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Portugal and its endless beauty continue to mesmerise people around the world and offers a wide range of activities. From family vacations to romantic getaways, Portugal has something for everyone.

Fado Bars in Alfama

The little town of Alfama is the perfect place to try Fado. It is one of the most ancient districts of Lisbon and lies between the beautiful Tejo River and the mesmerising Castle of Lisbon. The district stood the test of earthquakes that hit in 1775. The beautiful twining narrow sloped roads keep the charm of the little town alive. A must visit if you want to find some solitude among the cobbled floored street lanes and tiled walls.

The Nightlife of Barrio Alto

Understanding the city is incomplete without experiencing the night life. Barrio Alto is one of the most vibrant towns of Lisbon. It is known for its cultural diversity and shopping escapades. Barrio Alto is full of bars and diners that are a haven for the party animals. Beautiful sleek bars and graffiti sprayed walls on the street display the stark contrast the city portrays. Silence and peace during the day and vibrancy during the night is the ironic pleasure the district provides us with.

Monsaraz

Monsaraz is one of the most medieval parts of Portugal. The district is bestowed with various castles and low rise buildings. The Santa Maria Church is a must visit in this region, a great place to shop is also the Sao Pedro Do Coral.

The Historic Centre of Porto

The historic centre of Porto is the economic or industrial hub of the working generation. It is home to the quintessential industrial boom. The narrow streets and winding roads define the true meaning of this city. With its tall towering cathedrals and roman set up, this city makes for a great stay. The cafes, old shops, warm cosy hotels make historic centre of Porto one of the best stays ever.

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