• Portugal | Life, People and Culture

    Amazing images from Portugal. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/missIanablog Follow us on: http://www.dietandi.com/ GOOGLE PLUS: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EphigeniaStamate/posts PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/ephigenia77/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Ephigenia77 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Diet-and-I/478002492262797

    published: 04 Nov 2014
  • Portugal and the Portuguese

    In this video I talk about the amazing country Portugal and the Portuguese people. I hope you enjoy it :) instagram: @VictoriaFlamel

    published: 17 Nov 2015
  • Things I love about Portuguese culture

    http://preparetoserve.com/PORTUGAL Things I love about Portuguese culture. Portuguese culture is amazing.

    published: 11 Dec 2015
  • Interesting facts about Portuguese culture

    http://preparetoserve.com/PORTUGAL Interesting facts about Portuguese culture.

    published: 11 Jul 2014
  • Portugal: Beauty, History & Culture - Atlantic Estates

    A beautiful short film depicting the amazing beauty and culture of Portugal, including beaches, castles, nightlife, history and more. Produced by the Portugal Tourism Office and presented by APEMIP.

    published: 04 Nov 2009
  • Culture Exposed Episode 2 - Portugal

    Second Episode of Culture Exposed!!! Learn about Portuguese culture with our guest Michael Lucas! Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6uecD8SmnJVZd90IPWR4A Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt910-PTRl3jHPsVcpDoLUe474OsPY02H&feature=mh_lolz Get on our show cultureexposed3@gmail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EagleIIIFilms Twitter https://twitter.com/Hrozno Three questions asked today: 1. Are mustaches a fashion trend? 2. Are Portuguese lazy/late? 3. How to get a Ronaldo for the U.S.? Don't forget to rate, share, like and subscribe!!! Thank you for your support and see you next Monday :D For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages: http://ChannelPages.com/eagle3films

    published: 26 May 2014
  • Did you know? - Portugal - Portuguese Business Culture video

    http://businessculture.org/southern-europe/business-culture-in-portugal/ Did you know about Business culture in Portugal? Learn some of the interesting facts about: population, geography, time zone, language matters, internship, work experience, social media guide, perceived public sector corruption, internet penetration, country domain name extension, and where you can get more information from -- namely Passport to Trade 2.0 project website http://businessculture.org This project aims to help students looking for placements abroad as well as businesses thinking about new trade links. Passport to Trade 2.0 project is developed by an international team represented by organisations from the following European countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Rumania, Italy...

    published: 24 Sep 2013
  • People Of Portugal

    Here is a video from a winter vacation in Algarve & Lisbon. Lisbon shots were made on the 31th Dec. 2011 & 1th Jan. 2012. Everything was shot on a Canon 7d (60p / 125 shutter & then conformed to 24p) + Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 (95% of the shots) + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 Lens (a couple of wide shots)

    published: 09 Jan 2012
  • Portugal's Arabic Influences

    Portugal has many Arabic and Islamic influences especially when it comes to history and architecture. Sheri Jamkhou reports from Lisbon.

    published: 25 Jul 2012
  • This is our place, our culture! Portugal

    Grundtvig learning partnership, 2011 - 2013. This is us! Our place, our culture! eco@culture.eu / EU platform for inter-generational learning and volunteering through & for culture and ecology 2nd meeting, Gondomar/Porto, Portugal, 11th - 15th of March 2013. Theme: recycling - reusing of oil and composting Junta de Freguesia de Gondomar (S. Cosme) Universidade Sénior de Gondoma Production: PMP Studio!

    published: 01 Apr 2013
  • 4 Cultural Differences (Portuguese vs. German) - TES #20

    True Erasmus Stories (TES) - Episode 20 - 4 Cultural Differences (Portuguese vs. German) As part of any exchange the confrontation with cultural differences many times has a big impact on us. This week I´m talking about 4 cultural differences I see between Portuguese and Germans since I´m here. Mainly Punctuality, Enjoying Life, Bureaucracy and Food. Please keep in mind that cultural differences are something wonderful that can teach us many things about ourselves and this is just a piece of entertainment not a fixed analysis of cultures ;) Follow me if you like on: FB: www.facebook.com/PatrickDoodtFilms Instagram: @Patrick.Doodt Twitter: @PatrickDoodt or have a look at my website for business related questions: www.patrickdoodt.com

    published: 12 Dec 2015
  • Portugal: Powerful history, exceptional cuisine, cinematic scenery

    Despite its small size historic Portugal was a real conquering nation and a major economic, political and military power. In the Age of Discovery they divided the world into two with Spain and strongly influenced world history. Their colonial empire lasted about 600 years - enough time to spread their language that by today is spoken by 260 million people in 9 countries [thanks for the correction in the comments, Adelino]. Medieval castles, peaceful cobblestone villages, world-famous wine, delicious and affordable seafood, delightful cities, brilliant beaches and warm weather are only some elements that make a visit to Portugal so exciting. As they traveled a lot, they introduced chili to India, peanuts to South East Asia, tempura to Japan and battered fish to the UK. The Portuguese brou...

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • A Perfect Storm of Portuguese Culture

    Just as I was an expert picnicker as a young backpacker, I’m realizing older backpackers — who are packing a little extra taste and money — find themselves seeking out wine-bar "picnics," delightful plates of fine local cheeses and meats to match the local wine. Wine bars are popular all over Mediterranean Europe these days. Here’s a video clip of one I really enjoyed in Lisbon. Lisbon Winery Wine Bar and Tapas is a new and casual little hole-in-the-wall with a passion for the best wines, cheeses, and meats — finger food served on a slab of wood or slate with a thoughtful explanation. Along with its quality local ingredients, it has cork walls, a 500-year-old cistern under glass flooring, and fado music playing; it’s a perfect storm of Portuguese culture. Alex, a sommelier, is evangelica...

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • La vie quotidienne au Portugal (partie 1)

    Il y a le ciel, le soleil et la mer… Pour beaucoup, le Portugal rime avec vacances. Mais pour les Français installés là-bas, le pays est le cadre de la vie de tous les jours, avec ses avantages et ses inconvénients. Experts et expatriés vous le raconte. Sylvain Grasset – Architecte Associé – Matelier Architecto : Moi, ça fait dix ans que j’habite ici c’est vraiment un plaisir. Par rapport à quand je travaillais en France, je travaille plus de faite et pourtant, j’ai l’impression d’avoir plus de vie privée. Plus de temps, parce que justement en dehors du travail, on peut sortir dans les rues, occuper les places, rester plus longtemps dans l’année dehors et puis le week-end en vingt minutes aller à la mer. Et puis on a un petit peu l’impression d’être en grandes vacances toute sa vie. On l...

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • Visiting Lisbon, Portugal, Travel, Culture, Nightlife and 1000bhp Supra HO'S TV #101

    About Us: Dad & Jr. Adventure, Fun, Fitness and More, content usually directed by Jr. , edited & produced by dad! Make sure to subscribe to our channel to catch our daily adventures as we document our father & son journey together. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_MVQAiqA8IB6B_j6TERwYg Description: HO'S LIFE #101, I head out to Lisbon, Portugal to catch up with my long term school friend! Also get a glimpse of his long awaited 1000bhp Toyota Supra. This place is magical! Great food, great people, great company! Amazing time. Music by: Robin schulz: https://www.youtube.com/user/robin37987 Hot Natured: Benediction: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC09U_y6Ygj7zB_LHPUguJvw Connect with ME on: (Until Jr. turns 16): SNAPCHAT @kykitho FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kevinkitho TWITTER...

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Portugal Tourism Official Video - Mosteiros - Art and Culture

    published: 14 Nov 2013
Portugal | Life, People and Culture

Portugal | Life, People and Culture

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Amazing images from Portugal. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/missIanablog Follow us on: http://www.dietandi.com/ GOOGLE PLUS: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EphigeniaStamate/posts PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/ephigenia77/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Ephigenia77 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Diet-and-I/478002492262797
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Portugal and the Portuguese

Portugal and the Portuguese

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  • Updated: 17 Nov 2015
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In this video I talk about the amazing country Portugal and the Portuguese people. I hope you enjoy it :) instagram: @VictoriaFlamel
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Things I love about Portuguese culture

Things I love about Portuguese culture

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2015
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http://preparetoserve.com/PORTUGAL Things I love about Portuguese culture. Portuguese culture is amazing.
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Interesting facts about Portuguese culture

Interesting facts about Portuguese culture

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  • Updated: 11 Jul 2014
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http://preparetoserve.com/PORTUGAL Interesting facts about Portuguese culture.
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Portugal:  Beauty, History & Culture - Atlantic Estates

Portugal: Beauty, History & Culture - Atlantic Estates

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  • Updated: 04 Nov 2009
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A beautiful short film depicting the amazing beauty and culture of Portugal, including beaches, castles, nightlife, history and more. Produced by the Portugal Tourism Office and presented by APEMIP.
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Culture Exposed Episode 2 - Portugal

Culture Exposed Episode 2 - Portugal

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  • Updated: 26 May 2014
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Second Episode of Culture Exposed!!! Learn about Portuguese culture with our guest Michael Lucas! Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6uecD8SmnJVZd90IPWR4A Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt910-PTRl3jHPsVcpDoLUe474OsPY02H&feature=mh_lolz Get on our show cultureexposed3@gmail.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EagleIIIFilms Twitter https://twitter.com/Hrozno Three questions asked today: 1. Are mustaches a fashion trend? 2. Are Portuguese lazy/late? 3. How to get a Ronaldo for the U.S.? Don't forget to rate, share, like and subscribe!!! Thank you for your support and see you next Monday :D For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages: http://ChannelPages.com/eagle3films
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Did you know? - Portugal - Portuguese Business Culture video

Did you know? - Portugal - Portuguese Business Culture video

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  • Updated: 24 Sep 2013
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http://businessculture.org/southern-europe/business-culture-in-portugal/ Did you know about Business culture in Portugal? Learn some of the interesting facts about: population, geography, time zone, language matters, internship, work experience, social media guide, perceived public sector corruption, internet penetration, country domain name extension, and where you can get more information from -- namely Passport to Trade 2.0 project website http://businessculture.org This project aims to help students looking for placements abroad as well as businesses thinking about new trade links. Passport to Trade 2.0 project is developed by an international team represented by organisations from the following European countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Rumania, Italy and the United Kingdom (UK): Salford Business School, University of Salford, (United Kingdom) • Aleksej Heinze • Alex FentonElena Vasilieva URENIO research unit at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) • Christina Kakderi • Nitsa Papadopoulou TSE Entre, a research centre of Turku School of Economics, University of Turku (Finland) • Elisa AkolaSatu Aaltonen Institute for Information Systems Research at University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany) • Petra SchubertVerena Hausmann • Susan P. Williams Valahia University of Targoviste (Romania) • Leonardo Badea • Adriana Grigorescu and 3 SME international business support organisations representatives: SPIN - (Italy) • Carmine Antonio Donato • Dorella De Tommaso Technology Development and Innovation -- TDI Ltd (Bulgaria) • Milanka Slavova TIS Praha (Czech Republic) • Anna Klosova • Richard Adekeye Passport to Trade 2.0 project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/passporttotrade2 Twitter - #P2T2 - https://twitter.com/Passport2Trade Salford Business School http://www.salford.ac.uk/business-school
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People Of Portugal

People Of Portugal

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  • Updated: 09 Jan 2012
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Here is a video from a winter vacation in Algarve & Lisbon. Lisbon shots were made on the 31th Dec. 2011 & 1th Jan. 2012. Everything was shot on a Canon 7d (60p / 125 shutter & then conformed to 24p) + Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 (95% of the shots) + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 Lens (a couple of wide shots)
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Portugal's Arabic Influences

Portugal's Arabic Influences

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2012
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Portugal has many Arabic and Islamic influences especially when it comes to history and architecture. Sheri Jamkhou reports from Lisbon.
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This is our place, our culture! Portugal

This is our place, our culture! Portugal

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  • Updated: 01 Apr 2013
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Grundtvig learning partnership, 2011 - 2013. This is us! Our place, our culture! eco@culture.eu / EU platform for inter-generational learning and volunteering through & for culture and ecology 2nd meeting, Gondomar/Porto, Portugal, 11th - 15th of March 2013. Theme: recycling - reusing of oil and composting Junta de Freguesia de Gondomar (S. Cosme) Universidade Sénior de Gondoma Production: PMP Studio!
https://wn.com/This_Is_Our_Place,_Our_Culture_Portugal
4 Cultural Differences (Portuguese vs. German) - TES #20

4 Cultural Differences (Portuguese vs. German) - TES #20

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  • Updated: 12 Dec 2015
  • views: 2164
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True Erasmus Stories (TES) - Episode 20 - 4 Cultural Differences (Portuguese vs. German) As part of any exchange the confrontation with cultural differences many times has a big impact on us. This week I´m talking about 4 cultural differences I see between Portuguese and Germans since I´m here. Mainly Punctuality, Enjoying Life, Bureaucracy and Food. Please keep in mind that cultural differences are something wonderful that can teach us many things about ourselves and this is just a piece of entertainment not a fixed analysis of cultures ;) Follow me if you like on: FB: www.facebook.com/PatrickDoodtFilms Instagram: @Patrick.Doodt Twitter: @PatrickDoodt or have a look at my website for business related questions: www.patrickdoodt.com
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Portugal: Powerful history, exceptional cuisine, cinematic scenery

Portugal: Powerful history, exceptional cuisine, cinematic scenery

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2016
  • views: 1165
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Despite its small size historic Portugal was a real conquering nation and a major economic, political and military power. In the Age of Discovery they divided the world into two with Spain and strongly influenced world history. Their colonial empire lasted about 600 years - enough time to spread their language that by today is spoken by 260 million people in 9 countries [thanks for the correction in the comments, Adelino]. Medieval castles, peaceful cobblestone villages, world-famous wine, delicious and affordable seafood, delightful cities, brilliant beaches and warm weather are only some elements that make a visit to Portugal so exciting. As they traveled a lot, they introduced chili to India, peanuts to South East Asia, tempura to Japan and battered fish to the UK. The Portuguese brought cinnamon from Sri Lanka, piri piri from Africa, salt dried cod from Newfoundland and sweet oranges to Europe. They even helped to make tea popular in England. In one day you can see almost all of its beautiful countryside: From the green mountains of the North covered with vine, trees and rocks, to the remarkable slopes and falls in the centre, the desert-like landscape in the Alentejo region to the enchanting beaches in the Algarve of the South. 900 years of history make Portugal one of the oldest nations in Europe and the capital, Lisbon, even older than Rome. Located on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and River Tagus, Lisbon is an extremely important container port and plays a major role in European media, arts, trade, commerce and finance. Take a ride in 19th century tram system, dive into the history of its stunning architecture, the many museums, galleries and the Bertrand Bookstore, the oldest in the world, that used to be the center of Lisbon’s intellectual and artistic scene. Drive along the longest bridge in Europe with the tuneful name of Vasco da Gama - the perfect invitation to drive further, next to the 800 kilometers of Atlantic coastline. Towards the North, don’t miss Porto, the second-largest city and former European Cultural Capital, full of music and arts. Many famous musicians came from the area, and Portugal’s culturally essential Fado is best perceived here. Fado expresses an often fateful, resigned and melancholic world view and attitude. Out of the city you want to visit the Douro valley hillsides, one of the world’s oldest established wine producing regions and the only place where the grapes of the globally appreciated Port wine are grown. There’s so much more to learn about the local culture, life and traditions. Stray with us through its old-fashioned villages, explore its history, fall in love with its amazing scenery and enjoy Portugal’s outstanding seafood. Our local experts and mentors will make you want to stay in this endlessly fascinating place. Join us this summer in Portugal: http://beonboard.org/portugal Credits (music, images): https://gist.github.com/Naii/dde9723e4799a7c816ae4dec3f7bad65#file-beonboard-org-portugal-2016-txt
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A Perfect Storm of Portuguese Culture

A Perfect Storm of Portuguese Culture

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Just as I was an expert picnicker as a young backpacker, I’m realizing older backpackers — who are packing a little extra taste and money — find themselves seeking out wine-bar "picnics," delightful plates of fine local cheeses and meats to match the local wine. Wine bars are popular all over Mediterranean Europe these days. Here’s a video clip of one I really enjoyed in Lisbon. Lisbon Winery Wine Bar and Tapas is a new and casual little hole-in-the-wall with a passion for the best wines, cheeses, and meats — finger food served on a slab of wood or slate with a thoughtful explanation. Along with its quality local ingredients, it has cork walls, a 500-year-old cistern under glass flooring, and fado music playing; it’s a perfect storm of Portuguese culture. Alex, a sommelier, is evangelical about the wide variety of Portuguese wines and ports he serves and how they complement the tasty ingredients. Just tell him your budget and he’ll work within it. I recommend two people pay €20 each for a complete array of cheeses, meats, and wines (daily 12:00-24:00, Rua da Barroca 13 in Bairro Alto, tel. 218-260-132, www.lisbonwinery.com). Cap your experience by tossing a cork into the cistern. Manteigaria Fábrica de Pastéis de Nata is simply the best place in town for Pastel de Nata — everyone’s favorite local pastry. The key here: they only serve one treat and constantly churn the lovable little €1 custard pies out of the oven. You eat it not reheated warm...but original “hot-out-of-the-oven” warm. While here, enjoy a look at the busy little kitchen (on Rua Loreto just off Praça Camões, daily until 24:00). (This is Day 4 of my 100 Days in Europe series. As I research my guidebooks and make new TV shows, I’m reporting on my experiences and lessons learned in Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Romania, and beyond. Find more at blog.ricksteves.com.)
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La vie quotidienne au Portugal (partie 1)

La vie quotidienne au Portugal (partie 1)

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Il y a le ciel, le soleil et la mer… Pour beaucoup, le Portugal rime avec vacances. Mais pour les Français installés là-bas, le pays est le cadre de la vie de tous les jours, avec ses avantages et ses inconvénients. Experts et expatriés vous le raconte. Sylvain Grasset – Architecte Associé – Matelier Architecto : Moi, ça fait dix ans que j’habite ici c’est vraiment un plaisir. Par rapport à quand je travaillais en France, je travaille plus de faite et pourtant, j’ai l’impression d’avoir plus de vie privée. Plus de temps, parce que justement en dehors du travail, on peut sortir dans les rues, occuper les places, rester plus longtemps dans l’année dehors et puis le week-end en vingt minutes aller à la mer. Et puis on a un petit peu l’impression d’être en grandes vacances toute sa vie. On le voit, l’excellente qualité de vie au Portugal est à la hauteur de sa réputation. Avec 300 jours de soleil par an, des paysages magnifiques, un pays relié au sein de l’Europe, une capitale cosmopolite à taille humaine avec des infrastructures modernes… Tout participe à la douceur de vivre, loin du stress. Nicole – restauratrice – Comptoir Parisien : C’est un tout en fait, on ne peut pas… C’est le vécu au quotidien. Il n’y a pas le stress qu’on peut avoir à Paris, parce que moi, je viens de Paris. Mais, tout est plus facile. L’Algarve pour sa nature, Lisbonne pour sa culture… Le Portugal parle au cœur. Même si la capitale a beaucoup changé ces deux dernières années du fait d’un tourisme florissant, le sentiment reste le même. Florent Hilaire – Directeur des Partenariats – Groupama Seguros : Ce qui frappe en arrivant à Lisbonne, de mon point de vue c’est la beauté. La lumière. C’est à la fois beau et plein de contraste entre l’ancien et le moderne, entre le chic et le plus modeste, entre le business et le familial et tout ceci dans un cadre merveilleux parce que vous avez des quantités de jardins et de parc. Vous avez des belvédères qui vous permettent d’avoir des vues somptueuses sans compter les musées et tout le patrimoine historique religieux, églises et monastères que tout le monde connaît bien sûr. Moins foisonnante qu’en France, l’offre culturelle à Lisbonne n’a pourtant pas à rougir. Expositions, concerts, théâtres et festivals se multiplient. Dans d’autres régions, le folklore traditionnel est aussi très présent. Frédéric Ibanez – Président Alphatard : En ce qui concerne la culture et la préservation de ses racines, les Portugais savent faire. Dans le nord, il y a énormément de groupe folklorique et des fêtes dans les villages, surtout en août et effectivement l’activité culturelle au niveau du chant et folklore est extrêmement développé. En Algarve, beaucoup de fêtes style brésilien dans les rues, sur le bord des plages parce que le climat s’y prête beaucoup plus. Qui dit culture dit aussi nourriture ! Là aussi, le Portugal est loin d’être en reste. Julien Letratre – Associé de la franchise Kayser : La gastronomie classique, simple au Portugal est top ! Bon produit, recettes simples, portions généreuses donc c’est très agréable. Ils ont de bons fromages, ils ont de très bons vins assez spécifiques mais très intéressant qui se vendent à des prix beaucoup plus raisonnables. Ils ont des fruits et des légumes formidables. Ils ont un poisson incroyable et ils ont un savoir-faire dans la cuisson du poisson qui est vraiment top. Pleine de couleur, de chaleur, la qualité de vie au Portugal est aussi dûe à la gentillesse de la population locale, dont l’accueil est plébiscité. Un bémol cependant… L’intégration n’est pas si facile qu’elle en a l’air. Laurent Marionnet – Directeur Général de la CCI Luso-française : Je crois que la bonne façon de s’intégrer dans un pays, c’est d’aller vers les gens qui habitent ce pays. Donc ici, c’est vrai que ce ne sont pas forcément les Portugais qui viendront vers les Français. Ils sont très accueillants, ils sont souriants, ils vont vous renseigner quand il y a besoin d’informations. Malgré tout, après, pour rentrer dans des vrais cercles d’amis, il faut faire des efforts. Il ne faut pas oublier que la culture portugaise reste très familiale et que les gens, finalement sortent assez peu et reste en famille. Pour gagner l’affection des Portugais, rien de mieux que de s’intéresser à leurs coutumes. Cela nécessite aussi de passer par l’apprentissage de la langue. Même si la population a bien des atouts de ce côté-là. Pascale SchneiderCEO & Co Founder Raffi’s Bagel : Tous les portugais de plus de 50 ans vous parleront extrêmement bien français parce qu’ils ont tous appris le français en première langue à l’école. Les moins de 50 ans feront l’effort de vous parler français parce qu’ils sont extrêmement doués pour les langues. Un autre aspect de la vie au Portugal, c’est la sécurité. 5e pays les plus sûrs du monde, l’élément est loin d’être négligeable par les temps qui courent...
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Visiting Lisbon, Portugal, Travel, Culture, Nightlife and 1000bhp Supra HO'S TV #101

Visiting Lisbon, Portugal, Travel, Culture, Nightlife and 1000bhp Supra HO'S TV #101

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About Us: Dad & Jr. Adventure, Fun, Fitness and More, content usually directed by Jr. , edited & produced by dad! Make sure to subscribe to our channel to catch our daily adventures as we document our father & son journey together. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_MVQAiqA8IB6B_j6TERwYg Description: HO'S LIFE #101, I head out to Lisbon, Portugal to catch up with my long term school friend! Also get a glimpse of his long awaited 1000bhp Toyota Supra. This place is magical! Great food, great people, great company! Amazing time. Music by: Robin schulz: https://www.youtube.com/user/robin37987 Hot Natured: Benediction: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC09U_y6Ygj7zB_LHPUguJvw Connect with ME on: (Until Jr. turns 16): SNAPCHAT @kykitho FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kevinkitho TWITTER: http://twitter.com/kykitho INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kit_k_ho Thank you!
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Portugal Tourism Official Video - Mosteiros - Art and Culture

Portugal Tourism Official Video - Mosteiros - Art and Culture

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2013
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