The history of Porto dates back to the 4th century. The charm & character of its old quarters filled with cafes & shopping centres is matched by the Cathedral area, perfect for exploring.
On the marina in the historic heart of Cascais, the upscale western suburb of Lisbon, a nineteenth-century manor house and a neighboring lighthouse have been painstakingly renovated, converted into a contemporary-style design hotel, complete with all the expected trappings: a Mediterranean fusion...
Spend an entire day along the majestic area of the main Portuguese gothic monasteries and churches.
Visit one of the oldest cities in the world. Lisbon's history dates back to 300,000 years ago, however it emerged as a nation state in the early 12th century, and ranks as one of the world's longest founded cities.
An Exclusive Package of the TOP Attractions in this Incredible City, Saving you Time and Money, so you can see More. Lisbon T.H.E. Pass offers much fun and excitement. It will create memories to last a lifetime!
Just down the road from the National Art Museum on the Rua das Janelas Verdes is an eighteenth-century mansion; once the home of the Portuguese novelist Eça de Queirós, today it’s a small and elegant boutique hotel, with many of the trappings of an old-fashioned literary residence— wood-pan...
Aveiro is known as the “Portuguese Venice” where the river channels within the city gives you a magical scenario.
If you haven’t been to Portugal in a while you might be surprised at the explosion of new contemporary design that’s taken place there. Suddenly this classic, conservative town is full of striking avant-garde architecture and interiors. And that goes for the hotels as well — among the best of the...
Guimarães, the “Birthplace” of Portugal where you will visit the medieval castle and the beautiful City Centre – Unesco World Heritage.
In the heart of Algarve region, Albufeira attracts thousands of visitors with its nice beaches, lovely cobbled streets and lively nightlife.