What to see in Alentejo region

Are you going to Portugal and want to discover Alentejo? Alentejo is a region of Portugal, a hot land of mild landscapes, with undulating wheat fields, extensive olive plantations and evergreen cork oaks and vineyards.

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The Ribatejo region in which Tomar is located is famous for its game dishes. The most famous dish is Coelho na abóbora (a hare baked in a pumpkin), the meat is served inside a vegetable. Another famous regional dish of…

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Azores – Portuguese paradisiac islands

Somewhere over the rainbow, far far away from the European continent, in the middle of the ocean you will find a treasure. But pssst…! It’s a secret, share it only with your best people 😉. Archipelago of Azores is made…

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Lisbon Cathedral – Sé de Lisboa

Walking around the center of Lisbon, it is impossible to pass by this building indifferently. “The old Lady” of Lisbon: Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa, also known as Igreja de Santa Maria Maior, is a majestic cathedral that over the centuries…

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Jardim Botânico da Ajuda

Jardim Botânico da Ajuda is the oldest botanical garden in Portugal, laid out on two levels in 1768 as a part of Ajuda Palace in Lisbon. King Dom José I entrusted construction of the garden to the Marquis de Pombal (he took a big part in the reconstruction of…

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Cabo Sardão cape – Alentejo

Cabo Sardão cape is located on the picturesque coast of the Alentejo region, away from the crowded tourist routes. The lighthouse at Cabo Sardão cape was built in 1915 and electrified in 1950.I arrived a few minutes before the sunset…

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