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Statistics About The Most Beautiful Places In Portugal

Statistics show that the most beautiful places in Portugal, based on visitor ratings and recommendations, include the Algarve region, the historic city of Lisbon, the Douro Valley for its vineyards, and the picturesque town of Sintra.

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"Guimarães, the birthplace of Portugal and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is visited by around 1.2 million tourists annually."

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"Coimbra, home to one of the oldest universities in Europe, sees over 1 million tourists each year."

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"The island of Madeira is visited by over 1.4 million tourists each year, drawn by its natural beauty and unique flora and fauna."

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"Porto, famous for its Port wine, attracts about 2 million tourists annually."

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"The UNESCO-listed Sintra, known for its 19th-century Romantic architecture, attracts over 3 million visitors annually."

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"Lisbon, the capital, is visited by over 4.5 million tourists each year."

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"The Vicentine Coast Natural Park in southwestern Portugal attracts nature enthusiasts and surfers from around the world."

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"The Douro Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its wine and scenic landscapes."

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"The coastal town of Nazaré is famous for its giant waves, attracting surfers and tourists alike."

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"Cascais, a popular seaside resort, is visited by around 1 million tourists annually."

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"Portugal receives over 22 million tourists annually."

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"Tomar, home to the Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is visited by around 300,000 tourists annually."

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"The pilgrimage site of Fátima receives over 6 million visitors annually."

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"Algarve, known for its stunning beaches, receives about 4 million tourists each year."

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"Braga, known for its Baroque churches and heritage sites, attracts approximately 1.2 million visitors annually."

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"The scenic Parque Nacional da Peneda-Gerês receives about 200,000 visitors annually."

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"The Azores archipelago, known for its volcanoes, marine life, and beautiful landscapes, receives around 250,000 tourists annually."

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"The historic city of Évora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracts over 500,000 tourists annually."

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"The Museu Nacional do Azulejo in Lisbon attracts over 300,000 visitors annually, showcasing the art of Portuguese tiles."

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"Óbidos, a charming medieval town, draws about 800,000 visitors annually."

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