Sardines — an integral part of Portuguese life. Marketing has elevated this simple and unpretentious product to the rank of a cult. In any major city in Portugal, you will find stores that specialize exclusively in canned sardines.
Traditional Portuguese canned sardines can be found not only in specialized stores, but almost anywhere and, as is often the case in this country, the love of the Portuguese has a rich history with its sardines.
Jars of pickled sardines — one of the most popular Portuguese souvenirs. That is why the collection of Portuguese sardines “ART Appetite” reflects not only the history of the fishing industry, but also gives tourists the memory of the local attractions of this country.
A trip on the legendary tram number 28 has become an integral part of the tourist route for guests of the Portuguese capital.
Walking through the streets of Portugal, you can endlessly admire the decoration of houses made of ceramic tiles — Azulejo traditional Portuguese tiles.
Fado — unique Portuguese music, born in Lisbon and considered one of the symbols of the Portuguese capital.
The Portuguese national team is considered one of the top teams in world football.
Nuno Gonçalves — Portuguese painter of the 15th century, one of the first Portuguese masters of painting. His main work — St. Vincent's altar.