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Ricardo Cordeiro

He was born in Lisbon, grew up in Ribatejo and has been in Braga since 2015. However, the city where he lived most years was in Covilhã, where he completed a bachelor's and master's degree in Communication Sciences. He was a regional press journalist for over 12 years, working for the newspaper O Interior, based in Guarda. He loves football, photography and travel and is currently a content producer.

ARTICLES BY Ricardo Cordeiro

Suggestions: Discover what to do in Lisbon in the winter

The Portuguese capital city has a lot to visit and experience at any time of year. Don't miss Lisbon in the winter, bec…

Go on an adventure on an extreme itinerary for children

Do you want to live a different day with the children and provide them with an extreme experience with lots of fun? The…

Serra da Estrela: what to see if the snow cuts off access to the Tower

Climbing to the highest point in mainland Portugal is a goal for anyone visiting Serra da Estrela in the winter. And if…

Discover 10 natural wonders in the inland area of Portugal

The inland area of Portugal “hides” true treasures of Nature that are worth a trip to this fertile region of Natural He…

Slice or Spoon: There are Many Cheeses to Savour in Portugal

Whether made with goat, sheep or cow milk, excellent cheeses abound in the country, from Trás-os-Montes to Alentejo, an…

The best places to practice sports in Lisbon

Do you like running or playing football and are you, or are you going to be, in the Portuguese capital city, even just …

Santiago Ways: what you need to know

There are several reasons why thousands of people walk the Saint James Way every year. Before hitting the road, find so…

What to do on the weekend near Porto

Visiting castles in the North of Portugal or living a day full of adrenaline are two ideas to consider for weekend plan…

Where to eat in Braga and Guimarães

Minho region is known for its good cuisine. If you're planning to visit the area, you'll want to check out some of the …

Family holiday destinations to explore in Portugal

Between the beach, nature, monuments or villages full of history, Portugal has a lot of unmissable places for family ho…

Meet 10 Portuguese football teams with history

They once shone in big stadiums, but today they compete in secondary divisions. There are Portuguese football teams tha…

Portuguese locations with funny names

Have you ever imagined yourself at Paraíso (Paradise) or at Purgatório (Purgatory)? These are just two examples of the …

Street Markets in Portugal: a secular tradition

From the Algarve to Minho, there are many street markets in Portugal where you can buy a wide variety of products. Some…

10 Adventure Parks from North to South of Portugal

With more or less adrenaline, depending on each one's taste, there are Adventure Parks throughout Portugal, which will …

10 trekking routes to do in Central Portugal

There are many trekking routes to take in Central Portugal, from the coast to Serra da Estrela.

Three routes to discover Lisbon by electric scooter

Do you want to explore some of Lisbon's main sights in an easy way? The electric scooter is increasingly popular, and w…

The best beaches on Lisbon's surroundings

Around Lisbon there are charming beaches, suitable for an invigorating swim. Discover the best beaches in Lisbon to spe…

Algarve: discover the treasures of Lower Guadiana

The Eastern Algarve area, right on the border with Spain, has a lot to explore. Lower Guadiana is full of wonders of Na…

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