Portugal travel guide

Portugal’s cherished green list status means it’s easy to visit, and those who’ve been before love its diversity – from its dramatic islands like Madeira and the Azores to the hubbub of forward-looking, design destinations like Lisbon and Porto.

There’s plenty of pousadas, wineries and wide open countryside in the less visited interior and of course the beaches, bars and golf courses of the Algarve for those craving a little post-lockdown fun.


What to see

Lisbon’s iconic yellow tram cars trundle through narrow streets, and funiculars zoom you up to the Bairro Alto. Check out the new maat (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology) and don’t forget to pick up a pasteis de nata in Belem.

Where to stay

Everyone from Audrey Hepburn to Axl Rose stayed at the famed 1950s Ritz – now it’s just been totally refurbished and re-opened as Four Seasons The Ritz . Another newbie, the Moxy brings a youthful vibe to the city centre with its millennial-friendly offering 

Where to eat

100 Maneiras is the latest recipient of a Michelin star in the Portuguese capital for the flamboyant and creative cooking of Ljubomir Stanisic. The bar and restaurant at the new outpost of Mama Shelter are set to be Lisbon’s coolest hangouts when it opens soon

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