Before the pandemic, Ludwig Yorck from Konstanz visited Portugal with his family. He was in the capital Lisbon and on the Algarve coast. A great holiday tip - Sun, summer, sea.
For many years, the Cape Verde Islands profited from investments in tourism. But now — because of the coronavirus spread — tourists are staying away, hurting the local economy. Jochen Faget reports from Boa Vista.
Thanks to Portugal's high sun exposure, the nation has the potential to produce green hydrogen for Europe. The EU-backed Green Flamingo initiative may enable it to ship the green gas from the port of Sines to Rotterdam.
Some of the biggest football clubs in the world are in Lisbon for the Champions League. For the hosts, it's an opportunity to attract much-needed tourism amid the economic impacts of coronavirus, as DW found out.
Hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, some travel industry operators are offering "workations" for people with cabin fever from working at home. How many people will be tempted to add sun and sand to their Zoom meetings?
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