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.
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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