Have you ever wondered why people from Porto and Lisbon make fun of each other? It’s not just about the accent. Learn more about the origins of their nicknames and the history behind this rivalry.
Just in time for summer! A new diet has been gaining popularity due to the fast weight loss it promotes, despite the radical changes it requires in eating habits.
Learn about the amazing gastronomy of Portugal and its most famous pastry: the Pastel de Nata. Discover how this Portuguese custard pie came to be, its ingredients, and its popularity not only with the locals, but tourists as well!
The Portuguese language has completely changed over time as a result of the historical influences of many different languages and dialects. Learn more about its Celtic roots!
The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is an event that shouldn’t be missed if you love water, adrenaline, and heights. Come discover where the championship takes place and find out some interesting facts about this acrobatic show.
Nazaré is a lovely Portuguese fishing village that has been getting the attention of an ever-growing number of travelers and thrill-seekers. Come along with us to explore this charming destination!
Maria joins João and Pedro to talk about all the ambitions a girl can have in the 21st century.
At an age where they have to start planning their futures, João and Pedro try to decide which would be the ideal occupation for each of them.
The birth of a new baby prompts a colourful conversation with Tiago, who is fascinated with little Bruno.
Always obsessed with her health, Dona Ana discovers the results of her thorough medical examination.
Dona Ana visits her doctor, Doutor Afonso, to check on her health.
Like any curious child, Tiago is constantly asking his parents questions… but some are easier to answer than others.
Hugo helps his son Tiago get dressed up in style for a family outing.
Two elegant friends bump into each other and can’t stop complimenting each other’s fabulous clothes.
Animal lovers Pedro and John talk about the pets they have, and others they wish they had.
John crosses paths with Dona Ana around lunchtime, and has a respectful conversation revolving around food.
Menus might be missing at this restaurant’s table, but a courteous waiter is eager to keep a new customer satisfied.
Pedro, João and Maria go to a restaurant and try to choose between lots of tasty and varied options.
It’s time to eat, as Pedro discovers the culinary preferences of his friend João.
Currently living in Portugal and learning the language, Joel bumps into a helpful local.
Maria is looking for a pen, but ends up chatting with Pedro and shares some snacks with him.
As dinner is served, Hugo has a bitter surprise at the table that requires him to improvise.
Tiago tries to get his working father’s attention.
John talks to his friend Pedro about his passion for reading and writing. Could it be that Pedro feels the same?