Portugal

Portugal

The sun-blessed Portuguese island of Madeira lies approximately 400km north of Tenerife, smack in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. With year round warm weather, an incredibly scenic coastline and a wealth of cultural festivals you might be tempted to extend your stay on this island a little longer. A trip to Madeira will bring some unforgettable holiday experiences and allows you to explore the nearby golden island of Porto Santo. Saga Travel organise getaways to these two islands and are ready when you are, so let's take a look at what you can expect upon arrival. Compact But Diverse…
Be careful if saying that exotic things are the prerogative of remote from Europe lands, somewhere in Asia or in Latin America. The Portuguese can be truly offended and, in particular, will be right to remind you of Madeira, nicknamed by many "The Passion Fruits Island." The idea itself reflects this fruit is widely grown and used over the area, and if surfing over the internet pages or talking to locals, it is very likely to learn about passion fruit wine, passion fruit pudding, passion fruit liquor, etc. Doesn't it sound exotic? Yet, it is not the only cracy thing…
One of the word oldest cities, Lisbon(Lisboa) provides a traditional, sometimes a bit worn out and most often a lovely vintage view.The capital of the Portuguese Republic and south west europe's economic centre blends colonial and modern architecture.Lisbon is Portugals most livable city. It has as moderate Mediterranean climate mild winters and warm summers.I personal like the the cozy atmosphere at Bairolo Alto's(“high village”) narrow streets and traditional restaurants.Most people show a relaxed but welcoming attitude. A vintage streetcar at “Praça Luis de Camoes” square. Lisbon's Oriente(eastern) railway station. A trendy botique at Bairolo Alto viallge. Suburban train near the…

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