Capital of Portugal, Lisbon is located in the north marge of the Tajo River. The city itself as more 500.000 inhabitants, but the area of Lisbon as more than 2 millions inhabitants. Razed by the big earthquake of 1755, the city center and the downtown is raised back again on the 18th Century with careful planned streets.

In the hills of each side of the center, the narrow streets of Alfama and Bairro Alto make a more intimate city. Since the construction of the Bridge "25 de Abril" in the 60's, the city expanded to the other side. It is an important harbor since the glory times of the Discoveries. Nowadays the ports changed location but in Belém area the big monuments on the area witness the maritime past of the city.

(1) Departure from Marquês de Pombal Square (Lisbon)
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Porto thrived with the commerce since the romans that built a fort where their commerce routes crossed in the Douro region. it was fast expelling the moors on the 11th Century and took advantage on the provision of the crusades on the way to the Holy Land, Porto took advantages of wealth coming from the Maritime Discoveries of the 15th and 16th century. Later, the Porto Wine commerce with England compensates the losses on the spice trades. Porto allies the industry to his own charm. Is historical city center was considered world heritage in 1998 and was European Capital of Culture in 2001.

Elected The Best European Destination by the Best European Destinations Agency in 2014.

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