What to see in Portugal
Portugal is a country full of interesting villages, towns and cities and some of them are known all over the world, such as Lisbon, Porto, and the archipelagos, however, there are other places unknown to tourists, Aveiro, Sintra, Coimbra, Braga, Évora.
Theme Parks and Water Parks
Throughout the Portuguese territory there are numerous water and theme parks where you can have a fun and memorable day, be it with your family or with a group of friends.
Scorpio Water Park:
Enjoy a refreshing dip and have fun at Scorpio de Guimarães Water Park.
Spend a fun day with your kids visiting the Krazy World Zoo.
Aquashow Water Park:
Spend an unforgettable day at the Aquashow in the Algarve
Natural Reserves and Parks
Peneda-Gerês National Park:
Enjoy the contact with nature in its purest state, in the Peneda-Gerês National Park.
Natural Park of Montesinho:
Enjoy the fauna and flora of the Natural Park of Montesinho.
Serra Arrábida Natural Park:
Discover one of the most beautiful green areas in the Setúbal region, the Serra Arrábida Natural Park.
Portugal is a country full of history. Whose Territory grew during the Age of the Discoveries to the point of creating a vast empire, it became a world power between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Palace of the Exchange:
Visit the luxurious and monumental Palace of the Port Exchange.
National Tile Museum:
The National Tile Museum, in Lisbon, is one of the most important museums in Portugal, for its unique collection, dedicated to tile.
National Museum of Ancient Art:
The National Museum of Ancient Art is the most important museum of art from the 12th to the 19th centuries in Portugal.
Castle of the Moors:
The Castle of Sintra, popularly known as Castle of the Moors, is located in the town of Sintra.
National Palace of Pena:
The Palácio Nacional da Pena, popularly referred to only as Palácio da Pena or Castelo da Pena, is located in the town of Sintra
Castle of Esporão:
The Castle of Esporão, also referred to as Tower of the Esporão or Manor of the Herdade do Esporão is an architectonic structure of fortification