Portugal is a land of contrasts. Between the steep valleys of the Serra d'Estrela and its snow-covered passes, the heavenly beaches and coves of the Costa Vicentina, the endless plains of the Alentejo, the sun on all or almost all the sea fronts... Portugal is indeed a plural country. In terms of cities, the choice is also wide: Lisbon the enchanting, festive and fashionable; Coimbra and its hordes of students, whispering a centenary fado; Evora, a museum city with the sunny cobbled streets of the heart of the country; Porto, with its rich architecture and famous vineyards... Expect to make your taste buds travel too, there are countless regional specialities and by following the indications of the tourist guide on Portugal, you are likely to enjoy yourself. From the fresh fish just caught by the sailors of Nazaré to the famous 365 cod recipes, not to mention the tasty pasteis of Belém, get ready to make some great discoveries. A city steeped in history like Braga will enrich your stay in Portugal. Feel free to discover the country by venturing inland. The Douro Valley, for example, is a treasure with the natural beauty of the country; it is one of the must-see sites (a UNESCO World Heritage Site! The beautiful beaches of the Azores archipelago will delight surfing fans. With your travel guide, discover this country of the Iberian Peninsula and its tourist attractions without further delay.