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About Portugal

Portugal, located along the western coast of the Iberian Peninsula, is one of Europe’s best travel destinations. Its long history as a proud seafaring nation have imparted a rich cultural and architectural legacy. As home to many ancient empires, Portugal today delights visitors with surprises. In the capitol Lisbon, see the magnificent Tower of Belem or visit the hilltop Moorish castle and palace ruins at Sao Jorge Castle. In the north, Porto charms with its Baroque and Romanesque churches, concert halls, and museums. Nothern countryside vineyards produce some of the world’s best wine. Along Portugal’s southern Atlantic coast, you can see the beautiful seaside cliffs around Lagos. With so much to do up and down the country, a visit to Portugal will leave you with the memories of a lifetime.

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Belém Tower
421 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Observation Deck
Belém Tower is a classic landmark of the port of Portugal. It witnessed the voyage and separation of countless ships in Portugal during the Great Navigation era. The return and reunion was completed by Manuel I in commemoration of the arrival of Da Gama in India. Used as a customs, telegraph station, or even a lighthouse. The whole building of Belém Tower is arranged in an "L" shape with five floors. The whole tower is made of white marble and is a typical Manuel style building. The tower is surrounded by stone ropes, with stone knots, crosses and some stone carvings of plants and animals. It is very special.
Monument to the Discoveries
335 Reviews
The nautical monument, also known as the Great Discovery Monument, stands beside the Empire Square, with its tall and straight posture and modern design, making it one of Lisbon's new landmarks. The monument was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of the prince of the dynasty, Don Alfonso Henry, with statues of Henry, Da Gama and many other sailors engraved on the sides, along with a number of voyagers who accompanied them, and Famous generals, missionaries and scientists in the history of Portugal, behind the monument is a large cross symbolizing religious beliefs.
Jerónimos Monastery
271 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
The Jeronimos Monastery is located in the prestigious Belem district. This magnificent white building is a prominent landmark of the port city. Together with the Church of the Order of the Knights of St. Mary, it is a masterpiece in the history of human medieval architecture. In 1983, together with the nearby Belém Tower, it was listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The famous navigator Da Gama also sleeps here.
Cape Roca
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