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If you are going to visit this wonderful region, you must take into account that Portugal offers a huge range of plans and activities.

We propose you some options either you travel in family, with your couple or with a group.
Guimãraes is one of the most popular destinations among travellers that visit Portugal. This antique Roman city, known as well as Berço da Naçao, was chosen as capital of the Portugal Kingdom.

You can visit its imposing castle that was used as arsenal and palace. The city, characterised for its narrow streets and old houses, was named World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2001.

Penha Mountain, with its impressive views of Guimarães, is a place you can’t miss.
Oporto is a city located in the bank of the Duero River and has an important historical ensemble, declared World Heritage Site in 1996.

The Ribera, Sé Cathedral and San Francisco Church are places you can’t miss in Oporto.

Torre dos Clérigos is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city and it was built in the 13th century. It offers wonderful views of the city and the river.

Crossing the amazing bridge of Don Luís I, we reach Vila Nova de Gaia, home of Porto wine. Here you can participate in a guided tour and taste this fantastic wine known around the world.

Braga is one of the most ancient cities in Portugal. If you travel to Braga, you must go to the mountain Bom Jesus, one of the oldest sacred mountains in Europe. Its imposing cathedral is also the oldest in the country.

Braga is known as the Portuguese Rome, because of the Roman remains that you can see in the city. Is one of the main religious points of the country, here Easter and the celebration of São João are important tourist attractions.
Amarante has beautiful landscapes of the Marão and Aboboeira Mountains and Tâmega River. It is an ideal place to enjoy outdoor activities.

Amarante is a must destination because of its historical references that date back to the Paleolithic period. In its historical centre you can visit the churches of S. Peter and S. Domingo, the Solar dos Magalhães and the Casa da Cerca. However, a building stands out between the others: the majestic Monastery of S. Gonçalo, founded in 1540.