Lisbon is the living proof of the culture and traditions of the Portuguese people with a wonderful gastronomy and history that provides a unique experience to its visitors.
Known as the city of the seven hills, Lisbon was devastated during the 1755 earthquake and is now one of the most visited cities in Europe.
Take the opportunity to visit the S. Jorge Castle, the Santa Justa elevator and the Jerónimos Monastery.
There is so much to discover and get to know!
Sintra, Cascais, Estoril
For anyone visiting Lisbon, a tour to Sintra is a must.
From the historic center to the famous Pena Palace, Sintra is only 30km from the Portuguese capital, having once been the destination of kings and queens due to its climate and unparalleled beauty.
Next is a visit to Cascais, which combines an aristocratic past with a more modern style. Clothing stores, restaurants, and events: you will find it all at Cascais marina. On the way to Lisbon, along the coast, you will arrive in Estoril known for its beautiful beaches and famous casino.
Fátima, Óbidos, Nazaré
Visiting Fátima is one of the most enriching and unforgettable experiences one can have.
This was the place where Our Lady of Fátima appeared in 1917 and, since then, has become one of the most visited sanctuaries in the world.
Stroll through the labyrinthine streets of Portuguese sidewalk next to the ancient walls of Óbidos.
Taste the famous ginjinha (cherry liqueur) and delight yourself with the picturesque town of Óbidos.
And, nothing better than to pause for lunch in Nazaré, known for its famous fresh fish.
Setúbal, Arrábida, Palmela
Known as the Blue Coast and with a Mediterranean microclimate and landscape, the Arrábida mountain range reaches an altitude of 503 meters, and provides nature lovers with challenging walks and incredible views.
From the top of the Arrábida mountains, you can see the bay of Setúbal, a well-known fishing town, famous for its gastronomy and fresh products.
From the top of the mountain, you can also see the Troia Peninsula, where with the serene beauty of the landscape, you can find luxury resorts, dedicated to golf or the most exclusive spas, as well as a considerable extension of white sandy beaches.
We arrive at the town of Palmela, which presents us with superb views over the Setúbal district and where we can visit the castle, classified as a National Monument, currently converted into a Pousada de Portugal. This region is also known for its wines, especially the famous Moscatel de Setúbal, and its pastries, such as the delicious Azeitão pies.
A visit to the fishing town of Sesimbra is a must, for the pleasant walks along the beautiful beaches and the interesting port/fresh fish market, where you can admire the richness of our ocean.
Évora and Arraiolos or Vila Viçosa
Located in Alentejo, Évora is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, a magical place not to be missed.
The historic center is considered by UNESCO, World Heritage and its walls embrace a vast historical period, evident in a monumental wealth ranging from the megalithic period, through the Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Mannerist period.
To point out the Roman temple of Diana, the profusion of styles of Évora’s Cathedral or the Giraldo Square (formerly the Town Hall).
In this Tour you can choose to visit one more of the following villages: Arraiolos or Vila Viçosa.
Arraiolos is a typical Alentejo village of white lime houses, with some points of interest, namely the Castle or the Pousada da Nossa Senhora da Assunção. But it is mainly due to the handicraft that this village is known, especially the tapestry, with the famous Arraiolos carpets, embroidered by hand, keeping a tradition of generations.
Vila Viçosa is another village of note. It was once the seat of the Duchy of Bragança and enjoyed great importance until the fall of the Republic. This village is known not only for its delicious regional gastronomy but also for its marble extraction and transformation industry, being recognized worldwide.