Picturesque city known for its palaces, castles, the “secret” Ursa Beach, and the westernmost point of Europe, Cabo da Roca.
38°47′57″N 9°23′18″W | Population: 377,835 (2011) | Lisboa Region
Portugal’s capital city characterized by its hilly terrain, pastel-colored buildings, and historic Alfama neighborhood.
38°43′31″N 9°09′00″W | Population: 505,526 (2017) | Lisboa Region
Portugal’s second-largest city famous for its Port wine and UNESCO World Heritage status.
41°9′43.71″N 8°37′19.03″W | Population: 214,349 (2016) | Norte Region