Built in 1519, this tower is one of the most prominent landmarks of Lisbon.
Santa Justa Elevator is the only vertical public lift of Lisbon and is 45 meters high.
An example of Moorish architecture standing on the highest hill of Portugal.
Praça do Comércio is a huge waterfront square, where the royal palace was located until the 1755 Great Earthquake.
Located in the Belém district and designed in Portuguese late-Gothic style, this spectacular religious complex was associated with early…
A former Romanesque church with a nice Gothic cloister that was added later.
This Baroque church was built in the 17th century and its facade is decorated with elements typical for the Baroque era.
Visit the most amazing bookshop in Portugal (and one of the most impressive ones in the world)!
Visit this intriguing church built in the 14th century which mixes Gothic and Baroque influences into an interesting blend of styles.
This is where you should head if you crave some great food, wine and socializing.
Cabo Girão is a lofty sea cliff located along the southern coast of the island of Madeira, in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira.
This charming market sells everything from fresh fruit, vegetables, and fish, to flowers and weaved baskets and embroidery.
Composed of volcanic rocks, these lava pools are supplied naturally with crystal clear sea water and allow you to enjoy safe and convenient…
Visit the caves formed by volcanic eruption. There are guided tours and an adjacent centre which illustrates the formation of Madeira.
One of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world. Surrounding the Monte Palace, a former hotel, it contains an abundant collection…
Ponta de São Lourenço is the easternmost point of the island of Madeira, it is inside the town of Caniçal and forms a part of the…
One of the two sandy beaches on the island with sand imported from Western Sahara.
The Christ the King statue also known as the Sacred Heart statue, is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Garajau, Madeira.
The Chapel of Nossa Senhora das Vitórias, dedicated to Our Lady of the Victories, a small funerary chapel on the southwestern corner of…
This is the last sugar cane mill in Madeira that is still working and using 19th century techniques and machinery.
An estate from the 19th century, owned by the Blandy family. Species of flora from all around the world can be seen here.