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Abrantes 1 Aguas de Moura 1 Albufeira 18 Alcanena 1 Alcobaca 3 Alcoutim 2 Alenquer 2 Alfeizeirão 1 Alijó 2 Aljezur 9 Almada 5 Almodovar 1 Almograve 1 Alvor 1 Anadia 1 Angra do Heroísmo 3 Anjos 1 Apúlia 1 Areia Branca 1 Arganil 1 Aveiro 14 Baleal - Peniche 1 Barao Sao Miguel 1 Barcelos 2 Barreiro 1 Batalha 4 Beja 2 Boliqueime 2 Braga 20 Bragança 2 Caldas da Rainha 2 Calheta 1 Caramulo 1 Carcavelos 2 Cartaxo 1 Cascais 32 Castelo Branco 5 Castelo de Vide 1 Catalazete 1 Celorico da Beira 1 Cercal do Alentejo 1 Chaves 4 Coimbra 16 Coruche 1 Costa da Caparica 8 Costa da Caparica 1 Covilha 3 Cuba 1 Curia 1 Elvas 2 Ericeira 30 Esmoriz 2 Espinho 4 Esposende 3 Estarreja 1 Estoril 5 Estremoz 1 Évora 11 Faro 30 Fátima 13 Felgueiras 1 Ferrel 3 Figueira da Foz 9 Funchal 5 Furnas 1 Fuzeta 1 Geres 1 Gouveia 1 Guarda 1 Guimarães 11 Horta 1 Idanha-a-Nova 2 Lagoa 2 Lagos 78 Lamego 1 Laundos 1 Leiria 4 Lisbon 245 Loulé 1 Lourinhã 7 Lousa 1 Luso 1 Madeira 26 Mafra 1 Maia 2 Mealhada 2 Melgaço 1 Melides 1 Mertola 1 Miranda do Douro 1 Mogadouro 1 Monchique 3 Monte Prado 1 Moura 1 Nazaré 4 Óbidos 4 Odeceixe 1 Oeiras 2 Olhao 2 Oliveira do Hospital 1 Ovar 3 Palmela 2 Parada de Gonta 1 Pardieiros 1 Penacova 1 Penafiel 2 Penhas da Saúde 1 Peniche 43 Peso da Régua 2 Pinhão 2 Ponta Delgada 12 Ponte da Barca 1 Ponte de Lima 2 Portalegre 2 Portimão 19 Porto 144 Porto Covo 1 Porto de Mós 2 Povoa de Varzim 2 Praia da Tocha 1 Praia da Vitória 1 Praia de Esmoriz 1 Quarteira 4 Redondelo 1 Ribeira Grande 1 Sagres 8 Santa Cruz 3 Santa Iria da Azóia 1 Santa Maria da Feira 1 Santa Maria Island 2 Santa Marta de Penaguiao 1 Santarem 2 Santiago do Cacem 1 Santo Antonio das Areias 1 Sao Jorge 2 São Miguel Island 1 São Pedro do Sul 1 São Roque do Pico 2 Sao Vicente 1 Serra D'el Rei 1 Sesimbra 3 Setúbal 11 Sines 2 Sintra 21 St. Antonio da Caparica 1 Tavira 5 Tomar 4 Torre de Moncorvo 1 Torreira 1 Torres Vedras 6 Trafaria 1 Troviscais 1 Vale da Telha 1 Vale de Cambra 2 Valongo 1 Viana do Castelo 7 Vieira do Minho 1 Vila do Bispo 2 Vila do Conde 1 Vila Franca de Xira 1 Vila Nova de Cerveira 1 Vila Nova de Foz Côa 2 Vila Nova de Milfontes 11 Vila Nova do Ceira 1 Vila Praia de Ancora 1 Vila Real 2 Vilamoura 3 Vilamoura-Loule 1 Vilar da Veiga 1 Viseu 3 Zambujeira do Mar 1

Portugal Travel Tips & Suggestions

Lisbon is great. There is a ton to do. Wander around the old Expo grounds, wander the Hills, and windy street of the Alfama. For some beach time take the 20 min train to Cascais, or Estoril. Go to Sintra and see the Castle. Be warned that if you look under 30 and are walking around the main area of Lisbon you will …
Aljezur is a nice little village, just twenty-five kilometers north of Lagos. It's a nice and relaxing change from noisy party place Lagos. It's a good spot to go to some of Europe's best beaches for surfing, or just hike along the paths. Even though Aljezur is small, it has all a traveler needs, even a very good …
Peniche is a jewel in the landscape of Portugal. I had originally planned to stay in Navarra, but the sight of the beach covered in identical white umbrellas changed my mind. I arrived the first weekend in August, which, as luck would have it, was a holiday weekend for Peniche. It was the festival of the Virgins. The …
Peniche is a bustling little surf town about an hour north of Lisbon. It's the perfect town to visit to escape from the hustle and bustle of Portugal's larger cities and the perfect place to just relax on the long stretch of beaches in between Peniche and the neighbouring town of Baleal. But be warned the water can get …
Funchal is the capital of the beautiful island Madeira in Portugal, with a Mediterranean climate that is very inviting for tourism all year. Funchal is well known for its good food, Madeira wine, nature, and an amazing nightlife. During the day you can enjoy the sun and beaches, and at night you can have a lot of fun …
Costa da Caparica is a small city in Almada district, twenty minutes' ride from the city center of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Costa (as most people call it) is well known for the amazing and not-so-crowded beaches and very good restaurants (mostly known for the grilled fresh fish and shellfish) and cafes with …
A small, low-key Moorish city in northern Portugal, Aveiro is Portuguese’s cross between Venice and Faro, with canals seeping through its quintessentially quaint Portuguese city and sandy beaches on its periphery. The locals are very friendly and clubs and small eatery stalls stay open until early morning. The small …
Porto is Portugal's second largest city and the home of the world famous Port wine. The city lies on the bank of the Duoro River and dates back to the Roman Empire. The city's Ribeira district, an ancient neighborhood uphill from the Duoro, is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site full of historic townhouses and …
Lagos, located in the Algarve region in southern Portugal, is one of the nicest towns around. It is equally suitable for nature lovers, history buffs, and party animals. Nature lovers are likely to appreciate the town's dramatic coastline with its steep brown, orange, and grey colored cliffs inhabited by wild birds and …
Estoril, most famous for its sandy beaches and perfect conditions for sea tourism, is traditionally regarded as the resort for the rich upper class not only in Portugal but in other Western European countries. That eventually reflects on the prices, which are noticeably higher than for other Portuguese resorts. However …
Braga is the third-biggest city in Portugal (after Lisbon and Oporto) and also the oldest one, being a part of Portugal's Northern area of Minho. Braga proudly displays a well preserved Historic Center that is considered to be one of the most relevant in the country, due to its historic significance. No wonder the old …
Portimão is one of the most popular and visited city of Algarve, in southern region of Portugal. This city is a very touristic area all year, but specially in summer. At this time, Portimão is invaded by tourists from all over the world looking for beautiful beaches with warm and calm waters, great cuisine, and an …
Faro is the main city of Algarve, the most southern region of Portugal. It is a very popular destination for Northern European travelers who appreciate the sunny weather and laid-back beach lifestyle in a country that, for Europe's standards, won't leave your pocket empty by the end of the trip. Not only is the …
Viana do Castelo is the capital of the district with the same name in the northern-most part of Portugal, the region of Minho and Lima. Lima is actually the name of the river that flows across this city and serves as the stage for the yearly pilgrimage of Nossa Senhora da Agonia (Our Lady of Agony). While in Viana, it' …
Sintra is one of the main touristic destinations for travelers going to Lisbon and wishing to explore the surroundings areas. Less than an hour's distance by car or train from central Lisbon, Sintra is a place that allows you to daydream about traveling back in time, to an era where royals had a luxurious lifestyle in …
Vila Nova de Cerveira is one of the closest towns to the country of Spain, when you are in the very north of Portugal. Alongside the river Minho, it's famous for its beautiful green landscapes; a mountain with a locally sculpted deer on top of it (that's beautifully lit-up at night); and a weekly market held on …
Ponta Delgada -- surrounded by the wild and deep Atlantic Ocean -- is for sure a city to see. There are just a few Ponta Delgada hostels, but you should have no problem finding a room because this island is not very touristic. During the religious Santo Cristo festival, you should book your rooms up to three months in …
Ericeira, a beautiful city located in the coastal center of Portugal just an hour from the capital of Lisbon, is an amazing city if you look for beautiful beaches and amazing waves, perfect for surf lovers (surf competitions are very common around here), delicious seafood (shellfish like lobster, crab, octopus are …
Cascais is a charming and coastal city near Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. During the day you can visit the center of the city (a small but picturesque village, which retains their old architecture and has a lot of shops, cafes, and small markets with art crafts), relax on the amazing beaches, visit the marina (see …
Figueira da Foz is an amazing coastal city in the central area of Portugal, just two hours away from Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Figueira da Foz is well known for beautiful and clean beaches, amazing cuisine, and lovely landscapes. During the day, you can make a visit through the city to see amazing churches, …