January 02, 2014
Have you already decided where to go on holidays in 2014? If you are still undecided you can follow the advice of Lonely Planet. The world travel guide publisher considered Portugal one of the top destinations for next year!
Among other paradise destinations, Portugal is in its "best value" list of countries where the quality/price ratio is better. In fact, there’s nothing better than harmonize a cheap trip with a travel through a country with such unparalleled diversity.
The world travel guides publisher Lonely Planet is increasingly falling in love by Portugal. After considered Porto and Douro Valley as the Best European Travel Destination for 2013, Lonely Planet believes that Portugal is one of the World's Best Destinations for 2014!
Lonely Planet starts to highlight the Algarve. It was considered a cheap option for a family holiday. And for those who do not like the tourist Algarve in summer, the travel guide publisher shows other options. Alias, one of the positive points for Lonely Planet about Portugal is its typical diversity. The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, and its wonderful coffee and delicious and cheap treats are other strengths of this country.
In the final analysis of Portugal, Lonely Planet does not forget to highlight the “superb” surf beaches, which are worshiped by European people.
But if you’re still not convinced, we share with you some photos of this marvelous Portugal. Inspire yourself ... and travel to Portugal!
Travel to Portugal and discover a beauty and marvelous country. We have some suggestions that you will, certainly, love:
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Marta has a Master degree in Communication Sciences. As a combination of a geek girl and a digital fan, she coordinates the Digital Marketing Department. She has a deep passion for travelling, she is a proud Portuguese and she is very dedicated and enthusiastic. Always working to allow the best user and digital experience to visitors.@Marta Afonso Read more posts written by Marta Afonso