Live Vividly. Lisbon isn’t a city of sights the way that Paris or Rome is – there’s nothing like t...
The double town of Estoril-Cascais claims to be the centre of the "Portuguese Riviera". It is ful...
The first center of European Romantic Architecture. In the 19th century Sintra became the first c...
Centuries of beautiful architecture can be found here. This museum-city, whose roots go back to R...
Moura (pron. 'mo(ou)ɾɐ) is a municipality in Portugal with a total area of 958.4 km² and a total ...
Monsaraz is a small fortified medieval village, that on stands on a hill on the right margin of t...
You're very close to the Spanish border here. The little town, in the lower part of which a lovel...
This article is about Portalegre, Alentejo, Portugal. For Porto Alegre, in Rio Grande do Sul, B...
Peniche still lives off fishing. You can see this for yourself when the boats enter the small har...
Take a stroll through a medieval town - massive walls, white façades and cultivated cosiness. Comp...
This little town is dominated by the Mosteiro de Santa Maria, a former Cistercian abbey, which wa...
On the hill above the Tomar, one can see the Convento de Cristo, a castle which has been designed...
Costa Nova offers its visitors a small gem: the Fisherman's Whart, with its tiny, colourful boats...
A good illustration of the development of Portuguese architecture. The historic town of Guimarãe...
The most important church in Braga is the cathedral dating from the 11th century. Romanesque styl...
This little town 20 km to the west has become famous, thanks to the famous rooster, the local sym...
In the little town of Ponte de Lima, the river is spanned by the 277 m long Ponte Românica. This ...
This bridge has spanned the Rio Lima since the 15th century and since this time the town has prou...
A town with deep contrasts, feelings and a hidden energy that comes from the streets, the Douro r...