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My European Adventure: Lisbon

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A sunny city with an unique architecture and full of historic monuments. Lisbon was the stage for the most defining moments of Portugal’s history, here you will be able to visit the most iconic landmarks and taste our mouth-watering traditional dishes and pastries such the famous pastel de Belém.

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A romantic and magical village, a truly unique place, nested between a mountain and beaches, with gorgeous monuments full of history, it is also known for its sweet pastries like the delicious queijadas and the famous travesseiros.



A sophisticated and glamorous town surrounded by beautiful coastline, it is known for incredible beaches, amazing seafood restaurants and bustling night life.

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A Portuguese city known for the Virgin Mary apparitions reported by the “three little shepherds” (Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta), these apparitions took place between 13th May and 13th October 1917. Today, Fatima is visited by about six million people each year. It is also known for hosting the race and walk for peace.

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It’s a Portuguese town whose settlement was founded by King João I, the Monastery of Saint Mary of Victory was built by order of the King João I as thanks to the Virgin for Her divine intervention that resulted in his victory in the battle of Aljubarrota (14th August 1385). On 18th March 1500 Batalha was granted village status by King Manuel by royal charter.



It is a Portuguese village with an exceptional location, it faces a beautiful sandy beach, and is considered by many as one of the most traditional villages of our country and its natural beauty charms all visitors. Fishing, fish processing and the sale of fish has been the main occupation of its people throughout XX century.

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It’s a charming town located in a beautiful and quiet bay that is connected to the ocean by a narrow opening. It is a popular area among Portuguese holidaymakers, its beaches are full of canvas shelters that providea nice shade and are the perfect place to relax. It is also known for its fairs and local markets.



It’s a Portuguese town that was conquered from the Moors in 1148. Inside its walls you will find a well-preserved castle, cobbled streets and white-washed houses that charm all its visitors. Regardless of the time of the year, it is always a good time to visit Óbidos, for its love stories, medieval atmosphere and gastronomy. Its most famous attraction is the ginginha de Óbidos that can be tasted in almost every café and restaurant in Óbidos, but preferably in a chocolate cup.



It’s the capital of the south-central region of Portugal, the Alentejo. In the historical center of the city is the ancient Roman Temple of Évora (also known as Temple of Diana). Nearby, whitewashed houses surround the Cathedral of Évora, an enormous Gothic structure begun in the 12th century. The Church of San Francisco has Gothic and Baroque architecture, along with the Chapel of Bones, decorated with bones.

It is also the testimony of diverse styles and aesthetic currents, being over time endowed with works of art to the point of being classified by UNESCO in 1986, as a Common Heritage of Humanity.


Arrábida Mountain is one of the protected areas in Portugal, the synergy between the nature and the sea is an example of pure natural beauty and is considered a sanctuary dignified by its dense vegetation and surrounded by the crystal-clear sea. Located in the middle of this luscious nature there are unique landmarks like the XVI century Franciscan Convent, a peaceful place of undisputed beauty. The mountain owns huge cultural and gastronomic heritage due to its ideal conditions for agriculture and husbandry. It is an area with beautiful views, where you can sometimes see dolphins.

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Palmela is a city that has been inhabited since prehistoric times due to its privileged and strategic location, it is rich in remains left by different cultures that have inhabited the area and from the battles that have been fought during the Christian conquest. Its patrimonial heritage is immense as it can be seen in its historic centre and by its monuments. To tour Palmela is travelling back in time.



The town of Azeitão, located between the sea and the mountain, was the place of choice for the Portuguese aristocracy, for its peacefulness and beauty. This preference is reflected in the buildings and monuments in the area.

Its colourful buildings, crafts stores and monuments make Azeitão a place full of nostalgia illuminated by its tile coating. What best accompanies this peacefulness than the typical pastries and the wine that is typical from this region and that is made in the farms that surround the town. The famous Azeitão cheese that nowadays is a gastronomic reference is also produced in these farms.