Portugal is a land of brilliant combinations. Twirling mountains and primeval silver beaches. Corners filled with art and culture and enormous valley that resembles the heart of Portugal wine.
“Porto” wine is undeniably the most famous export of Portugal. It is said that you haven’t exactly relished port until and unless you have thoroughly surveyed its innumerable kinds in Portugal.
And “Fado”, a well known portuguese music, declared as Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, on November 27, 2011 the first Portuguese artistic expression to be recognized by this organizational institution.
Let’s walk you through the best places to visit in Portugal and some of the must things to do in one of the oldest countries of Europe.
With its delicious delicacies, hospitable people, Portugal really spoils you with its magnetic charm.