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Portugal Oder Wales Navigation menu VideoLama-EM-Orakel: Gewinnt Portugal oder Wales? Algarve Portugal's sunny southern coast, strung with the simple fishing village of Salema, the historic "end of the road" of Cape Sagres, the beach-party town of Lagos, and friendly Tavira. Sintra Aristocratic retreat just outside Lisbon, known for its striking setting, fairy-tale castles, and beautiful gardens. Uber Eats is one of the largest takeaway delivery services in Portugal, allowing you to order from both restaurants and established takeaways and have it delivered to your door. The service is available in several parts of Portugal, including Lisbon, Porto, the Algarve, Aveiro, Funchal, and Coimbra. Things to Do in Wales, United Kingdom: See Tripadvisor's 2,, traveller reviews and photos of Wales tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend or in December. We have reviews of the best places to see in Wales. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.
Visiting Portalegre is not so much about visiting one interesting town, but about visiting a whole cluster of northern Alentejan towns, each with their own tale to tell, and with Portalegre at their centre.
The region contains a wealth of historical monuments and anecdotes, awe-inspiring views from the fortified hilltop towns and a good smattering of prehistoric treasures to boot.
For the As a tourist destination in its own right the town doesn't really jump out, as with much of south and west Portugal it was extensively damaged in the great earthquake of Porto is considered the capital of the north and as the second largest city in Portugal, rightfully so.
The two cities have a totally different feel and different charms. Even the name translates as port of the fishing net.
A jumble of whitewashed cottages, cobbled streets and pretty squares perched on the low cliff tops of the Alentejo coast between Sines and Vila Nova de Milfontes.
Virtually unknown outside of Portugal the city has been one of the North's most popular holiday resorts for over three hundred years.
Quarteira was one of the first resorts to be developed along the Algarve coast. Apparently there was once a small fishing village here, but before you start imagining quaint whitewashed fisherman's cottages huddled around a little harbour that Quarteira has long since gone.
Today the resort consists of high-rise apartment blocks along the sea front backed by a town that has little in the way of Although Sagres is on the Algarve it doesn't have the same over-developed holiday town feel of some of those towns further east.
Situated within a few kilometres of Europe's most south western point, Cape St. Vincent, the town has a rather windswept, remote feel about it.
The town itself is pleasant enough in places, with an attractive square, but there is little of historical or architectural Overlooking the wending Tagus River from its ridge-top position, Santarem is a town of historical significance, once renowned as the strongest fortress in the kingdom and second only to Lisbon in importance in the country.
Its origins can be traced back to the Iron Age, and Julius Caesar used it as an administrative centre for Roman legions. The name originates in the legend of martyred Saint Coming here and visiting the surrounding villages feels like coming to the real Algarve as it has been for centuries, with the classic white-painted buildings, the peaceful cafes which today have English translations on their Serpa is a sleepy hilltop town in rural Alentejo.
Close proximity to the Spanish border gave rise to the construction of thick town walls and a small castle, the remains of which are open to visitors.
The castle is of Moorish origin, though it was largely rebuilt in the late thirteenth century by King Dinis. The castle suffered serious damage during the Spanish invasion of Entrance to the This picturesque fishing port lies about 40 km due south of Lisbon and is situated nestled at the foot of the hills of Arrabida and inside a sparkling blue bay, protecting it from cold northerly winds.
Setubal and its surrounding area are awash with history dating back to before the Roman period, indeed it is said that the town was founded by a relative of Noah.
Its relationship with the sea is also remarkably long-lived with a fish salting industry which started in the 1st century AD and a large, protected harbour - the third largest in the country - from where, in the era of the Discoveries, Silves is an attractive town with a rich history built on the banks of the River Arade.
The river was navigable in historical times and represented an important link between the hinterland and the coast.
The town, which is built on top of one of the largest underground aquifers in the south of Portugal, the Querenca-Silves aquifer, straddles the river and retains a medina-style gate, the Porta de Sines is a long way off the tourist trail and on first impressions it is easy to see why.
Sines is an industrial town dominated by its oil refinery with its towers and pipelines, and the deep sea port with its huge container ships and tankers.
Suffice to say the water here is fairly polluted and the air not a great deal better. Besides the port Sines also has a small marina, although yachts can Considered not only one of the wonders of Portugal but indeed of Europe, Sintra is truly a gem.
Once the royal town of the country, it now deservedly holds UNESCO world heritage status and attracts hordes of visitors throughout the year.
Its unusual geography, nestled in a stretch of hills surrounded on all sides by plain, estuary or ocean, and its subsequent climate, which is perhaps more Tavira is one of the gems of the eastern Algarve.
Sometimes referred to as the Venice of the Algarve, it boasts a seven-arched Roman bridge, some fine Renaissance architecture, numerous churches, tree-lined squares and a certain romantic air.
Although a small town, Tomar plays a large role in a very important stage of Portuguese history, with links to the Knights Templar and the Discoveries, and remains an attractive and interesting place to visit.
Tomar Castle All rights reserved Its story begins in the eleven hundreds when much land in the area was donated to the Knights of the Temple of Jerusalem by the then Queen Dona The small city of Torres Vedras is situated about an hour north of Lisbon and a few kilometres inland.
Although not immediately bursting with character there are a few sights worth seeing, many of which are concentrated in the jumble of cobbled streets that run down from the castle.
This is also a town with a long and rich history. Torres Vedras old town The focal point for visitors to Its location on the Lima estuary, surrounded by verdant hills is probably best appreciated from atop the Monte de Santa Luzia.
This contrasting scenery with its fine sandy beaches both coastal and fluvial, and the differing horizons offered by The quintessential Algarve village of Vila Do Bispo with its narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and peaceful cafes sits almost at the extreme southwest corner of both Portugal and Europe.
It is a small village, but caters well for visitors and locals, with two banks, a supermarket, a medical centre and plenty of smaller shops, cafes, and a surprising number of restaurants.
Fresh fish is the most The former offers a pleasant day out with some great sandy beaches Despite its location Gaia is actually a city in its own right and extends quite some way from the riverside.
In case my snarkiness didn't come through, let me state it plainly: this entire post is written tongue-in-cheek.
I think Wales is an amazing part of the UK, and I'm frankly baffled over why more people don't visit.
With all the castles, beautiful scenery, outdoor adventure, and the fact that there aren't a ton of tourists, there's really no denying that Wales is a great destination.
I only spent a handful of days in northern Wales, but it was long enough for me to conclude that Wales is very special and I'm definitely not saying that just because I have a Welsh surname….
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Well this post convinced me to never go to Wales.
I mean, who wants to see castles and learn about fairy tales? Not me, ew.. It is completely obvious that this article is portraying a sarcastic image of our non independent Principality of wales.
Yet this village idiot is unable to sense this. Your too easily offended. All of you Welsh natz. I been to Wales one i want go back spend time there suppose big festival around July 4 like spend couple weeks i didnt like London love a pkace called Snowdonia would love help places to go my name Gary Lewellyn my family came from Walesm.
Castles and fairy tales are part of welsh culture and you are insulting it. I have said this before and I will say it again, what you write is not sarcasm, sarcasm is nasty, the lowest form of wit though sometimes very clever.
What you write is called tongue in cheek, not nasty but jokey. These almost all seem like reasons to go to Wales? I read it all Amanda and picked up very quickly you meant the opposite to what you were saying!
Very cleverly written! I was staying nearby in Northwest England and went to Wales nearly every weekend. The hiking there is amazing and so is the scenery.
Hmm, finally something worth reading about Wales! And I saw lots of cycling groups there, too! Just be careful on those crazy roads…. Wales looks like such a dull place and I desperately want to go..!
How foolish I was! I make a solemn promise to Wales not to skip it next time I visit the UK! You can easily spend a few hours there as well as exploring the city center.
Thanks for sharing! I loved it a lot, and see many more trips to Wales in my future. This post makes me want to go to Wales even more!
We had it on our UK list first time this past summer, but due to a air traffic control strike our flight was delayed and later cancelled.
I guess this means we will just have to go back and spend our entire vacation time in Wales! The guy who originally lived there was a fisherman who was over 6 feet tall!
Now I want to go to Wales! This was hilarious! Wales is so special. Got to go back now! I actually visited Wales more, now that I actually live in Germany!!
However, the seaside is amazing, the hills roll, the people are humble, and the national parks are fantastic! Wales definitely has a lot going for it, and I was really happy to discover just how lovely it is!
We took a train from London to spend the day in Cardiff, including a visit to the Doctor Who Experience, which was great fun. Great post! I have lived in Wales for 15 years now and lucky to have some beautiful places just up the road.
Brecon Beacons is a must. There are so many quaint places to visit as you can see from the pictures. From Tenby to Saint David s soooo many. There is so much to see and as an English person living in Wales after all this time I can still not pronounce half of the street names.
I came across your site while researching Southeast Asia as myself and my girlfriend are travelling there soon. I then stumbled this post and loved it, plus being welsh made it an ever better read for me.
Thank you, and also your information on Southeast Asia have been very helpful. Happy to be able to help, Callum — and even happier that you enjoyed this post!
I had fun writing it, and had even more fun in Wales! Great article about Wales Amanda. Looks like you missed out on the south western part — you should definitely add it to your itinerary for your next visit.
I am going to be in the UK in September. Unfortunately, most of our time is already scheduled, but we want to take a day trip from London to Wales.
Do you have a suggestion for where we should spend our so very short time in Wales? I had a great time in northern Wales, and found lots to do!
It was not enough time. One week in Snowdonia and another just south of Brecon Breacons. Each time I stayed in one of those stone houses in a quaint, small town like you mentioned.
I myself have 1 quarter welsh blood in me. I would love to see all the castles and definitely for an American it is a culture shock for those coming from big cities to explore a more quiet rural setting.
The fact that its so medieval is impressive. It has been shadowed by England for so long! Personally I believe that this could be classed as racist as you are making us feel ashamed of our heritage and country!
Ummm… did you even read this post, or did you just see the title and leave this comment? Christ Carys get a bloody grip! Its obviously written in good humour and your being chopsy is more likely to put people off visiting Wales than this article is!
I understand that you probably went through a lot of trouble to do this, but on the contrary I still think that some of the things were unnecessary and therefor a bit far.
Please, be quiet. From a proud Welshman. Great article, you need to visit the south. Waterfall country, the Gower, and the Pembrokeshire coastal path.
Hi, I live in Wales in Cardiff and i wanted to see what others saw when they visited Wales! And i totally agree, people here can be quite crazy!!!.
Replies to this lovely article show how uneducated and lazy these people are. How would you believe that someone is wasting her time on a long article with charming pictures in order to say bad things about a country?
Thank you so much for all these information. Perhaps you can spend a week easily but I need to figure out how to organize Wales part what to do, how many days properly.
A month sounds like a long time, but you could easily spend two weeks in Ireland and two weeks in Scotland alone! Go to Isle of Man and you can see ireland England Scotland and wales from there, was up on the Dublin mountains during the week and could see welsh mountains Isle of Man and mourne mountains in Northern Ireland.
All so close together so you can easily spend a few days in each country and see a lot of stuff. What are you saying!? Wales is an amazing place!
All of these reasons are garbage! Besides the castles, Wales is just like any other country, only a lot more interesting.
What if I said I was from there? What if I said I can pronounce llanfairpwllg wyngyllgogerychwrndobwyllllantysiliogogogoch?
Also, this is WAY more than 8 reasons. I love Wales and think everyone should go there! I do like Wales itself but obviously like Welsh less, especially after I read those comments.
Fantastic article Amanda, thank you! Hey Gala. Every country has idiots, and the internet has a special way of finding them! Oh I know! Are people really that stupid??
Clearly, the title and whole article was a joke. These are no reasons not to visit Wales. Wales is one of the most beautiful countries ever.
And the language is great. By the way, castles are really fun to climb on! And yes, Welsh is an old language, but why is that a reason for not going to Wales.
Hey Amanda. Herby from South Germany visited Scotland and Ireland 10 times or more. But never had planed to go to Wales. This year i decided to plan a Trip to Wales in — May-June.
I will be alone and travel with a rental car through Wales for two weeks. So i have seen a report in the german tv about Wales, and i knew for one moment, i must visit this country!
So i found today your Internet- report and i will say: Thank you for the informations there…. Thanks for embracing my sarcastic humor. The English were not the first people to settle in Wales — or Scotland or Ireland.
All of those places have native languages often a version of Gaelic , and the same is true in Wales!
It looks and sounds nothing like English. Yes we do have our own language, but most people can speak English. There are still many areas where people speak Welsh as their first language, particularly in the north.
The Welsh are possibly the last enclave of the original British. I was soooooo angry reading this because I am Welsh and it was quite offensive, no one that I have gone up to has ever said anything like this.
This comment is not meant for any hate I just wanted to get my point across thank you? You just insulted wales by calling it an amazing place?
How stupid can one man get? You said that adorable towns and not a lot of tourist are reasons you should not go to wales.
But man, come on bro. You should of thought this through. And you should perhaps read the entire post before commenting, bro.
This is all sarcasm — these are reasons why people SHOULD go to Wales, and I explicitly explain that at the end because apparently lots of people have been confused by this.
I love Wales… It looks mature, stony, chilly, a bit spooky, but positively beautiful. Send me some information about Wales, brochures, info-mails, pictures… cannot get enough of it.
Wales is amazing but the welsh hate anyone apart from welsh and i dont blame them they want to keep it welsh just how England wanted to keep it English but failed miserably.
Their keeping it a true welsh country and not a dumping ground for every nation on earth. And yet when people from some of those countries they colonized want to move to England, forget about it.
Very true, i have nothing against mixing cultures but if you were from the uk you would understand. And this post had nothing to do with what i was drolling about so excuse me from diversing the nature of it I was just stating the fact and telling how one of a very few western countries is trying its best to stay to its own even from its neighbours thats why so few tourists.
Just came back after spending two days in Snowdonia and loved that train station at Betws-y-Coed along with most of Wales had to offer.
I only spent couple of days but Welsh people were brilliant. Humble, helpful and respectful but finding specific food is a pain.
Not a lot of south Asians so it was impossible to find Halal food. On its 24th edition, which will takes place from the See all.
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Portugal Wales. Nani 54'. Ronaldo 50'. Das war's! Portugal gewinnt und steht im EM-Endspiel! Die Portugiesen schlagen die Waliser mit In der ersten Hälfte passiert wenig bis gar nichts.
Kurz nach dem Pausentee ist es eine kurze Phase der Unachtsamkeit der Inselbewohner, die sie eine Niederlage kostet. Ronaldo schiesst seine Farben nach einem Eckball in Front und Nani doppelt nur drei Minuten später nach.
Wales war offensiv zu harmlos, man vermisste schmerzlich den gesperrten Ramsey. Nichtsdestotrotz können die Waliser auf ein gelungenes Turnier zurückblicken, an ihrer ersten Europameisterschaft bis in den Halbfinal einziehen.
Portugal spielt nun am Sonntag gegen den Gewinner der Partie Frankreich gegen Deutschland, die morgen stattfindet. Portugal freut sich Matthäus gratuliert und lobt die Waliser.
Juli Der Premier-Minister freut sich natürlich auch für seine Landsleute. Juli Ronaldo macht das, was er bei einem Freistoss am Besten kann.
Er haut ihn in die Mauer. Joe Allen haut Quaresma über den Haufen. Eriksson lässt Gnade vor Recht walten und zeigt Allen nicht die zweite gelbe Karte.
Gute Freistossposition für Ronaldo. Drei Minuten werden nachgespielt. Gelbe Karte wegen gefährlichem Spiel. Nani darf die letzten Minuten von der Bank aus geniessen, Quaresma kommt für ein paar Augenblicke.
Portugal führt nach wie vor und lässt hinten nichts mehr anbrennen. Colemans Wechselkontigent ist erschöpft, schade, ansonsten wäre es Zeit für Roger Federer.
Der weiss, wie man einen Rückstand dreht. Überall sonst wäre der Mann Stammspieler, nicht bei Portugal. Joao Moutinho kommt für Adrien Silva.