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(Rough Guide Travel Guides S.)
Tour Portugal. The Rough Guide to Portugal is the ultimate handbook
to one of Europe's most beguiling countries. The full-colour
introduction includes stunning photos of the best sights and
activities, from the famous resorts of the Algarve to the nightlife
of Lisbon, from historic Evora to the wine lodges of Porto.
There are lively accounts of all the attractions, including
those well off-the-beaten-track and practical tips on outdoor
activities such as exploring the country's magnificent mountains,
endless beaches and stunning national parks. In every chapter
there are good maps and plans, complete with keys for all accommodation,
eating and drinking establishments. Finally, in the 'contexts'
section there is unrivalled cultural background from fado to
cuisine, football to history.
Portugal (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay). Portugal. The Portuguese are as intensely proud of their rich history as they are of their football and their stunning scenery: terraced vineyards, hill forts, cork, fig and olive groves and the deep blue, beautiful Atlantic. This guide leads you to guesthouses, hotels and self-catering properties from the simple, cheap and charming to the grandly historic, pousadas, castles, forts and convents, and designer-decadent new kids on the block. You'll come across rustic houses with funky and fresh interiors, antique furniture, painted tiles, vaulted ceilings, carved beds, local crafts and the kindest hosts who go the extra mile to make your stay special.
A Cultural and Literary Companion (Cities of the Imagination
Tour Portugal. A cultural companion guide to Lisbon in the 'Cities
of the Imagination' series. With a foreword by Jean-Pierre Faye
Lisbon stands alone as the last city on the western edge of
Europe: a capital and port rich with a history of exploration
and discovery, a place immersed in romantic dreams of its maritime
past. Shackled by the decades of Salazar's dictatorship, contemporary
Lisbon has embraced modernity and the European ideal, its modern
architecture and planning intent on blending with ancient monuments,
clanking trams and the old quarters. Lisbon today has a youthful
energy, a zest for living reflected in an insatiable appetite
for music and nightlife. Paul Buck explores this seven-hilled
city with a particular emphasis on its literature and arts.
Viewing the white city from angles high and low, from miradouros
and alleyways, pursuing songs and saudade, he discovers the
confidence of a cosmopolitan city full of the sounds and tastes
of its former colonies. A city in a hurry to modernize, but
one that can slow anybody to its relaxed pace.
Pena Palace, Sintra
and Work in Portugal (Live and Work S.)
Work in Portugal. A guide for anyone interested in living or
working temporarily or permanently, starting a business, retiring,
or just buying a holiday home in Spain or Portugal. It is illustrated
with case histories and contains major sections devoted to entrance
regulations and permanent employment in the region.
(Eyewitness Travel Guides)
Tour Portugal. This book contains over 1,200 photographs, illustrations,
maps, cutaways and floorplans of all the major sights of Portugal,
as well as walks, scenic routes, thematic tours, and where to
eat, where to stay and how to get around.
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