Portugal is just as sunny and beautiful as its neighbour, Spain. And just as the latter, it is an excellent holiday destination, but less overrun by tourists. Portugal is situated in southwestern Europe on the Atlantic and enjoys a mild, mediterranean climate. Portugal is split in two by the Tagus river. The northern part of the country is mountainous, rather rainy and cool, while the south is plainer, warmer and drier.
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Lisbon is a living city with a rich history and a large number of monuments, churches and castles, which define the appearance of the city.
The world famous Port wine, the typical alleyways and the picturesque “zona ribeirinha” on the River Douro are all good reasons to visit Porto, and the city has even more to offer …
Wrap up warm and take a bracing walk on the wild western side of the Algarve. Explore the bays between Lagos
and witness the tremendous power of the Atlantic. There are plenty of tiny bars and cafes to warm up in along the way.
Funchal is the capital of the stunning island of Madeira also known as “Pearl of the Atlantic” or “floating Garden”