Today we give you some suggestions of places that can not miss in Porugal.
Sintra starred in almost every period of Portuguese history, welcoming Moors, Portuguese kings and nobles. One of the most beautiful cities in the country has at least 5 palaces / convents surrounded by beautiful vegetation that characterizes Sintra and all worth a visit, including the Pena Palace, which was considered one of the 7 wonders of Portugal.
One of the best preserved and most picturesque vilages in the country, dating back to the distant villages thirteenth century. Obidos was the dowry of numerous queens, thus becoming the most romantic town in Portugal. Ideal for a vacation for two, with wonderful views from the village castle, acclaimed one of the 7 wonders of Portugal location.
One of the cities that produces the best craftsmanship in Portugal, Nazaré is also known for its fishermen, its beaches and its traditional folklore. The Nazaré became known worldwide for its waves in January 2013 when the famous surfer Garrett McNamara surfed a wave of 34 meters!
The most visited pilgrimage site in the Iberian Peninsula became known as Fatima, on May 13, 1917, the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in the form of Our Lady of Fatima.
Évora is one of the Portuguese cities with the most well-preserved historic center and one of the richest in terms of monuments, earning him the nickname “City Museum”. In 1986, the historic city center was declared World Heritage by UNESCO, and even today, this beautiful Alentejo city continues to tell his extensive history going back over two millennia.
Tomar is a city known for its fabulous monuments, among which the Convent of Christ, but also for its tourist potentials that provide visiting numerous monuments of historical, archaeological relics, among others.
Best known as an academic city with the founding of the University of Coimbra dating the year 1290, was National Capital of Culture in 2003 and is one of the oldest cities in the country. Represents the major ex-libris your University, the oldest in Portugal and Portuguese-speaking countries, as well as one of the oldest in Europe.
Serra da Arrabida
The Capuchin Convent is an increase in the Setubal Peninsula, which has its highest point at 501 meters altitude. Its climate has a rich flora in Mediterranean species such as holm oak, cork and oak trees. Here lived the poets Frei Agostinho da Cruz and Sebastião da Gama, who made the mountains and its magnificent natural beauty, a recurring motif in his works.