Travelling in Portugal
Old-World European Charm…
Lisbon, the capital, is a bustling port city that combines exquisite 16th-century architecture with such 20th-century attractions as restaurants, shops and nightclubs. In the historical quarters, you can listen to the melancholy Fado, traditional Portuguese poetry set to guitar music. From Lisbon, the coastal areas of Cascais and Estoril and the impressive forests at Sintra are easily accessible.
Porto, famous for its fine fortified and table wines, is Portugal’s second city, situated on the River Douro on the Atlantic coast. With magnificent architecture, plazas and churches, Porto is a good base for exploring the northern forests and mountains.
Portugal Tourism Brochures
USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT PORTUGAL…
Avenida da Liberdade, 200, 2nd floor, Lisbon 1250-147
Telephone: (351 21)310 1500
Fax: (351 21) 310 1555
Office hours: Monday to Friday between 0900 and 1700
Reasonable quantity of import and export of foreign currencies.
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2020:
- 01 Jan New Year’s Day
- 10 Apr Good Friday
- 12 Apr Easter Sunday
- 25 Apr Liberation Day
- 01 May Labor Day
- 10 Jun National Day
- 11 Jun Corpus Christi
- 15 Aug Assumption of Mary
- 05 Oct Republic Day
- 01 Nov All Saints Day
- 01 Dec Restoration of Independance
- 8 Dec Immaculate Conception
- 25 Dec Christmas Day
For further tour information or to book a tour, please contact Timeless Tours.
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- All prices on this website are in Australian Dollars unless otherwise stated