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Reasons to explore Portugal in the winter

Portugal is quickly becoming Europe’s next up and coming destination. It is one of the trendiest places in Europe, and there are plenty of things to do. You could go for a beach vacation in the Algarve, or a city break in Lisbon.

You should head to Portugal for your winter holiday this next year. Just make sure to check the UK’s travel list before setting off on your adventure. After all, you never know what the pandemic is about to do.

Here are a few reasons why Portugal is ideal for a winter break.

There are fewer crowds

Europe’s beaches are overflowing with tourists in the summer season. Embark on a tour of Europe in the winter season to avoid the busy period.

Lisbon’s beaches are often very crowded in the warmer months, making it difficult to unwind and relax. You can fly to Portugal in the winter months for a much more peaceful holiday. Instead of sunbathing in the summer heat, you can wander around Lisbon and indulge in Portuguese culture. It’s often too hot in the summer to go sightseeing all day.

Cheaper accommodation and travel

Accommodation and travel prices spike in the summer period. Some hotels put their prices up by hundreds of pounds in the summer. In the winter, you can access some of the most luxurious resorts in Portugal for a fraction of the price. You can breathe the sea air from your bed and enjoy the stunning sunset views. Flight prices are also much more affordable in the winter. Make the most out of the colder season and book your holiday in Lisbon soon.

Winter sunshine

Portugal can be a little unpredictable in the winter season. You might have bright sun and mild temperatures between ten and fifteen degrees Celsius. Or, you could have wet and grey weather throughout your holiday with freezing temperatures at night. It’s a lucky dip – but either way, you can enjoy everything the city has to offer.

Where should you visit in Portugal?

Lisbon is a vibrant city with plenty of history, culture and buzzing nightlife. You can spend your days roaming around the city and learning about its rich history. Finish the day with a traditional Portuguese dinner before dancing the night away.

Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal and is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Old Town is based on the Douro River with six breath taking bridges. It’s best to visit Porto in the offseason before the summer crowds arrive.

Finally, Lagos is much more relaxed than other spots in Portugal. It’s a safe and relaxed location with stunning beaches. Lagos is the perfect beach destination – especially if you enjoy ocean kayaking.

Book your winter holiday in Portugal and enjoy everything it has to offer.

 

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