Rising up from a thickly wooded peak and often enshrouded in swirling mist, Palácio Nacional da Pena (Portugal) is a wacky confection of onion domes, Moorish keyhole gates, writhing stone snakes and crenellated towers in pinks and lemons.
Pena Castle in Sintra, Portugal. Just like a disneyland castle.This is actually Pena National Palace in Sintra that served as a summer retreat for Portegese monarchs in and century. In 1995 the palace became a World Heritage site.
Alfama, a nice and romantic flat for two in the heart of Alfama with a splendid view over the river. Alfama, an historic district of Lisbon, with many fado houses, local restaurants and picturesque houses.