Things to Do & Attractions in Portugal

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Berardo Collection Museum (Museu Colecao Berardo)

Considered the best modern and contemporary art museum in Portugal, the Berardo Collection is own by billionaire art collector José Berardo. Both the ...  Read more

Berlengas Archipelago

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

The Berlengas Archipelago is a rocky archipelago of three granite islands and a string of reefs around 11 km (seven miles) off the rugged Cape Carvoeiro on ...  Read more

Bica Funicular (Elevador da Bica)

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One of the primary modes of public transportation in hilly Lisbon are funiculars, and the Bica Funicular (Elevador da Bica) has been ferrying passengers up ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 19 Reviews

Originally founded by the Romans, 2,000-year-old Braga later became the first Christian settlement in Portugal. Today, it’s a lively university town with a ...  Read more

Braga Cathedral

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Located in city of Braga in northern Portugal, the Braga Cathedral is the oldest surviving church in Portugal and one of the most important monuments in the ...  Read more

Cabo da Roca

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Cabo da Roca is considered by some as one of the most, if not the best, scenic coastal walks in Europe. Located on the westernmost point of mainland Portugal, ...  Read more

Cabo Girao

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 40 Reviews

In 2012 a glass-floored viewing platform was installed in this already-popular lofty sea cliff on the southern coast of Madeira, making it an even more popular ...  Read more

Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon houses one of Portugal's finest private art collections. A wealthy man named Calouste Gulbenkian collected art for ...  Read more

Campo Pequeno

4 star rating: Recommended 521 Reviews

Campo Pequeno, Lisbon’s, neo-Moorish bullring, was built in the last years of the nineteenth century. Inspired by the Las Ventas bullring in Madrid, Camp ...  Read more

Cape Espichel (Cabo Espichel)

Known for its wild, untamed landscape, Cape Espichel is a southwestern headland in the Setúbal District. The cape meets the rough waters of the Atlantic ...  Read more

Carmo Convent (Igreja do Carmo)

To see evidence of the damage inflicted upon Lisbon by the destructive earthquake of 1755, the restored medieval Carmo Convent stands next to the ruins of its ...  Read more

Carmo Square (Largo do Carmo)

A shaded square surrounded by classic architecture, Carmo Square is the perfect place to stop for a break while exploring Lisbon’s Bairro Alto and Chiado ...  Read more

Casa da Música

The Casa da Música is as much of an architectural attraction as it is a musical attraction. The Casa da Música was completed in 2005, but is already ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 230 Reviews

Located west of Lisbon on the Estoril coast, the once-sleepy fishing village of Cascais has become the summer playground of city dwellers, adored for its ...  Read more

Castelo de Sao Jorge (St George's Castle)

The ocher-colored, imposing St George’s Castle is an iconic landmark standing high in Alfama with views over Lisbon and the Tagus waterfront from its ...  Read more

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