Chiado, Lisbon

Chiado is where you can meet for a cultural or shopping tour. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods where you can find theatres, book shops, vintage cafes, art galleries, statues of literary figures and others. Here you can sit and read the newspaper while having a coffee, buy a souvenir or have a drink before dinner.

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Alvalade, Lisbon

In Alvalade, a place that was in the beginning formed by fields, farms and gardens and posteriorly used by the population to do sports or to spend the free time, in the 40’s was planned a place where everything seems to get together in harmony. When you walk around the neighbourhood you can see the difference between the buildings constructed in the 50’s and the rows of villas. A quite and safe place, a few minutes away from the city centre where you can find lots of different types of commerce and have access to public transports very easily.


Campo de Ourique, Lisbon

Campo de Ourique, located in the heart of the city between Amoreiras and Estrela it’s one of the most charismatic residential neighbourhoods, having strong vocation do traditional commerce with old shops and a market. It is named as one of the best quality of life neighbourhoods in Lisbon, having all kinds of services one step away from your door. It is not necessary to leave Campo de Ourique to have access to almost everything, in a neighbourhood that is the example of the connection between tradition and modernity.



Almada is located on the north-western end of the Setúbal Peninsula, on the verge of the Tagus River and thus opposite to Lisbon. Due to the industrial sector and the geographic disposition of the city, it became a point of population fixation. It also has a wide transport network, educational establishments, hospitals, sports and cultural centres, all of these just a few minutes from Lisbon. Meeting point between the Tagus and the Atlantic Ocean, here you will find an extensive coastline with beaches to lose sight of.


Alvor, Algarve

Alvor is a picturesque town close to Portimão in the Algarve. This beautiful and charming town conserves most of its Moorish historic roots due to the fact that the whole region was under Moorish occupation for many centuries. An example of those Moorish roots can be found in its name – Alvor – which is still very similar to the old Moorish one: Al-Bûr.

Alvor has some of the most ravishing beaches in the whole world. Calm and long sandy beaches with golden dunes and crystal clear waters are the reason why a small town of 6 000 people is one of the most sought out touristic destinations in the Algarve.

Within walking distance to the town centre there is Alvor’s main beach, a vast and sandy beach which stretches for kilometres. Its cliffs and rocks attract thousands of tourists every year who enjoy kayaking around them. This is also one of the best beaches to practice sports since it has a lot of sand and it is flat.

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