An Art Deco railroad station at one of Lisbon's key transit points.
A new website for hikers and bikers in Portugal's southern region has been launched by the national tourism board.
A district of abandoned warehouses along the Tagus River has become a gallery for informal artwork.
Lisbon beat out The Hague for the honor, and will spend to upgrade its venues.
A codeshare tie-up between the two airlines has helped TAP keep its trans-Atlantic flights full with U.S. passengers coming from JetBlue cities.
TAP paints a huge ad on an A330 to advertise its free-stopover program for passengers changing planes in Lisbon or Porto.
Lisbon is a city of steep hills, and in many old neighborhoods, sets of steps serve as streets connecting upper and lower. PHeymont shares a few.
Traditional wine-carrying boats line the banks of the Douro at Vila Nova de Gaia, opposite Porto, Portugal.
It's in a museum, but is it art? Not intentionally; it was left behind by a cafe customer and cleared shortly after PHeymont found himself drawn to the image.
Ian Cook has shared a variety of images and stories from the Portugese island of Madeira. Here are his final shots before departing....
Curral das Freiras ('Nuns Valley') is a small village nestling between almost perpendicular mountains in the heart of the island of Madeira.
Ian Cook shares images of the unusual triangular houses, Camacha, Madeira.
Levada das 25 fontes. Thin and very tall, a nice waterfall in Madeira that ends up in 25 mini cascades.
A unique feature of Madeira is the wicker sled ride down Monte.
Some images from the Madeira Wine Company in Funchal, Madeira