Have you been to Portugal? We’re sure you have pictures of the trip. Well, now’s the time to look at them again.
While you were in Portugal, you probably visited a monument that is also a World Heritage site. Now that you´re home, share your picture with us and the story behind it. You could win a prize!
The Portuguese World Heritage is evidence of many centuries of the country's history and culture, but also of universal history. In every city, monument and landscape there are countless stories and memories that make these places special. But heritage also exists in each of us, in our past, in the stories we keep with us. We all carry stories, which must be known, valued and preserved.
Join us and take part in #HeritageToShare. To participate, check the terms and conditions here.
We highlight the main rules bellow:
1. Share on your personal Instagram account a photo of a Portuguese World Heritage Site (classified by UNESCO), accompanied by a personal story;
2. Use the hashtag #HeritageToShare and identify @visitportugal;
3. Have an open profile (public) during the competition period;
4. Participate as often as you like, as long as you have different content (text and image)
The 5 winners of the competition will be awarded a prize under the motto "Heritage for one day" in Portugal. The prize includes a round trip for 1 person, a 2-night stay and a unique experience to be defined by Turismo de Portugal.
We count on you to tell us your stories!
List of World Heritage Sites considered in the competition:
- Historic Centre of Guimarães
- Historic Centre of Porto
- Alto Douro Wine Region
- Coimbra University, Uptown and Sofia
- Pre-historic Rock Art Site in the Coa Valley
- Convent of Christ, Tomar
- Monastery of Alcobaça
- Monastery of Batalha
- Monastery of Jerónimos and Tower of Belém, Lisbon
- Cultural Lanscape of Sintra
- Historic Centre of Évora
- Garrison Border Town of Elvas and its Fortifications
- Central Zone of the Town of Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira Island, Azores
- Landscape of the Pico Island Vineyard Culture, Azores
- Laurisilva of Madeira
- Royal Building of Mafra
- Sanctuary of Bom Jesus in Braga