Food and Drink (16 community guides)

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#1/16
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4.666665
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Destination: Algarve
Trip type: Beach, Food and Drink
When I need somewhere to really relax and unwind (and enjoy some fabulous food), I head to my villa in the Algarve... read more »
#2/16
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5
(1 comment)
Destination: Northern Portugal
Trip type: Food and Drink
In Portugal's Douro Valley, you can take a train tour round some of the best local vineyards, and discover that port isn't just for Christmas... read more »
#3/16
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5
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Take a break in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon and you'll discover a impressive city that's awash with history.... read more »
#4/16
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5
(1 comment)
Clear blue waters and bountiful home-grown produce attract visitors to the Madeiran capital of Funchal all year round, but the city is in full colourful bloom during the spring months ... read more »
#5/16
Rating:
4.5
(4 comments)
Exploring a city built on hills and dancing the night away can take its toll on just about anyone. But I can assure you the pain is worth every minute spent in beautiful, seductive Lisbon... read more »
#6/16
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4.333335
(4 comments)
Destination: Setubal, Sintra, Lisbon
Stunning views, fabulous food and total relaxation - we found them all in Setubal on Portugal's west coast, where we based ourselves at a rustic B&B and explored the breathtaking Arrabida coast... read more »
#7/16
Rating:
4
(5 comments)
Destination: Alvor
The village of Alvor in the Algarve is charmingly unspoilt. Unlike some of its larger neighbours along the coast, it has retained its unique character and friendly feel... read more »
#8/16
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Eating out, for me, is a pleasure, a privilege to be shared. Read my selection of restaurants and cafes in the western Algarve where you can enjoy local delicacies in lesser known locations ... read more »
#9/16
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
It may be way off the usual tourist trail but that's all the more reason to love Portugal’s ancient capital of Coimbra and its beautiful surrounding countryside... read more »
#10/16
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Tavira
On Portugal's Algarve coast, pretty Tavira is a place to stroll around, sit at waterside cafes, eat pastries and watch the boats bob. It's also holiday heaven for beach-lovers.... read more »
#11/16
Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Destination: Tavira
You're rarely more than a few minutes from a church or cake shop in any town in Portugal, but lovely Tavira in the Eastern Algarve takes the biscuit! Culture, cake, or a bit of both- it's your choice.... read more »
#12/16
Rating:
4
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It’s not only the port wine which ages in Porto, Portugal’s second city. Humans, too, can put on a couple of years between arriving at a restaurant and being served... read more »
#13/16
Rating:
3.666665
(6 comments)
Destination: Algarve
An easy pace, uncrowded, mostly sunny - Winter and Spring in the Algarve can be the best time for getting active- walk, cycle, play golf or simply sightsee around some lovely towns and villages.... read more »
#14/16
Rating:
3
(3 comments)
Destination: Porto
There’s more to Porto for alcohol lovers to enjoy than plain old port. Ever heard of white port? No? Well, read on…... read more »
#15/16
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0
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A mix of medieval and modern, Lisbon proudly exhibits the enduring legacy of its Moorish past alongside a thriving café scene and distinctive cuisine... read more »
#16/16
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Guimaraes, Porto
Guimaraes is a bite-sized historical gem, within easy travelling distance of magnificent Porto in Northern Portugal. Lovers of medieval charm will be captivated by this European City of Culture 2012 ... read more »
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