Portugal imported the Spanish tradition of tapas and, all over the country, there are spaces where you can “tapear” with friends in a relaxed atmosphere.
To accompany a drink in the late afternoon or for a dinner with friends with no time to finish, tapas are an excellent option. “Tapear” is a great way to try out different types of food while enjoying some quality time and lots of conversation with family or friends.
Although it is the most popular gastronomic experience in Spain, tapas have been imported to countries all over the world and Portugal is no exception. From north to south of the country there are several spaces where you can “tape” and try various Spanish and national snacks.
Tapas restaurants from north to south of the country
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