Lord of the Seas in the 15th century with explorations of Bartolomeu Dias and Vasco da Gama, Portugal boasts a beautiful southern coastline in Algarve as well as countless picturesque catholic churches and cathedrals. Don't miss its delicious seafood cuisine and Porto wines! Football, Fatima, a sanctuary where millions of pilgrims go each year, and Fado are its 3 famous "F"-s.
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Porto, famous for its fine port wine, lies along the Douro River in northern Portugal. Visit Ribeira, the pedestrian zone in the heart of Porto, an idyllic place along the river with live music and cafes.
Portugal’s capital and largest city, Lisbon is situated on the banks of the Tagus River and it is in the vicinity of the Atlantic Ocean. Climbing up the seven hills among attractive alleys, Gothic cathedrals, charming shops, neighborhoods and bridges offers a delightful experience.
Visit the Palácio da Pena in Sintra, one of the best examples of Romantic revivalism in 19th century.
Madeira is a rich oasis in the Atlantic Ocean between North Africa and Portugal, popular for its abundant green environment and flower gardens.
Algarve, world renown for its colorful villages and beaches, has famous golf courses. Faro, the capital, is full of attractive, unspoiled neighborhoods and it is a journey back in time into the 18th century.