Like many destination marketing organizations around the world, Visit Portugal recently promised to do tourism better: more responsible, more resilient, more sustainable. That’s all well and good, but what does that promised “better tomorrow” mean on a personal level? What changes has this tumultuous year brought? What’s going to be different as the travel and hospitality world gets back on its feet?
I still had a lot of questions. I asked four mavericks for their perspective.
Pedro Franca Pinto
Catarina Inácio The Hotelier: Pedro Franca Pinto, Craveiral Farmhouse
Craveiral is a quietly luxurious rural hotel in the Alentejo countryside with
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