Anse Marron beach is the definition of paradise © Matt Phillips At Lonely Planet we’re simply obsessed with travel; rarely a week goes by when someone hasn’t just got back from an epic trip. This month Lonely Planet staff share some of their recent adventures, from fulfilling lifelong dreams in Mauritius to munching a mega sandwich in Porto.
Scoping out secluded beaches in the Seychelles Having spent a few weeks hopping between the islands of Mahé, Praslin, Desroches, North, Félicité, Silhouette, Fregate and La Digue, I’d thought it wouldn’t be possible to find another beach that would leave me speechless. Yet, after a challenging 1¼-hour journey – part hiking, part crawling, part bouldering, part wading (chest deep with backpack above head) – along La Digue’s stunning southeastern coastline (complete with nesting turtles), I found myself lost for words at Anse Marron.
An absolute gem of pure solitude (thanks to the effort required to get here), its white sands slid gently into a nat..
Winters can be tough, especially if you are living in a city that has an especially long, cold and dark season. As an Australian from the sunny state of Queensland, lower temperatures and shorter days are a struggle.
During my year living in Europe, I suffered tremendously from the cold and rain. The lack of sun also affected my mood in a way I did not expect. After talking to Europeans, I learned that many people take winter escapes to brighten their disposition. The climate of Portugal can be classified into two. It is oceanic in the north and Mediterranean in the south. It is also one of the warmest countries in Europe. The average temperatures in the mainland are 13∞C (55∞F) in the north and 18∞C (64∞F) in the south. Summers are hot and dry. Winters are cold and wet. Spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit Portugal.
The best thing about Portugal is that despite being a part of modern Europe one can still find the rural dwellings which have stood by time and has preserve..READ MORE
Your No.1 Portugal Road Trip Itinerary Guide [ An Expert Point Of View! ] Portugal is a beautiful country full of welcoming and passionate people. There are many places that are on the cannot miss list, but if you want to soak in the true spirit of this beautiful country, there is no better way than with a Portugal Road Trip Itinerary.
Traveling by car gives you the opportunity to be in control of your own destiny and go where you choose to. Spontaneity is great, but having some idea and direction to go in will help as well, therefore we go from Porto to Faro by car. The perfect route for you and all of your friends.
Are you ready? Let’s go!
Portugal Coast Road Trip – What Route to Take? A good map is a must-have for any Road Trip Portugal Itinerary. Without it you will miss all the hotspots, fun things to see and do, and of course not to mention the endless hours on Google trying to gather all information yourself.
Thankfully, we already did all the hard-work for you!
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5 best things to do with kids in Lisbon 27th February 2017
Charming and casual, with glorious beaches a short hop away, the Portuguese capital is the perfect short break destination for families. Here are 5 great things kids will love to do…
1: Ride the #28 Tram
Trams in Lisbon (Dreamstime)
Step back in time with a ride on the iconic 28 tram, the symbol of Lisbon. The classic Remodelado trams first began rattling through the city back in the 1930s and haven’t changed much since.
Starting at Praça do Martim Moniz and trundling through Baixa, Graça and Alfama, the 28 line ends at Prazeres Cemetery, where it turns around and goes back again.
Try and get on one the seats directly behind the driver. Your kids will love watching the driver work the ancient controls and will marvel as the tram squeezes through narrow streets, missing parked cars by a matter of millimetres. The driver might even ring the bell.
You’ll need to get everyone a Viva Viagem card first. Available at any M..