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Pristine beaches, desert-like landscapes, and verdant mountains all make up Portugal’s scenery alongside vibrant cities, both historic and modern, as well as quaint villages. When it comes to activities, Portugal is known as the surfing capital of Europe, while land lovers can take advantage of many excellent golf courses. Book your flights to Portugal on Air Europa’s official website today! Expect a holiday full of delicious food, diverse attractions and plenty of fun.
Top Destinations in Portugal
- Lisbon (LIS): Ride the funiculars up and down the hills of the Portuguese capital, soak up the views from the towering Cristo Rei statue of Jesus Christ, stroll through the historic district of Alfama, and explore the impressive Castelo de São Jorge. See monuments galore in Belém, relax in the historic and picturesque Lisbon Botanical Gardens, take your kids to the zoo and oceanarium, or marvel at Jerónimos Monastery. Lastly, Baixa and Chiado offer great shopping, you’ll find a lively night scene in Bairro Alto, and the fado clubs offer a fun night out different from the norm.
- Oporto (OPO): Wander the UNESCO-listed old centre, pick up fresh goods in the bustling Mercado do Bolhão, learn more about the area at Museum of Sacred Art and Archaeology, and explore Castelo de São João da Foz. For football fans, FC Porto Museum is a must-see. Otherwise, taste port wine in the many cellars and admire the vistas from the top of Torre dos Clérigos.
Festivals in Portugal
Portugal sees many festivals throughout the year, with culture, religion, music, food and other themes covered. Some are celebrated around the country while others are regional. Colourful and lively, Carnaval starts on the Friday before Lent each year. Holy Week has many religious processions, and Fátima in May is a significant pilgrimage. Later in the year, Gay Pride takes place each June, while Festa do Colete Encarnado in July is one of country’s most exciting festivals. Held in Vila Franca de Xira for three days, it features parades and bull runs. In November, bonfires blaze, with many parties for São Martinho.
Transport in Portugal
Buses connect almost all parts of the country, making getting from place to place convenient and easy. There are also several train lines, which are normally quicker than buses. Reservations are recommended for rail journeys though. The roads in Portugal are generally well-maintained, and some visitors prefer the independence of hiring their own vehicle.
Book your Portugal flights with Air Europa for a comfortable trip featuring great in-flight entertainment.