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    • Linse's Profile Photo

      Looking for good ideas

      Lisbon Jul 22, 2016 at 12:41 AM

      Hi
      We are celebrating my parents in laws 50 years wedding anniversary in Lisboa and want to surprice them with a special experience. Anyone have a good idea of what to do? They are not very active people but we still would like to take them somewhere either a different place to see or a restaurant which is special and is both a dinner and experience, this dosen´t mean that gourmet food, but maybe a special place or something.
      Any idea is welcome.
      Thanks :-)

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    • Buses time

      Madeira Island Jul 20, 2016 at 1:17 AM

      Buses time which are shown in google maps are true ?
      Everybody say that buses in Madeira go a few time a day but there are so many rides.

      Thanks

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    • can I take food in my suitcase.

      Portugal Jul 8, 2016 at 9:05 AM

      Is it ok to take food into Portugal. Will be self catering for a week on the Algarve. Many thanks Denise

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    • travelling from evora

      Vila Real de Santo António Jul 5, 2016 at 4:25 AM

      how do i get direct to Vila Real de Santo António or Tavira by bus or other transport?
      Thank you
      Robert

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      Quiet, historic and picturesque portugal

      Portugal 12 hours ago

      I am organising a holiday in a villa for around 12 adults of retirement age but who are all very active. I do not know Portugal at all, so advice on which would be the best locations for our group would be much appreciated. One of the group would like to be in reach of Lisbon, the rest of us would like a semi rural location with walks, a nearby village, and scenery the artists amongst us can paint. Sea views, historic sights, places to cycle and nearby restaurants are on the list of attractions we are looking for.

      Many thanks

      Autumn9

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    • can I take food in my suitcase.

      Portugal Jul 8, 2016 at 9:00 AM

      Is it ok to take food into Portugal. Will be self catering for a week on the Algarve. Many thanks Denise

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    • Safe to walk at night?

      Lisbon Yesterday

      My wife and I who are in our 50s will be visiting Lisbon in August for 5 days. We have booked a place which is about 4 minutes walk from Martim Moniz. The place is located between the neighborhood Baixa and Mouraria. We would like to know if this area is safe to walk at night? Also any security tips to make our stay nice will be greatly appreciated.

      Thank you.

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      rent a car

      Lisbon Jul 27, 2016 at 2:38 PM

      In view of the stories about the taxi drivers, I considered renting a car for a week
      1 Is it worth it just for our comfort, we 4 people
      2 This will save us heartache
      3 can travel out of town and will not be dependent on
      4 easy to get along driving in the city

      i will Happy to receive tips from your experience
      thx

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    • Supermarket Opening Times

      Ponta Delgada Jul 2, 2016 at 12:05 AM

      Hi, visiting in a couple of weeks and arriving Saturday evening. What time do the supermarkets close and are they opening Sunday?
      Many thanks

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      Arrival to Alges and Vegan restarunts

      Lisbon Jul 3, 2016 at 6:31 AM

      Hi, I know that there is a rechargeable public transportation card sold at the metro stations in Lisbon, that can be filled up with day-passes for 6 euros. Do those day passes work when travelling to Algés too?
      Also, are there good places for vegan food in Lisbon? I'd love some recommendations

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      Is it a must to buy a Lisboa card when visiting Lisbon

      Lisbon Jul 1, 2016 at 1:47 AM

      We've all heard of London's oystercard or Hong Kongs octopuscard?

      But is it really necessary for lisbon?

      Its says in Timeout that if you want to use the METRO then you must use a lisboncard. It says when you travel in from the airport you must use a lisboncard.

      Or can you just bu tickets? There is a touristcard? Is this easier? How much is it and can I procure it in the UK before I leave? Does anyone have any webaddresses for the lisboncard?

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    • Drinking water

      Albufeira Jul 25, 2016 at 3:18 PM

      I'm travelling to the Algarve for the first time, with young children. Can someone tell me whether the tap water is safe to drink please?

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      address of a public elevator

      Lisbon Jul 25, 2016 at 10:16 PM

      Hi

      Does anyone know what is the address of a public elevator, Or escalator that was planned at the beginning of the 20th century by a disciple of Gustave Eiffel between downtown district (Chiado) and Upper Quarter (Barrio Alto)
      not the Santa Justa Lift !

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    • Lisbon Day Trips

      Portugal Jul 15, 2016 at 2:24 PM

      I will be spending 4 and a half days in Lisbon in September. With limited time would you suggest a day trip to Evora, Obidos, Albaca/Batalha or Tomar? I will be traveling by train or bus.
      Christine

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      advice regarding best use of holiday time

      Portugal Jul 11, 2016 at 3:51 PM

      hi there, I am from Australia and in September 2016 I will have 12 days holiday in Portugal. I will be arriving in and departing from Lisbon airport. Can anyone please give me advice about where to go and what to do? I would like to go to Porto and then spend some time in smaller towns inland. I like history and culture and food. I am not really interested in beaches and nightlife. For this trip I would probably prefer not to spend my time in museums (that's for another trip) and I like to explore towns on foot. I prefer not to move hotels every day but have a minimum of 2 nights in each place. I will be traveling by train and any other public transport.

      Any advice greatly appreciated. I know this is not a long trip but I think with some planning and forethought I can have a wonderful time there. Many thanks

      bbowie

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    • Boat trip options from Regua to Porto?

      by joshooimeijer Online Now Apr 7, 2015 at 10:33 PM

      Dear Sir/Madam,
      As the organizer of a small family reunion trip (9 people; all around sixty years) I was thinking of planning a trip on Wednesday 22 April. Leaving Porto in the morning by train we would arrive late morning in Regua. We would like to travel back by boat - preferably a small /private boat - to Porto. Is this a good plan? What are the options and costs?
      Your help would be very much appreciated. Kindest regard, Joseph.

      3 Answers Apr 9, 2015 at 6:09 AM
    • Porto to Peso da Règua

      by ennah Online Now Apr 27, 2014 at 6:14 AM

      Is it possible to get from Porto to Peso da Règua by train or bus? not by boat. Thank you

      5 Answers Apr 27, 2014 at 7:32 AM
    • São Leonardo da Galafura - a viewing point

      by termo1 Online Now Apr 12, 2006 at 2:18 PM

      Hello!

      I'm going on holiday to Portugal in June this year.
      and I'd like to visit São Leonardo da Galafura viewing point.

      Please tell me how can I get there from Peso da Régua
      (by train , bus , taxi + hike)
      I think that the nerest railway station is Covelinhas.
      Is it a good option to start hihe from Covelinhas or do you
      suggest something else?
      How far is to São Leonardo da Galafura ?


      Pleae help

      Kind Regards
      Robert

      1 Answer Apr 15, 2006 at 1:57 PM