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A vibrant city with a rich history and a huge passion for football. Visit the ancient Castle of Belem and the monasteries surrounding it, or take a trip up the cities 19th century elevator to take to the rooftops of the city.
Restaurants and bars are plentiful and you'll always find a good group of passionate football fans to join in the fun with. But a trip to Lisbon would be wasted without a trip to watch a game and take in the love the Portuguese have for the beautiful game.
Visit either The Estádio da Luz to watch Benfica, or The Estádio José Alvalade to see Sporting Club, and see where some of Portugal's finest footballing stars such as Figo, Christiano Ronaldo and Eusébio learnt their trade.
One of Europe's most underrated cities, Porto has a rich history representing Portuguese culture extremely well. A picturesque city on the side of the River Douro, Porto has been famous for its wine and port, which is where the city gets its name from.
More recently Porto has become a famous outpost for football. The Mourinho era brought in European success for local club FC Porto, who have prospered ever since. The Estádio do Dragão is a stadium, hot on the list of any European football fan.
This beautiful city is a must travel destination for anyone and is highly recommended, especially for all you wine and port lovers out there.
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