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What is carnival like in Portugal?

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My husband and are planning a babymoon. We want to go on an adventure before starting a family. We are ~30, active, love architecture, culture, wine, hiking, and new experiences. How is Carnival in Portugal? It sounds amazing! However, I am worried it will be too much fun. We love a good party, but Mardi Gras, for example, is something I would not be interested in. This is a pre-baby trip, so I am up for adventure. I am not up for vomiting in the streets, being molested, and other such over the top, giant party experiences.

Also, in what city should we enjoy it, Lisboa or maybe a smaller coastal town?

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