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Publisher Comments:

Discover Portugal

Hang on tight as tram 28 rattles you up to Lisbon's Castelo de Sao Jorge, p. 105.

Step back in history as you enter Braganca's astonishingly well-preserved 13th-century citadel, p. 444.

Savour the world's best port amid the terraced vineyards of tiny Pinhao, p. 389.

Feel the rush as you scramble to your feet on a surfboard at Baleal beach, p. 272.

In This Guide

Two authors, over 1000 hours of on-the-ground research, 86 detailed maps.
Six-page Outdoors chapter covers everything from horse riding across the sands to scaling Portugal's highest peak.
Don't just take our word for it; see what travelers are saying at lonelyplanet.com

Synopsis:

New six-page section dedicated to outdoor activities. No-frills flights into Faro, Porto, and Lisbon have opened the country to more independent travelers. Portugal is favored by budget travelers for being cheaper than other Western European countries.

Synopsis:

Discover Portugal

Catch a waft of cool air and a mournful song in Lisbon's labyrinthine Alfama

Splash into the clear waters at the Algarve's pristine Praia da Arrifana

Savor the silky texture and appealing sweetness of a late-bottled vintage port

In This Guide:

Four authors, 124 days on-the-ground research, 27 custard tarts

Full-color chapters on Portugal's highlights and local tips and insights

Dedicated activities chapter covering hiking, surfing and horse-riding

Content updated daily: visit lonelyplanet.com

Synopsis:

Discover Portugal

Hang on tight as tram 28 rattles you up to Lisbon's Castelo de Sao Jorge.

Step back in history as you enter Braganca's astonishingly well-preserved 13th-century citadel.

Savour the world's best port amid the terraced vineyards of tiny Pinhao.

Feel the rush as you scramble to your feet on a surfboard at Baleal beach.

In This Guide

Two authors, over 1000 hours of on-the-ground research, 86 detailed maps.

Six-page Outdoors chapter covers everything from horse riding across the sands to scaling Portugal's highest peak.

Don't just take our word for it; see what travelers are saying at lonelyplanet.com

Product Details

ISBN:
9781740599184
Author:
Lonely Planet
Publisher:
Lonely Planet
Author:
Christiani, Kerry
Author:
St Louis, Regis
Author:
Walker, Kerry
Author:
"Regis St. Louis, et al."
Author:
Armstrong, Kate
Author:
Landon, Robert
Author:
Clark, Gregor
Author:
Louis, Regis St.
Subject:
Europe - Spain & Portugal
Copyright:
Edition Number:
6
Series:
Lonely Planet Portugal
Publication Date:
20070301
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English BISAC
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
508
Dimensions:
197 x 128 mm

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Product details 508 pages Lonely Planet Publications - English 9781740599184 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , New six-page section dedicated to outdoor activities. No-frills flights into Faro, Porto, and Lisbon have opened the country to more independent travelers. Portugal is favored by budget travelers for being cheaper than other Western European countries.
"Synopsis" by , Discover Portugal

Catch a waft of cool air and a mournful song in Lisbon's labyrinthine Alfama

Splash into the clear waters at the Algarve's pristine Praia da Arrifana

Savor the silky texture and appealing sweetness of a late-bottled vintage port

In This Guide:

Four authors, 124 days on-the-ground research, 27 custard tarts

Full-color chapters on Portugal's highlights and local tips and insights

Dedicated activities chapter covering hiking, surfing and horse-riding

Content updated daily: visit lonelyplanet.com

"Synopsis" by , Discover Portugal

Hang on tight as tram 28 rattles you up to Lisbon's Castelo de Sao Jorge.

Step back in history as you enter Braganca's astonishingly well-preserved 13th-century citadel.

Savour the world's best port amid the terraced vineyards of tiny Pinhao.

Feel the rush as you scramble to your feet on a surfboard at Baleal beach.

In This Guide

Two authors, over 1000 hours of on-the-ground research, 86 detailed maps.

Six-page Outdoors chapter covers everything from horse riding across the sands to scaling Portugal's highest peak.

Don't just take our word for it; see what travelers are saying at lonelyplanet.com

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