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PORTUGAL WITH KIDS: SUMMER IN CASCAIS

06/11/2017,

As soon as you arrive to Cascais ( a mere 20 minutes drive from Lisbon’s airport) you understand why it provides visitors with unforgettable experiences. Surrounded by the hills of Sintra and the blue Atlantic Ocean, Cascais is considered one of the most charming places in the Atlantic coast of Europe. It is also one […]

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Big World

3 GREAT TRAVEL BOOKS

01/18/2016,

A top travel book automatically transports you to another time, to another country and captures the essence of what it really means to travel. If you are looking for a good travel book to read, then look no further. Here is my selection of my 3 top travel books.   A year in Provence by […]

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RESTAURANT SOLAR BRAGANCANO: COD & PORTO IN BRAGANÇA

12/29/2015,

When you enter Solar Bragancano in the city center of Bragança (Praça da Sé 34, 1st floor) on a rainy winter day, you feel like travelling back in time. This traditional cuisine restaurant, run by a lovely family, is the place to go if you are visiting Bragança, a beautiful small city in Portugal. The […]

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GUINCHO BEACH WITH KIDS: SURF, FOOD & SUNSET

09/13/2015,

Praia do Guincho is a very popular Atlantic beach, just a few km from the town of Cascais and just 25 minutes by car from Lisbon. It is a famous Portuguese beach as it has been one of the locations for the windsurfing world cup in the past, it has been featured On her Majesty […]

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Inspiration

MISTER PIZZA: A GREAT KID-FRIENDLY PIZZERIA

08/30/2015,

This is probably our favorite pizzeria so far! We had wonderful references about  Mister Pizza in Cascais (Portugal), and we knew it offered a kids’menu tailored to their needs, but it was a positive surprise to see how it was designed specifically for small children. Their kid-kitchen is  just besides their professional kitchen with a […]

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PORTO WITH KIDS: WONDERFUL WEEKEND TRIP

06/17/2015,

We visited Porto in August 2013. Our kids were then quite small but Porto is a wonderful city for families. It is quite affordable and really close to Spain. Porto is described as Europe’s vintage port city and for me it is one of Europe’s most charismatic cities. Porto’s historic centre, known as Ribeira district, […]

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