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Portugal With Kids

I'm of Portuguese heritage, and always wanted to visit this beautiful country. From the East Coast, it's a relatively easy direct flight right into Lisbon. While Portugal did fly under the radar as a family travel destination for years, it's now becoming more popular. This beautiful, cosmopolitan country is filled with fabulous hotels, delicious food, nice views, and so much more.

If you are planning a trip to Portugal with kids, you'll want to check out these posts below. They include hotel reviews, city reviews, and attraction reviews.

Note that we've experienced some of the destinations/attractions below at no cost for purposes for review in the past.

Guide to Experiencing the Algarve Caves in Portugal

While Portugal isn’t particularly large, this beautiful country boasts many different regions with varying landscapes and scenes. Travel about three hours south of the capital city of Lisbon, and you’ll reach the Algarve – the beach community in southern Portugal. It’s especially popular with Europeans in the summer and is a gorgeous, relaxing place to …

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Martinhal Sagres Beach Family Resort Hotel in Sagres Portugal

Disclosure: This post is part of a hosted stay that was provided at no cost to me. All opinions are my own. Once believed to be the “end of the world”,  Sagres, Portugal is a quaint village located in the Algarve region of Portugal. Approximately a three-hour drive from Lisbon, Sagres is home to a …

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Family Resort in Cascais, Portugal – the Martinhal Cascais

Disclosure: This post is part of a hosted stay. All opinions are my own. Portugal is a vibrant, beautiful coastal country with many different regions to visit. On my recent press visit to Portugal, I had the opportunity to check out several different areas of the country, including the beautiful Lisbon suburb of Cascais. This …

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