The InterContinental Lisbon is a luxury hotel located in the business district of the city. In this review, we’ll explain what you can expect of the hotel and why I think it’s not one of the best places to stay in the city. You can find more content about Lisbon on our city page! I’ve stayed at various InterContinenatl Hotels over the course of the years. This is including the amazing InterContinental… Read More
The Conrad Algarve is a luxury hotel located on the Algarve Coast in Portugal. In this extensive hotel review, we’ll explain why staying here is really enjoyable and why you should think about a trip here! While the Conrad Algarve is mainly a summer property in the way that rates are the highest in this season, it’s also a great place for all other seasons. Classification: Five Stars Room Category: Grand Deluxe… Read More
Lisbon is not only the capital of Portugal, but also one of the most beautiful city destinations in Europe. We had the chance to visit the city (again) and enjoyed it very much. The weather was quite difficult as it kept changing, but we enjoyed visiting very much. Stay tuned for an extensive City Guide here on traveluxblog!
After a quick stay near the airport, we arrvied at our “real” holiday destination, the Conrad Algarve. The luxury hotel is one of the best Hilton Hotels in Europa without any doubt. The rooms are luxurious, spacious and offer very nice balconies and bathrooms. Additionally, there are great facilities and very good food options available. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
After a very late arrival on the Algarve, we decided to book the ibis Faro Algarve for our first night in the South of Portugal. The hotel is very close to the airport and offers modern, yet simple rooms. All in all, a good choice for a quick stay close to the airport. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
Six Senses Douro Valley is one of the newest luxury resorts in Europe and offers a retreat for everyone who seeks some calm time after long working hours. Set in the idyllic Douro Valley not far away from Porto, guests can enjoy a luxury experience without any flaws and at the same time explore the beautiful nature of the beautiful valley. Six Senses Douro Valley is set in a renovated 19th century… Read More
Porto, sometimes also called Oporto, is the third biggest city in Portugal after Lisbon and Vila Nova de Gaia. Many “secret” corners. interesting buildings, unique memorials and local cuisine are part of the top things to do and see in Porto! Admire Ponte Dom Luís I. This bridge connects the city of Porto with Vila Nova de Gaia. Special about Ponte Dom Luís I. is the fact that it has two levels. The… Read More
Porto is one of the biggest cities in Portugal. To be quite honest, it is a really typical city when it comes to South Europe. Some very small streets, some very big streets, the near to the Atlantic, some historic buildings and castles, some museums and a climate where it is always warm, even in winter. Porto is a beautiful city and has much to offer! Find more content about Porto on our city… Read More
Lisbon is one of the cities where the transportation system is very fragmented. There are trams, buses, metros, funiculars, ferries and some alternative means of transport. Even though that sounds complicated in the beginning, the transportation system in Lisbon is pretty easy to get along with when having a closer look. Our transportation guide will definitely help you by doing so! Find more content about Lisbon on our city page! First of all,… Read More