Four reasons to see Aveiro

Four reasons to see Aveiro

Aveiro captures the perfect essence of a wonderful picture-book destination. This beautiful district ravished with its alleys paved with cobblestone, elegant architecture from the 19th century and picturesque gondola-shaped vessels. It is a place where new meets old, modern meets traditional. Aveiro of Portugal is situated in the sub-region called Baixo Vouga, which lies between mountainous surrounding districts and the Atlantic Ocean.  What makes Aveiro’s landscape so rich, are the amazing... [ read more ]

Best archaeological sites in Alentejo

Best archaeological sites in Alentejo

Visit Alentejo, the place where golden plains are to be found together with ancient monuments that date back to the Roman period and prehistoric times. The most significant archeological site in the region is called Évora where the carven rocks of Gruta do Escoural are located and so is the Cromeleque dos Almendres stone circle. Travel back in time and experience the age of early dwellers of Portugal. When you set out towards the shore, make sure you visit the ruins of Miróbriga, an ancient ... [ read more ]

The best convincing reasons to visit Alentejo

The best convincing reasons to visit Alentejo

Many of those who seek peace and quiet around the world have already found Portugal’s premium real estates located between Lisbon and Algarve. If you long to see and enjoy deserted beaches in Europe even in the busiest seasons, then you must visit Alentejo. Holiday specials and articles in magazines write about houses in Alentejo. People who have already visited speak of it as their second home. Indeed it is not surprising, for the portugese prove to be very warm and hospitable. They are do... [ read more ]

Visitor guide to Estremoz

Visitor guide to Estremoz

When visiting Portugal we recommend you to go and see its prehistoric city called Estremoz. If you decide to visit Estremoz, you shall see the many evidence of Visigoth, Roman and Muslim influence that played a great part in forming the city’s culture. The city of Estremoz lies on a 513.82² km area and has only 7.682 dwellers, nevertheless the municipality is records a populace of 15.673. History During the 12th century, Estremoz was conquered by an army led by a knight, called Geral... [ read more ]

The most amazing parks and gardens in Portugal (II)

The most amazing parks and gardens in Portugal (II)

We continue our guide of the most amazing gardens and parks in Portugal as we are trying to discover new places for enjoying a peaceful and relaxing afternoon. The choices are really vast and the satisfaction is guaranteed for sure. Those who appreciate the beauty of the nature will be absolutely thrilled about these future proposals. Those who are still undecided could consider this as an opportunity for admiring the beauty of the nature which sometimes passed unobserved. Regaleira Gardens ... [ read more ]