Not to miss a stop at the church of Santo António in Lagos, one of the finest church interiors in Portugal classified as a National Monument.
Tour the Slave Market Museum, housed in the city's oldest building, and perceive a regrettable chapter in Portuguese history.
Glimpse the strategically positioned 17 century Fort of Ponte de Bandeira and one of the best-preserved 17th-century fortifications in the Algarve region. Time to stop at Sagres, the most southerly community in Portugal and the most south-westerly in continental Europe.
Visit the Fortress of Sagres, an imposing fort built in the 15th century by a man-made extension of natural rock used to defend Sagres from the permanent harassment of pirates.
Spend the day uncovering the enchanting town of Sintra with its exuberant palaces and dramatic landscape. Learn about Portuguese history through the architecture and notice ornated interiors with remarkable decoration combining various artistic styles, kings' tastes, and pompous lifestyles.
Blending history with wine can be the perfect combination for a day trip. Get to know Porto's history and landmarks and taste the famous nectar of Port wine at one of the finest wine lodges.
Travel back in time, visit the oldest archdiocese in Portugal and the Ducal palace, and tour the majestic Guimarães castle from the 11th century. Stop at a notable example of a pilgrimage sanctuary with a monumental, Baroque stairway.