Lisbon City Guide
The adoption of a single European currency led to the rapid growth of tourism in Portugal. Undesirable Brits were quick to make their way to the beaches of the Algarve, descending on droves during the summer to cash in on a strong Sterling. More recently, the country rebounded from recession to an elevated place, with Lisbon and Porto resurrecting a national identity that embraced history, industry and fantastic cuisine. Lisbon’s welcoming climate and gently rolling topography found a place in the new century, encouraging progressive visitors for conferences and remote work. True to their heritage as pioneers of the . . .