Teresa Alexandra Gonçalves Nunes

Teresa Alexandra Gonçalves Nunes

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    Whats the best place to buy train tickets for travelling around Italy?

    Check out http://www.trenitalia.com for price estimates and schedules. Simon is right, you don't need a Eurail pass, if you are doing small day trips Italian trains are generally cheaper than the Eurail pass would be. Rome->Naples 2 hours - 22€ Salerno->Florence 75€ Florence -> Venice: 3 hours - 24€ 2 hours - 43€ over 6 years ago

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    What sights can you recommend to see in one weekend?

    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia! It is really close to Atocha Station. http://www.museoreinasofia.es/index.html It was my favourite... ;) almost 8 years ago

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    My husband wants to see a soccer/futbol game. Where can we find info? We will be in the Algarve and a few days in Lisbon from 17-30 Sept

    Hi! Between 17-30 September there are 3 games in Lisbon: 20 Sep - Sporting/Olhanense Go to http://www.sporting.pt/English/english_home.asp 27 Sep - Benfica/Leixões http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=est%C3%A1dio+da+luz&sll=38.753849,-9.189162&sspn=0.018708,0.030556&ie=UTF8&ll=38.75502,-9.185858&spn=0.037416,0.061111&z=14&iwloc=A and Belenenses/Nacional http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=est%C3%A1dio+do+restelo&sll=38.75502,-9.185858&sspn=0.037416,0.061111&ie=UTF8&ll=38.709022,-9.207745&spn=0.03744,0.061111&z=14&iwloc=A Check this websites: http://www.lpfp.pt/Liga_sagres/Pages/Jornada.aspx http://pfutebol.com/liga_sagres.htm Hope this helps, Enjoy! about 8 years ago

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    What are some must-do's in Morocco and the best places to stay?

    Olá mana boa! By car, you take 1/2 days to arrive. The ferry takes a big part of the day or night, then you get to Tanger but you have to drive a lot more if you want to go to Casablanca or Marrakech. It is beautiful because you can see a bit of Portugal, Spain and Morocco because you're driving but at the same time it is really exhausting, hot in the summer, and really busy between Spain and Morocco, with the possibility of seeing your bag being opened by the officers to check for illegal "goods". To drive is a bit more of an adventure... but if you have one week, imagine, you have 3/4 days "less" to visit places in the country. The best option, according to my friend that was born there, is to fly from Lisboa (for example) to Casablanca and from there, depending on what you want to see you can either catch a flight to Marrakech or rent a car and travel around. I think that from Casablanca you can drive to Rabat, then Meknès, Fès, Marrakech and drive towards Agadir and then drive along the coast till Casablanca again. Casablanca and Rabat have really beautiful beaches, and Marrakech is a lot more of a cultural experience with the markets, and the typical architecture... August is not the greatest month to go there, because it is really busy and hot, and there's a lot of dust in the air... June is better, it is almost summer, but the landscape is a lot more green, the heat is ok, and the city is a lot less busy. ;) over 8 years ago

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    what to see and do

    http://travellr.com/questions/portugal/97/i-am-heading-to-portugal-in-april---where-are-the-best-places-to-visit over 8 years ago

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    What is a good day trip from Lisbon?

    Day trips from Lisbon I would say: -Heading North (max 2 hours) Cascais, Guincho, Sintra, Mafra, Ericeira, Óbidos... -Heading South (max 2 hours) The coast (last beaches in Costa da Caparica, Praia(beach) do Meco, Portinho da Arrábida, Tróia, Comporta, Santo André, Sines... over 8 years ago

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    What's the best way to explore Florence?

    And Siena... it is a wonderful town, if you can, spend one day just exploring it... beautiful architecture, colours and not so crowded. over 8 years ago

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    What's the best way to explore Florence?

    Take a 20 min. walk to San Miniato, a 'basilica' standing on one of the highest points, from there you will have a great view of the city, away from the crowd. Piazzale Michelangelo is a bit more of a touristy destination, but you will get a wonderful panoramic view of the city. over 8 years ago