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Portugal

Portugal charmed us from the start as we ventured through a maze of colorful alleyways in Lisbon’s Bairro Alto neighborhood. After seeing panoramic views of the city and joining locals at a music festival, we took a road trip through the medieval villages of the Alentejo and through the Algarve’s scenic southern coast.

Do you like wine, seafood, enchanting scenery and history? Give Portugal a shot.

Explore 5 Travel Guides In Portugal

  • The Lisboans Hotel Review: Home Away From Home in Lisbon

    It's true that being at home is a feeling, not a place. As if we did not already feel at home in Lisbon because we'd been there before, this time, we felt like we had a private Portuguese homestay at The Lisboans, an apartment-style hotel located right downtown between Baixa and the Alfama.

  • 2 Day Itinerary in Porto

    Spending one day in Porto isn't enough time to see the entire city. A short Porto itinerary only gives you a preview. What are our top things to see in Porto?

  • Visit Beja: The Best Castles in Southern Portugal

    Castles aren't exactly what you expect when you think of Portugal. Believe it or not, Portugal does have some of the best castles to visit.

  • Best Small Towns and Villages for a Portugal Road Trip

    Which Alentejo villages are best to visit on a Portugal road trip? We found these charming and beautiful villages and towns to be the best for our tour of the Alentejo region in Portugal.

  • Unique and Local Tips for Exploring Lisbon

    Find the must-see places in Lisbon in this city travel guide, with a list of off the beaten path and alternative things to do. We're also recommending where to stay and what to eat and drink, in Lisbon.

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