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Portugal Discover Portugal Hang on tight as tramrattles you up to Lisbon s Castelo de Sao JorgeStep back in history as you enter Braganca s astonishingly well preserved th century citadelSavour the world s best port amid the terraced vineyards of tiny PinhaoFeel the rush as you scramble to your feet on a surfboard at Baleal beach In This Guide Two authors, overhours of on the ground research,detailed mapsSix page Outdoors chapter covers everything from horse riding across the sands to scaling Portugal s highest peakDon t just take our word for it see what travelers are saying at lonelyplanet

10 thoughts on “Portugal

  1. Yoshkosh Yoshkosh says:

    Downloaded the e book in advance of a trip around Porto and down to Lisbon Different version to that shown, but then no other version on goodreads, and who reads a 2003 guide anyhow The e book functionality format is shockingly poor, the presentation cruddy, but the

  2. Timothy Timothy says:

    Planning a trip to Portugal This is your book

  3. Kerry Kerry says:

    I really like Lonely Planet books They give a good combo of info on culture, accommodation, entertainment, food and landscape I found this one middle of the road It certainly did help me figure out how to spend my time or rather where to go in Portugal It was mostly reliable

  4. Stephen Stephen says:

    Beautifully illustrated and pretty thorough travel guide from Lonely planet, including plenty of Portuguese history This is another excellent guide book giving a flavour of the country, suggested itineraries, places to stay, things to see and a history of the country I liked the

  5. Alina Alina says:

    Very useful, found a lot of nice places advices in its pages Very useful, found a lot of nice places advices in its pages

  6. Jd Jd says:

    Always a good travel book Lonely Planet

  7. Bobby Bobby says:

    Provided overall great information for the cities I visited Lisbon, Porto, Lagos, and Sintra Has some nice photos of places to see, a couple of which convinced me to see some things I wouldn t have otherwise and I m glad I did Minus a star because of some inaccuracies granted they were rela

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I skittered through this, partly due to time someone else was evidently fondly imagining they were going to get to Portugal too and the library wanted it back but mostly because it didn t seem to offer me what I had expected and hoped I wasn t using it to decide where to go in Portugal, that s

  9. Erin Erin says:

    I think we purchased or checked out every available travel guide for our 3 week Portugal journey this summer This was the best by far A lot of variety in places to stay and eat, and the travel itineraries were well crafted I feel lucky that we relied on this so much because we ended up making great

  10. Sabine Sabine says:

    Het leuke van het lezen van een Lonely Planet is, naast voorpret voor je vakantie, dat je weer heel veel leert Dingen waarvan je vindt dat je het eigenlijk had moeten weten Maar toch wist je het niet Ik had bijvoorbeeld geen idee dat Portugal een dictator heeft gehad, net als Spanje dus En dat het kies

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