Portugal, which has faced criticism over slow development of key rail links, is getting a master plan for rail improvements through 2050
New interest brewing in buying TAP Air Portugal, and a possible new bidding war for ITA Airways.
Portugal's food experts have updated the national catalog of edible fruits.
With a new law that can override local objections, Lisbon may finally be on the way to a second airport
Portugal prepares to sell of a majority in its nationalized airline, and the bidders are familiar
With no construction on the Portuguese side of the Madrid-to-Lisbon line, it appears a route through Porto may be the best connection
In two areas far apart, rockslides and collapsing landforms are posing a danger to travelers and to the local economies
Five people were rescued from a liferaft by a fishing vessel working with the Portuguese navy
Portimão is reviving its pandemic-interrupted celebration of the little fish that gave the town's economy a big boost
A new survey puts Lisbon at the top of the list...see who else is on it!
The latest census shows over 1,300 lynx in the wild, up from only 100 less than twenty years ago.
Lisbon, one of Europe's busiest cruise ports, is proposing changes to reduce pollution from the ships.
Portugal's Prime Minister says the moment has come for final decisions.
Italy nears a decision on a buyer for its new airline, while speculation continues about who might bid for TAP
Tuk-tuks, originally a Japanese design, have mostly been built in Asia, but one company is shifting its factory to Portugal.