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Travelling to Portugal

Discover all the facets of this colorful country!

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+ 11 years old

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2 - 11 years old

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- 2 years old

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Février 2020

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Portugal Porto

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Adult(s)

+ 11 years old

Children

2 - 11 years old

Babies

- 2 years old

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Février 2020

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Why visit Portugal?

Famous for its beautiful beaches, its Port wine and its traditional Pastéis de nata custard tarts, Portugal is a country with a rich historical heritage.

Discover all the facets of this multi-coloured country: from castles to small villages, through vineyards and beaches,Portugal has so much to offer. Foreign visitors appreciate the wide variety of activities on offer in this country, with its intense culture and wealth of discoveries. Ideal for taking in beautiful landscapes as a couple, with family or friends, it is a particular favourite of sun-seekers, party-goers and those in search of traditions.

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Where and when to go to Portugal?

Your desires, our recommendations! 

At the start of the summer season in June, you will be able to take part in the Saint John and Saint Anthony festivities. They are the patron saints of Porto and Lisbon respectively and the celebrations are very popular with anyone who likes to party! Wine lovers will enjoy visiting Portugal in September, to see the grape harvest and discover wine tourism.

To go swimming and enjoy the most beautiful beaches in Portugal, head to the south of the country where the land is sun-drenched and sandy beaches stretch out for miles. In the Algarve in particular, lay down your towel and enjoy the beautiful water with its fresh ocean currents.

Lisbon is a fantastic city to set out and discover. Belém, Bica, Alfama and Mouraria are the unmissable districts of the capital. Immerse yourself in the Portuguese way of life and adopt the locals’ habits, especially the culinary specialities.Each district has its own charm and are all totally authentic, making for a refreshing and characteristic stay.

Portugal is a perfect destination for a trip with friends. If you like parties and student life, head for the small town of Faro, a popular town in the Algarve full of young people who like partying, drinking and eating at affordable prices!