Açores – Terceira

Each island of the Azores has its treasures, its secrets and many reasons that justify a visit.

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Belém

Belém is a picturesque part of Lisbon and hosts many of the most notable and important tourist attractions of the capital.

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Sintra – Palacio da Pena

The fantastic Palacio da Pena is one of the greatest examples of the romantic revival of the 20th century.

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LX Factory

Lx Factory is a creative mini-city. From architecture to music, it’s now the home of design companies, galleries and artists.

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Porto

One of the most significant aspects of Porto and its historical centre is its surrounding landscape and the steep river banks.

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Museu Nacional do Azulejo

Housed in a sublime 16th-century convent, Lisbon’s Museu Nacional do Azulejo covers the entire azulejo spectrum.

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Sintra – Quinta da Regaleira

The gardens of the Quinta da Regaleira were styled to represent ancient secret orders, with hidden tunnels and concealed symbolism.

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Ilha da Berlenga

Berlenga is about an hour north of Lisbon in what’s known as the Silver Coast of Portugal, just off the coast of the fishing town of Peniche.

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Açores – São Miguel

The main island of the Azores is certainly remote: adrift in the mid-Atlantic, 900 miles west of Lisbon.

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