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Where to go for new impressions and emotions? - To Portugal! Mountains, sea, lakes, architecture, food, shopping, entertainment - those are what you will find in this country. Travel is transformation, travel is the best thing you can do for yourself, travel is life! Don't wait - travel now!

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A Glimpse of Portugal

Portugal, sometimes called Europe’s Sleeping Beauty, is a country located along the Atlantic coast.

Enjoy delicious noble wine while staying in the amazing bright sunny Douro River Valley or relax on comfortable sunbeds on the wonderful Madeira beaches – and all that accompanied by admiring awesome natural landscapes and exciting historic landmarks.

And our best travel experts will help you to immerse yourself in the culture of this wonderful country.

Must-Visit Places In Portugal

Natural Beauties and Lakes

Natural Beauties and Lakes

Alto Douro (Douro River Valley)

Alto Douro (Douro River Valley)

Alto Douro Wine Region is famous for its Port wine of exceptional taste and premium quality that has been produced here for some two thousand years. Local climate provides ideal conditions for growing different types of grapes. Pretty rocky soil and breathtaking landscapes are among the peculiar features of the area.

Azores Islands (Atlantic Ocean)

Azores Islands (Atlantic Ocean)

The Azores is an archipelago composed of nine volcanic islands that occupy an area of about 2,300 sq.m. The largest of the islands is São Miguel where Ponta Delgada, the capital of the Autonomous Region of the Azores is located. Besides, here is the highest point in Portugal, an over 2,300-meter-high active volcano called Mount Pico.

Praia da Marinha (Algarve Region)

Praia da Marinha (Algarve Region)

Owing to stunning beauty and mild climate Algarve has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Portugal. It’s the region where one of the highlights of the country, Praia da Marinha beach, is located. The beach is small, rarely crowded and is slightly away from the resort's infrastructure, which makes it a perfect spot to spend the day in the atmosphere of privacy and peacefulness, enjoying wonderful cliff landscapes and the clean pebble beach.

Cape Roca (Sintra)

Cape Roca (Sintra)

When you visit this westernmost point of Europe and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views from the top of the steep 150 meter high cliff seeing nothing but waters of the Atlantic for miles ahead you will feel like you are at the end of the world. It was just from here that at the Age of Discovery courageous sailors, struggling against the forces of nature, would embark on the marine expeditions heading out to China, Africa and the New World in order to find new lands.

Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions

Belém Tower

Belém Tower

A prominent example of Portuguese architecture, Belém Tower, is located in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. It has become a cornerstone of Portuguese identity and the most visited destination. Originally the monument was erected as a symbol of Europe's Age of Discoveries and, in particular, of Vasco da Gama’s worldwide famous expedition aimed at discovering a new trade route to India. Due to its proximity to the ocean the tower served as a lighthouse for seagoing vessels.

Pena Palace (the Town of Sintra)

Pena Palace (the Town of Sintra)

Located on top of a hill in the Sintra Mountains near the town of Sintra there is an amazing castle called Pena Palace. Its history dates back to the 12th century when a castle was built over an old non-functioning monastery after an apparition of the Virgin Mary. As time passed by the castle turned abandoned.

Alcobaça Monastery

Alcobaça Monastery

The city of Alcobaça is best known for one of the top highlights of Portugal, the Monastery of Santa Maria d'Alcobaça dating back to the 12th century. Nowadays it’s not only a notable historical landmark but the largest Portuguese church as well. The Abbey’s building comprises five monasteries, a library, seven bedrooms and an extra large kitchen.

Évora Museum-City (Alto Alentejo Province, about 130 km. east of Lisbon)

Évora Museum-City (Alto Alentejo Province, about 130 km. east of Lisbon)

A real highlight of Portugal and one of the most beautiful Portuguese cities is situated in Alto Alentejo Province. Évora, often called Portugal’s “Museum City” is surrounded by lovely olive groves, richest vineyards and flourishing meadows. Évora’s rich history is reflected in a vast number of historical sights like ancient buildings, temples, palaces and cathedrals.

Cities

Cities

Porto

Porto

Porto is a major cultural, industrial and financial center of northern Portugal. Although Porto is the second-largest city in the country it’s the most economically powerful center as many of the largest Portuguese corporations are headquartered here. It’s a mix of a large city's features and the atmosphere of comfort and soulfulness that makes Porto so special.

Gondomar (São Cosme)

Gondomar (São Cosme)

Gondomar is a municipality located at the right bank of the Duero River just east of Porto. It features rural landscapes and doesn't feel like a big city, so people live a peaceful and quiet life here. Gondomar today is a city full of lush vegetation, river beaches and colorful fields and forests. At the same time it’s a mere 25 minutes bus ride to Porto.

Viseu

Viseu

Viseu is a city and municipality located in central Portugal and right in the middle of the well-known Dão wine-producing region. The climate here is characterized by hot and dry summers and cold and wet winters. The charming old city is far from a ghost town, it’s a flourishing cultural center, home to the national universities and developed business connections.

Estoril

Estoril

Estoril is noted for its vibrant nightlife and the largest casino. The locals say, the author of the James Bond novels found one of his inspirations when witnessing an episode that happened in the Estoril casino. Traveling to the south towards Algarve you will find yourself in a region filled with sun, water and glorious sandy beaches. If you want more than a large beach, travel towards the center where you can admire flourishing lemon and orange orchards hidden among the scenic hills.

Best Attractions for Kids in Portugal

Best Attractions for Kids in Portugal

Lisbon Oceanarium

Lisbon Oceanarium

No wonder that the Lisbon Oceanarium is the world’s second-largest and the largest indoor aquarium in Europe since historically Portugal has always been a maritime country. Around one million people visit the Oceanarium every year. Actually it is far more than a mere attraction to entertain the public. Apart from the Oceanarium there is also a research institution of marine biology and oceanography. In addition to that the Oceanarium offers a variety of educational activities for children.

Zoo da Maia

Zoo da Maia

At the wonderful Zoo da Maia located in the city of Maia near Porto visitors can get acquainted with a variety of wild animals, including tigers, lions, crocodiles, zebras, bears and many other representatives of fauna. The zoo is also home to amazing talking parrots. You really can't take your eyes off them when they are talking. Every time they greet you with “Olá!” (meaning “Hello!”) you would fancy that they understand what they are saying.

Jardins do Palácio de Cristal

Jardins do Palácio de Cristal

Jardins do Palácio de Cristal is a gorgeous French botanical garden where you can watch free-range peacocks and enjoy spectacular views of Porto. Spend a few hours wandering among the amazing trees and carefully designed flower beds. As for your kids, they will definitely get intrigued by the rumors that the garden served as a source of inspiration for the Forbidden Forest in the Harry Potter saga. Suggest them to explore the place to check whether it’s true or not.

World of Discoveries

World of Discoveries

World of Discoveries is an interactive museum and theme park which in a fun and informative way reconstruct the history of the Age of Great Geographical Discoveries when Portuguese great explorers were crossing oceans to discover unknown worlds.

Museums

Museums

National Museum of the Azulejo

National Museum of the Azulejo

One of the most extraordinary things tourists are impressed by in Portugal is numerous building facades covered with ceramic tiles called azulejo. There is even an art museum in Lisbon exclusively dedicated to the azulejo. While in the museum, don't miss visiting the lovely cafeteria decorated in azulejo tiles that depict gastronomy themed images. You will enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of the cafe, a beautiful garden and a lovely fountain where live turtles are kept.

Museum of Lisbon - Pimenta Palace

Museum of Lisbon - Pimenta Palace

The Pimenta Palace was constructed in the 18th century by order of King John V of Portugal. He presented the Palace to Paula Teresa da Silva e Almeida, a nun of the Monastery of São Dinis in Odivelas who was his mistress. The place is breathtaking in its majestic grandeur and is a must-visit destination.

Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Convento do Carmo)

Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Convento do Carmo)

One of the highlights of Lisbon is the ruins of the Convent do Carmo (Carmelite) on the hill overhanging the Baixa district of Lisbon. The Carmo Convent standing as a reminder of the convent’s history is one of the must-visit attractions of Lisbon. Since the Convent is located on the steepest hill it can be reached only by the Santa Justa Elevator built in the 20th century in order to connect two districts of Lisbon - the lower Baixa and Chiado. The elevator’s terraces offer an amazing view of the Carmo Convent.

Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum in Lisbon is located in Western wing of the old Jerónimos Monastery. One of the oldest museums in Portugal was founded in 1863 by order of King Louis who had started collecting the items for the Navy Museum in the 18th century. Today the Museum hosts a huge collection of more than 18 thousand items, and 2,5 thousand of them are on permanent display. The museum’s exposition is dedicated to Portugal's pioneering roles in the exploration of new worlds during the country’s Golden Age of Discovery.

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Expert Tips

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The restaurants in Portugal are open most of the time

Food habits in Portugal differ from those of most European countries. While the Europeans are used to having dinner before 8 p.m. right after work, the Portuguese who are known for their love of eating, have different food habits. Therefore, the restaurants in Lisbon are closed right after dinner time and open at 8 p.m. However you can always have an instant snack in McDonald’s or a shopping mall food court.

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Castle rental

In Portugal a unique type of accommodation is offered. You can have an exciting experience staying in Medieval castles or palaces which have been converted into luxury castle hotels known as pousadas. There are over 300 castle hotels in the country. It’s a place you should have on your must-see list.

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Parking in Lisbon

In Lisbon center streets are narrow and you will hardly find a free parking space. But there are a lot of parking meters throughout the city. Don’t forget to pay after you park your car in a metered zone. Pay attention to the signs to avoid parking in restricted areas or spots for people with disabilities. Otherwise you will find a parking violation ticket stuck under the windshield wiper (normally the fine amount is 30-60 €).

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Avoid making noise within quiet hours

In Portugal the quiet hours are between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. when loud noise, loud music or any other ways of making noise at home is prohibited. For individuals a fine from 200 € to 2000 € is charged for violation of this law.

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Avoid suspicious-looking street vendors

Avoid street vendors who offer jewelry, gadgets or any high-value goods since very often they sell stolen items. In Portugal handling stolen goods or buying them from the thief is a serious offense even if a tourist is not aware of that.

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Travel Budget

For a couple

Daily budget Cost ($)
Portu Accommodation $166
Meals $95
Entertainment $120
Car rental $157

Airports in Portugal

Porto Airport

Porto Airport

The Porto Airport is located in the north of the country and is suitable for passengers who travel to Porto and all beautiful surrounding areas. The airport offers quick and easy access to Braga and Coimbra by shuttles or a river cruise to the Douro Valley. In addition to that, access to the airport via metro is a great advantage.

Faro International Airport

Faro International Airport

Faro Airport is the second busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in Portugal after Lisbon airport and the sixth airport in the country in terms of total number of passengers served. Due to increased passenger traffic (5,6 mln passengers in 2008) the airport has been upgraded and expanded.

Madeira Airport

Madeira Airport

Madeira Airport serves passengers arriving in the city of Funchal. The airport is located 14 km from the city center. It serves both regular scheduled flights operated by 42 airlines and charter flights. Funchal has no other airports, therefore Madeira airport serves both domestic and international flights.

Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is an airport in Portugal which serves the city of Porto. The airport is located 9 km from the city center. It serves both regular scheduled flights operated by 50 airlines and charter flights. Since Porto has no other airports, Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport serves both domestic and international flights.

Best Hotels

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Adriana Beach Club Hotel Resort

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Estrada da Rocha Baixinha Apartado 6115, 8200-379 Albufeira
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It’s an amazing large and clean resort complex. The pool area is always busy and lively but there is lots of space in nice landscaped gardens or just on grass to enjoy peace and quiet. The beach with free sunbeds and umbrellas is accessible only by wooden stairs from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Atlantics. The staff is really friendly and welcoming. The restaurant offers a good selection of plentiful food and drinks.

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Hotel The Cliff Bay

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Estrada Monumental 147, 9004-532 Funchal
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A perfect and true 5 star hotel providing exceptional customer service! It offers its own beach, excellent breakfasts and a few great restaurants. All the staff are friendly and helpful though they look like a bit amateur.

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Quinta de Casaldronho

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Quinta de Casaldronho, 101 - Valdigem, 5100-829 Lamego
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A nice hotel in the middle of the vineyards. If you manage not to care too much about power lines being the Douro Valley’s peculiarity, you will like the idyllic location of the hotel. It’s a great place to relax and unwind. The staff is friendly and helpful. Drinking wine and enjoying fresh air and a lovely sunset at the end of the day is highly recommended!

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Wine House — Quinta da Pacheca

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Rua do Relógio do Sol 261, 5100-424 Lamego
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This place is not a real hotel, it’s a vineyard where you can have a walking tour. An amazing and scenic location is a great advantage! Lovely vineyards, colorful houses, delicious wine - everything is perfect..

Approximate Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Lisbon

Hotel check-in / Overnight stop Pestana Cidadela Cascais - Pousada & Art District
1 night, 1 adult € 435
Taxes
Breakfast included

Day 2

10:00 a.m.

Breakfast in hotel

10:45 a.m.

Renting a car
(AT + air conditioning, approximately 323,47 € / 5 days)

11:00 a.m.

Walking tour of the Praça do Comércio and Rua Augusta

12:00 p.m.

A tour of Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paço)

1:00 p.m.

Lunch at Gin Lovers Bar & Restaurant
(Average check 30-40 €)

2:00 p.m.

A tour of Santa Maria de Belem

4:00 p.m.

Visiting the Lisbon Oceanarium
(Entrance fee 19 €)

6:00 p.m.

Dinner at Toro restaurant
(Average check 65-75 €)

7:00 p.m.

Attending the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica football match

9:00 p.m.

Back to the hotel / Overnight stay Pestana Cidadela Cascais - Pousada & Art District
1 night, 1 adult € 435
Taxes +€ 2
Breakfast included

Day 3

10:00 a.m.

Breakfast in hotel

11:00 a.m.

Leaving for Cape Roca

11:45 a.m.

Arrival / Photo shoot

12:45 p.m.

Leaving for the town of Sintra

1:10 p.m.

Arrival

1:50 p.m.

Lunch at Incomum by Luis Santos (Average check 30-40 €)

2:50 p.m.

Tour of the Pena Palace

3:45 p.m.

Tour of Palácio e Parque Biester

5:00 p.m.

Visiting the famous Initiation Well

6:00 p.m.

Dinner at Bar Do Fundo (Average check 30-40 €)

7:00 p.m.

Hotel check-in / overnight stay Vila Gale Sintra
1 night, 1 adult € 160
Taxes included
Breakfast included

Day 4

10:00 a.m.

Breakfast in hotel

11:00 a.m.

Leaving for Arrábida Natural Park. The city of Sines

12:52 p.m.

Arriving at the Natural Park

1:00 p.m.

Spending time in nature. Arrábida Natural Park (Parque Natural da Arrábida) is an amazing combination of forested hills, lovely sandy beaches and white cliffs. The park’s high cliffs provide a stunning view on the whole coastline.

4:00 p.m.

Lunch at Cais da Estação (Average check 70-80 €)

5:00 p.m.

Leaving for Lagos

6:53 p.m.

Arriving at Lagos, a city on the southern coast of Portugal. Lagos offers picturesque beaches surrounded by magnificent cliffs.

7:00 p.m.

Dinner at Avenida Restaurante (Average check 50-60 €)

8:00 p.m.

Hotel check-in / overnight stay Palmares Beach House Hotel - Adults Only
1 night, 1 adult € 287
Taxes included
Breakfast included

Day 5

10:00 a.m.

Breakfast in hotel

11:00 a.m.

Leaving for the city of Silves

11:40 a.m.

Arriving at Silves

11:45 a.m.

Tasting wines and a tour of Quinta Do Frances Winery

1:45 p.m.

Lunch at Café DaRosa
(Average check 35-40 €)

2:45 p.m.

Mr Frutas orange farm
(Entrance fee 9 €)

4:45 p.m.

Dinner at SemiXO
(Average check 30-40 €)

5:45 p.m.

Wine tour of Algarve Views, Lda (100 €)

8:00 p.m.

Back to the hotel / Overnight stay Palmares Beach House Hotel - Adults Only
1 night, 1 adult € 287
Taxes included
Breakfast included

Day 6

Breakfast in hotel

Returning the rental car

Departure

Five Pearls of Portugal

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Beach resort Cascais (Lisbon District, Estoril coast)

Beach resort Cascais (Lisbon District, Estoril coast)

Cascais is a small resort town located in the Lisbon District of Portugal on the Estoril coast known as the Portuguese Riviera. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries Cascais was the Royal family’s summer residence. Due to this fact the town has become a major international tourist destination in Portugal. Today it's one of the Portuguese top luxury beach resorts that has preserved the unique spirit of the Middle Ages. The development of these lands began in the 12th century, and nowadays Cascais has turned into a busy and wealthy municipality.

Quinta da Regaleira (Sintra)

Quinta da Regaleira (Sintra)

If you are interested in history full of various unexplained mysteries and intrigues, Portugal is the right place for you. In the city of Sintra, 30 km from Lisbon is the Quinta da Regaleira Palace, one of the most astonishing and enigmatic places in the country. Every inch of the estate hides some secret and for centuries the brightest scientists have been trying to reveal them.

Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte (the city of Braga)

Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte (the city of Braga)

Near the city of Braga located in the north of the country is the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte which means Good Jesus of the Mount. The sanctuary nestled on top of a 564-meter tall hill is among the most popular catholic pilgrimage sites. It’s a complex that includes a 116-meter tall basilica, Baroque stairway composed of 581 steps and a large park.

Madeira Islands (the Atlantic Ocean)

Madeira Islands (the Atlantic Ocean)

1,000 km southwest of Portugal is an amazing and flourishing volcanic island. Located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the island of Madeira lies at the top of a massive submarine volcano. It’s a 740 sq.m tiny piece of land that impresses with abundance of gorgeous flowers and lush greenery. Owing to a mild climate and influence of the Gulf Stream Madeira is blessed with diverse and most breathtaking natural landscapes.

Monte Palace Tropical Garden (Funchal)

Monte Palace Tropical Garden (Funchal)

A tropical garden located at the top of Monte hill overlooking Funchal is obviously one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Portuguese island of Madeira. If you are interested in what to see in Portugal in spring, this place is worth visiting indeed.

Gastronomy

Fish soup “Captain Vidal’s crying fish”

Fish soup “Captain Vidal’s crying fish”

Vidal was a simple fisherman who made a living by fishing. Once being in the ocean, it happened that the crew ran out of food, but the captain found the way out. It was an idea to prepare soup from the catch. When the sailors threw live fish into the soup stock, they imagined that it was crying. Finally the ship returned without the catch but with a new delicious recipe for pout soup with fresh vegetables, salt and pepper.

Feijoada

Feijoada

Feijoada, a nourishing national dish, is a stew of beans, pork or beef and sausages. The original recipe may include rice and vegetables. The recipe and the ingredients used in feijoada vary by region.

Lumi Rooftop Restaurant & Bar

Lumi Rooftop Restaurant & Bar

Lumi Rooftop Restaurant & Bar offers a tasty high-quality menu including delicious vegetarian dishes. Besides, you can enjoy spectacular views from the awesome terrace and excellent service.

Ze Manel dos Ossos

Ze Manel dos Ossos

Ze Manel dos Ossos is a pretty small restaurant just like a shoebox. It’s an amusing and cute place with thousands of messages glued on the walls. It has only six tables as there is no more free space. The kitchen is in the same room, just over the counter. The restaurant opens at 20:00 p.m. but half an hour before opening the street gets crowded with people waiting to get in.

FAQs

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Emergency telephones

Police: 112

Fire Service: 112

Consulate: 351-21-727-3300

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