An unusual pop-up museum in Lisbon is delighting social media-focused visitors with colourful and dreamy displays of giant ice-creams and all thing sweet.
An online petition is calling for the old bust to be returned.
Hungry goats are on the front line of Portugal's efforts to avoid a repeat of the deadly wildfires that swept through the country a year ago.
They can travel thousands of kilometres and spend up to the thousands in euros, all to support their teams. Euronews chatted with a Portuguese superfan who is rooting for his team.
The 2018 World Press Cartoon event has been held in Portugal and for the first time a woman has won the coveted Grand Prix award
Your team not going to the 2018 World Cup? You want to become a fan of another team? You know your friends, but you want to get to know your enemies? Learn to love them? Euronews can help with our basic toolkit for the Portuguese national team.
A passenger who was taken off a plane because of his 'horror' stench earlier this month has died due to necrosis.
The issue has divided the country pitching politics against faith.
The club has condemned the 'acts of vandalism and aggression' after the intruders, reportedly armed with sticks and belts, left one of their players needing treatment for head injuries.
Netta Barzilai is sassy, she's fun and she can sing — and now the Israeli has won the Eurovision Song Contest with a catchy techno dance tune about women's empowerment.
Israel's Netta Barzilai won the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon on Saturday, bringing Israel its fourth victory in the glitzy pageant, watched by over 200 million people around the world, and the right to host the event next year.
Netta's supporters celebrated not only her Eurovision win but the message behind the victory.
The Israeli singer described her song as one of empowerment, wrapped in a heavy vibe.
The bookies' favourite this year is Greek popstar Eleni Foureira who is representing Cyprus.
Listen to the acts in Saturday night's Eurovision final and tell us your favourite.
It's kitsch, but the Eurovision song contest — culminating in Lisbon this weekend — also confronts Brussels politics.
Eurovision fans are gathering in Portugal ahead of the annual song contest. With the semi finals out of the way, 43 countries will take part in Saturday's event at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.
Find out what happened on Thursday when 18 countries were competing to make it through to the final of Eurovision on Saturday evening.
Portuguese television star Catarina Furtado, 45, is one of four women that will present this year’s Eurovision. She has been speaking to Euronews about what the song contest means to her and how it links in with her charity work to improve women’s rights.
Eurovision likes to trumpet its diversity but the truth is songs have become almost monolingual. But is there fresh hope for those who want a bit more linguistic variety at the annual song contest?
It is that time of the year! Lisbon welcomes the first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Porto fans headed to the city centre's Liberdade Square to celebrate their first league crown for five seasons - a result which ends Benfica's recent dominance where they had captured the last four Primeira Liga titles.
The prodigy's early days were far from straightforward, and his contested transfer from Mozambique to Portugal became a bitter struggle between rivals Benfica and Sporting Lisbon.
Surfer Rodrigo Koxa broke the record as he managed to take on the huge swell at the famous Nazaré break in Portugal.
Organisers in Lisbon won't be putting on light-shows or videowalls for acts taking part in the annual songfest on May 12. Performers can, however, provide their own effects
Former Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis spoke after EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Greece would this year get back to "normal."
It was one of the most important days in Portugal's recent history, when four decades of authoritarian rule would abruptly end.