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3 week honeymoon in Portugal: Evora, or Madeira?

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My fiancé and I will spend just under three weeks in Portugal this August as our honeymoon. We had a pretty set itinerary until we just recently discovered Madeira. Based on what we have planned so far, I would love any advice as to whether or not you think we should skip Evora in favor of four nights in Madera? Here's our itinerary:

Days 1-3 - Lisbon
Days 4-6 - Sintra
Days 7-10 - Cascais
Days 11-14- Porto
Days 15-17- Evora
Days 18 & quote- Lisbon

If we did fly to Maderia, we would spend 4 nights instead of the 3 in Evora; so, we would either reduce our time in Cascais OR Porto by one day.

Lastly, if you do think Madeira is worth the trip, I'd love any advice or suggestions on where to stay- I'd love to not have to rent a car but it seems as if seeing and doing all the worthwhile activities on the island might require it.

Thank you!

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