Porto Wait For Me travel guide will help you discover this city. Walk along its historical routes, unveil the secrets of its monuments, venture out into the lively nightlife, sit in an esplanade in the sun and enjoy the colours and flavours of this guide.
Porto Wait For Me has tips about the best way to make the most of the city. You will find maps, photographs, illustrations, themed itineraries and indications to help you discover the city.
The city is ready for your visit.
All that’s missing is you!
Porto, Wait For Me!!!
I rise before the sun. It is always this way in September and October. There is no time for the children and the house is empty. The green door remains closed awaiting for other days on which life reborns inside.Ler mais -->
In august gastronomy and tourism hold hands to show the best of the Portuguese Cuisine. There are gastronomy festivals across the country. Here is a list in case you are on holidays and want to enjoy good food. If you prefer cooking some of the recipes at home we have the book “Portugal at table” available for you.Ler mais -->
When we think about our holidays we associate them with idyllic places. A blue sky, clear waters, the sun, white sand and exotic drinks. If there is heaven on earth we can say that the Mauritius Islands are such a place. It was exactly from Mauritius, where we think only tourists are allowed to live for a short period of time, that we received our first online order. One day someone from Mauritius came to Portugal and bought ‘Portugal at Table’, a recipe book. When she went back to her country she wanted another copy to give as a present to someone special. She found fromportugal.com and order it online. Now ‘Portugal at Table’ is on its way to be a success at someone’s table or at someone’s heart in Mauritius.
The Portuguese Way to Santiago is part of a network of centuries-old itineraries culminating in the burial place of the Apostle James the Greater.
Embark on this road where you will be the Way!
This guidebook takes you from the city of Porto to Santiago de Compostela, tells you how to prepare for the Way, the 3 Ways that leave Porto and the climactic arrival in Santiago.
LISBON wait for me This is a new guidebook about the city that is the capital of Portugal, written by Portuguese people who know about the city in depth. The guidebook is divided by zones to allow you to see everything, although you can also decide on the suggested thematic tours or, for instance, the best places to relax, listen to good music or even eat one of the best meals of your life. Lisboa, wait for me is not just another guidebook, it is the guidebook that will offer you unique experiences as you discover Lisbon. Lisbon Wait For Me travel guide will help you discover this city. Walk along its historical routes, unveil the secrets of its monuments, venture out into the lively nightlife, sit in an esplanade in the sun and enjoy the colours and flavours of this guide. Lisbon wait for me has tips about how best to make the most of the city. You will find maps, photographs, illustrations, themed itineraries and indications to help you discover the city. The city is ready for your visit. All that's missing is you! Lisbon, wait for me!!
I arrived in this country of saudade with an almost empty backpack. I checked-in, followed a path of agitated clouds, left the sweat of work marked on a grey seat and followed the direction, as planned, along a waterway to the Douro Valley I had heard about. I was curious about what I would find, since a couple of friends came to this region so often and repeated so many times that I too should come here. One day, after leaving the alarm on, I made my way to work, as always. I saw all my e-mails and booked my trip with an online agency.Ler mais -->
1 kg podded broad beans, 150 g pork belly (toucinho)
50 g lard, 1 onion, 1 clove of garlic 1 bunch of coriander
dry-cured ham to taste, chouriço to taste
1 dessert spoon of sugar, salt to taste, meat stock
1 Slice the toucinho and put in a pan with the lard. When melted add the thinly sliced onion and the chopped clove of garlic. 2 Cook without frying. 3 Add the chopped coriander, slices of dry-cured ham, chouriço cut in rounds, sugar, washed broad beans, salt and a little meat stock. 4 Cover the pan and simmer over low heat. 5 Shake the pan every now and then without removing the lid. 6 Serve when everything is cooked and aromatic.
Recipe from the book "Portugal at Table - Traditional Cuisine"