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The Lisbon Card gives you the freedom to explore the city at your own leisure for 24, 48, or 72 hours. Enjoy unlimited travel on Lisbon's public transport sy...
The romantic charm of Sintra and Cascais is on full display as you get to know these idyllic towns. Your guide shows you the lush forests, gardens, and grand...
The natural and historical beauty of Portugal is lined up for you on this full-day tour covering Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. Discover the coastal playground...
Embark on a lively night of tasty Portuguese food, drinks, and traditional music on this sunset walking tour with a local guide. Hear the soulful sounds of F...
Spend a day discovering the romantic village of Sintra, a UNESCO-listed town full of Portuguese history and magical castles. After lunch, travel along the co...
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Lisboa Story Centre, Terreiro do Paco, 78- 81, Lisbon 1100-148 PortugalLisboa, the capital of P...
Become immersed in the rich history of Portugal, and discover its vibrant culture and age-old traditions on a full day tour in a small group. Discover 4 amaz...
Follow the pilgrims’ route to Fátima, one of the most important Christian sites in the world, with approximately 5 million visitors each year. Visit Nazaré, ...
The picturesque countryside surrounding Lisbon is a land of wonders not to be missed. Visit white villages atop rolling hills. See majestic cathedrals, glori...
This open-top bus tour lets you easily explore the city by hopping on and off at a variety of main attractions like the Jerónimos Monastery, the Tower of Bel...
A popular meeting point and landmark, this vast square is most easily recognized by the towering obelisk monument that commemorates Portuguese independence from Spain.
Like romantic elevated areas in other European cities, hilly Lisbon has a raised area offering mesmerizing views of the city, the river and the surroundings.
The Santa Maria Hospital is a university hospital, located in University City, Lisbon, Portugal.
From royal tombs to azulejo tile panels depicting La Fontaine’s famous fables, this magnificent monastery is full of interesting details.
This imposing neoclassical theater is Lisbon’s premier performing arts venue. Learn all about the fascinating, if unfortunate, history of the site.
See rare examples of an ornamental art form that has become synonymous with Portugal in this museum dedicated to azulejo ceramic tiles.
See the people-packed central square whose swirling wave-patterned cobbles are thought to have inspired copycat pavements across the rest of Portugal and beyond.
The Hospital of São José (Royal Hospital of St. Joseph) is an important hospital in the centre of Lisbon, located at Rua José Antonio Serrano.
Learn about the history of this pretty church and note the features of its interior, including crystal chandeliers and religious images.
Lisbon is the westernmost capital of mainland Europe and one of the oldest cities in the world. Visitors throng to Lisbon for its Mediterranean climate, good food, great wines, vibrant nightlife and ancient history.
The Cristo Rei Shrine is located in Almada, near the famous 25th of April Bridge and is a favourite with tourists. A giant, 28 metre-high statue of Christ standing on a 75 metre-tall pedestal, it provides one of the best vantage points from which to capture a bird’s-eye view of Lisbon.
The Hospital of Santa Cruz is a hospital located in Carnaxide, Oeiras, 20 minutes away from Lisbon by car. The hospital opened its doors in 1980 on the former premises of a 1960’s private clinic, which closed following the Carnation Revolution of 25th April 1974, with the aim of providing specialist care in the areas of cardiology (medical and surgical) and nephrology.
Belém Tower is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the northern bank of the Tagus River in the Belém district of Lisbon.
To come to this city and not let this elevator outfitted in yellow show you around would be an opportunity missed. Sit back and enjoy the changing scenes.
This may be the smallest beach in Cascais, but it was once fit for a queen. Enjoy its soft sands and lovely views of the town’s fishing harbor.
See the magnificent rock formation, said to resemble a bear, which gives this beautiful and unspoiled sandy beach its name.
Watch the foamy Atlantic waves crash onto the golden sands and rugged rock formations at this picturesque beach, one of the most westerly in Europe.
Ride an elevator to the top of this imposing triumphal arch, which was built to celebrate the rebirth and rebuilding of Lisbon following the 1755 earthquake.
Gain insight into the life of Portuguese nobility at this privately owned property, known for its exquisite tile panels and pretty gardens.
Lisbon is the birthplace for a style of music that’s dramatic and heartfelt. Learn why it was banned and understand its current popularity worldwide.
Gaze out across the red roofs of Lisbon and beyond to the Tagus River from this hilltop viewpoint, the highest in the city.
The skeletal ruins of this 14th-century church are a testament to the damage and devastation suffer by the city during the 1755 Lisbon earthquake.
Ruins from an earthquake are often torn down, but this city has turned them into an attraction. Tour this site to sense the grandeur of a Gothic masterpiece.
Get an introduction to the city of Lisbon and its history through visual displays and audio description providing an interactive look into its past.
Discover views over the old town from hilltop Graça, Moorish history in Alfama, bustling downtown Baixa, bohemian Chiado and nightlife in Bairro Alto.
Baixa is a sophisticated district of downtown Lisbon. It has picturesque squares, pedestrianised streets and avenues lined with elegant shops, cafés and theatres.
Explore Moorish castles and medieval alleyways in Lisbon’s oldest district before an evening of traditional live music at an authentic Fado bar.
In this Portuguese city, travel back to times of global discovery. Tour this historic launch point for explorers seeking distant riches.
Santos is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisbon, covering the Alcantra, Lapa and Madragoa areas. It’s known for possessing the perfect blend of old-world charm and contemporary flair.
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