Portugal Food Stories Day 4 – Exploring Aveiro. Bacalhau by the Beach, an Underground Gallery and Ovos Moles

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As time goes by, I am becoming less and less fan of interpretation museums. That said, Museu do Bacalhau wasn’t that bad.

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But, having bacalhau and exploring Aveiro was a complete different story. And eating it by Aveiro’s beach, where minutes later we’d enjoy a refreshing bath, along with many other sea delicacies – percebes included! – was like heaven to me.

Awesome meal & location – A Praia do Tubarao, Aveiro.
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#tinypeopleinbigplaces Aveiro’s Costa Nova beach edition

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Our afternoon was completed with a completely unexpected and awesome surprise. Alianca Underground Museum.

Almost 2km of galleries where up to 9 different personal art collections of the owner of Alianca wines, got during his many trips. India photography and Brazilian’s Minas Gerais minerals caught my attention indeed. As the whole complex did. Can’t understand how, living barely 4 hours far from there for most of my life, I had never heard about it.

Really in love with India photography exhibit at #AliançaUndergroundMuseum #portugalfoodstories

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Finally, my sweet tooth condition was satisfied at Aveiro. Ovos moles made of egg custard, something like the pasteis de Tentugal we tasted the day before, are way too good to let them go without having a small box of them at a time.

Cataplana de marisco at Tasca do Confrade, Aveiro #portugalfoodstories

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Disclaimer

I came to Portugal to take part on a 2 weeks food tour around the country after winning the Portugal Food Stories contest by Aptece along with other 4 international bloggers. Anyway, all the opinions here are my own. Read all the articles about this awesome trip here.




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