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You article is great. Any personal suggestions for me not to miss? Where would you suggest we stop for the night? I am thinking of traveling to Portugal for one week in April with my two kids 10 and Based on past experience, we enjoy staying in one place for more days instead of changing venues every couple of days so as to have a more intimate experience….
Maybe one big city and one smaller city? This post is absolutely wonderful. We have booked our visit from Canada for the first 10 days of April next year.
Staying a couple days in Lisbon and then on to Evora for a night. Then we head to Albufeira area to stay for 6 nights.
We felt this was a very central location along the coast with everything being an hour give or take east or west from there.
Hope we made a good choice. Will probably visit Portimao, Lagos and Sagres for sure. Anything you would suggest as a hidden gem not to miss along there?
Thanks for your inspiring article! I simply love this article very impressive i want to visit now here after looking your beautiful photos of this city thanks again.
Especially the beach one with the colorful umbrellas. And now I want to go to Portugal more than ever! I and my friends will plan to go on holiday to Portugal and this is our first trip, and we really need information about Portugal, after reading your article I da my friends very helpful, thank you!
In addition to Portugal you can also travel to Bali that is not less beautiful with the city and other countries, but other than that do not forget to stay at VillaKubu.
Is Portugal warm enough in mid October if we want to hit the beaches? You might be lucky and get summer weather; you might wake up with rainy misty days… hard to tell!
Yes, I am convinced!! Going there in october with my husband for surf, wine, good food, beaches and views. Hi Actually planning to go to Portugal in Oct Want to relax in a village or small town and talk to Portuguese, knowing that they live a quality life and are truly friendly.
Like to be able to hike near where i stay, you and others suggested Madeira, can i easily to it without cars? I ll be going around by public transport only.
Can i paddle somewhere too, l like calm lakes? Fell in love with Portugal from your article. Going to book for September god willing. Will that still be beach weather?
I want to see it all!!! My soul belongs to Portugal. I feel connected with all these places everytime I go. Great blog, I got here while looking for 3 days itineray in Stockholm, and carried on reading.
Happy and sunny future travels, keep safe! My dad has been to Portugal with my mom before I was born. Can you recommend itinerary what to do in a week and then after checking out of the house we plan to travel out of Lisbon, where should we go?
Love your article and will pass along to our group. Will you have a car? In any case, this article and my Portugal road trip have plenty of suggestions!
I liked your post very much and, above all, the very positive way you transmitted the intended message. Such a small country, so much to see!.
Thank you very much for your suggestions Teresa, these are great! Hi, I would like to visit Portugal, but have a wheelchair, is there any point in me coming?
Got to be honest: Portugal is not the easiest of places to get around in a wheelchair. The cobblestone streets can be a challenge.
Hi me and my friend are planning to go to Portugal in July. We want to go hiking in the Madeira as well.
How many days in Madeira do you suggest? Also, i know it will be a touristic time of the year any suggestions of beautiful sceneries to go to in order to avoid a bit of the crowd?
Also any good hiking sites you recommand? As for the nightlife, in which city is the nightlife the liveliest? Plus I heard about this little historic village which used to be a slavery site and that now turned into a church and name one of the leaders of the freedom a saint, Would you happen to know where that is?
Wow so many questions! Madeira you can do it in 4 days but you can easily spend a whole week there drinking poncha, walking by the levadas and eating bolo do caco… it is a fairly small place albeit with a lot to see and the tunnels make your life sooooooooooooooo much easy 20 years ago, before the tunnels you would need a whole day just to go one way from certain points of the island to other.
So glad i found your blog and i am planning for Portugal at the moment. In order to get a somewhat thorough feel of Lisbon, Comporta and Porto where else?
I am flying in from the U. I am writing to recommend several sites North of Porto, far from the sun-worshiping golf life of southern Portugal.
A group of us are planning to visit Portugal next year. Is this even possible to do? I loved your article and took notes.
My son-in-law has already introduced us to the addictive custard tarts!! Where are you heading? Maybe I can give you more specific advice.
We leave for Portugal in 2 weeks! I have searched and searched for great articles on Portugal, this beats them all!!
I will be taking many notes from this. I also have some tips in my comparison between the 2 cities. Oi Bruno, Td bem?
Adorei os textos sobre Portugal e compramos nossas passagens. Sou brasileira e irei com meu filho de 3 anos e marido em novembro.
Temos 15 dias e 16 noites em Portugal. Que outras cidades do interior vc recomenda? Muito, muito obrigada, Carolina.
Parece-me um roteiro muito bom! We are definitely going to travel to Lisbon and Porto but we are going back and forth if we should stay for a couple of nights in the cascais beach area.
We know its pretty close to Lisbon so we were wondering if its just easier to rent a car and travel back and forth or just stay over night.
If you have any ideas I would love to hear it thanks. Just for reference, there are better beaches near Lisbon. Arrabida, Costa da Caparica, Meco, etc are all wider beaches with clearer waters.
Having that said, you can take a min train to Cascais from the Cais do Sodre station, so you can do a couple of day trips if you want!
Thanks for all the great information! This makes it imperative I visit there. My great grandparents migrated to Hawaii for the Azores and Madeira.
I am having a hard time deciding whichI want to visit. I would like to find cruise ship that visits both and Lisbon but what I find is either the Azores or Madeira and maybe Lisbon.
I really want to go soon. Azores are more suited if you like true nature, hiking and the outdoors. Apart from some great hiking trails and scenic views, infrastructure in Madeira is more developed, there are more hotels and tourists.
Thanks — I have 9 days in Portugal. Travel by car or train? I would imagine parking could be difficult…. I am an Aussie in Valencia visiting friends and will have 4 days to visit Portugal.
Where should I go to maximise the experience single middle aged female on a budget — love sun, water, food, history, walking, meeting people.
Fly from Valencia to? Hello I have just read your blog which was very interesting, we are going to cascais in June and staying at the grand villa real hotel while there we plan to eat well and hope to find some good restaurants ,what do you recommend for all price ranges high end dining to local cuisine.
I am thinking of traveling to Portugal this fall,and maybe buying a small home. Is it safe for a widow to travel or live by herself?
We have great weather and the people are nice and really friendly. Hi Bruno, that was an excellent read. Could you recommend me some places on the eastern and central part of Portugal that are worth visit?
These are on the central part of Portugal, you can always visit Lisbon,Porto and Algarve Faro for the beaches and amazing views aswell. This was a very interesting article.
I was wondering if you could help me with the itinerary… My boyfriend and I both in our 30s are planning a trip to Portugal beginning of October Oct.
We want to stay in Lisbon for a few days then take the train to Porto for a few days too, and then come back to Lisbon to fly out.
Any suggestions are welcome. Lisbon I recommend maybe going to Sintra. Check out my other article about experiences Lisbon in this same blog! A river cruise through Douro might be a good idea for a daytrip!
What a fabulous article! I like the originality , sincerity and sense of humour about this article! We visited Portugal this summer — and loved it.
One of my favorite towns was Evora. The span of history was fascinating…19th century buildings, gothic cathedral and bone chapel, Roman temple, and megalithic standing stones.
All with a wonderful square with restaraunts and good wine. Thanks for your feedback Laura. I found the bone chapel a bit too creepy — maybe because I was there all by myself!
The issue is something not enough men and women are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I came across this in my hunt for something concerning this.
I went to Lisbon for my Honeymoon. Portugal fit the bill and it could not have been better. The food was ridiculously good I really love food, lucky I got a good metabolism and the fish was amazingly fresh.
I had fish for every meal and I never got bored because they can cook it in so many different ways. The sunsets were gorgeous, the people were friendly and they did all speak English.
The history is great and everything there is old and beautiful. We went in May and had an amazing time. The Lisbon Zoo is the best I have ever visited.
It was huge and amazing. Like everything else there. But it was worth twice that for the experience we got. Thank you for sharing your story!
Just reading you talk about it made me hungry!! Did you do any daytrips? Let me know if one day you are willing to come back, can help you with some tips and planning for other places in the country!
Great review and now I have great ideas of where to go on our trip in June with my inlaws 60ish,brother and wife and my teenage kids.. Looking forward to the Azores and southern Portugal for the beaches..
I have always wanted to go whale watching so that is now on my list of things to do in Portugal. Can you suggest a great beach with waves in Sao Miguel?
Also how many days would you suggest for the Azores and the mainland? We are coming from the U. And staying 12 days trying to see as much as possible with some relaxation too..
Well, almost all beaches in the Azores have waves. As for the overall timings of the trip, it depends on how many islands you want to visit.
For only Sao Miguel, I recommend at least days to fully take it in. Check my article on the 4-day itinerary of Sao Miguel to have a better understanding.
I like what you guys are usually up too. This sort of clever work and reporting! LOVE it and really miss Portugal!! Where have you been in Portugal?
I went in the Ria Formosa in the Algarve and saw lots- they are such amazing little creatures! I just came home from 2 months in Portugal!
We stayed up north about 2 hours away from Porto. I felt a pang of nostalgia reading this especially the bacalau.
Soccer is pretty much the favorite topic of conversation of every portuguese except me. Where did you stay?
I have yet to do the genealogy to know exactly where my grandparents Andrade and Santos and great grandparents originated from by ship to Hawaii.
That in itself would be so meaningful to me. It is a goal to make my dream a reality! I am thankful and love all that is shared of my heritage.
Portugal especially the Azore Islands have been calling to me for a while. This nearly killed me! I am hopeful for I got back 10 days ago: I went to Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro was amazing and the safari great! Yes, December is not that great. You can have a look into the best time to go to Azores.
Love your write up for Portugal. I run a holiday business renting out villas and apts in the Algarve and have been doing this for over 20 years.
There are many beautiful areas — I did a driving tour once through the Douro valley down to Porto which was beautiful and then continued down through the Alentejo great wine as you say!
I do love the Algarve but there are many other areas worth a visit as you say. People are very friendly and yes do speak great English.
I will tag your blog on my fb page. Thanks for your words Nichola. I have working line german shepherds and so we have in common the dogs and a love of Portugal lol…..
It would be nice if you would drop me an email — I would love to talk with you. I had the impressing that there are only ways one for every day!
I just got back from my first time in Portugal last night and I cannot stop laughing at the accuracy of this list!!!!
My husband is from Portugal and my mother in law lives there now. I visited a few years ago and absolutely fell in love with the country.
I long to back! We fully plan on living there one day. We love Portugal so much we moved our business here, we are in the middle of the Alentejo near the beautiful city of Portalegre.
Our business is based around the touristic motorcyclist a group who love to explore. We found you on a facebook link so we will spread your blog there and hopefully you can spread ours.
We are definitely high up on any touristic motorcyclists agenda… You can even book us direct through Booking.
Thank you for a very interesting re evaluation of Portugal. I will definitely take a look and congrats for your business, definitely hit a nice niche there!
Great size and the washroom was amazing, especially the shower. Staff was extra nice and very helpful. Location is good too.
Away from the loud touristy parts but close enough to walk. Our stay at Evora Olive Hotel was a perfect stopover on the way back to the airport. Free parking in the hotel garage is certainly convenient, although a large free public parking site is located south of the city wall, approx.
A short walk leads you to the main sights. The cathedral closes at 5: The friendly staff provided us with helpful information for a visit to the city center and lent us an electric kettle from the hotel bar.
The visit ended with an excellent breakfast. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Spa massage by Diane was fantastic.
I have never encountered such service, it was like visiting family, the staff went out of their way to assist, were always kind and patient.
All other elements such as location, cleanliness and facilities were perfect as well. We will be back! I loved everything about the hotel - it was simply fabulous.
A quiet paradise in busy Lisbon. The pool was an excellent bonus! We didn't use the sauna but it did looked lovely.
The wifi was fast, the TV programs better than in any other hotel; the room was spacious and clean and the beds were very comfortable.
The AC could be regulated, so you are not stuck with some crazy temperature in the room. I loved the decor of the hotel - in blue and white.
The common rooms in the lobby were simply gorgeous. Staff was very polite and offered utmost help! I recommend the hotel and would gladly return again.
It is located next to the sights in Belem, within a walking distance to the great custard tart shop and right at the tram line which takes you to the city.
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