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10 reasons to visit Porto

Porto is known for its mysterious fog, but the local’s warmth will make everything else shine! Port Wine is made in the Douro region (classified in 2001 as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO) and is a strong landmark in the city. If you want to know these reasons by yourself and fall in love...
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Death of a Despot

The 27th of July, marks the 47th anniversary of the death of António de Oliveira Salazar. Arguably the most influential man in Portugal’s long history. He ruled as dictator from 1933 to 1968. This was the length of his official duties, though he was still treated as the Head of State by his aides through his...
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Portugal and Castille – a long fraternal fight

Or how the black plague saved the day. Often times we, guides, are asked: “When did Portugal get its independence from Spain?”; “How did the Portuguese language evolve from the Spanish?”. Now, no resentment or offense is taken here… Don’t get us wrong, both Iberian nations have suffered and undertaken the same ordeals, one way or...
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The AMAZING Portuguese Gastronomy

Even though Portuguese gastronomy is confined to a small geographic area, it is influenced by the Atlantic – we have 850 km of Atlantic coast line – and by the Mediterranean – with the famous trilogy bread, wine and olive oil. Portugal is visited by many reasons and food might just be one of the best ones! We produce, transform, cook, serve...
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Todo lo que tienes que saber sobre los peajes en Portugal.

En 15 de octubre de 2009 el Gobierno Portugués convirtió las autopistas conocidas como “SCUT” (Sin Costes para el UTilizador) en autopistas de tramos pagos. Como el único dolor de cabeza que uno debería tener en Porto sería el de Vino de Porto y no de peajes, os explicamos su operación de la forma más...
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D.Sebastião and the Mist

Today marks the Restoration of the Portuguese Monarchy, an important day in the Portuguese calendar. The 60 years of Spanish domination, before D. João IV won back independence, was caused by the impetuous actions of Portugal’s young king, D. Sebastião. In 1578 the king set sail for Morocco to claim more land for the growing...
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Independence Day

Did you know that Portugal had lost its independence and had been under Spanish rule for six decades? That’s right!… and we are about to explain you why it happened and how we gained our freedom back! First of all, we need do travel back in time to the second half of the XVI century....
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National Sea Day

  National Sea Day and Porto has a beautiful ocean line. If you’re visiting Porto now, City Lovers Tours has the perfect paln for you to see it The sea has historically being vital for the Portuguese, situated as it is, on the Eastern coast of Europe buffeted by the Atlantic Ocean. Indeed, Porto and the...
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Bifanas

Another delicacy widely eaten in Porto, which are somewhat specific to the city, are the fabled Bifanas à Moda do Porto. Itself meaning ‘Porto-style Bifanas’ they are different here to much of the rest of the country where it is simply a pork steak grilled in bread. Some places may add a touch of mustard but nothing too...
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Thirteen Years of Dragon

16th of November 2003 will go down in history as the day in which the greatest player in football’s history, Lionel Messi, made his debut (Editor’s note: treasonous comments to make here in Portugal; Cristiano Ronaldo is clearly the best). However, here in Porto it was also an important milestone for the city. For it was...
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