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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 such as Parque das Nações and the typical neighborhoods, such as Alfama and Bairro Alto, which perpetuate the tradition of the Santo António festivities. The monuments…



Porto, traditionally romantic and austere, has undergone a profound transformation in recent decades and shows traces of a modern and cosmopolitan city. Discover the “old” Baixa (Downtown): traditional shops, monuments, tiles and typical restaurants, where you can (and should) taste the famous "fra…



As it happens with other old fishing villages in the Algarve, Albufeira has undergone a huge transformation in just a few years, becoming one of the favorite tourist destinations for both nationals and foreigners. Its historic area, full of pedestrian alleys where shops and esplanades abound, is we…



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 linked to tourism for over a century. It has hotels and restaurants for all tastes, from modern to typical food. In addition to the magnificent natural sites that you can visit, be sure to visit the historic center, also known as Zona Velha. You will find pleasant streets and pede…



The long sandy beaches and quiet sea with inviting temperatures are the hallmark of this region of the western Algarve. Praia da Rocha is the main tourist attraction in the area, with its huge sandy beach and an always lively beachfront. The casino and Fortaleza de Santa Catarina are some of the sp…



Lagos is a charming city located in the western Algarve, which combines its historic center with a lively nightlife. With a rich history, linked to the Discoveries, and a coast with some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, it is no surprise that it has invested in Tourism. Be sure to visi…



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…


Summer: 17 water parks in Portugal

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Twelve obligatory and unique experiences to know our country a little better.

Visiting Tomar, the Templar city

A magical tour through this World Heritage city, in central Portugal.