【Portugal Travel】Must-Visit Attractions in Lisbon and Porto: Carmo Convent, and Carmo and Carmelitas churches｜GreaterGo
By GreaterGo Editor / 15 Nov 2023
Situated by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal was once a colonial empire that opened up the Age of Discovery in the 16th century, bearing cultural influences from Africa, the Americas and Asia. Portugal is not only home to 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but its historic cities and monuments also showcase unique humanity. Let 【GreaterGo】take you on a stroll through the Carmo and Carmelitas churches with blue and white tiles, and Carmo Convent that survived the Lisbon earthquake. Kick off the Belt and Road travel adventure to experience Portugal's diverse culture and historic charm now!
Park and National Palace of Pena - Portugal
By GreaterGo Editor / 20 Jun 2023
Not far from Lisbon on the top of a hill in the Sintra Mountains in the town of Sintra, stands a vivid palace with impressively eye-catching yellow, red and grey façades. It is one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal, and is hailed as one of Europe’s most enchanting castles.
Portugal︱The Sanctuary of Fatima
By GreaterGo Editor / 11 Apr 2023
Our Lady of Fatima possesses a prestigious position in the hearts of the Catholics in Portuguese-speaking regions such as Portugal, Brazil and Macao. For example, there is the Our Lady of Fatima's Parish named after the Our Lady of Fatima Church in Macao. She has been revered as the patron saint of many churches. Processions of Our Lady of Fatima are held every year.
The Birthplace of the pastel de nata - Jerónimos Monastery, Portugal| 旅淘 GreaterGo
By GreaterGo Editor / 23 Dec 2022
Pastel de nata is one of the pastry desserts Hong Kongers are familiar with. Since you are in Portugal, the origin of pastel de nata, there is no way you will miss trying the most authentic taste of it.