Each year, the Andrew Harper Collection is meticulously revised and updated. In 2021, we made significant upgrades to enhance our hotel and restaurant listings.
Wine tourism is not as developed in the Dao as it is in the Douro Valley, but more and more quintas, or estates, are now set up to receive visitors.
Sparsely populated and known for its excellent cheeses, wines and woolen goods, Serra da Estrela comes as a wonderful surprise to visitors.
Portugal is a rewarding destination, yet much of it remains under the radar. On this trip, our editor explores central Portugal, including the Dao River Valley.
On a recent trip to Portugal, our editor decided to do something almost no one ever does: Explore Faro, the region's largest city. It proved delightful.
Central Portugal has maintained its traditional small-scale agriculture, so the quality of its produce is superb. Here are seven restaurants our editor enjoyed.
Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
Each year, our editors discover hotels and resorts that are notable in specific ways. Here are the highlights from 12 months of tireless travel.
Evaluating the world's best hotels is great, but it's just as delightful to test out top restaurants. Of the hundreds we tried, these were the best.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
Follow in the footsteps of our editors. Covering Africa and Asia, the American South and the Southwest, these are our top 10 itineraries of 2019.
A hotel revolution is taking place in Portugal's countryside. We visited three luxury properties there, in the Douro Valley, the Alentejo and Comporta.
On a recent spring visit to Lisbon, we checked out a few intimate hotels, each promising historical resonance, contemporary flair and five-star accommodations.
Portuguese cuisine is hearty, honest and delicious. On a recent trip to Lisbon, we had a number of dining experiences worth sharing. Here are six.
The greatest pleasure of shopping in Lisbon is that the big brands haven’t taken over the retail scene, allowing independent local talent to shine.
Portugal’s second city is famed for its well-preserved medieval core, baroque churches and graceful bridges, but it's also a hub of contemporary architecture.
Porto’s fine-dining scene lacks the kaleidoscope of options you’ll find in Lisbon, but it's catching up. Here are a few places we enjoyed during a recent visit.
On a recent visit, we scoped out intimate hotel options in Lisbon and traveled to the countryside to investigate new properties there.
Described as Portugal’s “chicest beach retreat,” Comporta is a sophisticated escape near Lisbon. Here's how to spend a perfect day there.
Portugal’s capital has more than its fair share of independent jewel-box shops set in beautiful historic buildings. These are my favorite things to bring home.
With 150 Portuguese wines and a friendly, knowledgeable host, the rustic Winebar do Castelo, in the Alfama, proved quite the surprise.
Amid the cork groves of the Setúbal Peninsula is a newly renovated 17th-century estate house: Hotel Casa Palmela. Here is a look inside.
One of Portugal’s most exciting wineries, Villa Oeiras, is close to Lisbon, and Mr. Harper highly recommends a private tour.
Lisbon's many hills have allowed the city to create numerous miradouros, or viewpoints, around its center, which offer stupendous vistas.
Numerous stores in Lisbon sell azulejos, both hand-painted and factory-made. Here is a selection of the best places to purchase the tiles.
Watch Mr. Harper's video from Lisbon, where he stayed at a number of smart new heritage hotels.
Fado is Portugal’s great contribution to music. While in Lisbon, we tried two contrasting but equally memorable venues.
Residents of Lisbon escape to the Setúbal Peninsula, where there are notable wineries, beautiful beaches and medieval castles to tour.
One of the loveliest wine regions in Portugal is Setúbal, less than an hour south of central Lisbon.
Wine lovers should consider a visit to the Setúbal Peninsula, home to several wineries, gently rolling vineyards and a dramatic coastline.