia and the Sé Cathedral, through Baixa, the shopping street, Rua Augusta and up the hill through the Chiado district.

6. Porto and a lot of wine

The city of Porto in Northern Portugal is a Unesco world heritage site. The coastal city is not only for its beautiful bridges (including Gustave Eiffel) and the historic buildings known. As the Name suggests, is made of the world famous port wine here. A guided tour including a tasting in a port wine cellar you should not miss. Tip: The Douro valley in the Hinterland is part of one of the best wine regions of Europe. It can also be well-travelled with the ship. www.mittelthurgau.ch

7. Bom Apetite - the pleasures of The palate

Not bad: Portuguese food per head of about 70 pounds of fish per year! These are typically grilled way. A well-known Portuguese delicacy from the Algarve, the Cataplana dishes in all variations-with meat, vegetables and, of course, with fish and shellfish of any kind. The word Cataplana refers to the copper or iron pot in which the dishes are cooked. The brackets closable pot, letting the contents cook slowly.

8. World-class Surf area

Portugal is a Surfer's Paradise. No wonder, fight 16. to 27. October at the Rip Curl Pro Portugal with the best surfers in the world on the beaches of the coastal towns of Peniche and Cascais to victory and honor. By the way: The 20-Meter large and tubular, juged the surfed giant waves (Tubes) of Nazaré, North of Lisbon made it even into the Guinness book of records! If you want to ride on the waves, place along the beaches many surf schools.

Algarve-Trip: Surf, until the sun

Carrapateira – from the sleepy fishing village goes to the Hotspot for the surfing community. In the small Paradise on the Atlantic coast, the wave riders live their dream.


9. read more The Fado

Portugal Fado is simply unthinkable! The birthplace of the melancholic music style, of the residues of the unhappy love, social evils, and the longing for better times, is the capital city of Lisbon. A concert should be on the to-do list, for example, in the Restaurant Pateo de Alfama. In the historic quarter of Alfama, a Fado Museum is also the same. the tip : Fado singer Manuel Marçal offers tours to unknown music Venues. On request, tours can also be combined with a typical dinner warden. www.fatum.pt

10. Unspoiled Azores

volcanoes, beautiful sandy beaches, forests and deep valleys: in Addition to the island group of Madeira and the Azores, belong to Portugal, and a secret tip for nature lovers. The nine Islands are 1369 kilometres to the West of the European mainland. The main island is Sao Miguel, the green island is called. Here, growing tobacco, wine, sugar cane and tea, and pineapple.

holidays in Portugal, in spite of Coronavirus

The country is trying to open gradually for the foreign tourism. The hotel Association AHP announced that in mid-July, could open most of the Hotels again. The tourism authority wants to build a new Hygiene seal under the Motto "Clean & Safe" to trust. Tourism facilities can apply for free. Compliance should be regularly checked. Thanks to an early response and strict measures, the country was affected by the Atlantic ocean much less of Covid-19 than Spain. In Portugal, about 15 percent of the economic power of tourism power. The country recorded 2019, a total of 27 million visitors.

Lisbon is in high gear

Provincial and big city – the capital of Portugal on the river Tagus and combines modern lifestyle with centuries of melancholy. Follow us on a tour of the rumbling trams, ancient history, and sweet seductions, the incomparable Pasteis de Nata!


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Updated Date: 12 June 2020, 15:48

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