Archive for the 'Ginja' Category

The Napoleão wine shops in Lisbon, Ginja, Ramos Pinto, the magic of vintage Port & free shipping

Vintage port is made only in exceptional years, must be bottled within 2 years of the harvest date and be 100 % wine from that harvest. The magic of Vintage Port is different in every phase: as a young wine its captures the useful fruit characters, then after 20 years or more the effects of […]

Free Wine & Port tastings at wine shop ADIVINHO, a beautiful Pombal wine cellar in Lisbon

Portugal is the seventh-largest wine producer in the world and well-known for its Port wine. When you visit Lisbon don’t miss the lovely wine selection at ADIVINHO (off of Madalena,

Lovely historical place, bohemian atmosphere: Lisbons’ Restaurant ‘Merca Tudo’, great food, beautiful 80 years (!) old fridge & Fidel Castro family story

A little bit hidden in a typical narrow Portuguese street you will find restaurant/bar ‘Merca Tudo’, located Rua do Merca-Tudo 4, near Largo Conde-Barão, in an historical building decorated with original azulejos (Portuguese tiles). A popular place by actors and artists. Restaurant/bar ‘Merca Tudo’ Lisbon Soft background music like French chansons or jazz, create an atmosphere like being in […]

Cafe ‘A Ginjinha’ Rossio, best place in Lisbon to enjoy a Ginja (liqueur made of berries), sticky pavement & city center tourist attraction

Try a typical Portuguese liqueur: Cafe ‘A Ginjinha’ is a city center tourist attraction. When walking to ‘Restauradores’ or ‘Rossio’ , a lively area, in Lisbon’s city center, be sure to stop at the ‘A Ginjinha’ cafe, Largo de São Domingos 8 Cafe ‘A Ginjinha’ Rossio Lisbon near Teatro Theater Nacional Doña Maria II Short term rentals: […]