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Best time for Portugal and maybe France?

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So I'm a soon-to-be high school graduate, along with some of my friends and we were thinking about doing a missions trip type "getaway" to Portugal in the next few months. We initially were looking at mid-December before Christmas but figured prices would be way too much so now we are looking at March 4-11. Is this a pretty good time to go to Portugal weather and cost wise?

I've already been in contact with a church over there and they said they'd be interested. We'd probably be in Portugal for five days and we were also thinking about maybe going to France too.

We probably wouldn't be doing too much sightseeing in Portugal but would do say a few hours of work in the morning and then take the afternoon or evening to check out this or that on a couple of days. As for France, that would be separate from the missions trip and would be more "sightseeing" and would only be for a couple of days.

Any thoughts or recommendations? Is this doable? (Also, what are some of things that we should check out while there?)

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