Cascais is a scenic coastal resort on the “Portuguese Riviera.”
Lisbon in Daytime
Portugal’s capital is set on seven hills overlooking the Tagus River.
Lisbon Belem Tower
This impressive structure, a UNESCO World Heritage site, stands watch where great navigators once set forth.
The Monument to Discoveries
This monument in Lisbon honors intrepid Portuguese explorers and their patrons.
This picturesque town, a UNESCO site, was the summer residence of Portuguese kings for centuries.
A Street in Obidos
Whitewashed houses are held in by medieval city walls.
The Sanctuary of Fátima comprises a number of buildings on the site where, beginning in 1916 and continuing into 1917, three local children reported witnessing an angel and, later, the Virgin Mary.
Grape Fields of Alentejo
Visitors to this region can enjoy winery tours and tastings of the full-bodied character of the wines of this region.
The magnificent views found in this, the most southwesterly point in Europe, include 200–foot cliffs plunging into the Atlantic.
The Algarve Coast
This region is Portugal's most popular tourist destination, and one of Europe's most popular.
The Cork Museum
Portugal is the world’s top producer of cork. Many travelers choose to visit this local factory and museum to learn about its importance and many uses.
This charming agricultural village is known for its red wine, olive trees, and country estates.
Many family-run shops demonstrate how azulejos, the hand-painted tiles for which Portugal is famous, are made.