Portugal, it seems, is drawing more Americans and American families. It’s safe. It’s affordable and there is great food and wine, of course. And plenty of sunshine.
By Eileen Ogintz SALAMANCA, Spain -- We are biking across an ancient Roman bridge – so old that it dates to the first century after Christ. Despite the chilly, wet…
This region has become so popular with Americans that TAP Air Portugal now has several non-stop flights a week from the USA and many daily flights from Lisbon which take under an hour
At the Martinhal Cascais, there are bikes for adults and kids, including with training wheels, at the entrance and an extensive property where to ride. The dining room contains an area where kids can play, complete with a kid-sized kitchen. There is a spa and, of course, pool, and a large kids’ club where even babies are welcomed
Having time to enjoy life –- and those dual roles -- is a big part of the Portuguese lifestyle, those here tell us, even busy parents with dual-career households and making time for delicious long lunches is part of that.
All kings had palaces but none more famous or arresting with its mishmash of architecture styles than the Palace of Pena near Sintra, Portugal
Portugal is a great family destination and TAP Air Portugal is greatly expanding its service from the USA this spring and summer
Since 2010, Martinhal Family Hotels & Resorts in Lisbon, Portugal have been providing family-friendly luxury accommodations, gourmet meals, facilities and activities to provide memorable holidays to family groups of all sizes and ages.