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When you enter this stunning country, you will encounter a rich culture and breathtaking landscapes, as well as tasty food and a warm welcome. Portugal is famous for its beautiful cities, charming villages and stunning coastline. Here are some examples of things you can discover when diving in Portugal:

Lisbon: The best way to start your trip is in Lisbon, the capital city, famous for its vibrant neighborhoods, historic landmarks and lively vibe. Explore the streets of Alfama, visit the famous Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery, and enjoy the breathtaking panorama from São Jorge Castle. Don’t forget to taste the delicious pasteis de Nata, the popular Portuguese custard tarts.

Porto: Head north towards Porto, the city that is famous for its Port wine production as well as its beautiful riverside setting. Take a stroll across the famous Dom Luís I Bridge, go to the historic Bairro da Ribeira and then take a tour of the wine cellars of Vila Nova de Gaia. Take a boat trip on the Douro River and taste the local cuisine, including the well-known Francesinha sandwich.

Sintra: Located a short distance from Lisbon and Sintra, you’ll find the picturesque village of Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the fairytale-like Pena Palace, stroll through the stunning gardens of Quinta da Regaleira and go to the mysterious Well of Initiation. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the traditional queijadas, a typical dessert of the region.

Algarve: The Algarve is famous for its beautiful beaches, golden coastline and charming fishing towns. Enjoy the sandy beaches and discover picturesque towns such as Lagos and Tavira and take a boat trip to the magnificent sea caves. Eat some fresh seafood or grill sardines. All this accompanied by a glass of chilled local wine.

Évora: Travel through the Alentejo regions and discover the ancient city of Évora. Explore the preserved Roman Temple and visit the haunting Chapel of Bones, and stroll through the narrow streets of the medieval city center. Try Alentejo wine, traditional Alentejo wine and traditional meals such as agua or migas.

Madeira: If you have some time, you should consider visiting Madeira Island. Madeira is located in the south-eastern part of Portugal. The island is known as the “Pearl of the Atlantic”. Madeira has a breathtaking natural landscape, including lush forests, dramatic coastlines and rugged mountains. Explore Funchal, the capital. Visit Funchal and walk along the Levadas da Madeira (irrigation canals) and taste the distinctive Madeira wine.

Don’t miss out on taking part in Portuguese culture by going to a fado show, taking part in local festivities and tasting the various regional cuisines. Portugal has a variety of places of great historical beauty, natural beauty and a welcoming Mediterranean spirit that will enchant you when you cross its borders. Have a good trip!

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