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Lisbon to Evora to Sintra to Nazare to Coimbra to Porto by bus or train?

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I'm off to Portugal and Spain for five weeks in May/June and am starting to sketch out an itinerary. Any thoughts on this so far?
Lisbon, 4 nights; Evora, 2; Sintra, 1, Nazare, 3; Coimbra, 2; Porto 3.
1. I'm planning on travelling by train or bus. Is it doable? I see I have to return to Lisbon from Evora and switch stations to get to Sintra.
2. How does the division of nights sound? Is Evora worth 2 nights? Given the journey, it seems so.
3. Should I sacrifice a night in Nazare to spend 2 in Sintra?
Any and all feedback would be appreciated.

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