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All certified reviews from our customers.

Discover the authentic customers' reviews concerning the Luisa Paixao website collected by an independent third party, STAMPED, by email sent 10 days after each purchase...

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Poteries noires de Bisalhaes

The black pottery of Bisalhães, protected by UNESCO but disappearing.

The black pottery of Bisalhães is unique in the world, has existed for more than 5 centuries and yet it is dying out. UNESCO has become aware of this and has just inscribed their manufacturing process on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.

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Au Portugal, on va à la plage mais on peut aussi skier !

In Portugal, we go to the beach but we can also ski!

In the center and north of Portugal, there are magnificent mountain ranges and the natural park of the "Serra da Estrela" which has the highest point of continental Portugal at almost 2,000m of altitude . And you can ski there...

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São Martinho, castanhas e Água-pé

São Martinho, castanhas e Água-pé

In Portugal, as in many countries, November 11th, Saint Martin's Day, is the day when families gather to celebrate the last rays of sunshine and the arrival of the cold. This tradition has given rise to popular customs around the festival, chestnuts, wine and brandy ...

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Pourquoi les sardines en boite du Portugal sont les meilleures et comment les choisir ?

Why are canned sardines from Portugal the best and how to choose them?

Whole or filleted sardines ? prepared with olive or sunflower oil ? Plain or in sauce ? What about vintage sardines? How to make your choice and be sure to discover the best canned sardines?

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La ville de Barcelos, son coq et ses représentations modernes.

The city of Barcelos, its rooster and its modern images.

Barcelos is a small town in northern Portugal. It is in this city that a legend was born around a pilgrim and a rooster, which later became the symbol of the city and then the symbol of Portugal. This national symbol is called today the Rooster of Barcelos or the Galo de Barcelos or the Portuguese Rooster.

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13 recettes de desserts portugais pour Noël mais aussi pour toute l'année.

13 recipes of Portuguese desserts for Christmas but also for the whole year.

Portuguese gastronomy leaves a lot of room for desserts. I have chosen for you those that are most often served at Christmas and I have translated the most authentic recipes: Bolo Rei - Bolo Rainha - Arroz Doce - Filhós - Fatias Douradas - Fios de ovos - Pão de Ló - Pudim de Ovos - Pasteis de Nata - Baba de Camelo - Bolo de bolacha - Bola de Berlim - Pão de Deus...

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Maroquinerie en liège

Cork leather goods. A unique know-how for a trendy material.

Cork is a material coming from the bark of cork oak. It is a material with unique physical properties that is used for bottle corks as well as by NASA or the most trendy fashion designers... Discover cork and its most recent applications.

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Les huiles d'olive portugaises... Pourquoi font elles partie des meilleures au monde ?

Portuguese olive oils... Why are they among the best in the world?

Just like wine, olive oil can be perceived as a very common product or, on the contrary, as a complex product influenced by olive varieties, terroir, cultivation and production methods, blends... Here are some keys to find your way around.

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Lisbonne I Tourisme d'affaires

Business tourism in Portugal

A trendy destination in Europe, Portugal also hosts an increasing number of corporate events. Accessibility, climate, culture, gastronomy, quality of life and infrastructures are vital assets... Discover them!

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Francesinha I Recette originale du plat de la ville de Porto

The authentic recipe of the famous francesinha

During your stay in Portugal, but especially in Porto, you will not escape the "Francesinha", a typical dish from this city. Discover its origin and its genuine recipe....

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Céramique de Coimbra

Discover the traditional ceramics of Coimbra.

The ceramics of Coimbra, flourishing from the 16th to the 18th century, practically disappeared but find today the place it deserves thanks to some daring craftsmen...

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