Portugal was born in the North and the rich cultural heritage of the region doesn’t ignore so noble and ancient origins. Tradition, culture, history, architecture, gastronomy and wine, landscape, hospitality and the joy of their people are the (...)
In the nine islands of the Azores, discover nine small worlds where you can enjoy unique holidays with an authentic flavour.The Azores is a paradise for nature lovers – from lakes and craters of ancient volcanoes to observation of whales and (...)
Discover the Alentejo without rushing. Choose one or all of the following themes: Nature and the Environment, Gastronomy and Wines, Culture and Heritage, Sun and Sea or Active Tourism. Discover the holiday options offered by this region, at your own (...)
A Tourist Guide to World Heritage Sites II - in the North of Portugal
People have lived in northern Portugal for centuries. A place where Atlantic and Mediterranean cultures come together, the region is particularly rich in cultural and natural heritage.Indeed, this Portuguese region has 4 of UNESCO's 18 World (...)
The Alentejo is situated in the south of Portugal, between the River Tagus (Tejo) and the Algarve. To the east, its frontier is with Spain and to the west it is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It is an extensive region, essentially rural and thinly (...)
Discover a region of pure and well preserved landscapes, cities and historical villages with great traditions and excellent cuisine. In the very heart of the country… the Centre of Portugal is waiting for you!
A Tourist's Guide to World Heritage Sites III - Lisboa, Sintra, Évora e Elvas
Lisbon, Sintra, Évora and Elvas are historic cities that are classed by UNESCO as Cultural World Heritage sites. To learn about the outstanding value of these cities and their monuments and, at the same time, discover the traditions and the (...)
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