One of Europe’s coolest cities, Lisbon, just may be the perfect city break destination. Perhaps start with a short ride on a tram, like the Elevador da Bica, or visit the Aquarium Vasco de Gama which has been around over 100 years. Their famous ‘bacalhau’ is a taste not to be missed if you like fish as Lisbon has great restaurants in abundance. Don’t forget to enjoy time in the Baixa Pombalina, the historic heart of the city and not forgetting Chiado for those looking for a lively street atmosphere.

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Lisbon Half Day Tour

From £40 per person

On this Half-Day Tour, we will travel through Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, also known as the “City of the Seven Hills”. Lisbon is the largest Portuguese city and here the History, Culture and Tradition combine perfectly.

From the imposing Castle of St. George, the picturesque Alfama district – where we will taste a delicious Port Wine – the majestic Belem Tower and the beautiful Comercio and Rossio Squares, Liberty Avenue and Marquês de Pombal, everything makes this trip an unforgettable journey. This Tour also includes a visit to the National Coach Museum, which hosts one of the richest collection of carriages in the world, and the Church of Jeronimos Monastery, a true jewel of Manueline art, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO (on Mondays, both visits will be replaced by Ajuda National Palace).

Lisbon Half Day Trip

Lisbon By Night

Lisbon By Night Tour

From £89 per person

This is an evening tour, therefore our departure is 8pm. Ever wonder what Lisbon would look like at night? Enjoy a wonderful evening at Lisbon. The Capital of Portugal, also known as “The City of the Seven Hills”, is the most famous city in Portugal and it’s so lively at night that worth a visit.

Admire the charm of Lisbon at night and its enlightened monuments, on a panoramic tour through its main sites: the picturesque Alcântara, Belem and its gorgeous monuments, the 25 de Abril Bridge, Cais do Sodré, Comercio and Rossio Squares, the downtown area, Liberty Avenue and Marquês de Pombal. This visit also includes a typical dinner with an amazing Fado show, traditional Portuguese music, considered World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.

Sintra, Cascais & Estoril Tour.

From £82 per person

Departure: 9am. Our Full-Day Tour will start in the charming village of Sintra, considered a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Pena Palace will be our first stop. Built in the XIX century on a rock at 500m altitude, this palace is a magnificent example of Portuguese Romanesque architecture. Then we will go down to the historic centre, having free time to appreciate the medieval streets of Sintra, to enjoy the landscapes of Sintra mountain and to taste the delicious local sweets. Time for lunch (optional).

In the early afternoon, we will go to the most westerly point of continental Europe, Roca Cape. We will proceed with our journey to the bay of Cascais, our last stop. This place was the former summer residence of Portuguese royal family, where there is a particularly magnificent view over its stunning beaches. And before making the return to Lisbon, we will end our tour with a panoramic view over Estoril, famous for its casino and stunning gardens around it.

Obidos, Nazare, Batalha & Fatima Tour.

Fatima

From £82 per person

Our Full-Day Tour will start in Obidos, a medieval and walled village with whitewashed houses and narrow streets. Feel free to explore this charming scenario. Then, we will go to the colourful and fishing town of Nazare. Here the Tradition is alive, as well as the big waves of its beaches, respected and loved by renowned surfers. And the view over the Atlantic Ocean is superb.

Our Tour proceeds to Batalha, where we will visit the church of the Batalha Monastery, a gothic masterpiece of the XIV century, classified as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Finally, we will reach the famous Fatima Sanctuary, an altar of the Christian faith and place of world pilgrimage. Here we will visit this Shrine. We will also visit the houses of the Three Shepherd children that reported the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, in 1917. Return to Lisbon.

Alentejo Tour

From £82 per person

We will leave Lisbon towards Evora, a charming town surrounded by walls and classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. It is an open-air museum, influenced by Celts and Romans. And the whitewashed houses, arches and twisting alleyways reflect the Moorish presence.

Through this unforgettable trip, we will stroll through the medieval streets of Evora, with many wonderfully preserved monuments and buildings. The Roman Temple will be our first stop. Dedicated to Diana, the goddess of hunting, this famous landmark dates from the 2nd century and it’s one of the Iberian Peninsula’s best-preserved Roman monuments. We will also visit the Cathedral, the Saint Francis Church and its exuberant Chapel of Bones (where is established the famous and bizarre phrase “we, bones that are here, for your bones we wait”), and the University with its cloister and tiles. Our tour will end with a visit to one of the most famous Portuguese Wineries with a fantastic wine tasting. Return to Lisbon.

Alentejo

Lisbon To Porto Tour

Porto Railway Station

From £188 per person

We will travel by train from Lisbon to the charming city of Porto, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. Our driver will transfer you to Lisbon-Oriente Railway Station. Then you will enjoy a very comfortable trip on the “Alfa Pendular Train” – the fastest train in Portugal – (Tourist Class) and we will arrive at Porto-Campanhã Railway Station. Our driver will be waiting for you and will make the transfer to the city centre.

Free time for lunch. Then at 2 pm (near São Bento Railway Station) we will start a majestic tour through the city of Porto. Here we will visit emblematic sites like the famous Railway Station and its tiles, the Cathedral, the Lello Bookshop, the Ribeira Square and much more. And this journey will end with a sweet Port Wine tasting, in a famous Port Wine Cellar.

The return to Campanhã Railway Station is scheduled at 6 p.m. (train departs at 6.47 p.m.). Arrival to Lisbon.