Hotel Lusitania Parque

Urbanizacao Quinta das Covas , Guarda, Northern Portugal, 6300-389, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guarda

Justine travel.

A travel blog entry by justine_dias

I left to Portugal as every year, to see my cousins and there also because I am Portuguese origin.
I adore this country, they are very welcoming, we eat atypical dishes there, it is excellent.
it's very It
is really trés beautiful, there is many sun there low, him(it) make
very lime, I have in quite 2 am 30 of flight(theft), because I leave by
plane, there vpoiture there is one can near 48 hours of road!
It is really ...

Stoned in Portugal

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... What he did was build castles. The streets of these towns and villages are stone cobbles, nearly vertical and no wider than a small car. I suggested that we park in the town square and walk up to the citadel, which we did. Of course, on getting to the castle we find another plaza with cars parked outside the entrance. How do they do it? Levitation? The mothership?

The Spanish and the Portuguese are very different even though they ...


A travel blog entry by antonian81


... tiny with little houses built at every angle clinging to this high rock. There are steps from many directions which lead to the top and once there the view across the hills is magnificent. The campsite is something else! We were the only occupants last night although a girl on a bike arrived about an hour ago. We have our own tiled pitch, complete with picnic table, ...

New country, New timezone, New language!

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35


... we stayed for around 1 and a half hours. Conor and Dad went fishing soon after, but had no luck. I read on the outdoor terrace, 30 metres from the fisherman, before we all had dinner at the Cortelha de Burra, where I ate lamb chop with salad. This was very nice, and combined with the Portuguese cake for dessert, it was fair to say that we were all happy. Tomorrow we are off to Porto, the second biggest city in Portugal. I hope to see you again then, bye for ...

The Fortified Village and Castelo Rodrigo

A travel blog entry by myjob

This is a top pick!

Castelo Rodrigo is one of 12 historic villages in Portugal, and its medieval streets are breathtaking. The fortified medieval village is perched up on a isolated hill, giving a 360 degree view over spain and portugal. We spend our time wandering the narrow streets, former palace, Rocamadour Church, Jewish Quarters, synagogue, cistern and mikvah. In its prime, Rodrigo was a place of peace for harmony for Christians, Muslims and Jewish religions.


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