New Travel Website Has Been Launched

Cascais, Portugal (PressExposure) April 27, 2009 -- Visitors to Portugal have a new website where they can both obtain relevant information about the country and book their trip online.

The great asset of booking through Portugaltrails is that all customers receive a “Travel Kit”, which includes a Portugal Travel Guide, a road map, accommodation vouchers as well as a roadbook which explains in detail the route and location of your hotel.

Portugaltrails’ Travel Guide is an entirely free 200 page Portugal Travel Guide in English. It was written by Portuguese authors and is not on sale. This Guide has up-to-date and valuable information on: things to see and do, where to eat, activities, festivals and events, shopping and opening/closing times of tourist offices, among others.

The site itself is a source of information on sights, activities, restaurants, walking and driving tours. It has maps, photos, itineraries and suggestions for exploring on your own. Also, it provides visitors with practical information along with material on the history and culture of the country.

Complementary to this, the site suggests all-inclusive package tours (either self-guided or guided), which you can easily book online. Portugaltrails’ main concern is to help visitors get to know the country in a practical, easy way.

About Portugaltrails – Portugaltrails is operated by Eduardo Cláudio, a Business Manager of Telecom and Internet Services, Gabriela Gomes, a former English teacher who became interested in creating original tours to all those who visit Portugal, and Vanessa Pinto, a former tour guide in love with her own country (as she likes to define herself!).

For further information contact: Gabriela Gomes, Managing Partner + 351 214 851 476

About Portugaltrails

Portugaltrails - Viagens e Turismo Lda
Address: Rua das Lapas, Centro Comercial da Charneca - Loja 8, Charneca 2750-772 Cascais
License nr. 1569/2009 (Portuguese Tourism Board)

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