7 delicious landscapes to savor Caceres at your own pace

In Extremadura, the landscape is linked to gastronomy and gastronomy is linked to the landscape. With aromas of rosemary, rockrose, thyme, lavender, and a thousand herbs that are steeped in the essence of their dishes. It has hints of acorns, countryside delights, green pastures and clear streams flowing down from snowy peaks.

Hints of chestnuts, olives, tomatoes and sweet and tasty fruits observed from a bird’s (or rather vulture’s) eye view. Flavors of nature that permeate Caceres’ meat, sausages and cheeses, from Las Hurdes to Tierra de Barros, through the Valleys of Jerte and Ibor, through the plains or the water of La Serena, or even the Banks of the Guadiana river, the Sierra de Gata, Villuercas and the thousand Meadows appearing on the horizon.

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Carnival food: sweets and desserts that don’t need a costume to stand out

>Even though you might have not recovered from nougats, marzipan and all different Christmas specialties, it’s already time for Carnival food! Those with a sweet tooth will enjoy this feast of joy, color, fun in abundance, humor, and desserts. There are so many to choose from that it is almost impossible to try them all. Tortillas, corrusquillos, cakes, tanguillos, perronillas, orejuelas, huesillos, fried milk, filloas and, of course, the most delicate of all, fried flowers. However, there are still many more. Is your mouth already watering? Below you will find out more about these Carnival sweets and desserts that don’t need a costume to stand out. Indulge yourself for few days before the start of Lent with these sweet delights. Sin first, diet later!

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Things to do in Lisbon: 5 secrets to (re)visit this magic place

The Portuguese capital is one of those special places that, once visited, is never forgotten. You’ll want to go back over and over again to find new things to do in Lisbon: get lost in its streets, take its trams, climb its hills knowing you will find the reward of amazing views at the top or stop and have a coffee and some of those lovely custard tarts known as Pastéis de Belem…

Lisbon is also a city full of secrets and hidden wonders, whether you discover them by coincidence when you go off the path set out in the guidebook or you head straight there. Could you do with some suggestions? Here are 5 Lisbon secrets for travel Lisbon on your next trip.

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