Don´t forget to visit Belém with its characteristic tower (Torre de Belém) and the Monument to the Discoveries nearby. Aveiro – town located about 65 km souther from Porto, easily accesible by urban train; it is called as The Portuguese Venice.To taste typicall “ovos moles” is one of the “musts” in Aveiro. Coimbra – town with famous university, sort of Harvard´s Portuguese version. Peneda - Gerês – the only national park in Portugal, by Spanish border in the north of Portugal. Algarve – favourite destination for English tourists.
Portuguese is the most widely spoken in the southern hemisphere, and the third most spoken in the Western world.Finn ut hva det er som fanger din interesse, og hva som gjør at en presentasjon skiller seg ut.* Unngå klisjeer og innledninger som andre bruker ofte.Warm water but higher prices in comparison to Guimarães. The Douro river valley – take a train trip from Porto to Régua or up to Pocinho to experience one of the most exciting railway line in Europe through vineyards where the Port wine is born. Cabo da Roca – the most western point of Europe, important place for us, geographers, as well as Cabo de São Vicente. Any restaurant and bar – enjoy great Portuguese wine (not only the famous Port one), bacalhau (cod fish) in many ways of preparation and don´t forget to ask for a cup of coffee with milk that any godforsaken bistro can prepare. Portugal …GUIMARÃES Guimarães has its origin in the 10th century, at time that the Countess Mumadona Dias ordered the construction of a monastery which became the focal point for a settlement.For it defence sehe ordered a Castle to be built on a hill a short distance away.