Years after walking the Caminho de Santiago in our first “Passo a Passo” film, your favourite Portuguese / Canadian pilgrims are back at it again, this time to walk the beautiful Rota Vicentina! To spare you from the foot blisters, Rui and Joel do the hard work for you, trekking through challenging sand dunes all […]
Pedro arranged a Sunday lunch with his grandmother. He arrives a little after 9 a.m. to take a stroll through the city park before heading to the restaurant.
Miguel has a short conversation with Bruna before heading to the grocery store. Notice how the preposition “por” is used in a variety of different contexts throughout their dialogue.
Ana is trying to get to Coimbra for an important business meeting. Will her train ever arrive?
Marta is a 30-year-old woman who lives in Porto. Follow along as she describes her busy daily routine.
Daily routines: tedious for some, but essential for others. Embrace our customs by following along with a typical Portuguese daily routine.
Fernando finally makes his way to Dona Ana’s place, who is excited to indulge her sweet tooth.
A hopelessly late traveler finds no sympathy from a bus station’s ticket seller, as he tries to find a way to his destination.