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Exploring Portugal - 7 days Roundtrip Tour > Porto

Oporto - A city with a strong character, not only for its people but also for everything that wraps it. Here you can enjoy the old and the modern with a glass of one of the most respected wines in the World. Here the antagonism is particularly funny. It is a city more and more turned to the future, where easily we will find the ambiguous among design shops and fashion places and ancient figures walking by the riverside. Contradictory? Yes. However, a great family. Commercial trades were the origin of its heritage, its bourgeois bustle that awards feeling in everything. Also classified as World Heritage, the city in love embraces Douro river ...

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Wine Route Portugal - 7 days Roundtrip Tour > Lisboa

Beiras - The most important inland cities in the Beiras region of Portugal are Coimbra, Leiria, Viseu, Castelo Branco, Guarda and Covilha with Figueira da Foz and Aveiro being coastal towns.  The Beiras region has three sub regions : Beira Alta, Beira Baixa and Beira Litoral.  The coastal region has long sandy beaches and there is a beautiful Pousada facing the lagoon at Aveiro. Coimbra is an old university city that is worth a visit particularly for those who enjoy Fado, a particular type of song which is unique to Portugal. The Dao wine producing area is found in the more mountainous, inland area near Viseu. The east of the region is mountainous and still retains a traditional village way of life.

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Wine Tour Portugal - 7 days Roundtrip tour > Porto

Portugal started to export its wines to Rome during the Roman Empire. Modern exports developed with trade to England after the Methuen Treaty in 1703. From this commerce a wide variety of wines started to be grown in Portugal. And, in 1758, the first wine-producing region of the world, the Região Demarcada do Douro was created under the orientation of Marquis of Pombal, in the Douro Valley. Portugal has two wine producing regions protected by UNESCO as World Heritage: the Douro Valley Wine Region (Douro Vinhateiro) and Pico Island Wine Region (Ilha do Pico Vinhateira). Portugal has a large variety of native breeds, producing a very wide variety of different wines with distinctive personality.

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Arrabida Natural Park

Along the coast between Setúbal and Sesimbra, the Serra da Arrabida stretches up. These chalky hills have the only surviving example of primitive Mediterranean vegetation. Tucked away in the heart of Arrábida's Natural Park, the formation goes back 180 million years. The soil and mild climatic features, considered the best in Portugal, have produced a lush vegetation rich in species.

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Historical Portugal - 7 days Tour - Lisboa > Porto

Lisbon Region - The climate and the natural environment have always been exceptionally favourable making this region one of the most valued by tourists. During many years this region has been an exile for kings, aristocrats, actors and intellectuals: the Estoril majestic coast, the luxuriant Serra da Arrábida (Arrabida mountain range), unique for its natural beauty providing different outdoor activities, passing through the enigmatic town of Sintra, a romantic destiny, par excellence, and immortalized as the "glorious Eden" by the writer Lord Byron. The green sceneries, the mountains that contrast with the Ocean, the castle, the palaces, the houses and the local gastronomy, make this region one of the most pleasant destinies in Portugal.

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Lisbon with Nations Park

The Nations Park was used for the Expo 98 and now a new area of Lisbon that offers a lot of recreational activities, such as the Ocenarium- the Lisbon Aquarium...Discover the pavilions, the buildings, the works of Art, the gardens, the restaurants, the stores, the events, the outdoor activities...

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Óbidos, Batalha & Alcobaça

Óbidos, once the wedding present of a queen, the preserved medieval town of Óbidos lying 80 km north of Lisbon is without doubt one of Portugal's most classic walled settlements. When strolling along the maze of narrow cobbled streets of Óbidos, at each step, one comes upon vestiges of different civilizations.

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Óbidos, Batalha, Alcobaça & Fátima

Fátima, since 1917 pilgrims have not ceased to come to the Cova da Iria in thousands upon thousands from all parts of the world, at first on the 13th of each month. later during the summer and winter holidays, and now more and more at weekends and any day all the year round.

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Porto Wine and Fado Evening

Fado is the song that harnesses the Portuguese soul. Deep-seated feelings, disappointments in love, the sense of sadness and longing for someone who has gone away, everyday events, the ups and downs of life - inspiration for Fado can come from almost any source.

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Queluz & Sintra

It is upon this singularity that Sintra has been internationally acclaimed by poets, artists and thinkers. Its difference lies in the exceptional syncretism existing between Nature and its ancient monuments, in addition to the pioneering architectonic dreams it inspired in the Romantic period.

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Sintra & Cabo da Roca

The magic of the natural scenery and the memory of Man’s passage through Sintra, the mysterious mists, the play of water and greenery, result in a unique poetic ambience that makes Sintra a place that inspires.

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