PORTUGAL elected




Lisboa is a cosmopolitan city well-known for its historical districts and good accesses. Its various places of cultural interest allow you to enjoy beautiful views over the entire city. In addition to being considered the “Best Destination in Europe” for the third consecutive year, Lisboa was also nominated as the “Best Destination for a City break”, and the “Best Cruise Harbor in Europe”.


The city of Porto is known for its majestic bridges and for the production of Port wine. Along the riverbanks of the medieval district of Ribeira, narrow cobblestone streets weave through the houses and restaurants of the local merchants. The Church of São Francisco is well-known for its luxurious baroque interiors and ornamented gilded sculptures.


Thanks to its numerous monuments, nature reserves, typical cities and villages, the central region of Portugal, located between the sea and the mountains, offers a wide array of choices. In this region, you can find the caves of Mira de Aire, which is one of the “7 Natural Wonders of Portugal”, visit the Historical Villages of Portugal, the “Portuguese Venice”, the Passadiços do Paiva (nominated by the World Travel Awards), and several other Portuguese World Heritage-listed locations.


In the Alentejo region, we highlight the city of Évora and Elvas, two cities classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, which have become the most exciting tourist sites, in addition to the Alqueva, Monsaraz, Marvão, Castelo de Vide, Vila Viçosa, as well as locations such as Sines and Tróia in the coastal region of the Alentejo.


Winner of the award for “Best Beach Destination”, the Algarve is also well-known for its mountains and whitewashed fishing villages. In addition to the beach areas, you can enjoy the different golf courses at your disposal as well the evening entertainment and the typical Portuguese cuisine.


Well-known for its natural beauty, the Azores is located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. In its islands, each with its specific characteristics, you will have the opportunity to feel the presence of the earth’s energy in the thermal waters, in the volcanic lakes or in the famous Vale das Furnas.


With a privileged geographic location, the island of Madeira rapidly became a mandatory benchmark due to its growing importance in the tourist sector. Selvagens is the name of the group of islands which are located in the south of Madeira. This group is composed of two main islands and several other quite inhospitable small islands of volcanic origin.


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