Portuguese Exploration (6 nights / 7 days) from EUR 900 per person
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Your Portuguese exploration starts with Lisbon that offers a sublime invitation to learn the history that is as old as exploration of the Atlantic, romancing the pastel manors on the rippling hills rolling down the glittering Atlantic in Sintra, and enjoying the summer playground in a sleepy fishing village of Cascais
Depending on arrival timing in the city, have a relaxed evening around the main square Praça do Comércio or with an early morning arrival, explore the gastronomic delights of Lisbon around the main square, visit statue of Dom Jose I and the Triumph Arch, while enjoying the view over the river Tagus
Visit Castle of São Jorge, walk around the outer terrace for the most breathtaking views of the city Continue to the inner castle courtyards and climb the walls to get an amazing 360 degree views. In the evening spend time in Alfama neighbourhood - Lisbon's oldest quarter that has retained its medieval street plan, narrow cobbled streets, tiny squares, churches, and pastel houses
Experience the elegance of Avenida da Liberdade, inspired by Champs Elysees of Paris. Visit Belém that is synonymous with history and the Portuguese discoveries, arrive at Rossio and feel the charm and history of real Lisbon, Take a break at one of the many outdoor cafés and eateries in Terreiro do Paço
This is your rendezvous with Sun and Sand. Lisbon coast offers beautiful beaches that range from sheltered little coves to miles of dune-backed sands. Choose from Carcavelos - popular among local youngsters for beach soccer, and Tamariz in Estoril, Praia da Conceição and Praia da Rainha in the center of Cascais, Guincho - a beautiful beach known world-wide for surfing, Costa da Caparica for the longest stretches of sand, or secluded Adraga - ranked as one of the best beaches in Europe.
Best way to know Lisboa’s hidden secrets is to take a ride on the no. 28 tram discovering most interesting historical sites and wonderful terraces that offer amazing views of the city, including Graça neighbourhood, past São Vincente de Fora Church, Campo de Santa Clara
Visit Sintra, classified by UNESCO as a Cultural Landscape and World Heritage site, a beguiling town, centrally located Palácio da Vila (Town Palace), Climb to the top of Sintra Mountain to visit the Palácio da Pena (Pena Palace), The Castelo dos Mouros (Castle of the Moors) and its imposing walls, and Cabo da Roca (Cape Roca), the westernmost point, not just of Portugal but of the entire European continent
Obidos is a charming Portuguese town that makes for an enjoyable day trip from Lisbon. Visit the Lagoa de Obidos Beach which is a beautiful beach and saltwater bay close to the pretty walled city of Obidos. The beach offers both calm bathing waters and more exciting surfing swell. Lagoa de Obidos is the largest saltwater lagoon in Portugal with the lakes and waterways extending inland for 6 kilometers.