In the center of Portugal, Óbidos is one of the most beautiful villages in the country, with a large and well preserved castle crowning it. Óbidos is internationally recognized because of its Chocolate Festival, which for several weeks of the year transforms this medieval town into a genuine showcase of cakes and sweets, a paradise for sweet lovers.

From the 12th to the 16th of August 2015, the city of Ílhavo will host another edition of Sea Feasts that include the mythical Codfish Festival, dedicated to one of the most important ingredients of Portuguese cuisine. 

Porto wine is probably the oldest ambassador for Portugal. Grown on the terraces of Douro, it proudly comes from one of the oldest regions in the world. The city of Porto, a World Heritage City, is the point of entry to the Porto Wine Route and the Douro Valley. From here, Douro and Porto wines are exported worldwide.