Pousadas of Portugal - Pousadas de Lisboa
|The Lisbon (Lisboa)
region is the wealthiest region in Portugal and it is well above the European
Union's GDP per capita average - it produces 45% of the Portuguese GDP.
Lisbon's economy is based primarily on the tertiary sector. Most of the
headquarters of multinationals operating in Portugal are concentrated in
the Grande Lisboa subregion, specially in the Oeiras municipality. Lisbon
Metropolitan Area is heavily industrialized, especially the south bank
of the Tagus river (Rio Tejo). The country's chief seaport and featuring
one of the largest and most sophisticated regional markets within the Iberian
Peninsula, Lisbon and its heavily populated surroundings, are also developing
as an important financial center and a dynamic technological hub.
Lisbon has the largest and most developed mass media sector of Portugal,
and is home to several related companies ranging from leading television
networks and radio stations to major newspapers.
de Óbidos Castelo, Óbidos Historic Pousada
This magnificent Hotel Pousada
is situated in a Castle in the old walls of Obidos. Within the centuries-old
beautiful castle walls that encircle the village of Óbidos, Pousada
was the first one to be adapted and restored from a historical monument.
Óbidos is a first rate tourist attraction, known for its typical
white houses with blue trim, flowered windows, narrow streets and steps
paved with beautiful stone.
de Ourém/Fátima, Conde de Ourém
The magnificent walled town
of Ourém, a few kilometres from Fátima, one of the Europe's
main pilgrimage destinations. Within the magnificent walled town of Ourém,
a few kilometres from Fátima, one of the Europe's main pilgrimage
destinations, the Pousada was built from a cluster of medieval houses,
renovated with all modern amenities. Wander through them and relive the
days of old. From the belvedere, enjoy the breathtaking view of the Seiça
River Valley, and catch a glimpse of the world-famous Sanctuary of Fátima.
de Palmela - Castelo de Palmela Historic Pousada
The Pousada de Palmela -
Castelo de Palmela, nestles within the village castle, with the convent
cloisters incorporated. Located on top of an imposing hill, it affords
one of the most impressive panoramic views in the area. Palmela boasts
excellent wines and superb cuisine, and it is also the perfect starting
place to discover the Costa Azul and the magnificent Arrábida Natural
de Queluz/Lisboa - Dona Maria I, Queluz Historic Pousada
The Pousade de Queluz /
Lisboa - D. Maria I is located in the building formerly used by the Royal
Guard of the Court in the Palace of Queluz, known as the "Portuguese Versailles".
This Pousada's attractive interior design and exacting recuperation of
its little private "theatre", can only match the exquisite cuisine of the
Cozinha Velha Restaurant.
de Setúbal - São Filipe, Setúbal
Formerly a 17th Century
Fortress built by King Filipe, the Hotel Pousada de Setubal is on a hilltop
overlooking the city. The Pousada de Setúbal - São
Filipe, a fortress built in the 17th century by King Philip II of Spain
(Philip I of Portugal), has a breathtaking view over the River Sado estuary.
Setúbal, one of Portugal's main ports, also offers beautiful walks
within the historic centre and surroundings, such as Sado river beaches
or the Arrábida montain range.
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