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  1. Vale do Douro
Place: Douro
Photo: António Sá
    The Douro Valley
    The Douro Valley could as easily be called the enchanted valley, such is the beauty and magic that its landscapes offer.Departing from Porto, where the river flows into the sea and where the Douro wines (table wines and Port wine), produced on its (...)

  2. Café Majestic
Place: Porto
Photo: Turismo de Portugal
    Porto in a few days
    On a brief visit to Porto, there are some places that cannot be missed. In the words of many visitors, this city has something mystical that are difficult to describe and which varies according to the place, time of day and light.Whatever it is, it (...)

  3. Alfama
Place: Lisboa
Photo: Turismo de Portugal
    Discovering Lisbon
    Lisbon is a city that makes you want to go exploring, to discover whatever might appear in every neighbourhood, on every street. It’s a safe and friendly city, relatively small but with so much to see. It’s an ideal place to spend a few days or as a (...)

  4. Palácio da Regaleira
Place: Sintra
Photo: John Copland
    Discovering Sintra
    Sintra, the Moon Hill, is a place full of magic and mystery, where Nature and Man have combined in such a perfect symbiosis that UNESCO has granted it Word Heritage Site status.One-day itineraryMorningWhatever your plan, a good suggestion is always (...)

  5. Museu dos Coches
Place: Lisboa
Photo: Rui Cunha
    Portugal's Top 10 Cultural Features
    There is a strong bond between Portuguese culture and the country's geographical location and history. Portugal is Europe's oldest nation and its Atlantic coastline provided the springboard for the Discoveries. Portugal's cultural heritage as well (...)

  6. Douro
Place: Douro
Photo: Filipe Rebelo
    World Heritage in Portugal
    In Portugal, culture and heritage have unique characteristics stemming from historical events and the outlook of a people who, as they learned from the rest of the world, adapted this new knowledge to their way of living and their land.As you travel (...)

  7. Praça do Giraldo, Évora
Place: Praça do Giraldo
Photo: Turismo do Alentejo
    Évora, World Heritage Site
    Évora, a book of Portuguese art history.The best way to see the city is on foot, walking through its narrow streets lined with white houses, discovering along the way the monuments and details that reveal the history of Évora and its rich (...)

  8. Universidade de Coimbra
Place: Coimbra
Photo: Turismo Centro de Portugal
    Visit to Coimbra
    On the banks of the river Mondego, Coimbra is famous for its University, the oldest in Portugal and one of the oldest in Europe, which over time has shaped its image to become "the city of students".  We begin this visit, precisely at the (...)

  9. Aqueduto da Amoreira
Place: Aqueduto da Amoreira
Photo: Turismo do Alentejo
    Visit Elvas
    Located close to the border, Elvas fought to maintain the independence of Portugal and its history. By doing so, it became an example for all mankind.Upon our arrival in the city, we are greeted by a magnificent Aqueduct extending a distance of 7 km (...)

  10. Convento de Cristo
Place: Tomar
Photo: José Manuel
    Tomar, a Templar City
    Former seat of the Order of the Knights Templar, Tomar is a city of great charm for its artistic and cultural wealth, whose greatest expression is in the Convent of Christ, one of the chief works of the Portuguese Renaissance. Whatever your (...)


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