Portugal is a stunning country; from its landscape to beautiful architecture, simple yet mouthwatering cuisine and world famous wines. It can safely boast some of the most romantic cities in the world. Its breathtakingly beautiful capital with the most amazing light that has to be seen to be understood, picturesque Mediaeval town of Óbidos or the charming city of Porto are just a few of the varied delights Portugal has to offer.
One of northern Portugal’s best kept secrets; Aveiro is a small city just 50 miles south of Porto. It lies on the mouth of an estuary, has a lagoon, is surrounded by terrific coastline and has a canal system dividing the quarters.
Cascais is an aristocratic coastal town in Portugal that attracts Europe´s jet set and is famous for its boutique hotels, fine restaurants, nearby casinos.
Coimbra, Portugal's beautiful colonial town, is located on a hill just above the river Mondego and is home to the oldest university in the country.
The Roman town of Evora is about 150 km south of Lisbon, on top of a steep hill and dominated by a large cathedral, in the heart of Alentejo wine region.
There are probably more romantic cities, other cities are definitely more beautiful, but Lisbon has something special, impossible to articulate in words
Óbidos is one of Portugal's most loveliest villages, located in the center of the country in the Ribatejo Wine Region (Tejo)
Portugal's second biggest city, Oporto is the capital of Portugal's most famous wine region - Port, and has a history stretching back several millennia.
Sintra is the most beautiful village in Portugal. Its landscape is filled with history and culture, and was a royal sanctuary during the summer months.
Viana do Castelo
Viana do Castelo is the gem of the Northern Green Coast, “Costa Verde”. It sits at the mouth of the River Lima, just 50 miles North of Porto.