While Portugal’s southern beaches (including Faro in the Algarve region) get flooded with tourists in the warmer months, there are still many regions and towns in Portugal that remain largely as they did in the 18th century, without the globalisation that has impacted many other European cities. When you drive to Portugal’s mountainous interior you can discover hilltop castles and villages. You can marvel at azulejos (glazed blue-coloured tile murals) in palaces near Lisbon or relax in a village pousada (luxury accommodation in restored historical buildings) with a glass of port. There are so many experiences to be had in Portugal, you’ll be astounded by the variety.
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