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Portugal's location in this sun-drenched region of Western Europe gives it a unique attraction. It occupies a wedge of Iberia, borders Spain, and has a wonderful coastline that borders the Atlantic Ocean. Its southern regions continue to be an alluring travel destination which you can visit with our package deals to Portugal, known for their magnificently sandy beaches and top-notch golf courses. The centre of the nation, on the other hand, o Read More

Portugal's location in this sun-drenched region of Western Europe gives it a unique attraction. It occupies a wedge of Iberia, borders Spain, and has a wonderful coastline that borders the Atlantic Ocean. Its southern regions continue to be an alluring travel destination which you can visit with our package deals to Portugal, known for their magnificently sandy beaches and top-notch golf courses. The centre of the nation, on the other hand, offers a richness of contrast, including undulating plains, wide rivers, deep, verdant valleys, and distant mountain ranges. 

An astonishing array of monuments and old structures, many of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, define Portugal's history. The nation's character is further supported by its open, amiable, and welcoming citizens. You will fall in love with the nation's colour, flavour, and warmth after spending some time exploring it with our all-inclusive holidays to Portugal! Notwithstanding the attention lavished on Lisbon and Porto, Portugal offers much more than its two attractive old towns. Finding the best spot to visit with our Portugal holiday packages mostly relies on your interests, as each region provides a variety of attractions. You should head to the Algarve if you want sandy beaches and water sports, and you should head to Évora if you want old cities with a vibrant traditional food scene. Experience the best of Portugal with our cheap holiday to Portugal packages! 

The calendar of events in Portugal is jam-packed with customary festivals, opulent food fairs, outdoor performances, and other activities. There is always something going on here, but summer is when you may see the largest array. 

Putting festivals aside, determining the ideal month to visit Portugal is difficult. That totally depends on what you're looking for Southern outdoor activities. Visit in the winter on our last minute portugal holiday packages when there are fewer people, lower rates, and comfortable but not sweltering weather. Hours at the beach with lots of time in the surf? Summer is the best time to visit with our best portugal deals because the water is the warmest. A combination of northern wilderness exploration and city exploration? During the shoulder season, when it's less wet and there aren't as many city visitors. 

Whatever you're looking for, you'll find in our summary of Portugal if you visit our website www.akbartravels.com and with the our best portugal holiday deals!


Nights/Days Price

Lisbon Madrid and Barcelona 

6N/7D ₹ 74,820

Spanish Ring with Lisbon 

11N/12D ₹ 1,06,545

Spain Morocco and Portugal 

18N/19D ₹ 2,04,840


The ideal time to visit on our all inclusive holidays to portugal is during the high season- June to August 

You'll discover warmer ocean temperatures in the summer, especially as you travel south to the Algarve. Plan on sharing those lovely beaches with lots of other sunbathers during July and August when both water temperatures and crowds are at their highest. 

Wherever you go on our package deals to Portugal, be prepared for greater costs because the summer high season often sees an increase in lodging costs of 30% or more. On the plus side, this is one of Portugal's most joyous times, with significant national holidays and a tonne of neighbourhood outdoor festivities (including concerts and film screenings). 

The off-season November to March 

Plan your trip with us on the all inclusive holidays to portugal package for the off-season to avoid the crowds and take advantage of incredible lodging deals. Although many museums and other attractions have shorter hours, cities and larger towns still have a full schedule of entertainment. You must be ready for shifting weather conditions if you visit in the winter, including rain in Porto and the north and cold temperatures at higher elevations. Yet, there is plenty of sunshine in the south, making now an ideal time for Algarve clifftop excursions. Although the sea is rather chilly, the greatest waves come in the winter, especially around December, which attracts many surfers. 

Shoulder season months- April, May, September, and October 

You'll find moderate, frequently sunny days throughout the shoulder season that are perfect for outdoor activities like biking and hiking. The best natural beauties of Portugal are now accessible without the crowds. A sea of wildflowers covers the nation in the spring, and significant religious holidays like Holy Week also arrive at this time. 

With the harvest of grapes and the turning of the leaves in the north, the fall can be a particularly magical time to visit Portugal with our cheap package holidays to Portugal. Although ocean temperatures can be chilly, beaches are significantly quieter and more appealing starting in mid-September. 

We at Akbar Travels are here to inspire you as industry specialists in travel. To help you plan your upcoming vacation to this stunning nation with our cheap all inclusive holidays to portugal, we have chosen the top places to visit in Portugal! 

Places to visit in Portugal on our Portugal holiday packages: 

1. Lisbon: 

Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is one of the most appealing cities in all of Europe. This thriving Atlantic port is located on the banks of the River Tagus and is spread out over a number of hills, which emphasize its prime waterfront location. Visiting the city's historic district on our all inclusive holidays to portugal packages is a voyage into its intriguing past, which is illustrated by well-known tourist destinations like the impressive Castelo de So Jorge and Alfama, Lisbon's oldest neighbourhood. 

A network of top-notch museums broadens the range of available cultural experiences. You might be in awe of the modernity of Park das Naçes to the east, away from the city centre, and its popular attractions like the magnificent Oceanário.

In Belém, to the west, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the magnificent Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and the eccentric Torre de Belém—reflect Portugal's glorious Age of Discovery. 

In between, you can wander through attractive squares surrounded by trees, stroll along wide esplanades along the river, or take in breath-taking views from one of the many miradouros, or viewpoints, scattered around the city. Experience Lisbons pure beauty with our portugal holiday packages now! 

2. Sintra 

One of the jewels in Portugal's glistening touring crown is the enchanting Sintra. This ancient and alluring town, recognised by UNESCO for its exceptional cultural landscape, is surely worth setting aside a full day to explore on the package deals to Portugal! One of the most well-liked day trips on our portugal holiday deals from Lisbon is this one. 

The Palácio Nacional, a landmark building with its distinctive twin chimneys standing above a lovely square lined with houses painted in a colour of pastel pink and ochre with splashes of yellow, dominates the town, which is huddled beneath the lip of the forested Serra da Sintra hills. 

The historic Castelo dos Mouros is also included on our cheap all inclusive holidays to portugal, which appears to have been sculpted from the granite escarpment it runs along, looks down over this picture-postcard landscape. The alluring Palácio da Pena, a summer residence for the Portuguese royal family in the 19th century, sits atop the highest hill. 

For those who enjoy hiking, Sintra has a variety of trails to choose from, but don't you worry, we’ve got you covered! We pick the best trails for you on your Portugal holiday package! You'll need strong legs to climb the challenging hills that surround the town. Awe-inspiring panoramas of the distant city of Cascais can be seen from the highest peaks of the Serra on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal! 

3. Porto 

Oporto (or "Porto"), Portugal's second city, provides tourists on our portugal holiday package with a radically different experience from the capital due to its sturdy granite architecture and business atmosphere. 

Porto, which is located at the mouth of the River Douro and is graced with a waterfront known as the Ribeira that has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is home to some of the best examples of Baroque churches and Neoclassical structures in the nation. The intimidating Sé, the city's cathedral, and the needle-like Tower dos Clérigos are particularly noteworthy. 

Ponte Dom Luís I, a famous double-decked iron bridge that spans the Douro and links the city to Vila Nova de Gaia, is another well-known building which is also included in our cheap package holidays to Portugal. A slow stroll along the Ribeira gives you a real sense of the past and allows you to breathe in the salty air of the location. 

The Douro Valley, a green region of terraced hillsides populated with hamlets and villages, may be reached through a beautiful route along the river. Joining one of the many cruises on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal that travel the meandering waterway, is a common way to experience the area with our Portugal deals!

4. Évora 

One of Portugal's most alluring cities on our Portugal holiday deals is Évora, which is located deep within the Alentejo. Évora needs a thorough and leisurely examination because of the incredible collection of well-preserved monuments it is known for. 

The impressive Templo Romano, built around the second century, the gloomy but captivating Sé (cathedral), built in the 12th century, and the Igreja de So Francisco, with its ominous Capela dos Ossos, completed in the mid-1550s, are just a few of the historical landmarks contained within its medieval walls which are included in our cheap holidays to Portugal packages! 

Évora has earned the coveted UNESCO World Heritage Site designation thanks to the historical significance of the city and the pristine state of its architectural marvels. Yet you'll also fall in love with the city's charming market-town atmosphere and down-to-earth character. It's fun to roam and shop in its Moorish alleys, peruse interesting museums, and have lunch in charming squares on our Portugal holiday packages where you're treated more like a guest than a visitor! 

5. Douro Valley 

Just east of Porto is one of Portugal's most stunning regions on our portugal holiday packages! Here, Europe's oldest wine area is delineated by sharply terraced vineyards as the flowing Rio Douro runs through towering slopes covered in them. Whether you reach the Douro Valley by boat, train, or automobile, you'll be greeted with breathtaking views at every turn, especially as you get closer to the charming village of Pinho in the centre of the area. Experience these breathtaking views on our cheap portugal holidays packages! 

6. Óbidos 

What do kings give their queens as wedding gifts? It was the achingly beautiful village of Bidos, a tradition that persisted for hundreds of years, for the fortunate queens of Portugal. It is now available to the public and is definitely worth the hour-long travel from Lisbon to the north on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal to get there. 

Óbidos is every artist's fantasy. Strong ancient walls surround a collection of whitewashed homes, cafes, and artisan shops lining a succession of tiny, cobblestone lanes. Moreover, the inside of the Igreja De Santa Maria boasts beautiful blue and white 17th-century azulejos (tiles). 

Rare paintings by Josefa de Bidos, a painter from the 17th century, are housed at a museum on the charming town square. 

Beautiful views of the surrounding terra cotta rooftops and the verdant plains which are included on our portugal deals can be experienced by strolling along the top of the battlements. The defenses are a component of the famous castle, whose keep towers over the picturesque area below like a guardian. The actual castle is now a luxurious historic hotel called a pousada which is also included in our portugal holiday deals!

7. Setúbal Peninsula 

The Setbal Peninsula, south of Lisbon, has long been Lisboetas' (Lisbon residents) weekend getaway destination. You may reach the Costa da Caparica with our cheap all inclusive holidays to Portugal via ferry, followed by a brief bus or bicycle ride. As you travel further south on our package deals to Portugal, the beachfront becomes more rugged and uninhabited. Here is the place to go if you want surf instruction, some relaxation on the dunes, or lunch with a view of the crashing waves. 

Go to the Park Natural da Arrábida near the tip of the peninsula if you want a little more privacy. Cliffs covered in dense vegetation, attractive coves, and beaches like Beach do Portinho da Arrábida with excellent sand, clear waters, and the remains of an ancient Roman site are all found here on our last minute holiday packages to Portugal! 

8. Tavira 

Tavira, which is listed in numerous guidebooks and on our Portugal holiday deals as the Algarve's most alluring town, does indeed check off all the scenic prerequisites. A Roman footbridge connects one side of this charmingly laid-back town to the other while the River Gilo smiles through it. You should take a stroll along the waterfront before or after exploring the remainder of Tavira's historic sites. Beautiful views of the ancient town and the neighbouring coast may be seen and experienced on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal from the castle walls. You can also tour the magnificent cathedral, Igreja de Santa do Castelo, which houses the graves of chivalrous knights. 

The town is also home to the intriguing Ncleo Islamico museum. Features include a remarkable figurative vase from the 11th century. 

A tempting choice is to visit the offshore Ilha de Tavira with our cheap holidays to Portugal package, a huge beach that even in peak season has plenty of space to spare. This is especially alluring during the hot summer months with our all inclusive deals- Portugal! 

9. The Minho 

The Minho, a lush region with vineyard-covered valleys, rugged wilds, remote beaches, and charming river villages that appear little changed over time, is particularly beloved by the Portuguese which is on our Portugal holiday deals! Braga, a city with Roman ruins, a legendary medieval church, and serene flower-trimmed plazas filled with outdoor cafes and restaurants, serves as the region's entry point. Park Nacional da Peneda-Gerês, a vast, mountainous wilderness with spectacular peaks, meandering streams, and stone settlements frozen in time, is located further north. The reserve is crisscrossed by dozens of hiking routes that lead visitors on our Portugal holiday package past ancient Roman roads, crumbling castles, and glittering waterfalls! 

10. Coimbra 

Coimbra's famed university on a hilltop is just one of the many reasons to go there on our Portugal holiday packages! However, the abundance of additional tourist sites, many of which are gathered around the Velha Universidade, a location recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, justifies a full day of exploring with our best Portugal deals.

A visit to the magnificent Biblioteca Joanina on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal, a Baroque gem of gilded and marbled wood and frescoed ceilings, is without a doubt the high point of a tour of the former university site. For an exhilarating view of the entire neighbourhood on our all inclusive deals Portugal, 

you can also ascend to the top of the clock tower from the 18th century. Include the majestic Se Velha from the late 12th century in your exploration (old cathedral) with our cheap all inclusive holidays to Portugal! 

There are other historic structures to see down below in the old town with the Portugal Holiday Packages, including two former convents and the Igreja de Santa Cruz, which was dedicated in 1131 and houses Afonso Henriques' tomb, the first monarch of Portugal. 

Other attractions on our Portugal deals include a variety of fascinating museums, a botanical garden, and the entertaining Portugal dos Pequenitos Park, which features scale replicas of the nation's most well-known traditional structures. 

A wide esplanade flanks both banks of the river, making it a lovely detour and an excellent place for leisurely stroll. 

11. Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela 

The Serra da Estrela, the highest mountain range in mainland Portugal, is appropriately referred to as the "star mountains." The range, or more specifically the plateau, rises to a height of 1,993 metres above sea level at its highest point and is a striking natural feature of central Portugal. In the winter, when opportunistic skiers take advantage of what is perhaps the shortest ski season in Europe with our Portugal holiday packages, it is frequently covered in snow. 

Otherwise, the granite escarpments and glacier-carved valleys are typical hiking territory, and the area is covered in a system of marked long-distance trails and tracks. At the settlements like Linhares and Valezim, trekkers on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal package may experience the region's traditional charm while also admiring some extremely gorgeous countryside. 

The Serra da Estrela sheepdog, a breed exclusive to Portugal, resides in the mountains. You will undoubtedly run into a proud local while walking one of these large but gentle dogs. The region is particularly well-known for the Serra cheese, which is undoubtedly Portugal's best cheese and is incredibly rich and creamy. Look for it to be discounted in the shops that cater to numerous nearby villages. 

12. The Algarve 

There is much to celebrate in Portugal for sunbathers on our Portugal holiday deals! The Algarve is known for its stunning and varied coastline along the south coast. You may either join the masses on the crowded beaches in popular resorts with our cheap Portugal holiday package or discover beachside peace on spectacular untamed beaches backed by wind-carved cliffs. Days are spent surfing some of Europe's most iconic breaks, playing in the waves, or taking long walks along the oceanfront. The Algarve is among Portugal's top destinations for families with children. There are several outdoor excursions, water parks, and beaches that are family-friendly (from boating to hidden sea caves to exploring undeveloped islands). You can experience this all by booking a trip to Portugal with the best deals on our cheap Portugal holiday packages now!

13. Elvas 

One of Europe's best-preserved examples of military architecture is seen in the massive, star-shaped walls that make up the defences around Elvas. The mid-17th-century defences of this frontier town in the Alentejo, located 15 kilometres from the Spanish border, are so noteworthy that UNESCO has named Elvas a World Heritage Site. 

It takes a while to get there from the west, but once you do, you'll be rewarded with an impressive circuit of walls, deep moats, and star-shaped ramparts on our all inclusive holidays Portugal. Some worthwhile tourist attractions are located within this impenetrable ring, including the Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Consolaço, whose unassuming exterior conceals a genuinely brilliant interior. 

The Aqueduto da Amoreira, the town's remarkable 16th-century aqueduct, and two smaller outlying forts are all visible from a castle perched on the north wall. These sites are all included in our all inclusive holiday to Portugal package which you can now book at www.akbrtravels.com! 

14. Guimarães 

Given that this illustrious city was formerly the capital of Portugal, it is appropriate that its historic core is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afonso Henriques, the nation's first king, declared this northern city to be the cradle of the nation during the 12th century. 

Guimarães, a remarkably evocative area, is home to a number of significant historical landmarks and is included in our Portugal package deals, not least the castle where Afonso is said to have been baptised. Although the Museu de Alberto Sampaio, located in the Romanesque cloister of Nossa Senhora da Oliveira, on Largo da Oliveira, has a no less exceptional collection of antiques, the equally noteworthy Paço dos Duques, the royal palace, holds an entertaining museum in our list of places to visit with our cheap all inclusive holidays to Portugal! 

With its intricately carved granite façade, magnificent statues, and the Padro do Salado, a 14th-century shrine that stands in front of the monastery, Guimares' well-known main square actually looks like it sprang straight out of the Middle Ages. 

After reliving all of this history on our Portugal holiday package , you should stroll around the old district by going through several beautifully preserved ancient townhomes while navigating the maze of winding, cobbled lanes on foot. 

15. Braga 

One of Portugal's most opulent cities is Braga. This place on our Portugal holiday deals , which is in the north of the nation, has a long history of serving as a significant trade and religious hub. The historic district of Braga is a world of elegant residences, magnificent cathedrals, and striking palaces, mostly from the 18th century which is included in our cheap holidays to Portugal packages. The austere granite veneer that permeates much of the architecture is contrasted with a variety of spruce parks and gardens. The Sé, the cathedral in Braga, is a well-known tourist destination on our Portugal holiday deals and stands as a reminder that the city is still the ecclesiastical capital of Portugal. A great area to loiter is in the city's main square, possibly in one of the cafés located beneath the arcades. The last trace of Braga's old defences is the nearby Torre de Menagem, which dates to the 14th century.

The stunning religious sanctuary, Bom Jesus do Monte also included in our all inclusive holidays to Portugal, which is 1.5 kilometres to the east of the city, is a worthwhile trip. Bring a picnic, and be prepared for crowded weekends. 

16. Lagos 

Lagos, one of Portugal's top resort areas, enjoys year-round tourism with our package deals to Portugal from tens of thousands of tourists that come to the country's southern coast. Lagos basks in the warmth of the Algarve sun. In addition to its world-famous beaches, Lagos is also home to some genuinely magnificent rock formations, including sandstone cliffs that tower over a network of sea caves and oddly shaped grottoes. They can be seen as part of a fun-filled sightseeing trip, along with a variety of other water activities, if you can drag yourself away from the beach. 

Back on solid ground, Lagos' cultural attractions include the amazing Museu Municipal and its neighbouring Igreja de Santo António, whose interior is among the most elaborately decorated in the entire region. 

And if you enjoy watching sunsets, you'll adore Ponta da Piedade: it's a popular location to watch the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean from the lighthouse. 

17. Faro 

Faro, the capital of the Algarve and its largest city, has more to offer tourists on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal than is initially apparent. First impressions are of a bland metropolitan sprawl with its enormous retail centre, international airport, and sea of concrete high-rises. Nevertheless, once the modern exterior is removed, the city's rich history and diverse culture become apparent. The historical centre of Faro is its Cidade Velha (Old Town), which is where visitors should go with our Portugal holiday packages. The majestic Sé is the focal point of the Old Town and is surrounded by walls from the 16th century that were constructed on Roman foundations (cathedral). This historic structure, which dates to the 13th century, has a stunning Baroque interior with gilded and lacquered woodcarvings, marble inlays, and exquisite azulejo tiles. An exciting experience is ascending the steep stairway to the top of the mediaeval tower, where you can take in expansive views over the neighbourhood on our package deals to Portugal and the Parque Natural da Ria Formosa, included. 

The interesting Museu Municipal de Faro, which is located within the revered walls of the tranquil Convent of Our Lady of the Assumption, is another Old Town highlight on the Portugal deals . Igreja do Carmo is located beyond the defences. More than 1,000 monks' skulls and bones surround the church's eerie Capela dos Ossos (Bone Chapel), which is renowned for its unsettling atmosphere. 

18. Aveiro 

Aveiro is referred to be the "Venice of Portugal" with good reason. This charming city included on our Portugal holiday deals, located in the country's Beira Litoral region, is crisscrossed by a network of canals that have come to define the area. It is situated on the edge of a system of coastal lagoons. These congested rivers are navigated by colourful barcos moliceiros, which were once used to gather seaweed but are now more commonly utilised as innovative tourism boats.

The city is renowned for its Art Nouveau architecture; scores of establishments that adopt this early 20th-century ornamental style adorn the scenic waterfront. In reality, the Museu Arte Nova is a museum devoted to this kind of artistic expression. 

Visit the Museu de Aveiro with our Portugal holiday packages to get a more comprehensive understanding of the city's history and culture. Afonso V's daughter Saint Joana lived at the convent from 1472 until her death in 1489, and the unique collection of the museum, which is housed in the Convento de Jesus from the 15th century, features artefacts about her. 

The porcelain creations of Vista Alegre entice tourists away from the city's core. Vista Alegre, a brand name for high-quality craftsmanship since 1842, exports its goods all over the world. Discovering a museum, the founder's home and a store with bargain goods are all worthwhile with the best deals on our all inclusive holidays to Portugal packages. 

19. Beja 

Sun-soaked rural The Baixa Alentejo's principal city is Beja (Lower Altenjo). Beja was established as Pax Julia by Julius Caesar in 48 BC and developed into a significant and rich city. It held a commanding position in the middle of a huge tract of golden plains. The Ruinas Romanas de So Cucufate, the remains of a villa complex to the north of Beja, are one example of where Roman influence can still be seen today in and around the location if you visit here with our Portugal holiday package! 

Nonetheless, the historic old town of Beja is where the majority of the city's monuments are concentrated. Visits to the Regional Museum provide a rewarding introduction to the city's storied past. The museum, which is housed in the magnificent Convento de Nossa Senhora da Conceiço, is renowned for its collection of Roman artefacts and Flemish artwork. The Museu Visigótico, located outside the castle walls inside the Visigoth-era Igreja de Santo Amaro, is a worthwhile stop for history buffs travelling here with our Portugal holiday deals packages. 

The Torre de Menagem, the castle's 40-meter-high keep, is only one reason why it is always worthwhile to take a side trip. A wonderfully magnificent view is available at the top after ascending a steep flight of stairs. 

20. Parque Natural da Arrábida 

While being only 40 kilometres south of Lisbon, the Arrábida National Park is a world away from the bustling metropolis that is the Portuguese city. 

This lush expanse of scrub and woodland covers the rugged slopes of the Serra da Arrábida mountain range, a wonderfully magnificent setting divided from the Atlantic Ocean by ribbons of golden sand. It hugs a wedge of coastline between the cities of Setbal and Sesimbra which are both included in our Portugal packages deals! 

The park is ideal for riding, hiking, and other outdoor activities and is a haven for animals. The genuinely daring can engage in coasteering, which involves climbing, walking, jumping, and swimming along the rocky coastline of Arrábida. 

The coastline is actually studded with a lot of excellent cove beaches. The picturesque Beach do Ribeiro do Cavalo is perfect for swimming, diving, or snorkelling and is surrounded by outcrops of limestone rock formation.

By scheduling a visit to the Convento da Arrábida in advance with our all inclusive holiday to Portugal packages, one can satiate their cultural curiosity about the interior. Franciscan monks constructed this mysterious abbey in 1542, tucked away amid a patch of thick vegetation. The monastic architecture, gardens, shrines, and cells are all included in our tours to portugal with several deals on last minute holidays in Portugal! 

Go to Portinho da Arrábida on our Portugal holiday package, a heartbreakingly beautiful port village, to unwind after a long day of touring. Here, you'll discover a collection of charming waterfront eateries that look out into the Bay of Setbal's crystal-clear seas. 

To single out one location as Portugal's top tourist attraction would be unfair. Historic cities like Evora and Lisbon are scattered throughout the coastal region. To the north are picturesque stone villages, and a big wine region lies to the east. There are plenty of gorgeous locations to pique your interest and satisfy your travel fantasies. The nation is one of the safest in the world, and the people are warm and welcoming, trying to make you feel at home. Travel safely with the best deals on cheap holidays to Portugal! Book your suitable Portugal holiday package now at www.akbartravels.com!


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