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    Cove Beach is one of the well known beaches of Portugal. They are an ideal place for all those who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city lif...
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    Llha de Tavira is the way to board Praia De Barril. The walk to Praria De Barril is very appeasing and the sceneries around is just amazing. That is ...
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    If you are looking for a calming ambience or a getaway, which will make you forget everything, then Lagos Beach is the perfect place to take that sabb...
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    Faro beach is a huge beach located at Faro in Portugal. Earlier the town of faro was known as a sleepy town but now it has all the facilities that Eur...
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    Sagres is a town located closely to the most south westerly part of Europe that is the Cape of St Vincent. Instead of the fact that it gives a desolat...
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    The name Calheta originated from the narrow inlet serving its harbor. The town of Calheta is surrounded by towering mountains, endless lush green mant...
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    1) Rabacal hut: a minor road runs 10km north to Calheta. It is known for the Risco Falls and the green gorge known as Vinte e Cinco Fontes (twenty fiv...
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    Faro is a Portuguese district located in the south of the country. It has numerous beaches which are admired for their immense ecological value and be...
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    1. Capela d’Ossos (Chapel of Bones) : - is a unusual chapel made of human bones. It is one of the greatest attractions in Faro. This chapel is insid...
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    The major tourists attraction in Algarve are given below : - a) Zoomarine : - The Life of the Sea: A mesmerizing and enlightening oceanographic facil...
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    Tavira is a word for beautiful town and great beaches. It is east of Faro in the south-east corner of Portugal. Tavira is considered to be one of the ...
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    1. Castro dos Mouros : - it is a beautiful castle surrounded with pretty garden and is privately owned but can be visited. The castle is purely of the...
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    The climate in the Algarve region of Portugal is mild, with little rainfall and plenty of sun throughout the year, making it an ideal year-round desti...
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    his city is the capital of the Baixa Alentejo District and maintains attractive visible evidence of its historic background. It is recorded as existin...
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    The Beja speak Beja or To Bedawie, an Afro-Asiatic language, Tigre, a Semitic language, and Arabic.
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    Beja worshiped Isis at Philae. Beja converted to Christianity in the 6th century under the influence of the three Nubian Christian Kingdoms that flour...
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    Setubal is a city located on the northern bank of the Sado river estuary approximately 40 Km south of Lisbon. Despite being a sizable port town with n...
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    By train You can access Setúbal by trains from Lisbon, and most towns in the surrounding area. You also have lots of trains from anywhere to Lisbo...
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    The town of Evora known like the golden age of Portugal after the destruction of Lisbon by the earthquake of 1755. Also is registered in the UNESCO wi...
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    Temperatures in Evora range from 6.05 to 31.75 (Celcius).
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    Évora (latitude 38.6º, longitude 7º54', altitude 300 m) is situated in Alentejo (south of Portugal). It is the chief city of the district and capit...
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    There are several traditional dishes:- Açorda, Migas com carne de porco, Carne de porco à alentejana, There are also several traditional desserts, a...
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    One of the nicer ways to see the city is by horse carriage ride. You can find them near the Cathedral. Otherwise there's no real problem in walking b...
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    There is a nice and big park (Jardim Público) where you can have a nice stroll. 1. Show yourself and see others at the Praça do Giraldo, the city's...
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    The capital of Portugal, Lisbon the city's modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan identity is today much similar to that which it enjoyed in the 15th and 1...
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    emperatures in Lisbon range from 7.65 to 29.55 (Celcius).
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    Lisbon has a warm climate, with sunny spring and summer days when temperatures frequently reach 85ºF (30ºC) or above. Winters are wet and windy, tem...
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    Castelo de Sao Jorge ---- The walls of Saint George's Castle, sitting atop a hill guarding the Tagus, date from the Moorish occupation in the 10th ce...
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    The Portuguese often eat a quite extensive lunch in the early afternoon, so they won’t get hungry and dine rather late. At lunchtime it is the best ...
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    Lisbon Marathon ---- The Lisbon Marathon is attracting more and more runners each year as its reputation extends as one of the best marathons in the w...
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    Lisbon has a very active nightlife, offering everything from clubs and bars to traditional Fado music, international concerts and fantastic theatre. T...
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    Shopping in Lisbon is an all-day affair with plenty of major shopping malls, including two of Europe’s largest, namely Centro Colombo and the Amorei...
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    The fastest way to get around is by metro, which covers most of the city, and complementing this is a network of trams, buses, funiculars and a vertic...
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    Santarém (altitude: 108m/354ft), capital of the old province of Ribatejo, is a town of low whitewashed houses built on a hill above the right bank of...
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    A detailed list of popular top rated tourist attractions to visit while in Santarem, Portugal, Portugal. View all Top Santarem, Portugal Tourist Attr...
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    Coimbra is the third largest portuguese city with 150.000 inhabitants and it is the biggest city in the central area of Portugal. Coimbra, the first c...
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    Temperatures in Coimbra range from 7.2 to 27.95 (Celcius).
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    oacal buses seem to be everywhere. Their main depot is opposite the turismo near the river - but tickets and passes can be bought at most book hsops a...
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    University of Coimbra Botanical Garden Machado de Castro National Museum Igreja de Santa Cruz (church in Baixa) Medieval Downtown (Sao Tiago;Sao...
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    By Plane --- The most convenient airports for Coimbra are (in order of distance): Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport, Porto Portela Airport By Trai...
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    Trancoso: With an altitude of 880m/2,886ft about 20km/12mi north of Celorico da Beira, is encircled by walls that were still being extended in the 16t...
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    By Air: The national carrier, TAP Air Portugal, flies to and from more than fifty cities in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Macau and North and South...
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    Temperatures in Coimbra range from 7.2 to 27.95 (Celcius).
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    Viseu[1], is a charming hilltop city and district capital (around 50,000 inhabitants) in central Portugal. It is situated in the Beira Alta between th...
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    Viseu has excellent motorway links with other major cities, the coast and Spain via the junction of the A25 (east/west) and A24/IP3 (north/south) moto...
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    The numerous restaurants, cafés, pastelarias, bars and cervejarias provide excellent freshly prepared food for all budgets. Try the traditional pastr...
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    Porto, or Oporto, is Portugal's second largest city and capital of Portugal's beguiling north. Porto was selected the 2001 European Capital of Culture...
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    Blossoming of almond, apples, pears, cherries, oranges and figs is particularly striking in February. Summer is pleasant, with maritime winds moderati...
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    12th century cathedral or se. ---- Huge cathedral founded in the 12th century but extensively altered in the 18th. Open from 9am to 12:30 and 2:30 to ...
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    Lively and cosy eating places can be found down on the waterfronts, but be aware of the fact that these places can be more expensive than the restaura...
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    By car Porto, like most Portuguese cities, is a nightmare to drive in. Roads vary in conditions - from fully paved to cobbled lanes that can make eve...
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    Oporto is famous for it very much indoors but excited nightlife. You may start by going to samo glamorous bars at the Ribeira or in the old-center of ...
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    Porto lies just to the north of a coastal Mediterranean climate zone that encompasses most of central and southern Portugal. Summers are typically sun...
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    Braga, located in the North of Portugal, is considered the most religious city in the country with a high concentration of churches and sanctuaries. I...
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    By Bus The Bus Station is in Praça da República, daily connections to Coimbra, Porto and Lisbon. Buses to Porto run every 30 minutes and take just ...
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    Braga is famous for its churches and with 30 of them you could say they are the city’s main attraction. The Cathedral was built in Romanesque style ...
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    Inacio, Campo das Hortas 4 A popular Tasca style restaurant serving generous portions of good food at good value prices Pedra Furada, Estreda N 30...
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    The climate of Braga is characterised by winters of high pluviosity and low temperatures and by summers of low humidity and high temperatures. The win...
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    Caheta is a great place to chill out. The beach resort in Calheta is a paradise for sunbathers. It has imported golden Sahara sand, with a sheltered s...
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    Getting to and traveling around Portugal is as convenient these days as any other destination in Europe as it is facilitated by modern airports and a ...
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    Activities that must be included in your holiday are : WalkingMountain BikingBeach CyclingSailingFishingWater Surfing
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    Buses here are clean, cheap and reasonably comfortable way to travel round. All buses display their destination at the front. Avoid long, boring journ...
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    √ Aquatic Sports : - If you are an aquatic sports lover, or like practicing sports in the sea, come spend your vacations in Tavira. The Isla ...
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    Tavira has numerous bars, cafes and lounge for perfect entertainment. Acro bar : - is famous for serving finest of wines. The Poet : - is also a...
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    Tavira is a food-lovers paradise. It is a great place for those who enjoy seafood. There are plenty restaurants along the riverbank serving excellent ...
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    Tavira is well equipped with supermarkets for self-caterers on holiday. There are many souvenir selling shops that sell cork items, lace, embroidered ...
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    Tavira is an alluring holiday destination. Enjoy finding sea shells on the golden sandy beaches surrounded with crystal clear water. It is also known ...
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    Tavira has connecting buses and trains for traveling around. You can even hire a taxi or take car on rent.
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    Tavira is located around 40 minutes from Faro. After reaching Faro you can either board a train or bus. The bus is more convenient and cheap mode of t...
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    Active Madeira run bespoke, self catering activity holidays for groups staying at our luxury hillside coastal villa 'A Vigia' in Calheta, on the beaut...
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    Sagres Natura Surfcamp was developed to promote outdoor sporting activities that can be practised in and around Sagres. Specialising in surfing, Sag...
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    'Nevosa' is the highest point on the Ger's Mountains on the north of Portugal (Penega-Ger's National Park). It's 1534 meters high and to get there you...
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