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Turismo en Portugal

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Portugal, travel, tourism

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Portugal the coolest destination :)

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Our best Meals in Lisbon

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I chuckled inwardly as I gazed upon the massive spread of food before me.  I was in Lisbon, and any hopes I had had of sticking to my diet over the course of my three days in town had just flown out the window. 

Portugal is rife with food that excites your tongue and expands your waist, and Lisbon, being both the capital and the largest city, is one of the best places to sate a capricious belly .  There is meat and seafood galore, good wine, and pasteis de nata.  Restaurants here are cheaper than, say, London or Paris, so you can eat a five-star meal on a three-star budget.  The weather is good most of the year  which makes dining on a terrace  another plus. 

Ramiro is a traditional restaurant that specialises in seafood.  Heavily aromatic and endearingly greasy and salty, we ordered garlic shrimp, crude ham, clams, and copious amounts of bread dripping in butter.  The food is a cholesterol lover’s dream — definitely not for the faint of heart.  


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Mary H Goudie's curator insight, November 10, 2013 3:34 AM

Ramiro is a seafood lovers' pilgrims quest here in Lisbon - yummy from start to finish.

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Best Pork in Lisbon Seafood Eatery

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I’m ending the way I started—the same way I did on my trip—at Ramiro, with a plate (actually, three) of Cinco Jota’s pata negra. Sure, you can get this Spanish ham elsewhere, but at Ramiro, you can stand at the bar, inches away from the ham and the guy who slices it all day long. He goes through four or five legs a night, so there’s no chance it’ll be dry. And he’ll slide you a plate the second he’s finished filling it and that makes all the difference. The fat melts in your mouth and you can taste the nuttiness from the acorns the black Iberian pigs are fed. Savor each slice with a glass of Sagres Bohemia from the tap and you’ll have experienced the best of Portugal. cervejariaramiro.pt


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Mary H Goudie's curator insight, November 8, 2013 4:42 AM

A yummy must eat before you die. Search out the Porguguese version of this 

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Feira do livro de Braga

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O Parque de Exposições de Braga fará novamente história com a 22ª edição da Feira do Livro de Braga, evento que ocorrerá entre os dias 29 de Novembro e 08 de Dezembro de 2013, associando-se assim esta festa literária e cultural a época natalícia, aliando tradição e inovação. A Feira do Livro de Braga é, nesta edição, a afirmação de um caminho e de uma marca que se pretende que perdure no tempo e na memória. Pretende-se com a edição 2013, reforçar a visão vanguardista e abrangente, criando sensações, vontades e uma atitude inovadora. Decorrerá num ambiente acolhedor e inovador, pretendendo assim, em conjunto com todos os protagonistas, assumir-se como uma grande manifestação cultural de afirmação de uma região cosmopolita e de língua portuguesa. Todos se identificarão com este conceito, pois queremos uma Feira do Livro em «diálogo com o seu tempo».

 

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Portugal Turismo: Arte callejero en Alfama, Lisboa

Portugal Turismo: Arte callejero en Alfama, Lisboa | Turismo en Portugal | Scoop.it

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Julie Dawn Fox's curator insight, November 11, 2013 6:27 AM

Some of Lisbon's great street art.

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Sweet Portuguese cakes and desserts - Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

Sweet Portuguese cakes and desserts - Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal | Turismo en Portugal | Scoop.it
Portuguese cakes may not look very exciting but they are surprisingly tasty. Here's a small selection of Portugal's traditional cakes and desserts.

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Mary H Goudie's curator insight, July 26, 2013 1:57 PM

Sweet delights are on every corner in Lisbon - my "hood" Campo de Ourique pasty shop Aloma is the twice winner of the best custard tart of the year. Just as well there are lots of hills in the city to walk off all these sweet treats.