Destinations To Visit In Portugal
The Portuguese capital is densely packed with galleries to explore and castles to see (such as the hilltop fortress).
bidos' ancient streets are charming any time of year, but come during a festival for a particular pleasure.
At Serra da Estrela, hikers can choose from a network of trails with breathtaking views. The region's mountain communities are ideal for outdoor activities.
Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela
The Algarve is also one of the most child-friendly regions in Portugal. You will find family-friendly beaches, water parks, and an abundance of outdoor activities.
Coimbra, Portugal's most atmospheric college town, rises steeply from the Rio Mondego and is home to one of Europe's oldest colleges.
Évora is one of Portugal's best-preserved mediaeval towns. Tiny lanes lead inside the 14th-century fortifications to a mediaeval church, Roman ruins, and a charming town centre.
Just east of Porto is one of Portugal's most stunning regions. Every bend in the Douro Valley will reward you with breathtaking views
Porto is quite romantic. Portugal's second-largest city has pedestrian-only roads, baroque cathedrals, and cafe-dotted plazas.
The Portuguese have a special fondness for the Minho, region with vineyard-covered valleys, rugged wilds, lonely beaches, and picturesque river villages.
Less than an hour by rail from Lisbon, Sintra feels like another world. Cool evenings are best spent by the fire in one of Sintra's beautiful B&Bs.