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8-10 days in Portugal

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My husband and I are looking to visit Portugal in Sept '15. We want to see as much of the country as possible in this short time. Is it better to rent a car or use the train/bus system? We thought we would land in Lisbon, spend 1 night, (we don't usually suffer much from jet lag) then 2 nights in each of Porto, Evora, Faro and back to Lisbon for the last night. We enjoy light hiking, driving thru the country side, architecture, smaller communities. Does this all sound doable? Does anyone have any better suggestions on destinations to say at? I have read that Sintra and the National Park there is a must see. Should we substitute and stay there? Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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