Thanks to its historic monuments, its wild beaches and its local gastronomy, Portugal attracts more and more visitors every year. Whether you are a history fan or that you would rather spend your stay at the beach tasting a delicious pasteis de nata, the country has the luxury to offer various destinations for all tastes. Between family or friends, enjoy luxurious vacations under the sun of a country with incomparable charm.
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With an impressive historical heritage, Lisbon deserves its reputation. Becoming one of the most popular destinations in Europe, Villanovo invites you to discover the Portuguese capital through cultural visits that will please your whole family.
Praça Da Comércio: Famous spot of Baixa neighborhood, in the heart of the city, Praça Da Comércio is full of history. After having hosted the royal palace for almost four centuries, the square has been reconstructed following the terrible earthquake of 1755, to finally become the economic center of the city from which it was named. With a view on the Tage, you will be seduced by the phenomenal Arc of Triumph, the arcades and the trams in juicy gold colour.
Museum Colecçao Berardo: Located in Bélem, this large museum of contemporary art was built by the billionaire art collector José Berardo, offering thus to the public the opportunity to admire great masterpieces from Warhol, Picasso, Man Ray or Mirò : a must see for all art lovers, in sum.
Tramway 28: You may have lived in the city for years, as long as you haven’t discovered the streets in this old yellow tramway, you haven’t seen Lisbon. Crossing the Tage, the cathedral and the white dome of Basilica da Estrela, this tram is a real cultural rite of passage of every self-respecting tourist.
The convento do Carmo: Emblematic of the city of Lisbon, the ruins of what used to be Convento do Carmo testifies to the earthquake which devastated the city in the 18th century. Built in 1389, the convent was the main catholic church of the capital but never got reconstructed after the disaster. It nevertheless kept a singular aesthetic and a charm which made him become one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city, reuniting visitors from all over the world every year.