Faro is a complete beauty, all thanks to its old walled roman look. Usually Faro is the point of entering the southern Portugal that already boasts many pretty cities. But if you just stop and take your time to explore the city, you will know what you are missing.
Faro comprises of a series of salt water lagoons and mudflats. This kind of eco-diversity makes it an ideal spot for migratory birds. If you are nature lover, then Faro has to be your next spot. The wildlife of this destination is gorgeous. Faro lies right on the edge of Ria Formosa, which is a national park. Faro can easily be a day trip if you are staying in Algarve.
Faro has everything from ferry services, a shopping, arena and some great European open air cafes. What’s great about this place is that is the centre to go to several of Algarve’s smaller towns, it has inexpensive public transport systems that make it pocket-friendly. The charming Tavira is just a 40-minute train ride away. If you visit the Faro, do not miss the traditional food this town has to offer you.
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