This region has a very diverse offering for those that visit. Starting in Aveiro, you can saver in tasting some of the region's most typical dishes from both fish and meat, as well as sweets like "ovos moles". The city of Aveiro is known as "The Portuguese Venice" due to its canals and boats that navigate them, while the colorful fishermen houses are also a staple of the region.
But the whole region is not just about the cuisine and beaches, it's also home to one of the most history-packed cities in the country: Coimbra. Here you'll see where most of the student tradition in the country first originated from. Century-old libraries and buildings sculpt the landscape of a city where a big part of the population is a university student.