Things to Do & Attractions in Portugal

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Armacao de Pera Beach

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

When it comes to beaches, Armacao de Pera has something for everyone. The beach, which stretches out in front of the fishermen’s village-meets resort town of ...  Read more

Armazém do Mercado

Skip shopping for ordinary souvenirs and instead head to Funchal’s Armazém do Mercado, or Market Warehouse. The cultural and commercial hub is located in ...  Read more

Arrabida Natural Park

Golden beaches, steep cliff sides, tall pine trees, and hillsides of Mediterranean greenery characterize Arrabida National Park, a stretch of land along the ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 58 Reviews

In Roman times, Aveiro was known as Aviarium, which in Latin means “gathering of birds” due to the large number of birds inhabiting the city’s lagoon area. ...  Read more

Avenida da Liberdade

Avenida da Liberdade (Liberty Avenue) is a wide, central boulevard in the heart of Lisbon. Stretching for more than a half-mile (1,100 meters), its ...  Read more

Avenida dos Aliados

This bustling promenade lies at the heart of Porto, a Beaux-Arts beauty stretching between the imposing, landmark bell tower of the marble-and-granite City ...  Read more

Bacalhôa Wines of Portugal (Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal)

One of the largest wine-producers in Portugal, Bacalhôa Wines is set in a 15th-century castle previously owned by the Portuguese Royal Family. ...  Read more

Badoca Safari Park

While in southwest Portugal, travel to what feels like the heart of Africa by heading to Badoca Safari Park. Situated about an hour and a half south of ...  Read more

Bairro Alto

Home of Portugal’s mournful fado singing, Lisbon’s 500-hundred-year-old Bairro Alto (this translates as ‘upper district’) sits at the working-class heart of ...  Read more

Baixa (Lower Town)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake, the Baixa is the lower town, nestled between the hills of Alfama, Chiado and Bairro Alto. Its wide avenues and ...  Read more


Barcelos is a city in the Braga district of northern Portugal. The city is well known for the place where the unofficial symbol of Portugal, the cockerel, ...  Read more


1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Located in the High Estremadura region of central Portugal, Batalha is an attractive town with plenty of excellent shops and restaurants surrounding one of ...  Read more

Batalha Monastery

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 38 Reviews

In 1385 King João I of Portugal declared that he would have a monastery built in honor of the Virgin Mary if his army was able to defeat the much larger ...  Read more

Belém Palace (Palacio de Belém)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Belem Palace was the official residence of Portugal's monarchs, and since 1910 it has been the home of the country's Presidents. It is located in the Belem ...  Read more

Belém Tower (Torre de Belém)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Portugal's caravels sailed off to conquer the great unknown from Belém, and today this leafy riverside precinct is a giant monument to the nation's Age ...  Read more

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