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At this point you are thinking "New Year's Eve? But I still want to enjoy the last days of sun". But remember that one time when you wanted to have an unforgettable New Year's Eve but didn't book anything until late December, when everything was already booked or with very high prices?

To avoid the stress of a last minute New Year's Eve booking, our advice is: plan ahead. Despite being a small country, Portugal offers a wide variety of regions and environments for every taste, from a relaxed celebration at Alentejo or Douro, party in the big cities like Lisbon, Porto and Funchal or even a New Year's Eve at the beach in Algarve.

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Lisbon is the undeniable rising star of 2016's European mini break scene and one of the best travel destinations in the world, filled with great monuments, rich History, delicious food and tasteful wines.

If you haven't visited it yet, or even if you have but you wish to return and explore it further, participate in this contest and win a free Wine & History Tour in Lisbon for 2 people!

Topics: Wine Tours Wine & Food Lisbon Contest

Lisbon is well-known for its monuments packed with history but nowadays the city is also full of options related to dining, tasting wine and nightlife.

If you wish to visit Lisbon and discover the liveliest areas, while tasting the city's best flavours, this is the right contest for you!

Topics: Wine Tours Wine & Food Lisbon

There is something about wine that brings families together around the table, that makes friends laugh with each other and that bring couples closer in that intimate sharing of their favourite wine.

But one of the most wonderful things about wine is that you don’t have to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy a day at a wine producing estate in Douro or Alentejo or to appreciate a wine tasting at some of the oldest and most historic wineries and cellars in Portugal.



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