For a few months we made a road trip from north to south all across Portugal. Of course, we saw all sorts of beautiful places: knightly castles, wild beaches, nature parks rich in species, lively cities, dreamy villages, steep cliffs and much more. We’ll tell you which 30 towns we liked the most and which city we can’t stop raving about. Continue reading “30 Beautiful Places in Portugal”
Portugal currently has 15 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: 14 of which belong to the cultural heritage and one to the natural heritage. The Atlantic island of Madeira is home to the only Portuguese natural heritage site. Two World Heritage Sites are located in the Azores, the remaining 12 on the Portuguese mainland. In 1983, the first four sites were added to the World Heritage List. The most recent World Heritage Site was registered in 2006.
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Also the other cities of the RegiĆ£o de LisboaĀ have a lot to offer. In addition to sights, fantastic beaches and the westernmost point of continental Europe, you can get also all kinds of vegan treats there.Ā Moreover, we have two hostel recommendations for you as well. Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 5: Surroundings”
Since you now already know where to eat in Lisbon, how to get around and which places to visit, you are certainly also interested in where you can sleep conveniently. And cook. And jump into the pool. Yes, you read correctly: There are actually low-budget hostels with a pool! Where? You’ll find out here. Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 4: Sleep”
AfterĀ you already got to know about all the delicious food and how to get around in the first and second part of the Lisbon series, the third part will be all about sightseeing tips. In addition, we will tell you our favorite viewpoints. As there can be found quite some of them in the City of Seven Hills. Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 3: See”
Let’s continue with the second part of the Lisbon series: Explore. Here you will learn the different possibilities that exist to explore the capital of Portugal and which ones are suitable for whom. In the other parts of the series, you can read about where to find vegan food, which sights you should visit, where to stay cheaply and what to discover in the surroundings. Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 2: Explore”
In Lisbon there is really a lot to see, to eat and to do. In addition, you can stay cheaply in a broad range of low-budget hostels. And in the surrounding area there are also some hidden gems to discover. As all of this information and insider tips are beyond the scope of a blog post, we have sorted them into the following five categories and divided them into five individual articles: Continue reading “Vegan Guide Lisbon – Part 1: Eat”