UEFA Champions League Finals in Lisbon   Now it is official, the UEFA Champions League Finals in Lisbon, Portugal, the announcement was made by UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin himself, this Wednesday, after the meeting of the organisation’s Executive Committee.     In Lisbon it will be the final of eight Champions League games, with seven games, with the quarter-finals and

Benagil Cave in the Algarve After so much insistence and doubts about the cave of Benagil in the Algarve in Portugal, we will unveil a little about this beautiful cave that became famous all over the world, many for the countless photos that were shared on social networks all over the world. Benagil, a cave that hides a beautiful golden

Jubilee Year in Santiago de Compostela 2021 After such a difficult year for everyone that is being 2020, the next year will be a year of joy and faith. The best example of this would be the Jubilee year in Santiago de Compostela 2021. In 2021, the Jubilee year will be celebrated in Santiago de Compostela, a celebration that happens

Safe tourism in Portugal Now that practically all monuments in Portugal are open to the public, safe tourism in Portugal is imperative even though they still live in the Pandemia created by Covid 19, Walkborder guarantees its customers and friends the same high quality Private Tourism with all security conditions. We have the seal Clean and Safe do Turismo de

The Clean & Safe Seal of Portugal Tourism was born, due to the scourge of the moment SARS-CoV-2, where the Tourism area retains more concern for the safety of our visitors and according to the Directorate-General for Health Portugal Tourism creates this seal in which Walkborder Tours joined immediately to continue to receive its customers and friends in a safe

Chapel of Bones in Évora, undoubtedly an extremely intriguing place in Évora, in the Alentejo region, that you cannot miss visiting in Portugal. History of the Chapel of Bones in Évora   In the 16th century Évora, cemeteries were much smaller, although Évora had many (about 40), built on the initiative of three Franciscan monks with the aim of representing