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7 days in Portugal-itinerary help

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This is my first trip to Portugal and I will have 7 full days. I'm flying from Spain into either Lisbon or Porto, but wanted to get advice before finalizing my flight and my hotels.

I definitely want to see Sintra and of course, Lisbon. Since I fly home from Lisbon I thought I may want to do that at the end of my trip.

Besides, Sintra and Lisbon, I'm interested in Porto/Duoro Valley, and possibly Evora and Obidas. I love quaint, small towns, wine and architecture.

Here are my questions:

--Would you recommend splitting my time between Lisbon and Porto or basing out of Lisbon and taking side trips from there instead of trying to do Porto too?

--Are there other must sees that I should include?

--Open to advice and refining of my loose plan.

Thanks!!

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