Leisure in Portugal

Wondering what to do during your spare time in Portugal? Find below more information on sports, leisure and cultural activities.

Gastronomy in Lisbon

Any expat about to settle in Lisbon will have heard about Portuguese delicacies: pastel de nata, of course (custard tarts, in English) and bacalhau (salted cod), ubiquitous in restaurants and bakeries all over the city, all year round. Despite a lot of influences from colonies across the Atlantic and in the Indian Oceans, Portuguese gastronomy has managed to keep true to its simple but delicious traditions.

Lisbon, Portugal's capital city, is one of Europe's most historical and symbolic capitals, offering a wealth ...

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