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June is the month when Lisbon explodes into life with dancing in the streets and sardines sizzling on every corner. It is the month of the Santos Populares (Popular Saints), the most notable tribute of which is extended to the Lisbon-born preacher and saviour of lost souls, Santo António or Saint Anthony, whose life is celebrated each year on the evening and throughout the entire night of the 12th of June starting with a lively carnival-style parade down Lisbon's main thoroughfare, the Avenida da Liberdade.
Once visited, never forgotten. It’s little wonder that the enchanting island of Madeira attracts more repeat visitors than any other part of the country. Blessed with a spectacular volcanic landscape and subtropical climate, it was discovered by Portuguese navigators in the 15th century.
Rich from centuries of trade, the ancient city of Porto is as much a cosmopolitan centre as it is a place steeped in the historical events of the past. The city is best-known for its striking bridges and the much-celebrated Port wine.