Once a maritime superpower lauded for their dedication to exploring parts of the world never seen before, the southern European country of Portugal is still a powerhouse, drawing visitors from across the globe. From the gorgeous beaches and resorts of the Algarve to the urban offerings of Lisbon and Porto, this small country dazzles with charm and culture, and doesn’t disappoint when it comes to cuisine and classical architecture.
Tours in Portugal
Fado Experience and Dinner in PortoPortugal | 3 hours tour From $90 Per Person
Porto & Douro Valley 5 Day Tour PackagePortugal | 5 days package From $275 Per Person
Sete Cidades Hiking Tour from Ponta DelgadaPortugal | 8 hours tour From $69 Per Person
Pico Island Tour from MadalenaPortugal | 8 hours tour From $105 Per Person
Whale and Dolphin Watching Tour from Ponta DelgadaPortugal | 3 hours tour From $75 Per Person
Highlights of Portugal 11 Day Package TourPortugal | 11 days package From $2,015 Per Person
Cities & Regions of Portugal
The Portuguese capital has won a legion of fans during its extraordinarily long history. Filled with pastel-colored homes, grand palaces and modern engineering marvels, Lisbon has a class it’s impossible to fake. Jump on its clunky trams and you’ll soon discover a unique cultural life ranging from bacalao to fado.
Portugal’s second-city, Porto is intricately linked with port wine. It was this wine which funded many of the relics that make the city such a wonderful place to explore. Uncompromisingly beautiful, its riverside is awash with bars and restaurants. Food aside, Porto is also big on design, with no street without its own treasure.
Dream it and the Algarve has it. Whitewashed fishing villages clinging to the cliffs above tiny bays compete with all-inclusive resorts boasting miles of Atlantic beaches. Championship standard golf courses rival the region’s interior, which is perfect hiking country. And modern art vie for attention with impressive ancient remains.
The Azores comprise nine tiny yet dramatic dots of land in the mid-Atlantic Ocean. A place where myths are made, crater lakes separate small, isolated villages. Proud of their unique traditions, no two islands are identical, making a trip to the Azores a voyage of discovery in more ways than one.
Portugal’s enchanted isle, Madeira offers visitors some of the country’s most diverse landscapes. Streams tumble through subtropical forests, while sea cliffs line up above rare black sand beaches. Whether you come for the walking or the wine tasting, the flora or the fauna, Madeira goes beyond your usual island escape.