Planning a trip to Lisbon? We’ve reviewed a hidden gem in the heart of the city centre, a block of serviced apartments that will make you reconsider staying in a traditional hotel. Discover contemporary Portuguese style and breakfast delivered to your room every morning at Baixa House.
Portugal is connected to half of the world by air, when travel becomes a reality again. It’s home to some of the biggest waves you will find anywhere in the world, friendly locals, sweet bakeries with yummy goodies and 101 ways to eat fish. However, lockdown doesn't mean that you can't start to imagine graffiti splashed trams, coffee that will have you jumping, cobblestoned streets, and a serious wine culture.
The heart of Aveiro is nicknamed the "Venice of Portugal" for its maze of canals overflowing with decorated gondola-like boats and humped bridges. If your jaw drops at this sight, then once you see the iconic candy striped houses lined up in a row a huge smile will break out on your face.
If you want to avoid the tourist plague (July and August) then head to Portugal's Algarve coastline during the shoulder season, when the prices are lower and bit of personal space whilst walking around, ferry hopping, and meeting the fishermen.
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