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The longest avenue in Portugal is Avenida da Boavista, in Porto. It is 6 km long.

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In Portugal, we can see dolphins in the Tagus and Sado estuaries. They come from the Atlantic Coast and boat trips are organized for that purpose.

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The city of Lisbon was founded by Phoenician navigators over 3 thousand years ago. Its first name was “Alis-Ubbo” (for being a good port). It later became “Olisippo”, in the Roman Empire.

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There is a strong coffee tradition in Portugal and there are several names for the different types of coffee: bica, pingado, garoto, galão, corte, carioca, italiano, fulling, curto…

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Portugal has 2 archipelagos of volcanic origin in the Atlantic Ocean: the Archipelago of the Azores, with 9 islands, and the Archipelago of Madeira, with 2 islands.

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Portugal receives more tourists (over 20 million) than its own population (10.6 million). It is the 20th travel choice in the world.

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Lisbon is the worldwide capital of macrobiotic restaurants, and has several Michelin Guide awarded restaurants.

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The city of Porto gave its name to Port Wine. This wine which was carried by the typical “Rabelo” boats down River Douro, was exported to the rest of the world.

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Portugal has a temperate climate, with 3,000 hours of sun per year, and 850 km of Atlantic coast.

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The alliance between England and Portugal is the oldest diplomatic alliance in the world still in force and was signed in 1373, in the Middle Ages.

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In Portugal we can visit a wide natural and historical heritage, which includes dinosaur footprints, rock paintings, and constructions from the Roman Empire and from the Discoveries.

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Portugal has been considered the 7th safest country in the world, and Lisbon the European capital with fewer murders.

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Portugal is the major cork exporter worldwide. Cork is used to produce bottle corks, coatings, fashion accessories, mobile phone cases and it is even used in the space industry.

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Lisbon has been awarded several tourism prizes, such as Europe’s Leading City Break Destination, by World Travel Awards (WTA).

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At Rossio Square, in downtown Lisbon, next to no.115 of the D. Pedro IV Square, there is a public mirror that reads: “fix your tie knot”.

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The traditional Rabelo boats, which carried Port Wine barrels down the River Douro, in the North of Portugal, are currently used for tourism cruises.

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Portugal is one of the oldest European countries bearing the same name and borders. It was founded in 1143 and its borders were fixed in the 13th Century.

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