Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. According to the European Union is the richest city of Portugal. It is a metropolitan area surrounding and occupying approximately 2.750km square, about 3 million inhabitants Lisbon Flag of Lisbon Coat of Lisbon
their neighborhoods typical attracts visitors for its rich features historical . Baixa Pombalina, Chiado and Bairro Alto. Are areas that attract thousands of tourists and visitors annually. Baixa Pombalina Belém
The county is subdivided into 53 parishes and is under study the formation of a new parish. Is bordered to the north with the municipalities and Odivelas and Loures, Oeiras with the west, northwest and southeast with Amadora with the Tejo estuary. In this estuary, linking Lisbon to the southern counties of: Almada, Seixal, Barreiro, Moita, Montijo and Alcochete. Odivelas and Loures Oeiras
Porto is a Portuguese city of 41.66 square kilometers of area where about 240,000 people live . The city of Porto is known as the Capital City of the North or the Invicta. It is the city that gave the name to Portugal - from very early (c. 200 BC) that are designated for Portus, coming later to become the capital of County Portucalense or Portucale (United which gave the name of Portugal). It is a city known worldwide for its wine, its historic center, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO and its famous football club (Futebol Clube do Porto).
its most significant historical monuments are: Pavilhão Rosa Mota in the gardens of the Palais de cristal Station of S. Bento. Rabelo boats on the River Douro
Avenida of Aliados The Clérigos Tower, symbol of the city of the eighteenth century Catedral of City
Coimbra is a Portuguese city, the main city in central region of Portugal, located in the sub-region of Baixo Mondego, with about 157,000 inhabitants in the villages of their municipality. Historic city of students, currently has nearly 30 thousand students, most of them out, adding it is still about 45 to 48 thousand entries from people who live in peripheral municipalities, resulting in a fluctuating population of approximately 220,000 people. Bathed by the river Mondego, Coimbra is home to a city with 319.4 square kilometers of area, subdivided into 31 parishes, 13 of which are urban or mostly urban. The council is limited to the northern city of Mealhada the east by Penacova, Vila Nova de Poiares and Miranda do Corvo, south of Condeixa-a-Nova, to the west by Montemor-o-Velho and northwest by Cantanhede. It is considered one of the most important Portuguese cities because the infrastructure, organizations and companies that owns and serving the entire population, that its historical importance and privileged geographical position in the central region, it has focus. The Hospital of the University of Coimbra, Hospital of the University of Coimbra and Covo are three great examples. The municipal holiday is the 4th of July in memory of Queen Santa Isabel, patron saint of the city. Was National Capital of Culture in 2003 and is one of the oldest cities of Portugal, the main ex-libris the University, one of the oldest in Europe. Coimbra