Why choose Portugal? For the unsurpassed cuisine, history and a thousand other surprises of the pearl of the Atlantic – Madeira, for the baroque coastal cities of Lisbon and Porto, for the earthy and strong wines and for the beauty and tranquility of the country’s hinterland. There are thousands of reasons to visit Portugal, and every traveller finds his own.
We love Portugal, but like everyone else, we have a favorite destination. Just imagine: a land lost in the ocean with emerald landscapes, mist-shrouded high-altitude eucalyptus forests, and valleys with original houses with red roofs, aromas of passion fruit and fresh bread that mix in the air … Madeira has something special, and we invite everyone to experience it!
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What to do
Portugal offers many opportunities for fun in nature and in the city. Amazing architecture and stunning landscapes make travellers want to come back here again and again. It is no question that this country never ceases to amaze with its vibrant cultural life and bewitching beauty.
Carnival · February
Carnival in Portugal is of great importance and is celebrated throughout the country, but the most spectacular fiestas take place in Lisbon, Algarve and the island of Madeira.
Madeira Flower Festival · April-May
This is one of the most colorful traditional events that takes place in Madeira every spring. Many events and festivities are held in Funchal, the capital of the island. The flower carpets cover the streets; processions with concerts and folk dances are organized in the open air.
Festival in Sintra · May - June
Fado Festival · June
The celebration of the traditional Portuguese art of music takes place in the Castle of Saint George (Castelo de São Jorge) in Lisbon during June, where everyone can enjoy the best Portuguese fado free of charge.
Santo Antonio Festival · June
The annual festival is dedicated to the patron saint of Lisbon, Santo Antonio, during which festivities take place for several days in June, culminating in a popular procession on June, 12th and a procession on June, 13th in honor of the Saint, who, according to popular belief, helps women find a husband.
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