3 12 2011

Portugal, its drinks, its food, its tourist sights

In  Portugal , the typical drinks are alcoholic beverages like Moscatel;  it’s a soft golden wine .It is consumed as an aperitif .
The Amarguinha : it’s a bitter almond liqueur . The Ginja alcohol-based cherry is enjoyed as an aperitif , it is very sweet . The Beirao liqueur is a national liqueur made from herbs and it has a slightly aniseed taste . Brandy Mel is a mix of brandy and honey it’s a good after -dinner drink .
The soft drinks include milnote sparkling water , fruit juice ,  lemonade, soda ( Sumol is a typical soda fromPortugal ) ,and coffee is a  must in Portugal .

The typical specialities of Portugal are Port,  it’s an aperitif , Mateus and Lancers are rosé wines ; the typical beers are the Super Bock Abadia , Green , Tango and Stout .

The Brandade is the typical fishdish of Portugal . The typical food in Portugal also includes Bitoque: it’s meat and fries , Bacalhau con migas : it’s cod brandade and cornbread , Frango na pucara :  it’s chicken cooked in the pot ; for the dessert, there’s the Pudim caseiro :  it’s a Portuguese egg custard .
In Portugal the tourist sights are famous . The most famous ones are Se Patriarcal , in Lisbonne , the Tower of Belem : it’s very beautiful and it’s big . I visited the Tower of Belem and I was amazed , it is on the oceanfront .

Garden de Palacio de Cristal is beautiful . In the garden we can see the Dourro and the sea .

In Portugal there are tourist sights all over the country . There are two famous stadiums . They are in Lisbonne;  they’re Estadio da Luz, the stadium of Benfica de Lisbonne and Estadio Jose Avalade XXI, the stadium of Sporting from Lisbonne .