Lisboa Sightseeing Tour (half-day)
Depart by coach in direction of Belém, the monumental part of Lisboa, where the UNESCO world heritage sites of the Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery are to be found. Monuments reminding of the era of the overseas voyages and discoveries of new worlds… we will make a brief visit to the area before continuing to the heart of Lisboa. On route we will see the beautiful Basílica of Estrela before arriving at one of the best viewpoints over the city situated at the top of the Eduardo VII's Park. We will drive down the Avenida da Liberdade to the Rossio Square and stop for a walk along the main pedestrian street - Rua Augusta and its Triumphal Arch opening up to the Terreiro do Paco by the river. The royal palace that stood in this magnificent square was never rebuilt after the earthquake that struck Lisboa in 1755.
Sintra - A UNESCO World Heritage Site (half-day)
Departure from Lisboa for a visit to Sintra, the romantic village situated on the top of the hill with the same name. Sintra is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Portugal and the whole village is a World Heritage Site. We will enjoy some free time to discover the narrow lanes and enchanted gardens and parks before leaving for Cabo da Roca. This is the westernmost point of the European Mainland allowing for an almost 360º view over the majestic Atlantic Ocean. The return trip to Lisboa will take us through the impressive coastal landscape and past the famous Guincho beach and the centre of Cascais.
Lisboa Vineyards on the south bank of Tagus river (half-day)
Depart from Lisboa by coach crossing the river Tagus via the 25th of April bridge built in the 1960's by the US Steel Company, a "sister bridge" to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Just across the bridge, on the Palmela Peninsula we find the closest vineyards to Lisboa, famous for its fortified dessert wine "Moscatel" as well as the table wines produced in the area. We will pay a visit to one of the modern wine cellars for a guided tour and tasting. Return to Lisboa via the Vasco da Gama Bridge, built for the world exhibition held in Lisbon in 1998. At the time of its construction this was the longest bridge in Europe.
Fátima, Óbitos, Batalha and Nazaré (half-day, without lunch)
Join us on this full day tour which is composed of unforgettable experiences: live history in the medieval town of Óbidos and the Monastery of Batalha, be fascinated by the breathtaking views of Nazaré, and enjoy moments of contemplation in Fátima.
As an outlet centre, Freeport is where you can find big brands with bigger discounts everyday of the year. Freeport Outlet Alcochete has a gross leasable area of 75,000m2; it is the largest Outlet in Europe and was inaugurated on 9 September 2004. Freeport Outlet Alcochete has a large variety of retail shops and leisure on offer. At Freeport you will find the best brands with greatly reduced prices, in a variety of areas; from clothing, cosmetics, appliances and home décor. You will also find a wide variety of restaurants and coffee shops, which cater for every taste. At Freeport it is not only about shopping, there is always something happening at Freeport, animation for children and events for the whole family.
Lisbon Tram (half-day)
It's perhaps Lisbon's most popular activity: A ride back in time over hills and medieval streets in vintage trams that are still part of the city's public transportation network. They go past some major attractions, and we take you on a virtual tour below. Discover some of the most popular districts of Lisbon: Bairro Alto (Here was created the first Portuguese newspaper and nowadays is where you can find the Portuguese designs shops. It is also a very lively quarter in the evening with all the small restaurants and bars), Chiado (Back in 1905, a Chiado shirt shop was converted into a café selling "genuine Brazilian coffee, the most aromatic and fine tasting of all coffees", as the adverts of the time proclaimed. One of the most well-known writers from XX century used to go there to have his “bica”), Baixa (This was the site of the former Royal Palace until it was destroyed after the earthquake of 1755, and is today Lisbon's largest open square with government buildings lining its perimeter).
Porto, A world Heritage site
The River Douro and the Port wine district! Take the opportunity and enjoy a visit to the birthplace of Portugal and the region of the famous port wine. Visit of the historical centre of Porto, an UNESCO heritage site and a cruise on the Douro River with a view over the steep riverside vineyards, home to the grapes of the port wine.