Autumn starts on September 21st and ends on December 20th in Portugal. There are several advantages for those who choose this time to travel, highlighting a reduction of the prices of passages pela baixa procure. Outra reason to know Portugal in this time is as changes in the paisagens. As temperatures become colder, as leaves of trees fall, it is possible to feel the aroma of castanhas assailed pelas cidades, making this station more comfortable and special for traveling.

Visit some of the two most charming places in Portugal during or out of the country.

Serra de Sintra


Sintra, also known as Monte da Lua, was classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for gathering landscaped people with an extraordinary cultural and historical wealth. Serra de Sintra has a huge variety of plants and trees from different locations around the world, a true botanical garden.

A Go2Lisbon will take you to a historical journey or visit and be enchanted as Pena Palace, in this Autumn, which belongs to D. Fernando de Saxe-Coburgo Gotha and his wife D. Maria II. O local shelters an old convent that was restored by D. Fernando II with a romantic style of the XIX century and Manueline and Moorish influences.

Serra da Arrábida


The Arrábida region is known for its wineries and for a unique beauty of the Arrábida Natural Park, which includes views of shooting or fôlego.

For your visit to Arrábida, it is not an excellent way to take advantage of what this region offers and walking through the praias or mountains, you will be enchanted by the fantastic landscapes of this natural paradise.

To Go2Lisbon or you will take to almoçar a village of fishermen of Sesimbra for a sequence to enjoy wine tastings (Moscatel e Vinho Tinto) on a guided tour of a traditional adega.

Vale do Douro

From the North region where Portugal is born and the Douro Valley was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Porto is the main city of this region and is the oldest in the country, being the starting point of a journey to Portuguese history and culture.

O Norte stands out for its many characteristics and was reconfirmed as the first wine region in 1756, revealing a natural and cultural diversity present in this region. A GO2Lisbon will take you to discover Porto and taste traditional wine, experiment or cultural heritage with churches, monuments and contemporary buildings that relate to the historical wealth of this region.

Or it might not be a fantastic and inexpensive season for you to take advantage of these other regions of Portugal.

See how Go2Lisbon can turn its inescapable journey to Portugam in Autumn.