Join nomad Katie as she e-bikes up the Sintra hills, rides a riverfront path in Porto, tours the backroads of the Douro Valley, mountain bikes in Viana do Castelo, and cruises the central coast.
Portugal is known for beaches, fado, and of course, Port. But that's just the beginning. Nomad Donna shares her favorite Portuguese wines, non-touristy Lisbon neighborhoods, and inland cities.
From spectacular hikes with epic views to deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, and sampling the local nightlife, this subtropical Portugese island offers no end of worthwhile things to see and do.
On a literary journey through Portugal, Jill Fernandes finds an unlikely source of inspiration in the nocturnal creatures who guard the books.
As Portugal becomes increasingly popular with travelers, nomad Cameron follows local recommendations to find secluded spots and unique adventures.
On a training run through the dense forests of Sintra, Portugal, Cameron learns the risks and rewards of setting off into uncharted territory.
Travel writing scholarship winner and perpetual traveler Isabelle finds herself feeling unexpectedly at home in Portugal, a place she’d never been.
With its jungly cloud forests, volcanic massifs, and black, sandy coastline, São Miguel isn’t your typical island oasis.
Find out why Lisbon is so popular, hear about one of the only volcanoes in the world you can walk inside, why you shouldn’t buy tiles at a flea market, and win a trip to Portugal with the World Nomads Travel Writing Scholarship.
Sam Bedford takes a real-life journey to the center of the Earth inside the Algar do Carvao volcano, on Terceira Island in the Azores.
With convenient and cheap transport, you can discover a completely different side of Portugal just an hour or two out of Lisbon.