Amadora, Portugal

Nestled in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Amadora, originally named Porcalhota, is one of the biggest urbanized cities in Portugal. Though most of its parts are residential areas, Amadora has vibrant commercial and historic districts worth seeing and exploring.

Setubal, Portugal

Setubal, found in the south portion of Lisbon, Portugal, is known in Europe as a traditional coastal town accentuated by bustling ports, cobblestone pathways and busy squares. The undeniable classic beauty of Setubal is courtesy of the natural assets that envelope it, making it the perfect destination for tourists who are fond of nature and outdoor adventures.

Braga, Portugal

Braga may be one of the oldest cities in the country, so expect attractions such as cathedrals, museums and historic districts to grace the trip. Braga Diocese and Braga Cathedral, the oldest religious structures in the country, must be on top of the list when visiting ancient attractions in Braga.

Porto, Portugal

The city of Porto is nestled along the hills that lead to the majestic Douro river estuary. Famous for having a historical center that is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest cities in Europe dotted with cobbled streets, lovely plazas, old churches and quiet villages, Porto has become one of Portugal’s attractive cities.