1. On a full-day, semi-private excursion from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais, see two stunning medieval villages. This excursion allows you to explore Sintra's UNESCO-listed old town, Cabo da Roca, and Cascais' beachfront promenade at your leisure. These trips should include hotel pickup and drop-off, as well as all transportation in a climate-controlled SUV with Wi-Fi.
2. The City and its people greet you with their warmth and spirit, from the outdoor markets along the waterfront to the twisting streets of the old quarters. Lisbon, which is built on seven hills on the Tagus River's northern bank, provides breathtaking views at every turn. Flawlessly mixes historic and cultural landmarks, as well as local delicacies, to satisfy your senses and expectations. These kind of routes flawlessly blends historic and cultural landmarks, as well as local delicacies, to satisfy your senses and expectations. “Terreiro do Paço”: one of
Lisbon's most beautiful squares, and historically the city's primary marine gateway. The original marble steps going up to Commerce Square may still be seen from the River Tagus. Alfama District: the city's oldest and most beautiful, charming citadel.
The original marble steps going up to Commerce Square may still be seen from the River Tagus. Alfama District: the city's oldest and most scenic, romantic district, home to So Jorge Castle, one of Lisbon's most stunning belvederes. Belém Tower is a fortress tower in Lisbon that was erected to safeguard the city harbor and is now considered the country's icon.
3. If you enjoy surfing, you should know that Portugal has some of Europe's best beaches and waves. In our country, we have beaches for every taste, from the world-famous enormous waves of Nazaré to the exquisite tubes of Peniche. Take a day out from your vacation to relax and appreciate the beauty of the seaside!