Explore the amazing nation of Portugal which some refers to as the foster kid of Europe, mostly for its cozy climate throughout the year with interesting contrasts, and the warmth of its people. This intriguing place boasts an array of myriad landscapes and appealing viewpoints. Portugal blooms from the top of castles, mountains, cliffs and villages with a good number of protected landscape, wildlife sanctuaries and natural reserves for its small land area. Start planning your private and luxury Portugal journey.
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Lisbon, tucked away in the continent’s southwestern corner, has a lovely and picturesque waterfront and is a bustling city. The famous Alfama, Bairro Alto, Chaido and Belém districts coexist with lesser-known neighborhoods such as Campo de Ourique, Principe Real or Lapa. One of our favorite places is not properly in Lisbon itself but facing it, take your time and let us be your across a different side of the city. From greater aridity to the most desirable and still unknown beaches, the seductive and vast Alentejo is land of wheatfields, cork oak forests, wildflower meadows, vineyards and tiny white-washed villages. Take a step back in time. Southern, discover which three Algarve beaches have reached the Coveted ‘7 Wonders’ Award shortlist. Paladar y Tomar brings to you the best boutique hotels and stylish romantic retreats that Portugal has to offer.
The Douro Valley; the world’s first officially designated wine region, has drawn people for not only its port but also its postcard-pretty landscapes—steep terraced vineyards carved into mountains along the Douro River and whitewashed wine estates atop granite bluffs. The Douro Valley is member of the club of vineyard regions on the UNESCO world heritage list. Experience Porto; the economic, cultural and financial heart of the northern Portugal region. It’s a place of cobbled alleys, fog-wreathed as well as granite wine cellars, of baroque, gothic and Art Deco extravaganzas. And never leave without tasting some Port wine.