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Whether you’re trying to tick off as many UNESCO World Heritage sights as you can, sampling a famous pastéis de nata (Portuguese custard tart) in the lively city of Lisbon or learning to surf in Ericeira, your trip to Portugal is sure to be unforgettable.
Here, there are 50,077 hotels starting at $160 a night. Lisbon is one of the most affordable European capitals to visit, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t save some cash when you can. The best way to stretch your budget is to bundle your hotel and flights into a neat Portugal Vacation Package. On top of this, you can also add experiences and car packages — your itinerary will be sorted in no time. If you love exploring medieval castles, why not add a tour of Castelo de São Jorge to your booking?
Day 1-3: Ride a tram up the picturesque hills of Lisbon for a stunning view of the port below. Tour some of the city’s best sights, such as Castelo de São Jorge, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and Oceanário de Lisboa.
Day 4: Rent a car and take a short drive to the fairy-tale town of Sintra. The National Palace of Pena, the Castle of the Moors, and Quinta da Regaleira are must-sees.
Day 5-6: From Sintra, it’s about a 3 hour drive north to Porto, a charming city with plenty of culinary delights on offer. Wander around admiring the stunning architecture before spending a romantic evening watching the sunset along Cais da Ribeira.
If you’re a fan of good food, music and dancing, you’ll love Carnival in Portugal. These lively celebrations take place before Lent, which is usually during the month of February.
Lisbon Vacation Packages are the way to go if you’re planning on exploring the delights of Portugal’s capital.
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When you visit Sao Miguel Island, you can enjoy a wide variety of attractions, though Terra Nostra Park tends to stand out from among the offerings. While the preserved nature area is certainly impressive, you can also find centuries-old architecture and pristine beaches. Several golf courses are also available, alongside lakes that offer some alluring tranquility and opportunities for exciting watersports.
Algarve is an impressive destination where you'll find many historical sites, including ancient castles. Many of the historical sites here date back centuries, but that's just the beginning of what this region has to offer. You'll also find luxurious and pristine beach resorts and world-class golf courses, so it's easy to feel pampered with a more refined vacation experience offered here.
The Azores is an iconic region of Portugal that's best known for its natural features and diverse wildlife. It's one of the most popular destinations for whale and dolphin watching with some opportunities to swim with the dolphins if you visit during the right time of year. The immense waters and greenlands are impressive enough to warrant some outdoor adventure.
The Lisbon District is one of the most populous districts in the country, as it's home to the capital city of the same name. When you visit, you'll find beaches and coastal splendor alongside dense urban areas. Historical sites are available throughout, but they tend to concentrate in Lisbon itself for the most part. Don't forget to check out the local villages if you want charm away from crowds.
Madeira Island is best known for its wine. A good distance away from the Portuguese mainland, this island is famous around the world for its impressive winemaking, and you can visit local vineyards for a tour and tasting if you like. Aside from the wine, you'll find stunning natural features, viewpoints, and beaches here, so there's always something fun to do.
Porto is a city in northeastern Portugal known for its rich history and impressive winemaking. Port wine is the staple for the city, and you won't want to visit this town without trying some if you're interested in wines. Additionally, you'll find well-preserved historical sites here, as the city's historic center is officially designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Framed by bars, galleries and shops, this leafy plaza is a great starting point for exploring the treasures of Albufeira’s historic center.
See the people-packed central square whose swirling wave-patterned cobbles are thought to have inspired copycat pavements across the rest of Portugal and beyond.
Pine groves crown the scorched red-orange cliffs edging this long and wide beach, complete with comfortable amenities, watersports options and lifeguard patrols.