Loures (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈlowɾɨʃ]) is a city and a municipality in the central Portuguese Grande Lisboa Subregion. It is situated to the north of Lisbon. It was created on 26 July 1886 by a royal decree. The population in 2011 was 199,494, in an area of 167.24 km². It borders the municipalities of Odivelas, Sintra, Mafra, Arruda dos Vinhos, Vila Franca de Xira and Lisbon. The city itself had a population of 15,967 in 2001.
Restaurants in Loures
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Farmhouse XVII sec. Farm holidays during the invasions of Junot francesas.Produtora wine since 1952.A fifth of the demarcated region lisbon closer to the city center. Currently receives groups of people to visit the historical heritage, the vineyard and wine tasting. It also supports tagging lunches or dinners marked in advance.
1954 was the year that this wine producer started to make wine. A small Quinta near Lisbon, in a historical place, with may history in his walls. An old house of the royal portugueses house, with a singular chapel and a remarkable Seasons Fountain. The vineyards shows a great image of the Quinta. A place to visit, to know the producer and taste the wines. Wine Tourism 15 minutes from lLisbon.
5 based on 15 reviews
Excellent activity to make with a group of friends . Parque Aventura Sniper has an excellent location . Play in group activity.Thank you very much, Mr Lopes :)
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We, a family of 8 members, arrived at Portugal hoping we could find means to reach Fatima. The hotel recommended "Leguas" tours. It was the best. Our guide, Vera, the owner, was very knowledgeable and accommodating. On the way to Fatima, Vera gave a good account of the places we passed by as well as its historical facts. She even explained a brief background of the apparition at Fatima. She left us for our spiritual activities, and came back just as we have finished our visit. Afterwards, she brought us to a cafeteria for good food. And for some retail therapy, she brought us to shop for souvenir items. "Leguas Sem Barreiras" is highly recommended. You will enjoy your tour, guaranteed! Thank you very much Vera. More power to your company.
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I was expecting something more. The mall has two floors on the basement floor there's a big Contingente and a big Worten, surrounded by some small shops. The upper floor is a bit better concerning the store and you find the food area there. Overall it's an average mall, I've seen better ones in Portugal and especially in the vicinity of Lisbon.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Já que estamos de visita ao Parque da Cidade de Loures, iremos com certeza nos deparar com este edifício. Era a entrada do pavilhão de Macau na Expo 98 que foi recolocado aqui.
É claro uma cópia, mas podemos sempre "perder" um tempo para admirar a sua arquitectura.
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Não é apenas um museu, é um retiro no meio da confusão da cidade.
Espaço excelente com jardins, árvores (também de fruta), 3 miradouros, horta pedagógica, café com esplanada. Museu num antigo convento com capela, dedicado principalmente aos acontecimentos/ população de Loures durante a 1ª grande guerra. Funcionários muito simpáticos
Custo de apenas 1,50€ (grátis aos domingos)
Vale mesmo a pena a visita sempre que possível!
4 based on 3 reviews
os Restaurantes dentro da vila tornam-se caros. Este restaurante está mesmo à entrada da vila, é preciso ir de carro e o estacionamento é mau. Mas vale a pena! a comida é muito boa, e fica muito mais barato almoçar neste local. Um dose dá para 2 pessoas facilmente. Tem algumas sobremesas caseiras muito boas! Experimentem o bacalhau ou a carne de vaca!
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The historic DOC or viticultural area of Bucelas has produced wines of note since the time of Lord Wellington, and in particular, the Arinto grape variety is said to have been born here. The modest but well-done museum in Bucelas gives a thorough overview of the region, the grapes, the local winemaking process, and the people. Great examples of the lagares and wine presses used to create local wines are on display. The only concern for non-Portuguese speakers is that most of the displays are in Portuguese. Fortunately, even if it isn't your language, the €1,50 entry fee is well worth it to see the historic objects, maps, and records.
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