Portugal victorious at World Travel Awards

in News · 04-12-2018 08:30:00 · 3 Comments
Portugal victorious at World Travel Awards

The finest travel brands in the world have been unveiled at a star-studded gala ceremony in Lisbon.

The elite of the travel industry gathered to see the strength of Portugal’s tourism economy, which was reflected with victories in a range of categories.

Portugal was voted ‘World's Leading Destination’, Madeira ‘World's Leading Island Destination’, whilst Turismo de Portugal was named ‘World's Leading Tourist Board’.

Lisbon was voted the World’s Leading City Destination and City Break Destination. Other prize winners included TAP, the Corinthia Hotel Lisbon, Olissippo Lapa Palace, The Vine Hotel, Vila Joya and the Conrad Algarve.


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by Johannes Jansen from UK on 04-12-2018 11:19:00
I find that pretty amazing. We have just been ripped off by Gold Car rental firm operating out of Lisbon Airport.
They just helped themselves to 351 Euros from our bank account. We are trying to make contact to find out why but have not been successful so far. We will keep you informed if we make any progress. Any other UK travels be aware of Gold Car rental firm operating out of Lisbon Airport. Brexit can't happen quickly enough now. Level of fraud in Portugal just amaze us.
by Johannes Jansen from UK on 04-12-2018 11:14:00
I find that pretty amazing. We have just been ripped off by Gold Car rental firm operating out of Lisbon Airport.
They just helped themselves to 351 Euros from our bank account. We are trying to make contact to find out why but have not been successful so far. We will keep you informed if we make any progress. Any other UK travels be aware of Gold Car rental firm operating out of Lisbon Airport. Brexit can't happen quickly enough now. Level of fraud in Portugal just amaze us.
by Johannes Jansen from UK on 04-12-2018 11:11:00
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