With no more government support allowed, Portugal's leading parties are looking to sell, but disagree over whether the state should keep 50%
The EU allows TAP's debt to the Portuguese government to be paid off in equity rather than in cash.
Portugal, whose rail system is not well-connected, even to Spain's is looking forward to more and faster connection in future.
Portugal advises boaters not to engage when orcas come out to play.
For the first time since 2015 a fleet of cars built before 1939 will take to the road in a race that goes back to 1902
Portugal's university city is planning a tower elevator to help residents and visitors deal with its Monumental Stairs that rise 21 meters in 125 steps.
Portugal's new regulations on where and when and how long RVs can stay are being challenged.
With vacation travel resuming, airlines are not the only ones seeing a rising tide of passengers.
The race for the most stomach-churning bridge has a new entrant in Portugal.
Portugal's Central Region shines a light on itself as a tourism destination, hoping to recover its momentum from previous years.
Idle tour buses will now provide extra service to relieve rush hour crowding on Porto's public transit.
Our Pic of the Day is of Fortaleza da Guincho Hotel in Portugal, the most westerly hotel in Europe.
Coming soon in Portugal: a new attraction that will either be a great adventure or leave you cowering.
Along the way from Lisbon to Porto, Marilyn Jones enjoys a day's stop in Coimbra, Portugal's university city and a medieval treasure.
Lisbon's maritime museum offers an unusual view of history, and of Portugal's role in European exploration