Special Portugal: 5 destinations to discover
Special Portugal: 5 destinations to discover offers towards magnificent Portugal. You are spoiled for choice … Do you prefer to stay along the coasts of the Old Continent or land in Madeira? Better the Azores? And now you have not already water in your mouth?
1. Oporto, 43 euros
The Torre dos Clerigos is the symbol of this pretty city, crossed by the river Duoro and its main street Avenida dos Aliados. Do not miss, of course, to taste the most famous and well-known thing in this city … Porto! It is one of the best places of Special Portugal.
2. Lisbon, 52 euros
The beautiful capital of Portugal, full of history and culture, and enviable nightlife. After a nice walk between the Tower of Belem, the Monastery dos Jeronimos and two seafront steps take some time to taste a pastel de nata in the Antiga confeitaria de Belem. It is one of the best places of Special Portugal.
3. Funchal, 214 euros
You go to the open sea, indeed, in the ocean! Funchal is the main tourist center of the island of Madeira, a strip of land very visited for its natural features, its coasts and the mountainous area, Pico Roivo and Pico Ariero. Another nearby island is Porto Santo, even here the vineyards are everywhere. It is one of the best places of Special Portugal.
4. Faro, 234 euros
Capital of the Algarve, Faro has for centuries been a great fishing village and today an interesting seaside resort. Behind there is a large lagoon or the Ria Formasa Natural Park, tens of kilometers long and is near Tavira and Olhao. It is one of the best places of Special Portugal.
5. Ponta Delgada, 290 euros
And here instead we are in the famous Azores! It is enough to name them to evoke the sense of vancaza. Ponta Delgada is the capital of these 9 Portuguese islands in the middle of the Atlantic and is located in Sao Miguel. Not only the sea, but Mount Pico is also the highest in Portugal and stands at 2,351 meters in height. It is one of the best places of Special Portugal.
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