Learn why the 25th of April was such an important day in Portuguese history.
Learn about the Mosteiro da Batalha, an emblematic monument in the history of Portugal.
We wrap up 2020 with the spotlight on our members from all over the world, as they describe their favourite traditional holiday foods and drinks. You’ll also get to meet more of the Practice Portuguese team (with an appearance from Avó Odete), while our set (and post-rum-cider Joel) start falling apart. A huge “obrigado” to all […]
Learn more about a group of students and their visit to the National Museum of Ancient Art.
Learn more about João’s trip from Lisbon to Régua aboard a historic train.
Learn more about the various historical sites you can visit in the city of Coimbra!
Learn more about the city of Viseu and its fascinating history.
Isabel and Luísa are college students who take a break to explore the beautiful and historic city of Évora!
Learn more about the excellent wines that can be tasted from various regions all over Portugal.
Learn more about Fado, the music style that best captures what it means to be Portuguese.
Pierre just moved to Portugal with his family. He writes an email to some friends back home to tell them about his experience at a music festival.
Louis replies to an email to update his friend on some exciting changes in his life.
Feliz Ano Novo! Find out how the Portuguese like to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
Pedro is a teenager who became addicted to video games, but he recently discovered a whole new world full of activities and sports.
Meet Manuel, a history student at the University of Lisbon who has a very busy life.
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Portuguese language? Throughout history, the Iberian Peninsula was populated and governed by several different nations. This rich and fascinating blend of influences is reflected in both our language and our culture. (Note: This episode is a rare exception to our “Shorty” format, as it is about 5 minutes in duration)