The often overlooked nation is the oldest in Europe, having had the same boundaries since 1139. One travel tip is to never visit the country in July or August. These two months are the hottest and busiest months of the year. If you plan to visit during the off-season, you’ll find the prices more agreeable and the beaches a little less crowded. Unfortunately, however incredibly fun-packed Portugal is, it’s also possible to get into some trouble if you’re not careful, so here are 5 Things NOT To Do in Portugal.
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