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I am on Madeira from 22nd November to 6th December.Is somebody here who wants to join me?
I am 36yrs old man and already travelled in few countries.I have no fix plan yet so there is no problem to agree on anything.
Also I'm travelling light so I will stay through couchsurfing,airbnb etc. and will go by bus (but I don't refuse to rent a car).
Otherwise I welcome any advices what to see,where to stay etc.

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January?

Hi, we are thinking of traveling to Portugal in January (probably mid-January to first week of February). We know that it will be cool. Cool we don't mind as long as it's sunny and not too rainy. Will want to visit Lisbon, Porto and do some hiking.

Any thoughts on coming to Portugal at that time of year?

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Need help finalizing my itinerary.

Day 1: Arrive in the morning, rent car and head to Obidos, Alcobaca and Tomar. Stay over night in Tomar.
Day 2: Drive to Serra de Estrela and stay over night
Day 3: Drive to Duoro valley and stay over night (suggestions on what region/town to visit)
Day 4: Drive to Guimaraes, Braga, and return car to Porto in the evening. Stay in Porto
Day 5: Porto
Day 6: Porto and late afternoon train to Lisbon
Day 7: Lisbon
Day 8: Day trip to Sintra (staying in Lisbon)
Day 9: Day…

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train or bus

Dear all
I will be arriving to Oporto (Carneiro) Airport next wednesday at 17:55. I will check luggage. I need to go to Vigo that evening.

I have two options
1) Take a train from Porto Campanhã to Vigo Guixar by train that leaves at 19:15, arrives 22:34 costs 15 euros
2) Take a bus from the oporto to Vigo, but it leaves at 21:45-00:30. costs around 12 euros

With option 1) then I need to travel from oporto airport to Campanhã. It looks to me that I have two options
a) take a metro, that takes 30…

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Itinerary

Hi
So I am up to final details of my itinerary. I will be travelling by train when I can and by bus for other journeys. The only booking I have so far is for Lisbon. I want to see a mix of city, smaller towns and villages, rural and beachside. I don't want to be having too many different stops, preferring to base myself and do day trips to nearby areas.
8 Nights Lisbon
4 Nights Tomar (and day trips to outlying towns & villages)
4 Nazare (possible day trip to Alcobaca)
5 Porto
3 Pinhao
3 Coimbra
4…

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Hi As part of my trip to Portugal I will be spending about 9 nights in the Algarve at Tavira and maybe Lagos. Specifically, I am interested in walking along beach/waterfront and exploring the towns and either hiring a car for a few days or just taking buses for day trips. The LP seems to give Cabo de Sao V a big wrap and I like the idea but it also seems a bit difficult to get out there from Sagres. Is this correct? I like the idea of visiting the most SW point in mainland Europe but is it…

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Is it necessary or is there reason to buy tickets in advance for train from Porto to Coimbra?

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I could use some help developing an itinerary for my boyfriend and me for a trip to Spain/Portugal in Late October. I've read many comments on here to pick one country, but would really like to try to fit in both as I'm not sure when we'll be back. We are flying in and out of Lisbon as it was the most economical. We will have 12 nights. Our thought was 4 nights in Lisbon, 2 nights in Lagos, 2 nights in Seville and 4 nights in Barcelona. Is this too much? We may cut out Lagos, but liked the…

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Hello, friends-- we are planning a 12-day trip to Portugal in March and are wondering whether it's worth it to spend 2-3 days in the Algarve during that time. I know it will be too cold to swim, but I've also heard that the weather is milder in southern Portugal than elsewhere. Is there enough to do off-season in the Algarve to make the trip worthwhile? Thanks in advance!

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Hello, friends-- My girlfriend and I are traveling to Portugal this spring, and I'm wondering about how difficult it is to get around there for people with physical disabilities. I use a cane or rollator (walker with wheels) to walk, and I have some difficulty managing stairs. I have a feeling that Portugal's walk-up guesthouses and cobblestone streets may prove difficult. Does anyone have any advice for particular aspects of life in Portugal that may pose challenges for me, or any advice for…