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Evora Loft
Evora Loft        
Rua dos Apostolos 15

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Baltazar Hotel
Baltazar Hotel Star Rating 2        
Rua Engenheiro Jose Lagrifa Mendes, nš6

Within the Parque das Termas, this stone-built hotel dating from the 19th century is a 3-minute walk from geothermal baths at Termas & Spa do Gerês and 12 km from Portela do Homem mountain pass.Basic rooms with casual, colorful decor have TVs and en suite bathrooms, and some add sitting areas and desks.An informal restaurant serves regional seafood dishes, and there's a lounge area with a fireplace.
Hotel Aguas Do Geres
Hotel Aguas Do Geres Star Rating 3        
Avenida Manuel Francisco Da Costa, 136

Within Peneda-Gerês National Park, this low-key, pombaline-style hotel is 21 km from Salamonde Dam.Modest rooms are traditionally furnished, featuring complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. A single child, age 12 and under, stays free with 2 adults.
AC Hotel Porto by Marriott
AC Hotel Porto by Marriott Star Rating 4        
Rua Jaime Brasil, 40

Within an 11-minute walk from both the nearest metro stop and Estadio do Dragão soccer stadium, this modern hotel with an urban vibe is 5 km from the iconic Casa da Música.Stylish rooms, with leather, metal and wood furnishings, feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, minifridges and desks. Upgraded units add stocked minibars, while suites offer separate living and sleeping areas, and panoramic city views.
Sol Povoa Hotel
Sol Povoa Hotel Star Rating 3        
Rua José Morneiro 100

Within a residential area, this casual hotel in a straightforward property lies 13 minutes' walk from the nearest beach and 2.4 km from the Casino da Póvoa.Subdued rooms feature wood floors, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, and tea and coffeemakers.
Sol P
Sol P Star Rating 3        
Rua Jos ' Morneiro - A Ver O Mar 100

Within a residential area, this casual hotel in a straightforward property lies 13 minutes' walk from the nearest beach and 2.4 km from the Casino da Póvoa.Subdued rooms feature wood floors, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, and tea and coffeemakers.
Hotel Gat Rossio
Hotel Gat Rossio Star Rating 3        
Rua do Jardim do Regedor 27-35

Within a minutes' walk of a metro stop and Rossio train station, this trendy, contemporary hotel in an 18th-century Pombaline building is also 4 minutes walk from bustling Rossio Square.Bright, streamlined rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and laptop-size safes; some rooms have Juliet balconies. Suites add sitting areas, iPod docks and tea and coffeemakers.
Hotel Atismar
Hotel Atismar Star Rating 3        
Avenida Dr. Francisco Sa Carneiro

Within a minute's walk from the beach, this modern, high-rise hotel is 3 km from the Roman ruins of Cerro da Vila and 9 km from golf at Vilamoura Old Course.Bright, relaxed rooms feature tile floors, satellite TV and furnished balconies; some add sea views.Freebies include a breakfast buffet and parking.
Hotel Atismar Quarteira
Hotel Atismar Quarteira        
Rua Jose Afonso

Within a minute's walk from the beach, this modern, high-rise hotel is 3 km from the Roman ruins of Cerro da Vila and 9 km from golf at Vilamoura Old Course.Bright, relaxed rooms feature tile floors, satellite TV and furnished balconies; some add sea views.Freebies include a breakfast buffet and parking.
Tivoli Coimbra Hotel
Tivoli Coimbra Hotel Star Rating 4        
Rua Joao Machado, 4

Within a 9-minute walk of Coimbra train station and the Monastery of Santa Cruz, this relaxed hotel is 2 km from Portugal dos Pequenitos theme park and miniature village.Airy rooms with wood accents have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Modern, upgraded rooms include tea and coffeemaking facilities, and rainfall showers.
 
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For any traveler wanting to get off the beaten track in Europe, Portugal has infinite possibilities to experience small towns and diverse landscapes that remain very much like they were a hundred years ago. Portugal is a small, compact country, whose history and customs are deeply influenced by its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. The Portuguese are proud of their seafaring past, as Vasco de Gama, Columbus and others were pioneers of exploration in Africa, the Americas and India. Portugal was a major colonial power until less than twenty years ago. Following the independence of several of Portugal's African colonies (1974-1975) over a million refugees moved into the major urban areas of Portugal. The immigrants have integrated well into Portuguese society which has led to a fascinating multi-cultural atmosphere in the major urban areas, especially in Lisbon.

For such a small country, you have many options from which to choose: A San Francisco-esque city, spreading over seven hills which descend into the Rio Tejo (Tagus River)- Lisbon is perhaps Europe's most pleasant and affordable city. Its fantastic architecture, diverse population, delicious seafood, intriguing tile-work and non-stop night-life bring together the best elements of Portuguese life. Don't miss an evening bar-hopping in the Barrio-Alto listening to African music and Portuguese blues-fado!
 
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