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The history of the Portuguese nation vibrates within the city of the seven hills. Lisbon is divided between the modernity of places like the Parque das Nações, which showed the Expo'98 to the world, and the typical neighborhoods, like Alfama and Bairro Alto, that perpetuate the tradition of Santo A…



The Ribeira is most likely the most tourist city of Porto. And there are many reasons that give it that status: the proximity of the River, the views of the bridges and boats Rabelo and the possibility to visit the port wine cellars, on the other side of the Bank, in Vila Nova de Gaia. For all this…



As it has happened before with other former fishing villages in the Algarve, also Albufeira has undergone a huge transformation in just a few years, becoming one of the favorite tourist destinations for both Portuguese people and foreigners. Its historic center, full of pedestrian alleyways wh…



The University is the oldest in the country and one of the oldest in Europe and it is what converted Coimbra to the "Students' Town". However, in historical terms, the city is home to one of the most beautiful and tragic love stories of our monarchy. The romantic encounters between king D. Pedro an…



Funchal is a city associated with tourism for more than a century. It currently offers hotel and restaurant units for all tastes, from modern to typically Madeira units. In addition to the magnificent natural sites that you can visit, be sure to also visit the historical centre, also known as Zona …



This city, located on the western Algarve, has undergone a major transformation in a few years, from fishing to land a modern urban center geared towards tourism. In the city centre, take a stroll down the Rua do Comércio and Rua Vasco da Gama, both pedestrianised, where there are several shop…



The city of Lagos, once known as Lacóbriga, played a very important role during the Discoveries period, having been the starting point of the caravels to numerous expeditions. Trade naturally contributed to the development of the municipality. However, from the late sixties, the bet on tourism has …



Cascais is located between the serra de Sintra and the Atlantic Ocean, on the famous Estoril Coast. It is a popular tourist destination since the late nineteenth century, especially after its access points being modernized. There are many reasons for choosing Cascais as destination, for instance fo…


Luxury, lust and privacy: discover the best Motels in Portugal

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Summer: 17 Water Parks in Portugal

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