This itinerary includes Portugal's two biggest cities, a slew of historic villages, and some spectacular beaches for an epic adventure to remember. Start off in up-and-coming Lisbon to explore ancient ruins and trendy districts before making your way north to UNESCO-listed Porto (and its nearby wine region). You'll also get time in the university towns of Évora and Coimbra—each with their own medieval attractions and dining scenes—before kicking back for a few days in the Algarve.
Best of Coimbra
Previous kimkim travelers have gotten beneath the surface of Coimbra on fascinating guided tours of the university and the richly layered city center. Beyond the city, there’s much to discover, from eye-opening visits to Conímbriga, Portugal’s largest and most impressive Roman site, to the dramatic drive up to Piodão, a schist village deep in the mountain range known as the Serra de Açor. There’s also the opportunity to meet locals, sharing tea and cake in a Coimbra home.
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