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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

The Best Places to Dive in Portugal

The extensive coastline available is one of the reasons that makes diving in Portugal an increasingly popular option. A…

Easter in Braga: What Not to Miss

Spending Holy Week and Easter in Braga is a remarkable experience for those who live Christianity. This is a great time…

Pets: Pet Friendly Accommodation in Portugal

You don’t have to leave your pets behind when you go on holiday. From Minho to the Algarve, from the coast to the count…

New Year's Eve in the Algarve: 10 Dream Destinations

The mild climate and a varied choice of beaches are the reasons many head for the South of Portugal and choose the Alga…

Military Tourism: 12 locations not to be missed in Portugal

Portugal has a long tradition of castles, maritime forts and other military constructions. Discover a Military Tourism …

Football: The Restaurants of Cristiano Ronaldo and Company

Discover 10 restaurants run by superstars, or already unmistakable supporters of the king of sports, where the passion …

An Unmissable Itinerary in Lisbon for Football Fans

Lisbon, the city that saw Cristiano Ronaldo emerge as an international football player, is a dream destination for any …

Historical Villages: 12 Treasures to Discover in Portugal

Located in the countryside, these villages preserve a vast and very rich historical and patrimonial legacy. There are c…

Smoked Meat in Portugal: A Tradition of Flavours

From Minho to the Algarve, and even the islands, there is a long tradition of high quality cured and smoked meat produc…

Serra da Estrela Cheese Fairs: Keeping the Tradition Alive

The king of Portuguese cheeses is spoken and tasted throughout the year, but it is in the months of February and March …

Rural Tourism to enjoy the snow in Serra da Estrela

In the highest mountainous area of mainland Portugal there are accommodations where intense contact with nature promise…

10 Villages in Portugal for an Unforgettable Family New Year's Eve

Near Serra da Estrela, in the Center of Portugal, there are must-see places, great for entering the New Year in the bes…

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…

Hole in One: 15 Dreamy Golf Courses in Portugal

Playing while admiring a breathtaking scenery is just one of the attractions that both professional and amateur golfers…

The Best River Beaches of Southern Portugal

In the deep Alentejo and the Algarve, there are freshwater beaches that are a true balm for body and soul.

The Best River Beaches in Central Portugal

From the Serra da Estrela area to the districts of Santarém and Portalegre are beautiful freshwater beaches.

The Best River Beaches in Northern Portugal

The offer of quality freshwater beaches is vast in the northern zone, which has truly charming and reinvigorating place…

Road Trip with History: 12 Monuments to Visit in Portugal

From North to South, there are emblematic monuments that are indelibly associated with the foundation and development o…

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