- 1Portugal257 reviews
Here on a one night stop over. Have always had an interest in Lisbon but somehow has never captured my imagination like other European options. What a surprise. Think of it as a European San Francisco minus the tech boom. Artsy and a little gritty but packs a lot of no nonsense style and is very enjoyable.
- 2Portugal117 reviews
One of the most beautiful places I have been to in Europe. Great people, tasty food and amazing port wine
- 3Portugal25 reviews
Winter in Madeira Island;)
- 4Portugal35 reviews
A short train ride along the shore from Lisbon's Cais do Sodré station leads to Cascais, a formerly quaint fishing village that became (along with neighboring Estoril) a popular resort favored by European nobility and kings in the early 20th century. Today it is a colorful cosmopolitan town with elegant pedestrian streets, luxuriant villas, fashionable shops, restaurants and bars. Gayle ...
- 5Portugal19 reviews
It's a shame that when people go to Portugal, they start in Lisbon and then usually head south to the Algarve. Not that these aren't great places, but the northern half of the country has so much to offer too! Coimbra is an energetic university town where students bustle about their day in the robes used only for graduation ceremonies ...
- 6Portugal19 reviews
The beaches are absolutely amazing. The most beautiful I've ever seen. Must stay hostel: The Rising Cock Must go to local bar: 3 monkeys- party is raging here even on Sunday nights. Filled with backpackers and travelers.
- 7Portugal40 reviews
Perfect day trip from Lisbon. An easy train ride away with several historical landmarks, a few castles and super close to the Atlantic Ocean. What more could you want?
- 8Portugal26 reviews
het is er geweldig mooi en heel veel te zien dus een aanrader
- 9Portugal18 reviews
i found personally the portugese people did not have a great personality towards english speaking tourists, temperature in the evenings got very cool which was surprising. faro was a very quite laid back place not your bustling buzzy place.
- 10Portugal11 reviews
Viana do Castelo is the major city north near the border with Spain and it's a beautiful city, worth a visit. A beautiful cathedral at the city highest point, with great views over the city, river and sea. City centre is beautiful. Once a year a medieval fair is organized at the city center! Great atmosphere and great chance to ...
- 11Portugal8 reviews
Gayle and I left Obidos on a very rainy day and decided that we should get down to our next stop in Queluz as soon as possible. That meant skipping Nazare to the North. But as a small consolation, we did want to see the Ocean and Peniche was the closest spot. The beach was nice (and rough) and the ...
- 12Portugal14 reviews
The historic city of Óbidos is a beautiful and unique location in Portugal. The city is built within the walls of an ancient castle and has many small restaurants with delicious food. If you want the complete experience you should stay in the Pousada do Castelo, a hotel located in the towers of the castle!
- 13Portugal7 reviews
Gayle and I spend a nice afternoon in Tomar, a charming and historical town on the banks of the Nabao River. The main attraction for us was the Knights Templar Castle and Convent of the Order of Christ. It's a huge and magnificent ensemble of 12th- to 16th-century architecture and art and a World Heritage Site. Back in town (and ...
- 14Portugal12 reviews
I would rank Sagres one of my favorite places on earth. Not that the town is special by any means, but there are at least 5 gorgeous beaches surrounding it--some good for surfing, lounging, swimming, wind surfing. Also nearby are the cliffs and lighthouse of Cape St Vincent.
- 15Portugal2 reviews
- 16Portugal9 reviews
We went to Harrys Bar in Vilamoura for 2013 New Years Eve to see in the new 2014 new year they had Karaoke on and the young Portuguese girl that did the show was very very good. Later on in the early hours we saw the Young Portuguese girl outside Harrys bar crying and the British owner of the bar ...
- 17Portugal6 reviews
Twenty kilometers of sandy beach! is that enough? and what about watching the sunset & drinking sangria at the Borda d'Agua Restaurant ( Morena Beach)?
- 18Portugal15 reviews
Our Lady of Fátima is a title given to the Virgin Mary with respect to reported apparitions of her to three shepherd children at Fátima in Portugal on the 13th day of six consecutive months in 1917, starting on May 13. The three children were Lúcia Santos and her cousins, siblings Jacinta and Francisco Marto. The title of Our Lady ...
- 19Portugal5 reviews
Wine and cheese tours by PORTAexpresso Tour Expereinces. www.portaexpresso.com
- 20Portugal9 reviews