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Most visitors to Portugal head for the sandy coves, pretty fishing villages, and manicured golf links of the Algarve. ... Read more »

But beyond the south coast resorts lies the least explored corner of Western Europe: a country of rugged landscapes, sophisticated cities, rural backwaters and sharply contrasting traditions.

Portugal appears to have no obvious geographical claim to nationhood, yet this western extremity of the Iberian Peninsula has existed within borders practically unchanged for nearly 800 years.

Its ten million people speak their own language, follow their own unique cultural traditions, and have a centuries-old history of proud independence from neighbouring Spain.

Portugal is so compact, and it's therefore easy to see so much from each of its elements. Scenically, the most interesting parts of the country are in the north: the Minho, green, damp, and often startling in its rural customs; and the splendid gorge and valley of the Douro, followed along its course by the railway, of which antiquated branch lines edge into remote Tras-os-Montes.

For modern interests, spend some time in both Lisbon and Porto, the only two cities of real size. And if it's monuments you require, the heart of the country – above all, Coimbra and Evora – retains a faded grandeur of days gone by.

The coast is virtually uninterrupted beach, and apart from the Algarve and a few pockets around Lisbon and Porto, resorts remain low-key and thoroughly Portuguese, with great stretches of deserted sands between them.

Perhaps the loveliest are along the northern Costa Verde, around Viana do Castelo, or, for isolation, the wild beaches of southern Alentejo.

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Roma Hotel Lisbon
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3.9
out of 52 Reviews
33 Avenida De Roma Lisbon PT-1749-074

Travellers on business trips or leisure vacations in Lisbon find ideal base in the comfortable accommodations and acce... More hotel details

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VIP Inn Veneza Hotel Lisbon
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4.6
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189 Avenida Da Liberdade Lisbon PT-1250-141

Previously a XIX century small old palace and later turned into a hotel, VIP Veneza is a perfect combination between ... More hotel details

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Sana Reno Hotel
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3.5
out of 54 Reviews
Avenida Duque D'Avila 195/7 Lisbon PT-1050-082

Boasting a convenient location in the heart of the city well-connected to the airport and top local attractions, Sana ... More hotel details

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