On the first day of our three-day tour in Lisbon, we began to visit the city of Lisbon well, with its historic neighborhoods like; Alfama, Bairro Alto, Chiado, Baixa de Lisboa, always with a historical accompaniment of each place.
Where we will revive Medieval Lisbon with its different civilizations from the Moors to the days of today passing through glorious days to less good periods …
Without forgetting the visit to Belem with its monuments of sec. XVI with a revival of the epics of the Portuguese Discoveries with visit Jeronimos Monastery, Torre de Belem and Padrão dos Descobrimentos visit and tasting at the famous Pasteis de Belem
On the second day of our three-day tour in Lisbon, our day will be spent in Sintra, in this paradise of aristocracy in Portugal.
Starting at the Queluz Palace, still on the way to Sintra, where D. Pedro I of Brazil was born and died, possible visit.
Following our three-day itinerary in Lisbon now towards Sintra, due to the diversity of palaces there, together we decided the best option such as; Sintra National Palace, Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Palace of Monserrat, Castle of the Moors.
Our three-day itinerary in Lisbon also has its culinary part, time to sample the Queijadas de Sintra and the Sintra Pillow.
Then visit to Cabo da Roca on the way to Cascais where the visit to Boca do Inferno is mandatory, stop in the center of Cascais for a bit of leisure and maybe shopping.
Close to Cascais, we have Estoril, known by the Casino of Estoril, but also because it was the favorite place of espionage in Portugal and Europe, where some of the free books that gave rise to the celebrated 007 were written.
Arrival to Lisbon along the Marginal road, always lining the sea until arriving in Lisbon.
This third day of our three-day tour in Lisbon will begin by visiting the most important Sanctuary in Europe, the sanctuary of Fatima. Time to celebrate a Mass in Fatima, where in 1917 our Lady appeared to three children from humble families known as the Little Shepherds.
After paying homage to our lady of Fatima then we went to Batalha one in 1385 took place the Battle of Aljubarrota to define the legitimacy of Portugal.
Then followed our three-day itinerary in Lisbon to Nazaré, this fishing village where the ladies wear seven skirts, also known today for their grandiose waves over thirty meters.
Arrival at Óbidos, with its whitewashed alleys and little houses impeccably preserved, time to visit this fantastic medieval village and also to taste a ginja in chocolate.
If you are a person who does not leave behind the culture and the gastronomy, this is your option.
In this option in his three-day Lisbon itinerary, we began our day with a visit to the Medieval village of Évora, with numerous traces of different civilizations time to visit the curious Chapel of Bones as well as the rest of the city.
Being the Alentejo one of the most recognized places nationally and internationally for its wines we will still have time to know this wonderful “nectar” that can be in one of the numerous wineries like the Eugenio de Almeida Foundation (Cartuxa, Pêra-Manca) or even in Esporão
Please bring your passport or ID card. Participants aged 65 and over receive discount on entrance fees to museums and monuments.
8-seater Peugeot traveller:
• Air conditioning and heating
• Tinted windows with sun blinds
Please wear comfortable shoes.
Lisbon and Surroundings