Synopses & Reviews
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.
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A dedicated Food & Drink chapter is written by an expert in Iberian gastronomy, while the indispensable Language chapter is full of useful phrases for easy communication. of color photos. 78 maps.