Your Tourist and Resident Guide to Portugal, Madeira & The Azores
Guide To Portugal
At Portugal Visitor.com tourists and business travelers will find Portugal travel essentials: hotel accommodation booking services, flight reservations, Portugal visa information, travel insurance for Portugal, Pousadas, airport parking, weather forecasts and mobile phone rental.
Visit our Portugal city guides including Albufeira, Aveiro, The Azores, Braga, Coimbra, Cascais, Estoril, Faro and the Algarve, Guimaraes, Lagos, Leiria, Lisbon, Madeira, Porto, Estoril, Estremadura, Setubal and Sintra with restaurants, bars, clubs, and internet cafe listings.
Portugal is ideal for a cheap spring or winter break to enjoy the warmer weather of southern European or soak up the sun in the summer holidays. Portugal is famous for its wonderful, historic monuments, some dating back to Roman times, medieval churches and engrossing museums as well as its fantastic natural environment. Enjoy our guides to the Douro, Lima and Minho areas, which offer great opportunities to get off the beaten track by rental car or on foot.
Staying in Portugal
Accommodation in Portugal ranges from luxurious five star hotels to traditional, government-run Pousadas, where the Portugal visitor can enjoy a friendly and relaxed stay in old-style comfort and welcoming hospitality.
It's a short hop over the border from Portugal to Spain with the Faro to Sevilla route via Heulva being one of the most popular. If you wish to visit both countries enjoy our Portugal travel guide with information on crossing to and from neighbouring Spain.
List your Portugal business with us for free whether a restaurant, bar, cafe or holiday villa.
Vacations in Portugal
Rent, buy or sell a RCI timeshare on the resale market to find high quality, low cost vacation accommodations in Portugal. Vacationers can also find Worldmark Resorts in Portugal using their WorldMark Points. The large points system gives owners the flexibility to vacation all around the world.
Porto Guide - Porto is Portugal's second city and known as the gateway to the Douro Valley. Long famous for its Port wine, the city is redefining itself with a number of new developments including the Casa da Musica designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, in Boavista. There are scheduled and cut price flights to Porto from many European cities.
Paula Rego - The most brilliant artist of her generation, Paula Rego is known for her sinister and intriguing paintings and prints often given a sexual twist. Now resident in England, Rego's most famous canvases include The Family (1988) and the Dog Woman series of paintings of the 1990s.
Living in Portugal