São João da Madeira provides the opportunity for a different kind of itinerary to see how Portugal’s traditional industries are still preserved.The points of interest on this visit are the region’s old industries that still exist
Situated in the far northeast of Portugal, Bragança is a city whose old castle still maintains a mediaeval urban core within its walls. Entering the citadel or the bailey by the Porta da Vila (Town Gate), you will find yourself a
The most frequently used Portuguese Way of St. James is the Central Route, which passes through Lisbon, Coimbra and Porto. It is fully waymarked from Lisbon with the unmistakable yellow arrows that mark the Ways of St.
Viana do Castelo is one of the most beautiful cities in the north of Portugal.