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  • 1


    257 reviews

    Beautiful city, the capital of Portugal is ancient and modern at once. Lovely old architecture mixed with equally impressive buildings built yesterday. And it's on the sea! Hurrah!

  • 2


    119 reviews

    Absolutely fantastic!!! Nothing in the world is going to be better

  • 3


    40 reviews

    During our Portugal Honeymoon, Gayle and I took the train from Rossio Station in Lisbon to Sintra. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on account of its 19th century Romantic architecture. And whether you're talking about the old Town Centre area, the Pena Palace, the nearby Moorish Castle, and the extensive surrounding park lands, this place is gorgeous ...

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    19 reviews

    Coimbra is Portugal's University Town. And don't let the drab outer suburbs fool you. Once you get down by the river and wander up the hill, the vibe is pretty cool. We particularly liked the combination of elevator and funicular that got us up to the University area.

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    35 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 ...

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    15 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 ...

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    8 reviews

    Évora is ranked number two in the Portuguese most livable cities survey of living conditions. Due to its well-preserved old town centre, still partially enclosed by medieval walls, and a large number of monuments dating from various historical periods, including a Roman Temple, Évora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's also located in the Alentejo province and has great ...

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    Vila Nova de Gaia

    6 reviews

    Vila Nova de Gaia, or simply Gaia is located in the Porto District, south of the city of Porto on the other side of the Douro River. It is also well known for its "lodges" (locally known as "caves") where the world famous Port wine is stored and aged. The lodges were a major tourist attraction and source of fine ...

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  • 9


    25 reviews

    Love home

  • 10


    19 reviews

    Lagos is a city in the southern part(the algarve) of Portugal. It is largest city in the western part of the Algarve. Lagos has a two thousand year history dating back to the Phoenicians, the Carthagenians, the Romans, the Moors, and the Spanish, among others. The city was also the very epicenter of Prince Henry the Navigators "Age of Discovery," ...

  • 11


    26 reviews

    A Great place to go. Some fantastic scenery and the people are very nice. The jeep safari is a must. The trip takes you up into the mountains and you get the most spectacular views. You have to be prepared to share the ride with other tourists but it is well worth it.

  • 12


    18 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.

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    Viana do Castelo

    11 reviews

    little town with a lot of beach cheap food and farms in all a nice little town

  • 14


    8 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 ...

  • 15


    14 reviews

    The town of Óbidos is located on a hilltop, encircled by a fortified wall. It is known as the "Wedding Present Town" because it was a gift King Dinis gave to Queen Isabel on their wedding day in 1282. Appropriately, Gayle and I spend part of our Honeymoon here. Obidos is an extraordinarily romantic and picturesque place. This includes cobblestone ...

  • 16


    7 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 ...

  • 17


    12 reviews

    Sagres is popular for a reason - it's spectacular coastline and year round sunshine. The beaches are beautiful and there's a host of scenes to choose from and even some where privacy is not at a premium - good for the first time topless set . And if you're an exhibitionist, well there's a beach for that too, isn't there?

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    2 reviews
  • 19


    9 reviews

    Small village in Algarve, much quieter than Albufeira but with a wonderful marina full of mega yachts and sailing boats. More than one golf court in the area and a long sandy beach in front of big (and slightly dated) resorts.

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    Costa da Caparica

    6 reviews

    Lisbon is a big city, but that doesn't mean you have to go far to sink your toes into the sand. Most tourist overlook the nearest beach area, Caparica, and head northwest. Though I suggest visiting Caiscas and the great beaches to the north, Caparica is 10-15 on public transport. You can't beat it.

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