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My friend and I are travelling to Portugal for a Girls trip next September. Our time is limited- 6 days, 5 nights so we want to make the most of our visit. We fly in and out of Lisbon by the way. What are the musts that we can not miss. Will it be possible to visit cities nearby for day trips? I had hoped to visit Porto, could that be included? Also can anyone recommend a private guide? We have used them in other countries and always found using guides to be a wonderful way to enhance our vacations. I have read about hotel and apartment suggestions,but has anyone stayed at a B&B there seem to be a few in Lisbon? I would prefer someplace central, but not on a tourist street, whether it is a hotel, apartment or B&B.
I have always gotten excellent suggestions from my fellow Fodorites so looking forward to your replies.
Thank you

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