Every year, Unesco nominates new destinations across the world as World Heritage Sites. Only those destinations that have outstanding universal value and meet at least one out of ten selection criteria can be listed as heritage sites. In 2019, 11 out of 29 new inscribed sites were in Europe.Read the story “11 European destinations listed as World Heritage sites in 2019”
The south coast of Portugal – the Algarve Province – attracts holidaymakers in summer, and digital nomads, remote workers, and retirees in autumn, winter and spring. Whereas visitors who are on vacation need a place to stay for one or two weeks, other travelers are looking for a place for a month or for a longer time. Here are a few tips on where and how to find the right kind of accommodation in Algarve.Read the story “Tips for finding the right place to stay in Algarve, Portugal for longer than a week”
Recently, Portugal has won plenty of different types of best-tourist-destination awards, and now also statistics reward the good fortune of this southern European country. Algarve, the province on the south coast, is the most low-cost European region to stay in during a vacation.
Read the story “Algarve in Portugal assessed as the most affordable vacation destination in Europe”
Travelers who like to stay in hotels while on the road have more choice than ever. Those who want to be absolutely sure that the room is exactly the way it was in another city or country, stay in a room of a hotel chain, but those travelers who are looking for new experiences, try small hotels that have their own style. Providing books to read for guests is a new attraction that a hotel in Portugal and a hostel in Japan are providing to guests.
Read the story “Unique hotels attract travelers who enjoy books after a day on the road”
Portugal has three hotspots for tourism: 1. the capital Lisbon with the neighboring small cities of Sintra and Cascais, 2. the city of Porto with the Duero region in north, and 3. sunny Algarve on the south coast. These three destinations, however, are vastly different experiences for visitors. What exactly is it that has made Portugal such a popular destination to visit?
Algarve is Portugal’s southernmost province that faces the Atlantic Ocean in the southwest corner of continental Europe. Long dunes on the coast and beaches between coastal cliffs are characteristic to Algarve, but also the inland landscape in the region is varying. The travel guide Algarve, Southern Portugal introduces all the sights, villages, beaches, towns and other things worth knowing about the region, and we got the permission to publish top 3 scenic drives section from the book.
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If you are looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday at a popular tourist destination, here are some award-winning recommendations. The World Travel Awards is an annual event for travel industry professionals who vote for the best destinations and service providers. The big winner in 2017 was Portugal.
Aveiro old town in Portugal.
Read the story “World Travel Awards elected the best 2017 destinations in Europe: the hotspot is Portugal”
Portugal’s southern province Algarve has so many different types of beautiful beaches that it makes choosing only five difficult. There are long, tiny, shallow, deep, rocky, fine-grained, white and golden beaches to choose from. In addition, tide makes them look different depending on the level of the sea. Anyhow, here are five nice, popular beaches that are different, and suit to different tastes and needs. The best beach destinations were extracted from the travel guide book Algarve, Southern Portugal.