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Porto

City “Old, Very Noble, Always Loyal and invincible”. Porto is known so because of the brave acts of its inhabitants throughout the history of Portugal. Discover the corners of this city.

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Algarve

The Algarve is known for its beautiful beaches and breath-taking scenery. But it’s more than that. It is land connected to Henry the Navigator and the Discoveries. It is a region rich in customs and traditional economic activities.

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Alentejo

Tour through lands of Alentejo. Alter do Chão and its royal stud-farm; Estremoz and the Holly Queen Isabel; Evoramonte and its castle. Évora, a city where several kings of Portugal established their Court. Marvão, the «Eagles’ Nest».

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Alentejo Coastline

Tour through lands of the Order of Santiago (St. James the Greater), dominated by its castles and rich in natural beauty. In Badoca Safari Park discover nature in a different way.

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Aveiro

Aveiro is known as the “Portuguese Venice” because of the channels that spread through the city. Region linked to the salt, to the boat Moliceiro and codfish fishing.

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Battle of Aljubarrota

The battle of Aljubarrota – August 14, 1385 – was decisive for the maintenance of the Portuguese independence. Find out how it happened.

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Coimbra

Coimbra was the first capital of Portugal. Here you find the oldest University of the country. Queen Saint Isabel of Aragon is also part of the history of this city.

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Tomar and the Templars

Tomar’s history is closely related to the Order of the Knights Templar. Gualdim Pais, Grand Master of the Order, founded the castle and the village of Tomar in 1160.

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