Northern Portugal uncovered: From the trendy city of Porto to the Douro Valley wine country. Colourful, ramshackle houses, quirky bookshops, serene rivers and, most importantly, bottles and bottles of port... #Porto #Portugal #portoholidays
Whether you’ve got a few days, a week or longer, here are three itineraries to give you a taste of Portugal’s varied attractions | Via Rough Guides Our Grand Tour takes in the country’s unmissable historic towns and natural attractions, while the wine route will guide you around remote rural gems. We also recommend the best beaches in a country famed for its fabulous sands. #Portugal
Coimbra, Portugal. Country's medieval capital. Buzzing ancient university town. Stay....Hotel Quinta das Lagrimas in the old house. Visit uni library. Shop around Rua do Quebra Costas. Eat at Loggia Restaurant in the museum with views of dome of Se Velha cathedral and Mondego river.
Nine Can't-Miss New Hotels in Portugal | Travel + Leisure | january 2015 "...in recent years, several Lisboans and European expats have quietly opened small, design-centric properties that are drawing in-the-know visitors and establishing the country as the next great stylish getaway. Along the cliff-studded coast of the Algarve and on the sun-drenched plains of the Alentejo, these architecturally dazzling hotels stand out boldly from the wild, rural landscape, yet feel entirely rooted in…