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Portugal is for explorers. Its valiant seamen first charted the Azores, discovered Japan and unlocked the major sea routes the world over. As your ship sails into the harbor of Lisbon, share the anticipation these sailors experienced as they ventured into new and exciting lands for the first time.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Don't miss the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, or Jeronimo's Monastery. Commissioned in 1501 after Vasco da Gama's return from his voyage, this remarkable monastery is a beautiful and unique example of Manueline architecture.
While you're in Portugal, be sure to try the fantastic Portuguese breads. They make a delicious accompaniment for seafood stews and soups.
As part of the European Union, Portugal's official currency is the Euro (EUR). Credit cards and traveler's checks are also widely accepted. Every purchase is subject to a value-added tax.
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