• Pena National Palace

  • Praia da Marinha

  • Cais da Ribeira

  • Obidos Castle

Pena National Palace

Why Visit Pena National Palace

Pena National palace is one of the most royal palace noted in the world. The palace is located along sintra in Portugal. It is situated at the pick of the hill which is located around sutra town. The palace Is considered as one of the seven wonders noted in the region because of the triumphant features it exhibits.The palace opened from 10:00 and closed at around 19;00hrs of the day ;There are a good number of comprehensive reasons why you should visit Pena National Palace during summer season or any other vacation. Some of these reasons involves.

Appreciation of classic decoratios

Like any other paradise, Pena National Palace is well decorated. From the decorations and relevant ornaments, you can appreciate and derive excellent decorating skills. Its exterior complexity is wonderfully designed and can attract any man on earth. The interior parts have ornate rooms and comfy chairs. These are enough to give its visitors ultimate pleasure. Enjoy the beauty of nature ;Pena National Palace is surrounded by a green forest covering approximately 199.5 hectares. The green forest adds the aesthetic to the palace making it an heaven on earth.

Visiting Pena National Palace is the dream of many. Visit the palace and fulfil your life dream.

Praia da Marinha

The ancient beauty of Cais da Ribeira

For a fact, Cais da Ribeira is the mediaeval heart and, soul of Porto. It is situated on the waterfront, in the city centre. This is an ancient district whose alluring beauty characteristic of colorful, ancient houses overlooking traditional boats at the quayside has won the admiration of many. It was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in the year 1996, a well-deserved recognition. The conspicuous ancient buildings built using the most archaic designs make it a beautiful district. This is a place of endless adventure. There are dozens of exciting structures that would keep every photographer engaged. For example the 20th-century fountain by Jose Rodrigues, House of the Prince- Prince Henry's birthplace among others.

The restaurants, cafes and bars lined up along the medieval streets and alleyways make the place a beehive of activities. The place is a preferred romantic spot. After sunset, a couple can walk along the water arm in arm or dance to the rhythm of music emanating from cafes and bars while enjoying the breeze. There are several festivals and holidays celebrated. For example St.John's day in June, in such days the place is full of entertaining activities, a street party, and fireworks make the climax.

Cais da Ribeira

The ancient beauty of Cais da Ribeira

For a fact, Cais da Ribeira is the mediaeval heart and, soul of Porto. It is situated on the waterfront, in the city centre. This is an ancient district whose alluring beauty characteristic of colorful, ancient houses overlooking traditional boats at the quayside has won the admiration of many. It was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in the year 1996, a well-deserved recognition. The conspicuous ancient buildings built using the most archaic designs make it a beautiful district. This is a place of endless adventure. There are dozens of exciting structures that would keep every photographer engaged. For example the 20th-century fountain by Jose Rodrigues, House of the Prince- Prince Henry's birthplace among others.

The restaurants, cafes and bars lined up along the medieval streets and alleyways make the place a beehive of activities. The place is a preferred romantic spot. After sunset, a couple can walk along the water arm in arm or dance to the rhythm of music emanating from cafes and bars while enjoying the breeze. There are several festivals and holidays celebrated. For example St.John's day in June, in such days the place is full of entertaining activities, a street party, and fireworks make the climax.

Obidos Castle

Visiting Portugal? Make Sure To See Obidos Castle

Without a doubt, the most impressive sight to visit if you're going to be in Obidos is the Obidos Castle. Thankfully, much of the medieval spleandor from these times has been preserved in the Obido's architecture, and the castle is simply jawdropping.In fact, these days the Obidos Castle has been turned into a hotel.

Making your way down from the majestic castle to the town below, you'll find the equally stunning Santa Maria Church. Within the interior of the church you'll find exquisite 17th century tiling, and the painting of Josefa de Obidos. This is where a ten year old Rey Afonso V married his eight year old cousin Isabel. Needless to say, taking a stroll through Obidos has the power to transport any traveller in time to the very distant past. Close to the church is the brilliantly curated Museum of Archeology and Furniture.

Along Obido's Rua Direita -the street that's most popular with tourists- you'll find many gift shops and bazaars selling the wares of local artesans.

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