Faro, Portugal

Faro - the most famous city in the famous Portuguese Algarve region. There is an archaeological museum and the "Residence of the bishop" - the Renaissance Cathedral, which was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War, but was later restored. In neighboring Eshtoe can see Roman ruins, and nearby is the town of Albufeira, which grew out of an ancient fishing village, in the VIII century, has undergone the influence of Moorish culture. It is located among the cliffs and became famous for its 20 beaches and lively nightlife.

Places of interest in Faro