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About a three-hour drive away from Lisbon lies Porto, the second-largest city in Portugal. While it’s world-renowned for its port wine, Porto also offers many hidden gems to explore and discover throughout the city’s limits.

Sampling the local fare at a destination’s eateries is one of the best ways to dive into the culture and live like a local. But if you want a grittier adventure, a destination’s street food tells a different story.

It’s impossible to talk about Brazil’s culture without acknowledging its history with colonization and the practice of bringing enslaved Africans to the country. But Salvador da Bahia in particular has thrived with the mixing of cultures and celebrating its African

The idea of “paying it forward” may seem like a modern Western concept, but its roots lie in Turkey’s Muslim culture going back centuries. The practice of askida ekmek (bread on a hook or hanger) encourages those with means to

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