Eating and Exploring Madeira

1. Stay

The splurge choice, on Funchal’s outskirts, is the Belmond Reid’s Palace—with a storied past (including two stays by Winston Churchill), a 500-species botanical garden, and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Otherwise, look

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