Portugal’s Hottest Nightlife and Beaches

Romantic
Romantic
12-17
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Get to know these romantic cities, home to the hottest nightlife, restaurants, and beaches in the country, on this exciting Portuguese adventure!

In this trip

  • Night LifeNight Life
  • CultureCulture
  • Great FoodGreat Food
  • Historic PlacesHistoric Places
  • BeachesBeaches

Trip itinerary

  • 1

    Lisbon, Portugal

  • 2

    Evora, Portugal

  • 3

    Albufeira, Portugal

  • 4

    Tomar, Portugal

  • 5

    Viseu, Portugal

  • 6

    Porto, Portugal

  • 7

    Alcobaca, Portugal

  • 8

    Lisbon, Portugal

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Things to do in and around Lisbon

  • Castelo de São Jorge, Lisbon
  • Lisbon 1
  • Bairro Alto, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Rua Augusta
  • Campo Pequeno
  • Palmela Castle
  • On Cascais Beach
  • Lisbon fading
  • belem
  • silence! (as in french)
  • Vista desde el mirador de Santa Justa, Lisboa. View from Santa Justa viewpoint. Lisbon.
  • Sintra, Portugal
  • Sesimbra vista do mar
  • Jeronimos Monastery, Belem
  • Centro Cultural de Belém
  • P1020718
  • Lisboa, Lisbonne
  • Serra da Estrela (VI)
  • Obidos
  • Museu Calouste Gulbenkian
  • Exterior of Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga Lisbon
  • Lisbon With Langon - 26
  • Chinese Propaganda Posters at the Service of Politics
  • Playas de Estoril
  • Coimbra
   
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Lisbon

Portugal, Lisbon region

CultureFoodHistoricNight lifeBeaches3 nights

The capital of Portugal, Lisbon is a lively city filled with restaurants, shops, buzzing nightlife, and historical sites.

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, and the oldest in Western Europe, predating other modern European capitals such as London, Paris and Rome by centuries. Julius Caesar made it a municipium called Felicitas Julia, adding to the name Olissipo. Ruled by a series of Germanic tribes from the 5th century, it was captured by the Moors in the 8th century. In 1147, the Crusaders reconquered the city and since then it has been a major political, economic and cultural centre of Portugal. Lisbon enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Among all the metropolises in Europe, it has the warmest winters.
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Things to do in and around Evora

  • Evora
  • Evora Street
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  • Evora
  • Palmela Castle
  • On Cascais Beach
  • The Roman Temple - Evora, Portugal
  • Elvas - Wellington's HQ
  • Sintra, Portugal
   
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Evora

Portugal, Alentejo region

HistoricSmall townsFoodCultureNature1 night

This beautiful city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well-preserved palaces, Roman ruins and Moorish remnants.

Due to its well-preserved old town centre, still partially enclosed by medieval walls, and a large number of monuments dating from various historical periods, including a Roman Temple, Evora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. Evora is ranked number two in the Portuguese most livable cities survey of living conditions published yearly by Expresso. It was ranked first in a study concerning competitiveness of the 18 Portuguese district capitals, according to a 2006 study made by Minho University economic researchers.
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Things to do in and around Albufeira

  • Albufeira  Portugal
  • View over Albufeira old town
  • Lagos - Portugal
  • Faro 021
  • Vilamoura, Portugal
  • Tavira
  • Palmela Castle
  • Portimão
   
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Albufeira

Portugal, Algarve region

BeachesNight life2 nights

Once a fishing village, Albufeira is now a popular resort town with beautiful beaches, buzzing nightlife and a charming old town.

After sunset, the centre of Albufeira comes alive with bars, restaurants, and shops to suit most tastes, from authentic Portuguese-fare to Irish, English, and Dutch restaurants and pubs. The tourist areas are divided into two main areas, 'The Strip', and the Old Town. The Strip's main street is full of bars, restaurants and open-air discotheques. It is a very nightlife oriented area, very popular with young people. The Old Town is situated at the seafront. Street-artists entertain the crowds and there is a large choice of restaurants, bars and shops. Albufeira has two main beaches and several important religious and architectural attractions.
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Things to do in and around Tomar

  • Town of Tomar
  • Town of Tomar
  • casa dos cubos, embaixada, tomar
  • Museu de Arte Moderna, Nova Iorque
  • Tomar, Aquaduct dos Pegões
  • Coimbra
  • Palmela Castle
  • Town of Tomar
  • Tomar Santa Maria do Olival 001
  • Synagogue Portugal Tomar
  • Sintra, Portugal
  • On Cascais Beach
   
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Tomar

Portugal, Centro region

HistoricSmall townsNatureCulture1 night

A historical town set on the banks of the River Tagus, home to a number of exquisite Templars, churches, and scenic viewpoints.

The town of Tomar was born inside the walls of the Convento de Cristo, constructed under the orders of Gualdim de Pais, the fourth grand master of the Knights Templar in the late 12th century. Tomar is one of Portugal's historical jewels and more significantly was the last Templar town to be commissioned for construction. Tomar was especially important in the 15th century when it was a centre of Portuguese overseas expansion. In 2013, the Guardian elected The Convento de Cristo in Tomar as the most spectacular place to visit in Portugal, "...Founded by the Knights Templar, it's a beautiful, mysterious and magical place, wonderful to discover and enjoy."
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Things to do in and around Viseu

  • The bicycle
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  • Sé de Viseu
  • Viseu-005
  • Costa da Caparica surfing
  • Guimarães-019
  • Coimbra
  • Braga Portugal jardín Santa Bárbara y muralla
  • Figueira da Foz, Portugal
  • Vila Real
   
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Viseu

Portugal, Centro region

FoodActiveNatureCultureNight life2 nights

A charming city in the north of Portugal, home to several parks, gardens, and a medieval old town.

Located in Portugal's northern-center the city is a crossroads linking the seaport of Aveiro in the Atlantic coast to Guarda near the Portuguese-Spanish border and then on to Salamanca, Spain. The city is noted on the arts scene due to the Grão Vasco Museum and the Teatro Viriato. Wine making (Dao wines) is an important activity in the region. In ancient Portuguese history, Viseu is noted as one of the major urban centers in the area where Viriathus, a legendary warrior and national hero, lived. With three higher education institutions within its limits, the city has played a role as a regional educational center. Its business community is among the largest of Portugal's interior countryside.
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Things to do in and around Porto

  • Ligurian colours
  • Ramos Pinto Building
  • Praça de Almeida Garett
  • Cais da Ribeira
  • 20140619-Portugal-0656-Porto-Rua_de_Santa_Catarina
  • Guimarães-019
  • Coimbra
  • Serralves Foundation
  • Igreja de São Francisco - Salvador/BA
  • Livraria Lello & Irmão
  • Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis, Porto
  • Costa da Caparica surfing
  • Braga Portugal jardín Santa Bárbara y muralla
  • Santa Clara interior
  • Casa Museu/House Museum Guerra Junqueiro
  • Jardim do Infante Dom Henrique, Porto
  • Jardim da Palacio de Cristal, Porto
  • Viana do Castelo (Portugal)
  • Figueira da Foz, Portugal
  • Vila Real
  • Obidos
   
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Porto

Portugal, Norte region

Night lifeFoodCultureHistoricBeaches3 nights

Famous for its wine, Portugal's second largest city boasts a lovely waterfront and several historical sites and monuments.

Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, and one of the major urban areas in Southern Europe. Porto is one of the oldest European centres, and registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Its settlement dates back many centuries, when it was an outpost of the Roman Empire. Its Latin name, Portus Cale has been referred to as the origin for the name "Portugal", based on transliteration and oral evolution from Latin. One of Portugal's internationally famous exports, port wine, is named for Porto, since the metropolitan area, and in particular the adegas of Vila Nova de Gaia, were responsible for the production and export of the fortified wine.
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Things to do in and around Alcobaca

  • Alcobaça
  • Alcobaça
  • Alcobaca Facade 007
  • Coimbra
  • Palmela Castle
  • Sintra, Portugal
  • On Cascais Beach
   
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Alcobaca

Portugal, Centro region

HistoricFood1 night

A picturesque city set in a lush green valley. It is best known for its impressive monastery and local pottery industry.

The city of Alcobaca became notable after the first king of Portugal, Afonso Henriques, decided to build a church to commemorate the Conquest of Santarem from the Moors in 1147. The church later evolved into the Monastery of Alcobaca, one of the most magnificent Gothic monuments in the country. A few kilometers to the north of Alcobaca is the Monastery of Batalha, another Gothic building constructed in memory of the Battle of Aljubarrota. To the west of Alcobaça is the fishing village of Nazare, now a popular resort town. To the south is the city of Caldas da Rainha and the medieval town of Obidos. Also to the northeast is the town of Porto de Mos with its rebuilt castle.
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Things to do in and around Lisbon

  • Castelo de São Jorge, Lisbon
  • Lisbon 1
  • Bairro Alto, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Rua Augusta
  • Campo Pequeno
  • Palmela Castle
  • On Cascais Beach
   
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Lisbon

Portugal, Lisbon region

CultureFoodHistoricNight lifeBeaches0 nights

The capital of Portugal, Lisbon is a lively city filled with restaurants, shops, buzzing nightlife, and historical sites.

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, and the oldest in Western Europe, predating other modern European capitals such as London, Paris and Rome by centuries. Julius Caesar made it a municipium called Felicitas Julia, adding to the name Olissipo. Ruled by a series of Germanic tribes from the 5th century, it was captured by the Moors in the 8th century. In 1147, the Crusaders reconquered the city and since then it has been a major political, economic and cultural centre of Portugal. Lisbon enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Among all the metropolises in Europe, it has the warmest winters.
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