Attractions in Portugal
Évora is a virtual museum of a town that reached its golden age in the 15th century. The walled old centre contains a looming cathedral, a Roman temple, and picturesque plazas for an insight in the spectacular architecture.
Parque das Nações
Is a museum in Lisbon known for it weird and wondrous collection of public art.
A colourful tapestry of urban life awaits in the hilltop neighbourhoods of Lisbon. Known for it wonderful cafes and outdoor envirnment. The city also has the largest oceanarium in Europe.
Sintra is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is the idyllic town surrounded by wooded hillsides. See the Portuguese royal family and the beautiful Monserrate gardens.
Portugal’s Oldest University
the Town of Coimbra is home to Portugal's oldest and most venerated university and contains an abundant amount of Portuguese culture. It is set amongst an old town of historic churches and medieval alleyways. You will notice the strong presence of students that exist in Coimbra.
Cabo de São Vicente
Is Europe's southwestern-most point. Lying near some spectacularly rugged and windswept beaches, with views that are simply spectacular.
Monastery of Batalha
The Mosteiro de Santa Mariais a gothic Manueline masterpiece built to commemorate the 1385 victory over Spain in the Battle of Aljubarrota, and is a major icons of Portugal.
Known for the location in which famous explorer Vasco Da Gama set sail during the Age of Discoveries. You can also visit the Jerónimos Monastery.
The Knights Templar castle in Tomar contains intriguing medieval relics that are a must see when travelling to Portugal. The Convent of the Order of Christ at the heart of the castle complex is one of Portugal's premier artistic and historical structures.
Tavira is one of the Algarve's oldest and least spoiled towns. Is a the picturesque settlement with an array of gothic and Renaissance churches, old fortifications, a seven-arched Roman bridge and a pristine island beach.
City of Ribeira
This UNESCO World Heritage site in Porto has history lurking round every corner, from its neo classical Stock Exchange Palace to its romanesque-gothic Cathedral, Make an effort to see the vibrant waterfront of Cais da Ribeira.
The birthplace to the Portuguese nation and known as the medieval capital. Offers castle ruins and narrow lane ways to make up the city. The castle ruins was home to the Dukes of Braganca.
City of Braga
Braga is a lively little city with an exquisite assortment of baroque churches, a sprawling cathedral and Roman ruins and is the heart of Portugal. Braga host multiple religious festivals throughout the year, including Portugal's most colourful Holy Week.
The Côa Valley Archaeological Park is home to a magnificent collection of rock carvings from the Upper Palaeolithic period (22,000-10,000BC).
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