Nazaré, one of Portugal’s most traditional fisher villages is a two hours’ drive north of Lisbon on Portugal’s Atlantic coast. It has a special folklore with a special costume. Traditionally […]
Oh yes! The villages around Lisbon are usually neatly kept and traditionally, flowers will be the main theme to be found at the front door. Somehow the good old fashion carnations are […]
Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest city quarters is colorfully decorated with paper flags and flowers by the residents for the Catholic “Festival of the Popular Saints” (St. Anthony of Lisbon, St. Peter […]
Have you ever stopped to think that cobble stoned roads and sidewalks are manually placed stone by stone? Traditionally they are done so here in Portugal by “Calceteiros” (comes from calçadas = sidewalks). […]
TIME Have they time to watch and care, too see the time as it goes by times foregone to thoughts long gone and more to come?
Alminhas (direct translation: small souls) are wayside shrines, typical of Catholic European and Latin American countries. It said, “wayside shrines are located along roads and pathways, where travelers stop and […]
If you come to Lisbon girls, you must stop by my favorite glove shop on Rua do Carmo, Chiado and buy a pair of gloves! It’s a mini shop and […]