If you’re in Lisbon, it’s worth joining the long line of people queuing at patisseries to buy the famous Portuguese custard tart, Pastéis de Nata. “They go very well with coffee and cinnamon,” says Portugal’s Tourism Minister Rita Marquès.
Despite COVID-19 decimating tourism, the minister is very optimistic about Portugal’s future; “People’s perceptions of the country are of a friendly, inclusive and authentic place, but its also being perceived as fashionable, innovative, and modern. And this is this creates a wow effect,” says Marquès.
“If you are a repeat customer you’ll always have the chance to discover new things”.
This “wow effect” is attracting Digital Nomads to the country and Portugal is
→ Continue reading at Euronews