#Portugal 2014: Oporto-Aveiro-Guimarães-Coimbra |  Via Donde finaliza el Norte Blog |  n esta escapada de semana santa 2014, mi idea era ir a Oporto y estar de dos a tres días … pero, ya que voy, le sugerí a mis compañeras de viaje ir otros lugares por la zona norte de Portugal

#Portugal 2014: Oporto-Aveiro-Guimarães-Coimbra | Via Donde finaliza el Norte Blog | n esta escapada de semana santa 2014, mi idea era ir a Oporto y estar de dos a tres días … pero, ya que voy, le sugerí a mis compañeras de viaje ir otros lugares por la zona norte de Portugal

Most people who travel to Portugal fly into either Lisbon or Porto and gravitate to the coastline, ignoring much of the interior. But I’m here to show you a bit of what you’d be missing out if you don’t go inland. Portugal is a narrow country, and you could drive due east from almost any point on the west coast to the border of Spain in a couple of hours, which means the beauty of the interior is just a short drive away. (Due north or due south is another story!)

Postcards From Parque Natural de Montesinho

above Montesinho, Portugal Postcards From Parque Natural de Montesinho Posted on April 2015 by Gail at Large, Portugal

A flock of sheep pass through a gate at a chestnut farm outside Braganca, northern Portugal. The sheep are brought to graze in the farm to keep the grass short, and to fertilize the ground and eat the chestnuts discarded by the workers picking them. | via The Windsor Star

A flock of sheep pass through a gate at a chestnut farm outside Braganca, northern Portugal. The sheep are brought to graze in the farm to keep the grass short, and to fertilize the ground and eat the chestnuts discarded by the workers picking them.

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