Oficially established in 1851, the Faro Jewish Cemetery is the only remaining vestige of the first post-Inquisition Jewish presence in Portugal. It served as a burial
Spring or autumn this is paradise. For the last eight years we have taken an autumn break here. The resort sits some twenty minutes from Faro airport, inside the Ria
The most striking site we saw in Faro had to be the beautiful tiled pedestrian streets on Rua Dr. Francisco Gomes and Rua de Santo Antonio.
There was lots of shops to
3 of 5 stars
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