Faro City has the right combination of amazing coastline, great weather and lots of historical and natural sites to view. The area around the railway station itself combines an ancient port city and modern commerce and entertainment scene.
The train service has a second route that connects the Faro city to Alhao, Vila Real and Tavira. Its third service connects to Lagos, Portimao and Tunes on the west. The train does not serve the airport. Therefore, you have to use a bus or taxi from Faro airport.
It is essential to plan for your itinerary before visiting the area so that you do not skip some of the best sites and sights in the region. You can also seek the help of a tour company serving the area to have everything planned by the time you reach the city.
Plenty of cheap hotels and budget hostels can be found within close distance of Faro train station in Algarve region Portugal. Stay in a cosy b&b when looking for a more cosy room or look for apartments to rent when travelling in a larger group.
One of the most famous locations in the city is the high walled old town and Ria Formosa Nature Park. The ancient city has a gate and narrow streets that lead to the famous gothic cathedral of Se Cathedral, Nossa Senhora Convent and Paco Episcopal Palace.
The nature park has sheltered waterways, which are excellent spots for bird watching, water games and sports fishing. There are also great dunes for desert lovers and people looking to have a peaceful time alone. There are many more awesome sights across the entire Algarve region.
The weather is generally warm for most of the year. The waters by the seashore are safe to swim while the golden sands make it a haven for relaxation. Algarve region is safe for travel, and the residents are friendly and welcoming.