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Porto, Portugal’s second-largest city – is rich in architecture, museums and wine. It’s a lively city built on the steep granite rising above the Rio Duoro with a UNESCO World Heritage listed old ...
South of Portugal, 320 mi (515 km) off the coast of North Africa, lies one of the jewels of the Portuguese Islands – Madeira. Famous for its wine, it also has year-round mild temperatures and ...
Gorgeous beaches, spectacular coast, surf, dolphins, sunshine, plus castles and countryside. What’s not to love about Portugal’s playground, The Algarve? Well, the crowds of tourists for one. In peak ...
Written by Sasha, January 2013
Colorful Nazaré is huddled on the western, Atlantic coast of Portugal , 60 miles (100 km) north of Lisbon
in Estremadura. Essentially a traditional fishing village with wide,
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
In northern Portugal , well inland from Porto ,
is a small rugged valley that was destined to be flooded into becoming a
dam but is now a protected World Heritage national park. Why did its ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
Sintra has palaces
and castles enough to satisfy anyone – even UNESCO, who made it a World
Heritage Site in 1995 for its nineteenth century Romantic cultural
That famous English ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2012
Once the main visitors to the coastal town of Setubal, sardines
contributed to the town’s thriving fishing industry. Now there are
dolphins living in the Sado River estuary and the lovely beaches ...
Évora is a beautiful city in Portugal
with archeological findings dating back to 4,000 BC. With a
well-preserved UNESCO-listed town center, some beautiful churches and
plenty of ...
One of my favourite things about Lisbon
is the transport. It has everything. A modern metro decorated with
contemporary art, iconic yellow trams, funiculars for those hills, even
an elevator ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2012
Porto (or Oporto) and the nearby Duoro
Valley is the true home of port. It was first developed here when
British winemakers added a neutral grape spirit to stop the wine
fermenting further on ...
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