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Portugal

Portugal is an enchanting country with beautiful coastlines, pristine vineyards, and gorgeous mountains dappled with ancient castles. Here, you will discover Celtic, Roman, and Islamic inspired architecture, magical castles, coastal cities, magnificent seafood, and fine wine.

Highlights

  • Visit Lisbon; a colorful, coastal, hilly city which serves as Portugal’s capital. See many iconic sites and areas, including Castelo de São Jorge and the Alfama neighborhood. Discover the historical Belém Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which was once a port from where Portuguese voyagers departed to establish the first European trade.

  • Observe fantastic city views from the Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara, a summit within the Bairro Alto neighborhood. Make sure to stop and enjoy the soul of Portugal, also known as traditional Fado music.

  • Tour the beautiful landscapes of the Douro Valley. Sip home-grown wines from a local vineyard, enjoy a relaxing cruise along the river, and explore charming towns speckled throughout the countryside.

  • Explore the town of Sintra, a fairytale-like village embedded within the green Sintra Mountains, filled with pastel-colored villas, elaborate palaces, and ancient castles.

  • Relax on the Algarve coastline, which is home to sun-drenched beaches and aqua blue waters. Discover hidden beaches, charming villages, modern hotels, and quaint restaurants with delicious, Mediterranean cuisine.

Good to know

  • Travel to Portugal in June through September to enjoy traditional festivals like the São João in Porto and the Santo António in Lisbon