Lisbon - The Capital City of Portugal On The River Tagus
Porto - Portugal's Second Largest City on the Banks Of The Douro River.
Coimbra - A riverfront city in central Portugal, and the country’s former capital, is home to a preserved medieval old town and the historic University of Coimbra. Built on the grounds of a former palace, the university is famed for its baroque library, the Biblioteca Joanina, and its 18th-century bell tower. In the city’s old town lies the 12th-century Romanesque cathedral Sé Velha.
Regua - Home to the Mateus Palace and Quinta de Seixo, one of Portugal's largest Port Wine Vineyards
Pinhao - Famous for being in the center of Portugal's Port wine making region as well as it's train station decorated with Azulejo, the Portuguese painted, tin-glazed, ceramic tile work.
Barca D'Alva - A quiet Portuguese river port near the Spanish border. This tranquil town is shadowed by mountains and surrounded by miles of gorgeous countryside filled with vineyards and orchards. It is also the gateway to the Quinta do Seixo, a historic port wine–making facility typical of the Douro region. We also visited Castelo Rodrigo. The town and it's church date back to roughly 1190.
Salamanca Spain - With a history dating back to the Celtic era, Salamanca is known for its ornate sandstone architecture and for the Universidad de Salamanca. Founded in the 1100s and a key intellectual center in the 15th-16th centuries.