It was recently inaugurated what promises to be one of the great attractions in Portugal in 2021. The 516 Arouca Pedestrian Bridge, the largest suspension bridge in the world, integrated in the already famous Passadiços do Paiva, is a fantastic work that promises to attract the interest of many visitors. We went there and were

This report on portuguese TV, gives a “sniff” of what Pictury Photo Tours can offer, not only in the city of Porto, but in any destination in Portugal. From 1/2 day to 1 day photo tours in Porto, or 1 day photo tours in nearby destinations, but, even better, a Custom Made Photo Tour wherever you want in

Pictury Photo Tours in Portugal is back. Now that Portugal is beginning to open its wonders to the world, after the critical period of the Covid-19 pandemic, here we are ready for you to recover Portugal’s (re)discovery through private photographic tours and travels and tailored to your expectations. Porto, Lisbon, Douro Valley, Ria de Aveiro,

In this interview with the legendary photographer Robert Holmes, Bob was very kind to mention me and the moments that we work together in Porto and Angeiras fishermen harbor last November.

PORTO … Strong Feeling! And… in the end, that big group of photography lovers, some who repeated, some friends, but mostly strangers gave a round of applause. Worth it!   Thank you all for your company, good mood and being so genuine in your thanks, my husband deserves it. We start the photowalk in New

It was a big success the first Harry’s Fisch (from Nomad Photo Expedition) trip to Portugal. Harry invited me to organize his first trip to Portugal that took us to Lisbon – a big thank you to Miguel Helfrich from Lisbon Photo for helping me to prepare this part of the trip – Sintra, Óbidos, Coimbra

Harry Fisch scouting in Porto   I was invited by the spanish travel photographer Harry Fisch, to help him to build the extension to Portugal of his first – SPAIN – From an insider’s point of view. A Very. Special. Trip – a Nomad Photo Expedition organization in April and May 2019. This two events are almost

Ryan, a nice young South Korean guy, had a dream and came to Portugal to realize it. He wanted to surprise his girlfriend Jolly with a surprise wedding proposal in a unique place in the world and chose Porto to do so. But, because he did not know the city yet, he needed help, so

Mary & Kin, a couple from Vancouver, Canada, they wanted to see as much as possible when they were passing through Porto. Unfortunately Mary had a problem with her knee that caused some difficulty to walk. But we did not want them to lose anything to see in Porto, and from there, we spoke with

Announcing Scott Kelby’s 11th Worldwide Photowalk®, the world’s largest Photowalk. The event is happening October 6, 2018 in thousands of cities all over the world. I invite you to come to the one that I’ll leader in Porto city.   See here the details: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/walk/porto-cant-miss-it/

“Bem hajam!” (This expression so Portuguese and so little used is my favorite to thank). I can not help but write a few words after this tour that despite the rain (and, maybe, so) went so well. All the participants maintained their good mood and joy, as if it were a radiant sun. I felt

Of course, there can’t be only 7 reasons to visit and photograph Porto. There are so many and so good reasons that it was not possible here and now to list them all. It is, therefore, that we suggest “only” these 7 that already justify a visit that is a delight not only for photographers as for

Pictury Photo Tours is crossing borders in the company of my friends Ugo Cei from Italy and Ralph Velasco from the USA, great photographers and Photo Tour international leaders who have been kind enough to interview me recently. You can listen below and follow us at www.picturyphototours.com TTIM 126 – José Manuel Santos in Porto

Oporto’s Winter Sun From the narrow balcony I feel the sun invade me. With eyes closed I see this beautiful city. The tower, of Teixeira de Pascoaes, arises proudly: “Oporto squeezed up”.   We descend the precious staircase lined with stained glass that leads to the street. Let’s start our crusade of accidental tourists. First