TAP continues its aggressive expansion into North America, and has plans for two more cities to be announced later.
TAP adds Washington and Chicago on its way to a bigger footprint both in North America and in Europe.
With the details of Britain's departure from Europe still unsettled, it appears that British vacationers are holding off decisions on trips to Portugal.
The city is promising to spend the additional funds on improving transportation and sanitation in its most-touristed areas.
Late-summer sun can be dangerous for UV radiation, according to Portugal's weather authorities, who are also concerned about fire risk.
A fire-ravaged region wants visitors back to help rebuild.
Porto, Portugal's second city, has gone from undiscovered to all the vogue, and is starting to feel edgy about it.
ProfessorAbe shares a stay at a lovely 'pousada' – a hotel housed in a historical building -- the Palácio de Estói,
Three airlines agree to pay compensation for flights canceled due to a fuel supply failure, but they want the fuel company to reimburse them.
Portuguese health authorities have slimmed down the standard sugar packet again.
After a six-year gap, Madeira's ferry link to the Portuguese mainland is back in service.
Portugal's new law allows owners to choose, and imposed a long and confusing set of rules to be followed.
Lisbon's in line for an honor that reflects commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability.
A war between two Olympic federations threatens an August event in Portugal and possibly the future of Stand-Up Paddling
A rare lynx released with a tracker in southern Portugal turns up in Catalonia after going missing a year ago.