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Lisbon - path along the #Tagus river - People walking, Parque das Nações, Park of the Nations Lisbon, Portugal_2171

Lisbon - path along the #Tagus river - People walking, Parque das Nações, Park of the Nations Lisbon, Portugal_2171

BET YOU DIDN'T REALIZE PORTUGAL WAS THIS SHOW-STOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL

Bet You Didn't Realize Portugal Was This Show-Stoppingly Beautiful

7 Stunning Off The Beaten Track Places to Visit in Portugal - Portugal has growing interest by all kinds of travellers. Cheap good food, warm weather, top-notch Atlantic beaches and welcoming people have turned this little Atlantic-bordered country into a tourist hotspot in Europe. || The Planet D

7 Stunning Off The Beaten Track Places to Visit in Portugal

7 Stunning Off The Beaten Track Places to Visit in Portugal - Portugal has growing interest by all kinds of travellers. Cheap good food, warm weather, top-notch Atlantic beaches and welcoming people have turned this little Atlantic-bordered country into a tourist hotspot in Europe. || The Planet D

Portugal Travel Guide - Practical info and suggestions for your accommodations in Portugal - Portugal hotels and locations - Camping in portugal

Portugal Travel Guide - Destination by Destination

Portugal Travel Guide - Practical info and suggestions for your accommodations in Portugal - Portugal hotels and locations - Camping in portugal

The Douro Valley is one of Portugal's best wine-growing regions. Image courtesy of Jsome 1 on Flickr.

The Douro Valley is one of Portugal's best wine-growing regions. Image courtesy of Jsome 1 on Flickr.

Porto Covo beach – Sines #Portugal enjoy portugal holidays www.enjoyportugal.eu

Porto Covo beach – Sines #Portugal enjoy portugal holidays www.enjoyportugal.eu

Braga’s Monuments (Portugal). 'Portugal’s third-largest city is blessed with terrific restaurants, a vibrant university and raucous festivals, but when it comes to historic sites it is unparalleled in Portugal. Here’s the remarkable 12th-century cathedral, there’s a 14thcentury church. Braga has not one, but two sets of Roman ruins, and an 18th-century palace turned museum. Then there’s Escadaria do Bom Jesus.' www.lonelyplanet....

Braga’s Monuments (Portugal). 'Portugal’s third-largest city is blessed with terrific restaurants, a vibrant university and raucous festivals, but when it comes to historic sites it is unparalleled in Portugal. Here’s the remarkable 12th-century cathedral, there’s a 14thcentury church. Braga has not one, but two sets of Roman ruins, and an 18th-century palace turned museum. Then there’s Escadaria do Bom Jesus.' www.lonelyplanet....

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