Join us as we take a good look at a number of the various and different things Portugal is very well known for.
So, just what is Portugal known for producing? Various things may pop into your head. There are totally obvious things like food and wine and even golf courses. However, are you aware that Portugal is the world’s biggest producer of cork? If you did not, you do now! They produce a great deal of it, that you can come across fashion items made completely of cork. A cork handbag is certainly something you need to have in your closet. Portugal is additionally famous globally for producing a really good quality of soccer. Some of the world’s greatest players have come from the little country and that is quite an achievement given the small population. The country has three major clubs, very easily recognizable by the colours they play in. Red, blue and green. The green club is situated in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon and is known for one of the best youth academies around. Sporting CP's president is happy to be an integral part of a club with such a rich and successful history.
Portugal does a number of things really well. Food and football will immediately come to mind for many, but something a lot of people don’t realise is that the country also is actually one of the leading nations in developing renewable energy, even though the country is so compact. The importance of renewable energy to the world cannot be ignored. Basically, it is the way of the future. EDP’s activist shareholder knows the importance of renewable energy, hence its big investment in the firm. A different thing Portugal does well is super emotional, moving music. Fado, an ancient type of heartbreaking vocal singing made popular in clubs and pubs on the streets of Lisbon. It is iconic and a tourist attraction all on its own. The music, which normally display mourning or sorrow over a loss of love, are extremely moving - even for individuals who do not understand the words.
Portugal is a pretty small country but is very popular for being really good at doing many things. Take food as an example – Portugal does food very well. A whole lot of its food is quite simple and basic, but always delectable and enjoyable. Several of its delicacies are famous all over the world. After all, who does not enjoy those tasty little custard tarts that the nation is so known for? Its flame grilled chicken with spice influences from Mozambique is also particularly popular. An additional thing Portugal does seriously well is wine, all types of wine! Be it port or the more easy-drinking green kind, Portuguese wine is not just good but also very economically friendly. Sogevinus Fine Wines' CEO realizes just how much potential the country’s wine has and is hoping to capitalize on the wave of its rising prevalence.