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Historical Lisbon Tour

Half Day Tour | 04 hours Tour

Visit this remarkable City, with nearly 2.500 years of history. Marvel through its downtown and historical districts. Highlights of this tour include the 12th century fortress of St George’s, located on top of one of Lisbon’s seven hills, overlooking the downtown, the Tagus River and the former Moorish quarter of Alfama, where still exist buildings that have survived the 1755 big earthquake. Then, west of Lisbon, visit the historical Belem, home of the shipyards where, in the 15th century were built the Portuguese Caravelas (sailing boats) and from where expeditions departed to find the maritime ways to Africa, Asia and Brazil, in glorious sea adventures that have compared the Portuguese navigators with the American first astronauts. In Belem, will visit the Jeronimos’s Monastery, a master piece of the Manueline style, and stop by the famous landmarks Belem Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries.
Return to Estoril.

Price per person – € 46,50
Mínimum of 25 persons per bus



Sintra and Estoril Coastline Tour

Half Day Tour of Sintra | 04 hours Tour

Lisbon features a unique geographical setting that includes different landscape areas and experiences. Sintra, located NW of Lisbon, is a delightful small Town, full of historical sites dating back to the Arab occupation in the 12th century. Later on, Sintra was the summer residence area for the Portuguese Royal families and Nobels, and, due to its romantic setting, was immortalized by the British poet Lord Byron, as the “Little Eden”. Our tour will visit its historical centre and the National Palace, built over a former Moorish palace. From this area, one can admire the many manor houses and see the medieval castle built up on top of the mountain. Then, tour will continue around this beautiful mountain, reaching a totally different environment – the wild and beautiful coast line of Guincho, with its superb beach areas, cliffs and where, close by, is located Cape Roca, the westernmost point of Continental Europe. Tour will return to Lisbon, via Cascais, a cosmopolitan former fishing village, and the Estoril coast line.

Price per person – € 48,00
Mínimum of 25 persons per bus



The Silver Coast and the Shrine of Fátima

Full Day Tour to Fátima | 07 hours Tour

Travel NW along the magnificent Silver Coastline one of the nicest areas of Portugal. Wild and full of traditions related with the Atlantic Ocean and fishing villages, the Silver coast houses truly hidden secrets which will be revealed to visitors during the course of the day. Depart Lisbon towards one of these well kept secrets – the medieval walled town of Obidos.
Nestled inside a 12th century fortress, with its white washed well preserved houses, the town of Obidos has kept its traditions, monuments and well kept cobblestone streets, allowing visitors to travel to the past, exploring not just the town and its walled fortification, but also its small churches, small shops and original bars. You may end the visit with a well deserved famous liquor “Ginginha” served on a chocolate made cup.
From Obidos, you will continue along the coast in direction of Nazare. Still an active fishing village, famous in the past for the tradition of having its fishing boats pulled out of the ocean, to the beach, by a pair of bulls helped by the fishermen wives and children. Another famous tradition of Nazare, is the traditional female outfits that include seven skirts dressed simultaneously.
Lunch will be served en route, at a local restaurant.
After lunch, a stop will be made at the famous Fatima’s pilgrimage site. Well known for its Roman Catholic Shrine and Basilica, Fatima is recognized by the Vatican as a site where the Virgin was seen by three little shepherds. This apparition is celebrated on the 13th day of May and October every year ever since.

Price per person – € 83,00
Mínimum of 25 persons per bus



The Southern plains, Évora

Full day tour to Évora | 07 hours Tour

South of Lisbon, after crossing the Tagus, the Country becomes flat and incredibly attractive with its huge plains, immense plantations of cork and olive trees, cattle raising farms and most of the Portuguese traditional agricultural products.
Southeast of Lisbon, after approximately 90 minutes drive, tour reaches Évora, the capital of the upper Alentejo province. Classified as «Museum Town and World Heritage» by the Unesco in 1986.
Évora was first known by the Celts as “Ebora”, by the first Roman settlers as Ebora Cerealis and in 27 BC as Liberitas Julia. In the suburbs of Évora there are cromlechs, menirs and dolmens, as well as remains from the Neolithic 3.500 BC.
Lunch is included and will be served at a regional restaurant.
In Medieval times the town held the courts of the Portuguese Kings of the 1st dynasty and of the 2nd dynasty from 1165 to 1559. The Roman-Gothic Cathedral dating from 1186, the Church of St. Francis built in 1480 with the macabre “Chapel of Bones”, and the ruins of the Roman Temple of Diana are some of the places of great interest to be visited. Small streets with Manueline (Gothic-Naturalist) geminated-windows and porticos as well as the «Moucharabieh», verandahs of Mudejar influence, lead to the Praça do Giraldo, the meeting point of Évora’s inhabitants.
Return to Estoril.

Price per person – € 81,00
Mínimum of 25 persons per bus



Dinner and Fado in Lisbon

Lisbon by night | 04 hours Tour

Enjoy an unforgettable dinner in a typical restaurant located in an old borough of Lisbon.
While dinner is being served, guests will attend a floor show of the Portuguese traditional music genre – the FADO, now considered by UNESCO as World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.
This program gives the possibility to enjoy both the gastronomy and wines of Portugal as well as its folklore traditions.
Includes deluxe air-conditioning bus, official English speaking guide, dinner.

Price per person – € 77,00
Mínimum of 25 persons per bus

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