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.
Marilyn Jones says she's not seeking out flowers as she travels—but their beauty puts them front and center in these photos.
With city leaders calling it a first step, the city is offering free fare to under-18s and over-65s
An elaborate private chalet and its gardens are Sintra's latest must-visit
A Portuguese chef working in Switzerland is this year's top seafood chef.
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.