From Faro to Lagos
Lagos is a seacoast city and it's the southern-most point of Portugal. We didn't plan to go to Lagos until the day we did some research for Faro. These two cities are both in the southern part of Portugal and they are both best known for water activities. We knew we would definitely go there when we saw the images of Lagos. It's just so amazing!
It's quite easy to catch a train from Faro to Lagos and it only takes 1.5 hours by train. There were only about 7 trains per day so if you have missed the previous ones, you might need to wait for another 1.5 hours until the next one has come. We took the train around 10am and was arriving there around 12nn. So it was a good idea to have a big lunch before we started all the walking!
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Having Tasty but Expensive Seafood in Lagos
This restaurant Restaurante Adega Da Marina was quite busy and full but we managed to go there a bit earlier to avoid the crowds. We ordered a tiger prawn which was super huge. It was extremely delicious and we just loved it! We'd have given all 5 stars if it wasn't that expensive though.
Restaurante Adega Da Marina | Av. dos Descobrimentos 35, 8600-315 Lagos, Portugal ★★★★☆