Portugal unusual places to visit
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Summer can be a bit of a nightmare when it comes to tourist traps, and now that tourism is open for business in Portugal this summer after the COVID-19 pandemic, people are dreaming of the summer holidays more than ever after months stuck at home, and now that Portugal has been included in the UK's
Every once and a while, we like to open the doors of a truly amazing property and let you have a look around.
Anyone who visits Sintra is undoubtedly left awestruck in wonder. The romantic Portuguese village, close to Lisbon, is part of the 101 wonderful landscapes in the world included in a new book released by the largest travel guide publisher in the world, Lonely Planet, called "Wonders of the World".
For thousands of years, humankind has been fascinated with the stars in the night sky and our Neolithic ancestors built strange stone structures to reflect their vision of the ancient world.
São João do Porto When: 23rd June 2019 Where: Oporto, Portugal Website: visitportugal. com
If you’re visiting the Portuguese island of Madeira with children, one of the best and most exciting activities you can do is take a ride in one of the Carreiros do Monte, a basket which goes down a toboggan run for 2 kilometres of open road at a breakneck speed of 30 mph.
Portugal has many palaces architectural wonders to discover, and there are few more curious than the Quinta da Regaleira in Sintra.
He’s the most famous footballer of our times, and now there’s a museum to honour him in his home town of Funchal on the Portuguese island of Madeira. The CR7 Museum is an absolute must for all fans of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Of all the amazing things Portugal has to offer visitors, one of the most quirky and curious may be the Casa do Penedo, a house built into rock near Fafe, in the District of Braga in northern Portugal.