Lisbon's most revered son was Prince Henry the Navigator, who sent intrepid explorers out to conquer half the known world. After the terrible earthquake of 1755, Lisbon was rebuilt on the gracious baroque lines you see today in the Baixa District. The proud capital of what was once a great empire recalls past glories from splendid 18th century palaces and stately buildings. See the Moorish Alfama (old quarter), walk the Manueline ramparts of the Belem Tower guarding the broad Tagus River, and listen to the strains of the ever-haunting Fado as you sip a glass of "porto" in old Lisbon.

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  • Portugal & Its Islands

    Experience the best of Portugal as you explore its capital city, coastal villages, and remote islands. Marvel at the geothermal wonders of the Furnas Valley, and take in the beauty of the twin lakes of Sete Cidades.


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    Like the blue Azulejo-tiled walls on Portugal's beautiful buildings, homes, and churches, we've pieced together the best experiences of two sun-washed countries for those looking for an enlightening getaway.

 
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