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  1. Tomar

    Tomar is a city in Portugal, in the centre of the country, in the district of Médio Tejo.

  2. Coimbra

    Coimbra is a historic city in Central Portugal, which serves as the regional capital and, with almost 150 000 inhabitants, is the largest municipality there and one of Portugal's four largest metropolises. An important urban and administrative centre since the birth of the Portuguese nation, the city has amassed vast cultural and architectural heritage and is the seat of one of world's oldest universities with a UNESCO-listed campus.

  3. Castelo Branco

    Castelo Branco is a city in central Portugal, in Beira Baixa. Centre of Portugal locates Castelo Branco in the region and it is a capital of the District of Castelo Branco (which limits correspond, approximately, to the ancient Province of the Beira Baixa).

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  4. Leiria
  5. Mealhada

    Mealhada is a small city in Bairrada,in center Portugal,sub Region:Baixo Vouga,district of Aveiro;Metropolitam Area:Coimbra.

  6. Marvão
  7. Coruche

    Coruche is a municipality/town in the Lezíria do Tejo district of the Alentejo region of Portugal.

  8. Figueira da Foz

    Figueira da Foz is a seaside resort on the Beira Litoral in Central Portugal, situated at the mouth of the Mondego River west of Coimbra. It boasts a long waterfront promenade, Europe's widest urban beach and one of Portugal's few casinos.

  9. Alcobaça

  10. Gouveia
  11. Caldas da Rainha

    Caldas da Rainha is a city in western Central Portugal, about 10 km from the Atlantic Ocean. Absent from most international visitors' itineraries, but charming nonetheless, Caldas da Rainha is an excellent place to experience the real Portugal without hordes of tourists.

  12. Monsanto

    Monsanto is a town in the Beira Baixa, a region of Central Portugal.

  13. Aveiro

    Aveiro is a city on the Atlantic coast in the Beira Litoral region of Central Portugal. A major port for centuries, Aveiro is famous for its elegant canals and enjoys a sheltered location in a coastal lagoon behind a collection of jetties and islets, and is therefore often compared to Venice.

  14. Évora
  15. Guarda

  16. Terena

    Terena is a beautiful village of the Alentejo region, on the Évora district in Portugal.

  17. Elvas

    Elvas is a city in the Alentejo region of Portugal. The Garrison Border Town of Elvas and its Fortifications is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

  18. Peniche

    [dos Remédios - Peniche (Portugal).jpg|thumb|200px|Cruz dos Remédios]

  19. Santa Maria da Feira

    Santa Maria da Feira is a city in the Douro Litoral region of Northern Portugal. It is a city and dense populated municipality, in the Porto metropolitan area, belonging to Aveiro district.

  20. Setúbal
  21. Espinho
  22. Lisbon

    Lisbon (Portuguese: Lisboa) is the capital of Portugal situated on seven hills at the wide mouth of the river Tagus (Tejo) where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. A port city, an economic centre, a cultural powerhouse and a thriving mix of Portugal's rich history and vivid contemporary culture, Lisbon enchants travellers with its white bleached limestone buildings, intimate alleyways, and an easy going charm that makes it a popular year round destination.

  23. Lamego

    Lamego is an historical city in the Douro valley, in northern Portugal.

  24. Almada

    Almada is a city in the Lisbon Region located in the south bank of the Tagus river, just across from Lisbon.

  25. Monsaraz
  26. Comporta

    Comporta is a village in Portugal on the Alentejo Coast, close to Grândola and Alcácer do Sal.

  27. Sintra

    Sintra is a town in the Lisbon Region of Portugal. Its spectacular setting, 28km from Lisbon, houses a Royal Palace, used by generations of Portuguese royalty prior to the 1910 revolution.

  28. Cascais

    Cascais is beach town in the Lisbon Region of Portugal, located at the end of the mouth of the River Tagus as it meets the ocean, with spectacular beaches to be found on its Atlantic shorelines. The combination of maritime leisurely charm, strategic position and location close to Lisbon made it a favourite residence of the Portuguese royal family and several other nobles and one of Portugal's first holiday resorts.

  29. Caceres

    Cáceres is a beautiful small city in the Extremadura region of Spain that is worth spending several days visiting. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.