25 Actividades increíbles para hacer en Portugal este verano para los nómadas y Startups.

Estamos obsesionados con Portugal y creemos que tú también deberías estarlo.

Ubicado en el borde sudoeste de Europa, Portugal tiene más escarpados paisajes, playas vacías, laderas, ciudades antiguas, castillos de cuento de los que usted pueda imaginar. Ha sido seleccionada como la región emprendedora del año hasta el año pasado. Junto a su ritmo de vida relajado, relativamente bajo costo de vida y conectividad a Internet, no es de extrañar entonces que Portugal se está convirtiendo en un centro europeo para Startups, nómadas digitales, y excelente lugar para trabajadores independientes.

Las tarifas aéreas de América del Norte y en muchas ciudades europeas están cayendo y con Flystein puedes obtener algunas grandes ofertas de vuelos a Lisboa , Oporto, y Faro . Todo lo que tienes que hacer es preguntar. Pero antes de hacerlo, echa un vistazo a la siguiente lista de actividades y haz tu selección.

  1. Empieza con Remote YearRemote Year

    ¿Trabajas remotamente y quieres viajar? entonces necesitas unirte a los chicos de Remote Year en Lisboa, el mejor lugar para trabajar y disfrutar en Europa, para empezar este 2016 tu año remoto iniciando el primero de Agosto.

  2. Cruza el Atlántico con The Digital Nomad CruiseMap: Nomad cruise to Portugal

    Este crucero zarpa desde Cartagena, Colombia el 28 de mayo, llegando a Lisboa el 9 de Junio. Treinta días de vida nómada sobre las olas en el océano a bordo del crucero todo incluído junto a otros 200 nómadas. ¿Curiosidad sobre quien esta abordo o quieres ver donde se encuentra el barco en el mapa en este momento? Nomadbase te dará las respuestas en tiempo real.
    Menciona: «Nomad Cruise» al iniciar tu búsqueda de vuelo a Cartagena desde Lisboa a través de Flystein y obtendrás un descuento del 15% en la tasa de búsqueda!

    Para celebrar la llegada de la  Nomad Cruise, Surf Office será el anfitrión de Nomad Beach Festival el 14 de Junio, todos los nómadas serán muy bien recibidos.

  3. Hit the beaches

    Preguntamos a nuestros amigos de Portugal acerca de las mejores playas por descubrir y aquí están algunas de su lista:

  4. Buceo! Las costas de Azores, Madeira, Sesimbra y Algarve esperan por ti.
    Diving in Portugal

    Créditos: Basheer Tome

    Estás de suerte ya que el verano es la mejor época para el buceo en Portugal de acuerdo al nuevo servicio
    Su interfaz pulidaenumera muchas otras actividades y también da consejos sobre dónde y cuándo ir.

    La extravagante competición de saltos Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series llegará a S. Miguel, Azores, el 9 de Julio.  Las Azores es un hermoso archipiélago volcánico situado en el medio del Océano Atlántico. Estas islas son, sin duda, uno de los últimos paraísos de Europa y con vuelos directos desde Estados Unidos ¿por qué no utilizarlo como una gran parada mientras cruzar el charco?

  5. Find a place where you could work, live and surf at the same timeCo-working in LisbonJoin Surf Office Lisbon – a community driven 24/7 workspace and accommodation in the Cais do SodréLisbon’s coolest riverside neighborhood. These guys know all the best surf spots around by heart.
  6. Admire «The Tall Ships Races» regatta
    The Tall Ships Races in Portugal

    Credit: APORVELA

    Happening in Lisbon on from July 22 – 25, this one-of-a-kind event will highlight the celebration of the 60th anniversary of The Tall Ships Races. If you are not one of the 5,000 crew members then just enjoy the show and don’t forget your camera.

  7. Eat, drink and be merry at the Olhão Seafood Festival and Ílhavo Cod Festival

    Taking place from August 9-14th in the town of Olhão near Faro in the Algarve, the Seafood Festival is the biggest in Europe and attracts over 60,000 visitors every year. Food, wine, music and amazing views make this one of the country’s best gastronomic events. Tickets cost just €9.

    A few days later from August 17-21th, you can enjoy a unique festival devoted to the humble cod fish in Ílhavo. This Cod festival promises cod-related dishes by the bucket, with plenty of regional wines thrown in for good measure.

  8. Get your fill of pasteis de nata
    Pastel de nata
    We can’t get enough of these crisp, flaky pastry Portuguese custard tarts dusted with cinnamon. There’s a reason the queues at Lisbon‘s world-famous Pasteis de Belém snake around the pavement and that’s because the custard tarts there really are the best in the world. If the queues turn you off, go to Manteigaria Fábrica de Pastéis de Nata or simply head to any local cafe or bakery where you’ll find the second best pasteis de nata in the world.
  9. Get caffeinated at the Porto Startup Coffee Meetup
    Porto Coffee Meetup
    Join Porto‘s entrepreneurs and investors for an informal chat at this group’s monthly get-togethers. Looking for a nice cafe with solid wifi and power outlets? Check out the Digital Nomad Café Guide to Lisbon.
  10. Do you work in a cool coworking spaceliberdade229 common area
    Liberdade 229 is a fun and friendly coworking place in the center of  Lisbon with 24/7 access: come, stay and go every day of the year at any hour – you’ll have your own set of keys.
  11. Visit Sintra‘s Fairytale Palace – Palacio da Pena
    Sintra, Portugal
    Perched on top of a mountain with its pink and yellow turrets rising above the lush, green forest, Sintra‘s Palacio da Pena is well worth a day trip. Built in 1842, by King Ferdinand II, an arts, literature and music lover, the palace is an eclectic mix of colors and styles.
  12. Discover ‘The end of the world’ End of the world
    Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point of the European mainland and the spectacular, desolate scenery adds to the allure of the location. Trivia fact: the windswept cliffs of Cabo de Roca were believed to be the edge of the world up until the late 14th century.
  13. Find new friends

    Log onto Nomad Trips and Nomad List to find people like you, near you.

  14. Hang out with the Hacker Paradise in Porto

    The traveling community for developers hits Porto from June 5th to August 27th, 2016.
    All Hacker Paradise members get a 15% discount on a Flystein flight search to any destination.

  15. Experience the Avante! Festival

    Credit: Die Linke

    Taking place from September 2-4th 2016, the Festa do Avante! is as much an icon as the 25th April Bridge and the Christo Rei statue are. This annual music, food and culture festival is put on by the Communist Party. Don’t worry if your politics do not align. This festival attracts everyone from all walks of life and everyone’s welcome.

  16. Live like a local with Trip4Real
    Need some tips on what to do when you’re in Portugal? Trip4Real offers unique locally guided experiences to help you discover life in different European cities.
    All Trip4Real customers get a 15% discount on their first Flystein trip request. All Flystein clients whose search includes a flight to or through Europe will get a 15% discount on their Trip4Real experience.
  17. Head over to the NOS Alive Festival
    Fabrica de Startups
    Taking place only minutes away from the center of Lisbon, NOS Alive is fast becoming one of Europe’s best alternative music festivals. This year’s lineup includes Radiohead, The Chemical Brothers, The Pixies, Robert Plant, the Foals, and Grimes. If you attend just one festival this year, make it this one – where else will you get to see Radiohead and loads of other amazing acts for only €56? We’ll see you there at the Passeio Marítimo de Algés from July 7-9th.
  18. Attend the Fábrica de Startups‘ monthly events
    The Fábrica de Startups hosts several monthly and one of a kind events to get international entrepreneurs together, including The Grid Social and Networking Night (free beer from Sagres!), Entrepreneur’s Breakfast, Fabstart Demo Night and Digital Nomad Meetup.
  19. Go wild celebrating at the Festas dos Santos (Santos populares)

    Throughout the month of June, cities and towns throughout the country hold festivals and parties to celebrate their saints. Lisbon celebrates St. Anthony (São Antonio) on the 12th and 13th of June. Sintra and Evora, among others, celebrate St. Peter (São Pedro) on June 29th. On the longest night of the year, June 23rd, the entire population of Porto hits the streets to celebrate the festival of St. John (São João) – don’t be surprised if you get whacked on the head with a large, inflatable hammer (one of the stranger St John’s Day customs!).

  20. Head to Festival Sudoeste
    Festival Sudoeste
    Festival Sudoeste (Southwest Festival) is a large, 5-day music festival that takes place every August near Zambujeira do Mar, in southern Portugal.  The festival has several stages and this year’s headliners include Steve Aoki, Damian Marley, James Morrison, and Seu Jorge. Pack your tent, your sunscreen, plenty of water, and head on over from August 3-7th.

  21. Rock it up at Super Bock Super Rock 2016

    One of Europe’s biggest and most successful alternative music festivals, this year’s Super Bock Super Rock will be held in Lisbon‘s Parque das Nações from July 14-16th. Iggy Pop, The National and Bloc Party are all confirmed headliners this year.
  22. Recharge your creativity at Southwest Collective’s Offsite ImmersiveSouthwest Collective in Algarve
    Taking place in the Algarve, southern Portugal in September, the SWC invites you to join them to focus, create, learn, play, and unplug in the beautiful town of Guia. Find out more.
  23. Learn how to code with Le Wagon bootcampLe Wagon bootcamp in PortugalLe Wagon is quietly becoming a major coding boot camp in Europe according to Techcrunch. Their 2-month program is in English and starts in Lisbon on June 27th.
  24. Subsidize your trip with Grabr
    Grabr shoppingGot space available in your suitcase? Bring some local flavor to and from Portugal for Grabr shoppers and earn extra cash. It’s that easy.
  25. Move to Portugal!

    Are you already in love with Portugal and curious about staying longer? Learn more about the quality of life, living costs, salaries, places to work from, and much more using Teleport Cities – and get help organizing your move using Teleport Zen.

    Don’t miss out on all these cool things going on in Portugal! Prices are going up for summer travel, so book your flights soon with Flystein and get insanely low airfares and a highly personalized itinerary.