Portugal is a country with rich and varied landscapes and with an excellent climate, maybe these are some of the reasons that have led many international producers to choose this country to film their films. See below some of the movies filmed in Portugal! Belle Époque (1992) — directed by Fernando Trueba, starring Penélope CruzThe Boys from Brazil (1978)… Continue reading 15 Movies Set in Portugal
St Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture is on March 17. It particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. https://www.flickr.com/photos/omunene/5538474059/ What Do People Do? St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many parts of the world, especially by Irish communities and organizations.… Continue reading St Patrick’s Day
International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8. The idea of creating Women's Day emerged in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the United States and Europe, in the context of women's struggles for better living and working conditions, and the right to vote. On 26 August 1910, during the Second International Conference… Continue reading International Women’s Day
Helping the environment is not an easy task, but taking small steps in everyday life can make a big difference. On vacation you can also help the environment by adopting some of the tips below: By land or by air. Air travel is more harmful to the environment, so when possible travel by land, car… Continue reading Travel Environment Friendly
One of the best experiences in Spain, are the Tapas accompanied by a fresh Cañita! Why not take the tip and prepare a Spanish Tapas at home and surprise your friends? Follow the videos below provided by the Tourism of Spain and … good appetite! Recipe for Gilda https://youtu.be/7UHFh0pXUXY Recipe for Spanish Omelette https://youtu.be/Z_pb1HANSSE Recipe… Continue reading Tapas: from Spain to your Home!
Alhambra or, preferably, Alambra is located in Granada in Spain, in a dominant position on top of a tree-lined elevation in the southeastern part of the city. It is a rich palatial complex and fortress (alcazar or al-Ksar) that housed the monarch of the nacérida dynasty and the court of the Kingdom of Granada. Its… Continue reading Discover Alhambra!
Estrada Nacional 2 or N2 was created by the National Road Plan of 1945 with the objective of connecting Chaves to Faro. Much of N2 resulted from the renumbering of existing roads, but some sections were built in the following decades. With a length of 738 km, the N2 was then the longest state road,… Continue reading Estrada Nacional N2 – The Portuguese Route 66
Writing a hotel review has become a worthy habit that most travelers have acquired and is fundamental to help other potential travelers to consciously decide on the choice at the time of booking. On the other hand, the hotels use the information collected in the reviews for a better perception of the opinions of their… Continue reading How to write an effective hotel review?
If you have traveled in European capitals and not only, you have probably noticed that some gates, bridges, fences or walls are covered with padlocks - the padlocks of love. This is a tradition that is becoming increasingly popular where lovers sometimes inscribe their initials on the padlock and after set release their keys away… Continue reading The Padlocks of Love
Magician and illusionist shows have always enchanted generations all over the world and provoked the fascination and curiosity of even the most incredulous. Because today is the International Magician Day, we remember some of the Greatest Magicians and Illusionists ever. Dante The Magician (1883 – 1955) State Library of Victoria Collections Harry August Jansen (October 3,… Continue reading International Magicians’ Day