Porto vs. Lisbon: Which is better? That’s like choosing between wine and chocolate. The better choice for you really depends on whether you’re a city lover, culture craver, wine devotee or beach bum!
Yes, visit Porto! But plan wisely. Here’s how to enjoy the best things to do in Porto (hello bookshops!) – without the crowds.
More than 200 historic “levadas” or water channels criss-cross Madeira. Some of the best Madeira hikes are levada walks along these channels!
Built in 1870, this former Lisbon palace boasts elegant rooms and an outdoor pool in a beautiful garden setting. Bonus: The city center is a 15-minute vintage tram ride away.