Té's Guide to Portugal

Photo: City of Lisbon
Places to Eat and Drink
Lisbon
Taberna da Rua das Flores:
Old school environment, Contemporary and traditional menu, no reservations. 
Ramiro:
Favorite seafood restaurant in Lisbon, must visit. Be ready to wait in line.
Alma:
We are biased on this one since the Chef is our friend. We had one of the delicious tasting menu's and for the price you pay it's a steal. Gorgeous space.

Cevicharia:
Have a pisco sour to start and order any ceviche on the menu.

Ze dos Cornos:
Super traditional food and environment.

Bairro do Avillez:
The space is beautiful and the food is good. Resembles an old market. Cured meats are on point.

Pasteis de Belem:
Cliche but worth having at least two. Wander around after eating the pastries for some sightseeing, there is a beautiful monastery a minute away.
 
Porto
Wineries in Gaia:
Enjoy the Port and take in the view of Porto
Have "Tripas a moda do Porto", the regional dish of the city.

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Photo: Castle of Sao Jorge
Sights
Lisbon
Castelo de Sao Jorge:
A really good view of the city

Sintra:
A day trip. Take a taxi.
 
Porto
A boat ride over the Douro Valley is unbeatable
Photo: Hills of Douro