The Euro 2004 tournament will be played in eight great Portuguese cities. Here's a guide to some of their delights:

When Lisbon hosted the World Exposition in 1998, its Oceanarium was the star attraction. And no wonder: designed by American architect Peter Chermayeff and built at a cost of $85 million, it is the largest aquarium in the Western world.

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Some 8.5 million people have visited the Oceanarium since its 1998 debut, more than 15 times the population of Lisbon itself. Its gargantuan main tank holds 5 million liters of water, and the entire complex houses...

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