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Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

Kent, England
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Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

We have 5 days off soon (Sept 26th - Sept 30th). We would like to take a short break to Portugal, but we have never been and have no idea which area would be best. We don't want to hire a car for such a short time and we are really just after somewhere to relax and take walks with the baby. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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1. Re: Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

Sorry, that should have said 3 month old baby.

Lisbon, Portugal
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2. Re: Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

And you will be flying to Faro, Porto or Lisboa?

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3. Re: Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

Any I guess.

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4. Re: Newbies to Portugal with Just 4 Nights and a 3 Month Old Bab

If you fly to Lisboa, Cascais it's a good option if you want to stay by the sea. It has great seaside promenades and it's very close to Lisboa. m.youtube.com/watch…

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