Alexandra Figueiredo


Alexandra Figueiredo is a journalist and communication consultant.  Graduated in Social and Cultural Communication, have also a postgraduation in Psychological Assessment. She's specialized in health journalism and in medical and scientific consultancy. Worked as a radio newscaster, was journalist at CNL/SIC Notícias and in two RTP programs: Health Service and TV Science, she also coordinated a health program for RTP Africa. She Worked with online “Expresso Employment”  and the magazines “Medicine and Health” and “The Consumer”. Was one of the winners of the IX volume poetry contest of Editorial Minerva “Of Poetry”, having published poems. Between many other works as a consultant, she was director of a solidarity association chaired by the former Minister of Health Ana Jorge and was also press advisor for the former President of the Portuguese Republic, Dr. Jorge Sampaio, during his time as Ambassador of Tuberculosis in the World.

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14 April 2021

5 books to read before you visit Portugal

Portugal is a country of unparalleled beauty. Besides this, according InterNations it ranks in first position for quality-of-life countries in Europe as well as third in […]
26 March 2021

Vinhais Biological Park: A Paradise on Earth

In the heart of the Natural Park of Montesinho stands an amazing paradise, Vinhais Biological Park. Here you can find a true Noah’s ark; both domestic […]
19 March 2021

Francisco Amaral: “An image of confidence and safety is what we need to give to our tourists”

The Algarve is known to be one of the major touristic hubs in the European continent, welcoming every year millions of visitors. Castro Marim, located in […]
11 March 2021

Dark Sky Alqueva: One of the greatest skies in the world

Experience a world of incredible sensations and flavors at Dark Sky Alqueva; observe a delightful sunset, drink a Sharish gin, or taste wine while watching the […]
4 March 2021

A historical train journey to Tua Valley

1. A journey back in time From the sound of the wheels on the ancestral rails to the wind in your hair, or the black smoke […]
18 February 2021

Meet the “Oyster Opener”: the Portuguese sailor in Belgium

With his van, he travels the streets of Brussels, delivering seafood which he excellently prepares in front of the customer while advising on how to pair […]
17 February 2021

Casa Ermelinda Freitas: A success made of Love

Every day Leonor Freitas contemplates her vineyard. There are moments, such as when it’s time for pruning the vines, where it seems to be nothing left. […]
8 February 2021

Sustainability: An offer of customizable and unique products, from the Ocean to you

It was on a walk to the beach with his son, that André Facote, noticed too much garbage. This made an impression on him and it […]
29 January 2021

Serra da Estrela: The mountain that touches the sky

Embroidered between enchanted valleys, viewpoints and strange rock formations, Serra da Estrela in Portugal offers nature in its purest state. From waterfalls and idyllic river beaches, […]
22 January 2021

Once upon a time a unique space in the world: The Dolls Hospital

It was in the year of 1830 when the space, known as The Dolls Hospital (Hospital das Bonecas), in Praça da Figueira, in Lisbon, was founded. […]
15 January 2021

Why should you visit Alentejo? Interview with António Lacerda

What used to be a concern, curiously became a point in favor, even before the pandemic occurred. The fact that Portugal’s Alentejo has only 10 inhabitants […]
8 January 2021

Sentinel: the island with the most hostile people in the world

Sentinela Norte Island is located in the Andaman archipelago, in the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean. The indigenous people who live here are considered […]
31 December 2020

A threatened paradise and a city of hope: Hulhumalé, Maldives

Perhaps no other nation faces an environmental threat like Maldives. The rise of the oceans caused by global warming puts into question its mere existence. The […]
14 December 2020

Aldeia da Mata Pequena: A village with 12 people maintained tourism in the summer

Imagine a little enchanted village with only 12 people…  Just 3 families live in this place, hidden in a protected natural area called Penedo do Lexim. […]
7 December 2020

“Cascais is an international case study in the fight against Covid-19” Carlos Carreiras, Mayor of Cascais

When in January 2020 we started to receive the initial information on what was going on in China, the scenario was seen as something far away that would […]
3 December 2020

A World for Travel – Christian Delom, Secretary General: “A Revolution is Coming”

The Forum “A World for Travel” will happen in May, at Évora University, Portugal, and it is about the transformation of travel and tourism. The Secretary General […]
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