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Memory Makers is a company with experience in the integrated management of short-term accommodation (Local Tourist Accommodation) market in Portugal. Memory Makers was born in 2017 and has been growing. Through the integration of the various components of tourism management and a wide range of services, we ensure an efficient and complete service four our…

24 hours of tasting @Porto

  Portugal’s second city is a laid back destination full of pretty shops, historic alleyways, and stories from its time as an iconic European trade city. Visit for its magnificent architecture, its burgeoning modern gastronomy, and the delights of a relaxed city with a strong cultural identity. Get inspired by your trip by reading Richard…

Tram 28 – GuestHouse

This is our GuestHouse in Lisbon. A cosy place for you to stay and enjoy our great Lisbon. in our guesthouse, you will find 5 rooms prepared for you and your group. One living room, kitchen and 2 bathrooms, with all the things you need to enjoy and relax during your stay in Lisbon. Talk…

10 Magic things about Lisbon

The seven hills of Lisbon Lisbon is known as “Cidade das Sete Colinas” (city of the seven hills). This nickname appeared for the first time in the book of the magnitudes of Lisbon, by friar Nicolau de Oliveira in the seventeenth century. The author wanted to force similarities with Rome, claimed to be also built…

Food and Wine, Soul of Lisbon

Portugal is famed for its excellent wines and ports, so visiting a local wine bar during your trip to Lisbon is essential. In recent years, the number of decent wine cellars and trendy bars has increased along with the influx of tourists. Our guide explores the best wine bars in the city, both those loved by…

FADO – The essence of Lisbon

Fado is traditional folk music popular in the Lisbon area of Portugal. Melancholy by nature, the music includes instruments like guitars and mandolins with one Fadista singing poetic lyrics related to darker elements of love, death and sadness. The music may, however, occasionally include some humor. If your late season travel includes Portugal, be sure sure…

“Where the land ends and the sea begins”

Cabo da Roca is a wild and rugged headland that marks the most westerly point of mainland Europe. The windswept cliffs of Cabo de Roca were believed to be the edge of the world up until the up until the late 14th century and the spectacular, desolate scenery adds to the allure of the location….

Fall in Love Again @WindMill DonQuixote

  If you’re looking for somewhere beautiful in Cascais to visit this weekend, head out to Bar Moinho de don Quixote.  With gorgeous, panoramic views of the Atlantic coast, the maze-like gardens, and the quirky, cosy bar inside, this romantic nook is definitely worth a visit. It is hidden just off the main road in Colares as you turn towards Cabo…

Hip, Urban Market in Lisbon

Here’s a great idea for a morning, afternoon or evening in Lisbon. It’s a little like the ultra cool Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid, mixed with the tradition of the multi-cultural Farmers Market in Los Angeles. It’s the Mercado de Campo de Ourique in Lisbon, and it’s filled with a large variety of gourmet…

The Portuguese Secret Holiday spots

Sesimbra combines glorious beaches, stunning natural scenery and traditional Portuguese heritage, to form one of the finest beach towns of Portugal, which surprisingly, is virtually unknown by foreign tourists. There is so much to love about Sesimbra, from the pristine beaches that are protected by Arrabida Natural Park through to the delicious seafood that is…

Have a splash @Lisbon

Lisbon is surrounded by a stunning coastline that offers a variety of beautiful sandy beaches, many of which are easily accessible from the capital by public transport. The beaches of Lisbon extend along four very different coastlines, which range from unspoilt surfing beaches through to calm, family-friendly, beaches packed with great tourist facilities. The close…

Alfama the Montmartre @Lisbon

Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon and is a delightful maze of narrow streets, which lead from the Tejo estuary uphill to the castle. Contained within this ancient district there are some of Lisbon’s most historically important buildings including the Se Cathedral, Lisbon Castle, National Pantheon and Saint Anthony’s Church. Prior to the 13th…