The Portuguese regions of Alentejo and Douro will be featured this week at Expo 2020 Dubai to show the world the cultural, economic, and touristic potential of their territories. From 8-11 February, the Portugal Pavilion hosts an institutional mission from
As of today, the Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has officially received more than 400,000 visitors since opening on October 1st.
As part of Expo's Health & Wellness Week, the Portugal Pavilion hosted another edition of the Next Generation World Majlis Programme yesterday, 2 February, in collaboration with the Expo 2020 School Programme.
In collaboration with Portugal, the World Majlis "Healthier World, Healthier People: Designing Spaces That Heal Our Planet" brought together thought leaders, visionaries and changemakers to explore how we can design spaces that can heal our planet and build happier societies.
We've rounded up January's top official visits in pictures - scroll through the gallery to find out who we welcomed at the Portugal Pavilion this month!
International superstar Cristiano Ronaldo swapped the football pitch for Expo 2020 Dubai this Friday, 28 January, where he thrilled fans with an appearance at Al Wasl Plaza. The Portuguese player spoke warmly about Expo 2020 Dubai and how health and fitness
Portugal international and Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo will visit Expo 2020 Dubai on Friday, 28 January, taking part in a Q&A session at Al Wasl Plaza as part of Expo’s Health and Wellness Week.
Portuguese football stars Rúben Dias, from Manchester City, and Diogo Dalot, from Manchester United, paid a special visit to the Portugal Pavilion this Wednesday while touring the site of Expo 2020 Dubai.
The Portugal Pavilion hosted the fourth edition of the Next Generation World Majlis Programme this Monday, 24 January, held in collaboration with the Expo 2020 School Programme. Students from around the UAE discussed how education systems, schools, and teaching methods
The COVID-19 pandemic has hastened global efforts toward sustainable tourism while also posing challenges around protecting remote destinations. This was the focus of a panel discussion on January 13th, ‘World Majlis – Off the Beaten Path: Travel in the 21st