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Portugal was one of the colonial era’s central powers. From its shores came the first European to reach India by sea. The Portuguese also conquered much of South America. Today, Portugal is no longer colonizing, but its cities reveal the nation’s former glory. Tour its famous port towns and explore its picturesque Atlantic islands.
Lisbon, Portugal's capital, shows off the country’s riches from the height of its colonial empire. Tour its Belém port district. From here, world-famous explorers like Vasco da Gama set sail centuries ago. Da Gama’s body is buried in the lengthy 16th-century Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) and his statue stands atop the grand Rua Augusta Arch. Lisbon also displays Portugal’s own history as a country colonized by other empires. Explore the hilltop fortress of the 11th-century Castelo de São Jorge, which features traces of Roman, Visigoth and Moorish peoples.
While Lisbon is a city built on imports, the large city of Porto thrives due to one of the country’s best-known exports: port, the sweet dessert wine. Explore the wine country surrounding the city, where terraced vineyards blanket the hills along valleys of the winding Douro River. Porto’s hillside cityscape features both Baroque and modern architectural masterworks amid colorful townhouses.
One attraction that sets Portugal apart from its European neighbors is the Azores archipelago far from its shores but within its Atlantic borders. Fly to this collection of nine volcanic islands for some of the best outdoor adventures in Portugal. Towering over the archipelago is the country’s highest peak, Mount Pico. Climb to the top for excellent views over the Azores’ central islands. The main island of São Miguel features volcanic hot springs, a picturesque crater lake at its center and one of Europe’s few tea plantations.
Begin your stay in Portugal by flying into an international airport outside Lisbon or one near Ponta Delgada on São Miguel. Untamed volcanic wilderness and former imperial riches await.
The view was perfect and not far from downtown. I paid for the breakfast which was delicious. I didn't like the fact that the hotel doesn't have Lunch and dinner.
The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The view and location of the property was relaxing and exactly what we were looking for. We had no car and the taxi services worked great for our location.
Beautiful hotel, lovely staff, good location, great food. Lovely outdoor area to use in summer. I’d definitely stay here again.
Amazing roof top pool with fantastic staff. Really enjoyed there breakfast buffet and turn down service. A try 5* hotel that is close to time out as. Alfama area’s
Nice Hotel . For business purposes. It is not located close to the tourist área of Lisbon. Price is on the high side .
Really good hotel, slightly out of the city but close to the metro and with Uber being so cheap it wasn’t a problem. Great facilities and lovely pool area
Modern Decor - Foods great! and so close to the airport - Would highly recommend