The city that never sleeps is home for a huge variation of cultures, people and specially trend spots where you will love to pass some quality time. Known for its food and nice people, is also Portugal and of course portuguese people, all over the world.
From New York City with all portuguese passion here are the best portuguese spots to explore at the Big Apple.
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It’s as easy as arrive, shower, sleep, prepare and check out. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
In the most multicultural city of all world you will find a bit of all countries in a very contemporary way. If you are looking for a place to stay while your attending the New York Design Week. Here are a list of the Best Design Hotels in New York, where you can relax and sleep, or take the best of the over all view. More Information
Tribeca is a trendy neighborhood in New York city and is known for a few things, like wealthy people, Robert DeNiro, and strollers. Take a look at the best bars in Tribeca, here, and enjoy a nice drink in really good company.
The most temptingly delicious cup cakes in Barcelona.
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Located in rural Alentejo, Portugal in the Sado River natural reserve, the CasasNaAreia is a tranquil hotel that blends the line between the indoors and the outdoors with its whimsical sandy floors.
Designed by architects Aires Mateus, this gorgeous retreat takes old masonry buildings and turns them into new, contemporary structures set upon the sand. Creating a delicate balance between the natural landscape and modern architecture, Aires Mateus’ design is able to evoke a poetic visual and visceral experience from its inhabitants.
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The Serengeti House is situated just along the slopes of Sasakwa Hill and is reserved only for exclusive use. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]