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Lisbon Attractions & Tours (83)

Looking for great tours and places to visit while in Lisbon, Portugal? Browse Lisbon sights, activities, and tourist attractions enjoyed by other travelers. Search tours and learn about the top things to do and see.Check Lisbon weather Forecast for November in order to find the best time to travel. We can also help you find places to stay in Lisbon at the best rate available, by comparing multiple accommodation providers at once.

Obidos, Nazare, Fatima and Batalha Day Trip

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Take a fascinating day trip from Lisbon to the Portuguese towns of ?bidos, Nazar?, F?tima and Batalha. During the day, explore the charming medieval village of ?bidos and learn interesting facts from your local guide. Enjoy lunch (included) in the picturesque fishing village of Nazar?. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Batalha Monastery and the Monastery of Santa Maria d'Alcoba?a. And enjoy free time in F?tima to visit to the Sanctuary of F?tima, one of the most important Christian sites in the world. On the way back to Lisbon, take in views of Portugal's lovely agricultural countryside.

Head north from Lisbon on your full-day trip back to a bygone era, where small villages boast a relaxing pace and historic religious sites dot the landscape. Your first stop is ?bidos, a fortified village of whitewashed houses and narrow streets with a distinctly medieval atmosphere. With your guide, wander around the cobblestone streets and alleyways lined with colorful houses and Gothic doorways. Learn interesting facts about the village from your guide, and then enjoy free time to relax at a caf? or sample the traditional Ginja liqueur at one of the numerous wine shops.

Next, head to Alcoba?a to visit the famous Monastery of Santa Maria d'Alcoba?a, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest Gothic-style church in Portugal. Continue to Nazar?, a colorful and traditional fishing villages. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant (included), and then explore the streets of this popular Portuguese summer retreat.

Hop back on your coach for the drive through the beautiful Portuguese agricultural countryside, and stop at S?tio for wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean and the pretty beaches. You?ll soon arrive in Batalha, a cute town home to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Batalha Monastery, which you?ll visit with your guide. See the intricate architecture and beautiful stained-glass windows of this Gothic masterpiece.

Continue to F?tima, once a sleepy rural village that became an important pilgrimage site in 1917 when three shepherd children reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary, also known as Our Lady of F?tima (Nossa Senhora de F?tima). Enjoy free time to visit the Sanctuary of F?tima, a basilica that honors the apparition and attracts millions of Catholic pilgrims every year who go to pay their respects to the shrine.

As you leave F?tima for the drive back to Lisbon, stop in nearby Ajulstrel to see the houses of the three shepherd children to whom the vision of Our Lady of F?tima appeared.

» Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 86.00 | update prices

Lisbon Super Saver: Lisbon Sightseeing Tour and Sintra, Cascais and Estoril Coast Day Trip

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Combine a morning sightseeing tour of Lisbon with an afternoon exploring the Estoril Coast, Cascais and the romantic mountainous region of Sintra. If you are short on time or this is your first visit to Lisbon, this tour is a great way to get an overview of the area, and it includes a wine tasting! In Lisbon, see the charming Alfama quarter, Bel?m Tower, the Monument to the Discoveries and the World Heritage Sites of Jer?nimos Monastery and the beautiful Sintra National Palace. Then take in views of the Atlantic Ocean (including Hell's Mouth cliff) as you drive along the Estoril Coast and through Cascais, and discover the beauty of Sintra and Colares while you learn interesting facts from your guide.

Get comfortable on an air-conditioned coach and enjoy a sightseeing tour of Lisbon, the first part of your full-day Lisbon combination tour. Relax on the drive down Liberty Avenue to Rossio, in the heart of the city, and visit Alfama, Lisbon?s oldest and picturesque quarter. Stop here for a wine tasting at a local shop.

Continue along the Tagus River to Pra?a do Com?rcio, where a sculpture of King Jos? I on a bronze horse stands tall. Learn interesting facts about Lisbon from your guide as you take in views of the Tagus River and iconic Lisbon landmarks such as Bel?m Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jer?nimos Monastery, as well as the Coach Museum, which houses a large collection of opulent coaches built for the aristocracy, dating back to the 17th century. (Please note: The Jer?nimos Monastery and the Coach Museum are closed on Mondays; alternatively, you will visit the neoclassical Pal?cio Nacional da Ajuda (Ajuda Palace) or the Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida, which showcases an important art collection by Portuguese artist Ant?nio de Medeiros e Almeida.)

Enjoy some free time for lunch (own expense) at a local restaurant or cafe, then get ready for an unforgettable afternoon trip on Portugal's beautiful coast!

Head to Sintra, where you?ll visit Sintra National Palace and have free time to explore the beautiful town on your own. Continue your tour to Colares, a cute town famous for its local wine. Enjoy a short walking tour with your guide.

Next, take in views of the Portuguese countryside from your coach on the drive to Cascais Bay and Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point in Europe, on the Estoril Coast. Enjoy a dramatic photo opportunity at Hell's Mouth cliff (Boca do Inferno), and see Guincho Beach, famous among surfers, before you return to Lisbon.

Special Offer - Book this trip and save up to 10% compared to booking the trips separately. - Book Now!

» Duration: 9 hours
» from EUR 81.00 | update prices

Sintra Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the mountainous region of Sintra on this day trip from Lisbon. With your guide, visit the fairytale-like Pena Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a traditional Portuguese lunch in Sintra (included) and have free time to explore the village or visit Sintra National Palace. Hop on a tramcar to Colares and wander around this beautiful village with your guide. Take in views of the Atlantic Ocean on the drive along the picturesque Estoril Coast, see the fishing port of Cascais Bay, and watch the waves breaking at the cliff at Hell?s Mouth (Boca do Inferno) and Guincho Beach. Admire the lush Portuguese countryside on the drive back to Lisbon.

Leave Lisbon and relax on a comfortable and you head to Pena Palace (Pal?cio Nacional da Pena). Visit the Romantic-era fairytale-style castle, located almost 500 yards (500 meters) above sea level, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hear anecdotes about Portuguese royalty from your guide as you tour the castle and its gardens.

Continue to Sintra and have lunch at a local restaurant (included). Then, enjoy free time to explore the village at your own pace, see the colorful houses, visit the Sintra National Palace, or simply relax by the waterfront.

Hop on a tramcar and admire views of the Portuguese countryside on the journey to the Colares, a small town known for the quality of its wine. Learn interesting facts about Portugal's wine industry from your guide as you wander around this charming town.

Continue your journey along the colorful Cascais Bay to Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point in Europe. Stop at the dramatic Hell's Mouth cliff (Boca do Inferno), which offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Guincho Beach, famous among surfers for its strong winds and long-tail waves.

Resume the drive along the picturesque Estoril Coast and enjoy a panoramic views of the Casino Estoril, one of Europe's biggest casinos, believed to be where Ian Fleming (the author of the James Bond series) developed the idea for Casino Royale.

After your tour, admire the beautiful green colors of the Portuguese countryside on your way back to your Lisbon hotel.

Note: The tramcar journey is only available from April to October on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Outside those dates, enjoy a sightseeing tour by bus.

» Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 82.00 | update prices

Lisbon City Sightseeing Tour

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Discover the beauty of Lisbon on a half-day trip that covers all of the city's highlights. Enjoy a walking tour of the Moorish Alfama quarter and learn interesting facts about the city from your guide as you wander through the neighborhood?s cobblestone streets and alleyways. Sample Port wine at a local shop; then, head to the Bel?m district to see the Bel?m Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jer?nimos Monastery and discover the world's most opulent historical carriages at the Coach Museum.

Meet your guide in central Lisbon or enjoy pickup from your Lisbon hotel and relax on a comfortable, air-conditioned coach as you head to the Alfama district. With your guide, wander around the streets of this neighborhood, the oldest in Lisbon and the birthplace of Fado, Portugal's own musical genre. Stop at a local store to sample Portugal?s famous Port wine.

Get back on the coach and continue along the waterfront towards Commerce Square (Pra?a do Com?rcio) in the heart of Lisbon. Take in views of the Tagus River and S? de Lisboa cathedral , one of Lisbon?s oldest churches.

When you arrive in Bel?m, see the Bel?m Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries, both of which commemorate Vasco da Gama's expedition to the Americas. Visit the 16th-century UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jer?nimos Monastery, one of the greatest examples of Manueline art, located by the riverfront.

Next, browse through the amazing 17th-century luxury coaches built for the aristocracy at the Coach Museum. On Mondays, when the Jer?nimos Monastery and Coach Museum are closed, you will instead visit the neoclassical Pal?cio Nacional da Ajuda (Ajuda Palace ) or the Casa-Museu Medeiros e Almeida, which showcases an exhaustive collection of artwork by the Portuguese artist Ant?nio de Medeiros e Almeida.

Relax on the drive back to central Lisbon and admire the 25th of April Bridge -- Europe's longest suspension bridge -- over the River Tagus.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 34.00 | update prices

Fatima and the Sanctuary Basilica Half Day Tour from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
During your stay in Lisbon, take an afternoon tour to the town of F?tima, one of the most important places of pilgrimage in the Catholic world. With your guide, visit the sites where the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared in 1917 and learn about this incredibly spiritual place. Enjoy free time to explore on your own and attend a mass at Our Lady of F?tima Sanctuary, if you wish.

Meet your guide in central Lisbon or enjoy pickup from your Lisbon hotel, and then relax on the comfortable coach drive to F?tima. This once-sleepy rural village became an important Catholic pilgrimage site in 1917, when three local children claimed to have seen an apparition of the Virgin Mary, also known as Our Lady of F?tima.

With your guide, visit Our Lady of F?tima Sanctuary (Nossa Senhora de F?tima Santuario), a place of worship visited each year by more than four million pilgrims who travel to pay their respects and worship at the shrine. See the Chapel of Apparitions, the place where the Virgin Mary appeared, and see the tombstones of the two of the three shepherd kids who reported the apparition.

You?ll have free time to explore the site at your own pace, enjoy some quiet time on your own and attend mass, if you wish.

Finally, relax in your coach and admire views of the Portuguese countryside on the drive back to Lisbon.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 59.00 | update prices

Lisbon Hop-on Hop-off Tour

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Experience the perfect introduction to Lisbon aboard this hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour! You'll see all the beautiful sights of Lisbon in a comfortable and secure environment, with full commentary provided.

Lisbon is a city of contrasts, and you can experience both the historic and cosmopolitan parts of the city on a choice of two routes.

You will discover the city's sights at your own leisure including the cultural quarter of Belem, the Marques do Pombal Square, the Tower Vasco da Gama and the Lisbon Ocenarium, built in 1998 for the international exhibition.

Buses run every half an hour so you can customize your own tour by hopping on and off at any stop, as many times as you like.

Your ticket is valid on both routes to cover all the sights you would like to visit! Each route makes frequent stops - simply hop off where you want to, and return to any stop to continue your tour.

» Duration: 1 day
» from EUR 18.00 | update prices

Sintra, Cascais and Estoril Coast Half-Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Discover the natural beauty of Portugal on a relaxing afternoon tour from Lisbon. Travel to Estoril, Cascais Bay and Hell's Mouth (Boca do Inferno), and take in views of the Atlantic Ocean on the drive along the Portuguese coast. Continue to the town of Sintra to visit the enchanting National Palace, and admire the Portuguese countryside from your comfortable coach on the drive back to Lisbon.

Meet your local guide in central Lisbon or enjoy pickup from your hotel, and take in views of the Tagus River from your comfortable coach as you head to the coast of Portugal.

When you arrive in Estoril, enjoy a short walking tour around this coastal town with your guide. Continue your journey along the Estoril Coast to Cascais Bay and admire the beautiful beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. Arrive next at Hell's Mouth cliff (Boca do Inferno), a dramatic cliff where the sea water breaks vigorously, and then stop briefly at the nearby Guincho Beach.

Cabo da Roca, Europe's westernmost point on the Portuguese coast, is your next stop (April to October only, weather permitting). See the cape's lighthouse overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean.

Then head inland, and learn interesting facts about Portugal on the drive through Sintra-Cascais Natural Park to National Palace in the town of Sintra. With your guide, tour the palace and learn interesting facts about Portuguese royalty.

On the way back to Lisbon, admire views of the lush Portuguese landscape from your coach.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 56.00 | update prices

Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Experience the natural and historical beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais. Just a few hours from Portugal's capital city, Sintra is a magical place where man and nature exist in perfect harmony. Discover secret caves and trails at Pena Park, admire the natural wonders of Sintra Natural Park and the cliffs of Roca Cape, and visit the whimsical Pena National Palace. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, and stop at Guincho Beach. Walk around Cascais town and bay.

Just a short trip away from Lisbon are the beautiful towns of Sintra and Cascais. Start your tour with the journey to Sintra, which offers views of Queluz Palace. Inspired by the Palace of Versaille, Queluz Palace was once used for royal parties and equestrian shows.

Arrive at Pena Park, where you will be amazed by the variety of trails, trees and other plants. Head to the Queen's Throne for an amazing view of the Pena National Palace (Palacio da Pena) and the Atlantic Ocean, and you'll understand why Queen Maria II loved this spot so much.

Next, feel like Portuguese royalty as you enter the romantic Pena National Palace at the top of Sintra Mountain. See the Great Triton, the guardian of the palace, inspired by Manueline art. Inside the palace, admire the attention to detail in the bedrooms of the king and queen and the Arab Room.
 
Leave the palace and follow your guide to the historical center of Sintra, where you?ll have free time to explore the town, to visit Sintra National Palace (where the Portuguese royalty of the 15th and 16th centuries used to spend the summer months) or have some lunch (own expense). For dessert, try a travesseiro or a queijada, two delicious local pastries.

Next, admire the landscapes of Sintra Natural Park, passing Quinta da Regaleira, Seteais Palace and the Palace of Monserrate on the way. Enjoy a photo opportunity at the cliffs of Roca Cape (Cabo da Roca), the westernmost point of Europe, and visit the surfer's paradise of Guincho Beach. Pass the cliff at Hell?s Mouth (Boca do Inferno), before stopping to stretch your legs along Cascais? bay.

Wander around the center of Cascais, a former fishing village and today a popular holiday spot. Follow your guide through narrow alleyways and see the traditional Portuguese white houses.

On the drive back to Lisbon, the scenic views along the Atlantic coast and in the town of Estoril will amaze you!

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 55.00 | update prices

Fatima, Nazare and Obidos Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Discover the history and natural beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip to F?tima, Nazar? and ?bidos from Lisbon. One of the most important Christian sites in the world, F?tima is home to the Sanctuary of Fatima, which honors the 1917 apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (another name for the Virgin Mary). After your visit, you?ll explore the coastal fishing town of Nazar? and the medieval village of ?bidos, stopping at the Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the way. Enjoy picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean and agricultural landscapes as you travel along the dramatic cliffs of the Portugal coast. Throughout your tour, you?ll learn interesting facts and hear stories from your guide.

While you are in Lisbon, head north on a day trip to the beautiful villages of F?tima, Nazar? and ?bidos. Get comfortable in an air-conditioned vehicle as you start your journey toward the town of F?tima, a once-sleepy rural village that became an important pilgrimage site when three shepherd children reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary in 1917. Visit the Sanctuary of Fatima, a basilica that honors the apparition and attracts millions of Catholic pilgrims every year who go to pay their respects to the shrine.

Next, visit the 14th-century Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that illustrates the rich artistic heritage of the late 1300s. Discover the impressive royal burial site at the basilica?s Founder?s Chapel, where King Jo?o I, Queen Philippa of Lancaster and their son Prince Henry the Navigator were buried.

Take a short break for lunch (own expense) in Nazar?, a quaint fishing town famous for its variety of restaurants and cafes. A popular summer retreat for the Portuguese, the village offers an interesting insight into local life. Next, head to the Nazar? cliffs and continue through the picturesque villages of Foz do Arelho and S?o Martinho do Porto. Admire views of agricultural fields and the Atlantic Ocean as you drive along the dramatic, cliff-lined coast.

Finally, make your way to the medieval village of ?bidos. Founded in 208 BC, ?bidos is commonly known in Portugal as the 'wedding present town', as it was a gift from King Dinis to Queen Isabel on their wedding day in 1282. Follow your guide to one of the numerous wine shops and sample the Ginja liqueur, and then enjoy free time to explore the village?s medieval fortress, narrow streets, colorful houses and Gothic doorways and windows decorated with flowerpots and dazzling tiles. Grab a snack or browse around the tiny shops that offer a varied collection of beautiful handmade ceramic art before making your way back to Lisbon.

» Duration: 9 hours
» from EUR 59.00 | update prices

Experience Lisbon: Small-Group Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
See and taste your way through Lisbon on this three- to four-hour small-group walking tour of the city. With historic highlights, culinary delights and local interaction, this tour offers a unique insight into Portugal's capital. Visit some of Lisbon?s famous squares. Explore vibrant, multicultural neighborhoods. Snack on delicious pastries, fresh seafood and Portuguese wine. Learn about the city's heroes and history-makers. Cross the River Tagus on a ferry, and take in panoramic views of the city.

Begin your walking tour of Lisbon at Restauradores Square, the perfect spot to hear a bit of Lisbon history. Your informative local guide will tell you about Portugal?s Restoration years and what effect this period had on the places you will see during your three- to four-hour tour.

Get on the move by exploring the magnetic neighborhood of Mouraria, a melting pot of cultures and one of the city?s most modern areas, where tourists don't often venture. Pass small churches, mosques and shops selling goods from far-away places. Learn about Fado, Portugal's own music genre that was declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, as you walk past the birthplace of the legendary Maria Severa (Fado?s first superstar).

Next, visit a small, hidden bakery where traditional pastries and coffee will provide you with a tasty treat and another insight into local life in Lisbon. Then, walk past the beautiful Gothic-style Rossio train station, visit Rossio Square (Lisbon?s main square) and find out how much the city has changed since the devastating earthquake of 1755 that destroyed 85 percent of the city.

Continue visiting historical landmarks, churches and other attractions before stopping again for a taste of Portuguese cheese and locally made marmalade. Then see the picturesque Carmo Square with its beautiful Carmo Convent, and walk up to the top of the famous Santa Justa funicular to enjoy wonderful views.

Walk through the trendy old district of Chiado, an aristocratic quarter home to small shopping centers, boutiques, historical cafes and old bookstores. Compare it with Barrio Alto, Lisbon?s bohemian district and the center for nightlife. Then take a short ferry ride on the River Tagus toward the picturesque Cacilhas, where Portuguese green wine and freshly caught seafood awaits. Enjoy magnificent views from the south bank before returning to central Lisbon.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 29.00 | update prices

Lisbon Guided Walking Tour

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Perfect for first-time visitors, this guided walking tour takes you to the major sites of central Lisbon. As you follow your local guide, you will get great insight into the city's history and culture. Experience old Lisbon by walking around the Moorish Alfama neighborhood (the city?s oldest quarter) and taking a trip on one of Lisbon's vintage trams. Admire the Eden Theatre, S? de Lisboa cathedral and the cafes and boutiques of the elegant Chiado neighborhood. Numbers are limited to 20 people on this guided walking tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

Your first stop on your guided walking tour of Lisbon is Rossio Square, the heart of the old and new Lisbon. The square was built in the 19th century and is paved with typical Portuguese cobblestones in the shape of waves. Next, visit Restauradores Square, where an obelisk stands tall, commemorating Portugal?s independence from Spain in 1640.

From here, admire Liberdade Avenue, the Eden Theatre (one of the best examples of Portuguese Art Deco), and the 18th-century Foz Palace. Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of Rossio Central Station, which connects the city to Sintra through a 1.61-mile-long (2.6 km) tunnel and is considered to be one of the most important engineering works of Portugal from the 19th century.

Next, learn about the Carnation Revolution as you visit beautiful Carmo Square, the very place where Portugal?s old dictatorial regime fell in 1974 after 48 years and where the Carmelite's Carmo Convent is located. Then walk through the elegant Chiado neighborhood, with its old caf?s, boutiques, theaters and bookstores. Spend some time in this aristocratic quarter, one of the most interesting pedestrian areas in Lisbon, before enjoying a short trip on one of Lisbon?s vintage trams (fare included).

When you get off the tram, wander through the small squares, twisting streets and blind alleys where the roofs almost touch each other of Alfama, a Moorish neighborhood and the oldest district in Lisbon. This is the birthplace of Fado, Portugal's own musical genre. Learn about this type of music as you pass the Fado Museum and some hidden Fado restaurants.

Then admire the beauty of S? de Lisboa cathedral, the city?s oldest church. End your tour in Commerce Square (Pra?a do Com?rcio), one of Europe?s largest squares that was for centuries a reception hall for visitors arriving by sea.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 15.00 | update prices

Lisbon Sunset Small-Group Walking Tour with Fado Performance

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Watch the sun set over the Tagus River and see Lisbon bathed in the glow of twilight on this small-group walking tour of Lisbon at sunset. Admire the elaborate architecture of the city?s churches and monasteries at dusk, when the changing light highlights shades and features often unnoticeable during the day. Enjoy walking through Lisbon at this hour, when the city changes from the work day to the lively pace of nighttime, and take a fun ride aboard a historic tram. Then enjoy a Fado performance and taste Portuguese delicacies and wine.

Start your Lisbon walking tour by joining your local guide in one of the city's most imposing squares, the Pra?a dos Restauradores. This famous landmark commemorates Portugal?s independence from Spain in 1640 and is a great starting point to discover the city's history and traditions.

Walk along Gates Sant Ant?o street (Rua das Portas de Santo Antao) and past the location where the Sant Ant?o gates (the old city's main entrance) used to be. See the Casa Alentejo, a building that showcases the culture, history, music and food of the Alentejo region of Portugal. Then visit a famous tavern in the city where many Lisbon locals go to.

Step back in time and enjoy a short ride on a vintage tram to Our Lady of the Hills (Nossa Senhora do Monte). From this excellent viewpoint, one of the best-kept secrets of the city, take in sweeping views of the city at sunset. You can also admire the 25th of April Bridge, Cristo Rei statue and the castle of S?o Jorge. Then head to a second viewpoint, Gra?a, where you can enjoy the views while sipping on a refreshing beer (included).

Continue to an ornate church and monastery that are the final resting places of Portugal's past royalty. And then travel deep into the soul of Lisbon in the Alfama neighborhood. This is the oldest quarter in the city, dating back to the Moorish occupation of Lisbon. See its small squares, rustic buildings and dark alleyways as you wander along the winding, cobblestone streets. Stop to soak up the exciting atmosphere of the local taverns and music venues that come to life at the end of the day.

Finish your walking tour at a small restaurant, where you?ll sample traditional Portuguese tapas, Ginjinha liqueur and wine while you listen to the rhythm of Fado, a type of Portuguese music that is a member of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

» Duration: 3 hours
» from EUR 39.00 | update prices

Lisbon Super Saver: 2-Day Lisbon Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings, and Sintra and Cascais Day Trip

[Category: Multi-day & Extended Tours]
This Lisbon Super Saver is a fabulous two-day package combining a best-selling Lisbon walking tour and a best-selling day trip to Sintra and Cascais at a discounted price. Make the most of your time in Lisbon with this combination small-group tour package that includes food and wine tastings and the chance to see some of Portugal?s most beautiful sights!

This package is ideal for travelers with their own accommodation, a tight schedule, and who would like to discover Lisbon, as well as its surrounding towns. This multi-day Super Saver tour will give you a taste of Lisbon?s attractions and culinary delights. You choose which tour you want to do first (you will need two days to do both tours). The best part? Save 10% when you book these tours together!

Experience Lisbon: Small-Group Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings
See and taste your way through Lisbon on this small-group walking tour. Begin at Restauradores Square and explore the neighborhood of Mouraria, a melting pot of cultures where tourists don't often venture.

Next, visit a small bakery where traditional pastries and coffee offer a treat. Walk past the beautiful Gothic-style Rossio train station and visit Rossio Square. Stop for another taste of Portuguese cheese and locally made marmalade. Continue to the picturesque Carmo Square and walk up to the top of the Santa Justa funicular to enjoy wonderful views.

Walk through the old district of Chiado, and then take a short ferry ride on the River Tagus toward Cacilhas, where samples of Portuguese wine and freshly caught seafood await. Enjoy views from the south bank before returning to central Lisbon.

Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon
Experience the natural and historical beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais. Start your tour with the journey to Sintra, which offers views of Queluz Palace, inspired by the Palace of Versailles.

When you arrive at Pena Park, head to the Queen's Throne for an amazing view of Pena National Palace and the Atlantic Ocean. Then enter the whimsical, Romantic-era Pena National Palace to admire the Arab Room and the detailed features of the king?s and queen?s bedrooms.

Continue to the historical center of Sintra, and enjoy free time to explore the town or have some lunch (own expense). Next, admire the landscapes of Sintra Natural Park on your way to the cliffs of Roca Cape and the surfer's paradise of Guincho Beach. Pass the cliff at Hell?s Mouth and stop to stretch your legs along the bay in Cascais.

Wander around the center of Cascais, and then enjoy scenic views of the Atlantic coast and the town of Estoril on the drive back to Lisbon.

Special Offer - Book this trip and save up to 10% compared to booking the two tours separately. - Book Now!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 74.70 | update prices

Lisbon Super Saver: 2-Day Sintra, Cascais, Fatima, Nazare and Obidos Small-Group Day Trips

[Category: Multi-day & Extended Tours]
This Lisbon Super Saver is a fabulous two-day package combining two bestselling Lisbon tours at one discounted price. Make the most of your time in Lisbon with these two small-group day trips; head to Sintra and Cascais one day, and to Fatima, Nazare and Obidos on the other.

This package is ideal for travelers with their own accommodation and a tight schedule ? you can explore Lisbon?s beautiful surrounding towns, and come back to Lisbon at night. You choose which tour you want to do first (you will need two days to do both tours). The best part? You'll receive a 10% discount when you buy these tours together!

Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon
Experience the natural and historical beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais. Start your tour with the journey to Sintra, which offers views of Queluz Palace, inspired by the Palace of Versailles.

When you arrive at Pena Park, head to the Queen's Throne for an amazing view of the Pena National Palace and the Atlantic Ocean. Enter the Romantic-era Pena National Palace to admire the Arab Room and the detailed features in the bedrooms of the king and queen.

Continue to the historical center of Sintra, where you?ll have free time to explore the town or have lunch (own expense). Next, admire the landscapes of Sintra Natural Park on your way to the cliffs of Roca Cape and the surfer's paradise of Guincho Beach. Pass the cliff at Hell?s Mouth and stop to stretch your legs along the bay in Cascais.

Wander around the center of Cascais, and then take in views of the Atlantic coast on the drive back to Lisbon.

Fatima, Nazare and Obidos Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon
Start your day trip in F?tima, home to the famous Sanctuary of Fatima, which honors the 1917 apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (the Virgin Mary). Then, explore the coastal fishing town of Nazar? and take a short break for lunch (own expense).

Next, head to the Nazar? cliffs and make your way to the medieval village of ?bidos. Founded in 208 BC, ?bidos is commonly known in Portugal as the 'wedding present town,' as it was a gift from King Dinis to Queen Isabel on their wedding day in 1282.

Follow your guide to a local wine shop and sample Ginja, a Portuguese liqueur. Then enjoy free time to explore the village?s medieval fortress, narrow streets, and Gothic doorways decorated with dazzling tiles. Grab a snack (own expense) or browse the shops that offer a varied collection of handmade ceramics and art before heading back to Lisbon.

Special Offer - Book this trip and save up to 10% compared to booking the two tours separately. - Book Now!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 102.60 | update prices

Arrabida and Sesimbra Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon with Wine Tasting

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Enjoy time away from Lisbon on a small-group day trip to Arrabida and Sesimbra. Enjoy a drive along the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the longest in Europe. Visit Palmela Castle, then sample four wines at a local winery. Enjoy free time at Portinho da Arrabida Beach and in the fishing village of Sesimbra, and visit Arrabida Natural Park where you can soak in spectacular views of the Atlantic. Relax as you sample two local wines at Casa Museu Jose Maria da Fonseca, one of the oldest wine-producers in Portugal, before heading to Cristo-Rei Sanctuary to admire Lisbon from a distance.

Board your vehicle with your local guide, and leave Lisbon behind as you cross the Tagus River on the Vasco da Gama Bridge. Built for the 1998 Lisbon Universal Exposition, it is the longest bridge in Europe at nearly 11 miles (17 km) long! Visit the beautiful Palmela Castle then head over to a local winery to sample four delicious local wines!

Continue to Arrabida Natural Park and admire picturesque views of the Atlantic as you drive up the mountains to the highest peak at 1,640 feet (500 meters). Then return to sea level at the peaceful Portinho da Arrabida Beach. Relax or go for a swim (weather permitting) during some free time.

Take a break for lunch (own expense) at the fishing village of Sesimbra, famous for its delicious fresh seafood. You can also visit the village?s local beaches or go for a walk around town.

Next, follow your guide to a wine tasting session at Casa Museu Jose Maria da Fonseca, one of the oldest wine-producers in Portugal. Enjoy a guided tour of the winery and sample two wines (included) from a wide selection of regional wines. Here, you can also try the traditional regional sweet torta de azeit?o (small tartlet made from flour, eggs and sugar).

Then make your way through the Palmela wine region, passing vineyards, cork trees and windmills, and drive up the hill to the 8th-century Palmela Castle and Palmela Inn (Pousada de Palmela), where you can enjoy incredible panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Arrabida Natural Park.

Finally, visit the Cristo Rei Sanctuary, inaugurated in 1959 and inspired by the famous Cristo Rei monument in Brazil, and admire Lisbon from a distance before returning to the city.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 55.00 | update prices

Lisbon Small-Group Gourmet Portuguese Food and Wine Tour

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Enjoy the flavors of Portuguese cuisine on a small-group gourmet Portuguese food and wine tour of Lisbon! Visit traditional eateries and taste some of Portugal?s delicacies as your guide gives you tips on how to appreciate Portuguese wine, pastries and food. As you walk through the streets and visit the pastry, wine and cheese shops, sample some of the products and get advice from your guide on where to eat for the rest of your trip!

On this small-group gourmet tour of Lisbon, wind your way through the city?s beautiful streets and get a taste for the local cuisine with stops at traditional restaurants and bars. Tantalize your taste buds with delicacies like petiscos (a variety of small portions of food), bacahlau (dried and salted cod ? one of Portugal's most traditional dishes) and tremoucos (Lupini beans).

Cafe Nicola, one of Lisbon?s greatest cafes, is your first stop. An 18th-century building, it has been the place for literary gathering since it opened. Next, discover why Pastelaria Sui?a in Rossio is such a popular place for pastries, and learn the secrets of success at Manteigaria Silva, open since 1908. Ogle the delicious products on display, such as sausages, hams and cheeses. Here, learn the history of Port, Portugal?s famous fortified wine, as you try it with a piece of delicious S?o Jorge cheese. Later, compare your Port with a typical Portuguese cherry brandy at A Ginjinha, and try a bacahlau cake at Cafe Beira Gare.

If you have a sweet tooth, you will enjoy the walk by Confeitaria Nacional, the oldest confectionery shop in the Baixa district, as your guide leads you to Casa Brasileira. Try the famous pastel de nata (custard tart), one of Portugal's most famous pastries, and learn why many Portuguese sweets have Catholic names.

Then it?s on to Cervejaria da Trindade, once one of the most important convents in Lisbon and now a restaurant famous for its seafood and steaks. Sample a local beer and tremoucos and then head to the garden of S?o Pedro de Alcantara and the steps of Cal?ada do Duque, two areas with a great variety of restaurants and nice views of the city. Finish your gourmet tour with a light meal (local bread, cheese, sausage and other local products) and a glass of Alentejo wine at the Neo-Moorish Casa do Alentejo, a 17th-century palace with one of the most intriguing interiors of the city.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 28.00 | update prices

Private Tour: Fatima Sightseeing

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Head out on a private tour to Fatima, the religious capital of Portugal famous for and its basilica that honors the appearance of Our Lady of Fatima (another name for the Virgin Mary) in 1917. On this private tour, you?ll visit Sanctuary Square, location of the shrine, which is twice the size of St Peters Square in the Vatican ? it?s quite impressive! Your luxury vehicle has a panoramic glass sunroof, allowing you to enjoy excellent views on the trip from Lisbon.

On this private tour from Lisbon, you'll journey north to the town of Fatima, famous for a religious experience three children had about 100 years ago. On May 13, 1917, three peasant children claimed to have seen an apparition of Our Lady of the Rosary (aka Our Lady of Fatima, aka the Blessed Virgin Mary). This event turned this small town, a rocky rural village that produced olive oil, into one of the most important religious sites in the world.

You?ll visit Sanctuary Square, where the basilica commemorates the apparition and protects the mortal remains of the three children. It overlooks the massive square and easily holds the thousands of people who gather here each year. If you?d like, you can light a candle like the pilgrims do in search of the protection of Our Lady of Fatima.

» Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 81.25 | update prices

Lisbon Old Town Small-Group Walking Tour

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Experience Lisbon's old town and see its historic sights on this small-group walking tour. Visit the Moorish quarter of Alfama (the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon) and the multicultural district of Mouraria. Walk by the colorful flea market, St George Castle (Castelo de S?o Jorge), the citadel of Santa Cruz and Portugal's National Pantheon. Plus, jump on a vintage tram, and admire the picturesque city from a spectacular lookout point unknown to many locals!

Your small-group walking tour of Lisbon?s old town starts as you go back in time more than 1,000 years in the Moorish quarter of Alfama, Lisbon?s oldest neighborhood. Like other Arab towns, Alfama was laid out in a maze of narrow, twisting streets and blind alleys with roofs that nearly touch each other to afford protection from the hot sun. Then visit multicultural Mouraria, one of Lisbon?s oldest and most traditional neighborhoods, where you?ll learn about the civilizations that occupied Portugal over the years, from prehistoric settlers to Romans to Moors.

As you walk through the picturesque Martim Moniz Square, discover the tale of Martim Moniz, a knight that became the hero of the Portuguese siege of Lisbon when he participated in the Christian invasion. Then head to Our Lady of the Hill (Miradouro de Nossa Senhora do Monte) viewpoint, where you?ll be one of the privileged few to see the beauty of Lisbon from this 328-foot-high (100 meters) lookout. This viewpoint is somewhat forgotten, and many Lisboners don?t even know it exists! Enter the Chapel of Our Lady to see the story of St Gen?s Chair, a Roman marble chair.

Next, admire the magnificence of Portugal?s Baroque years as you walk pass the National Pantheon and the beautiful St Vincent Church. Visit St George Castle (Castelo de S?o Jorge) and the citadel of Santa Cruz and imagine being there in 1147, when the Portuguese and their allies took the city from the Moors.

Visit the ruins of the Roman Theatre, still being excavated, and visit the Roman Theatre Museum, housed in a 17th-century building. Wander around Feira da Ladra, Lisbon?s flea market, before ending your tour in Campo das Cebolas. Here you can see the House of the Spikes (Casa dos Bicos), a 16th-century palace designed by Manueline architect Francisco de Arruda and one of only three buildings of its kind in Europe.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 15.00 | update prices

Lisbon City by Night and Fado Restaurant Dinner

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]

See Lisbon's beauty at night on an illuminations sightseeing tour. Relax on a comfortable coach and see Lisbon's main landmarks illuminated at night, such as Marqu?s de Pombal Square, Rossio Square, the 25th of April Bridge and the Monument to the Discoveries. Take in views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites of Jer?nimos Monastery and the Bel?m Tower, then head to central Lisbon to enjoy a Portuguese dinner with live Fado music and a folk dance performance.

Head to central Lisbon on your own or enjoy free pickup at your hotel, and meet your local guide for a unique way of experiencing Lisbon.

Start your Lisbon illuminations evening tour at Marqu?s de Pombal Square, where a monument to the Marquis of Pombal stands as a memorial to the important role the marquis played in Lisbon's rebirth in 1755. From your coach, see the beautiful square while hearing interesting details about Portuguese history, including the 1755 earthquake that destroyed two-thirds of the city.
See Lisbon lighting up on the drive along the Avenue da Liberdade, Lisbon's main avenue. Experience Lisbon coming to life at the end of the day as you approach Rossio Square, one of the liveliest areas of the city and located in the heart of Lisbon.

Continue along the waterfront to the Bel?m district, home to the famous Monument to the Discoveries, dedicated to the greatest Portuguese explorers, and the Bel?m Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage monument that commemorates Portugal's role in the discovery of the Americas. In this area, you will also see the Jer?nimos Monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, where many great figures of Portuguese history rest.

Admire views of the 25th of April Bridge -- a suspension bridge spanning the Tagus River -- and see Lisbon's reflections on the water from your comfortable coach on the drive back to central Lisbon.

After your tour of Lisbon at night, follow your guide to a traditional Portuguese restaurant. Sit back and enjoy a delicious Portuguese meal (included), while listening to a live Fado performance (Portugal's own music genre) and a folk dance show. The show finishes at midnight, but you may return to your hotel at your leisure.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 79.00 | update prices

Private Tour to Queluz Palace, Mafra, Ericeira and Sintra - UNESCO World Heritage Site

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

This tour will take you on a journey to some of the many royal residences of Portugal witnessing the history of the monarchs that once ruled one of the oldest nations in Europe. The first stop of the day will be in the Queluz Palace. This once small hunting pavilion was transformed into an exuberant rocaille summer residence and still today is the official residence of the Portuguese President of the Republic guests.

After a stroll in the gardens of the Queluz Palace you will continue your journey to Mafra where something amazing is waiting for you. Starting with plans to a small monastery thanking God for a healthy heir, John V's extravagant wishes led to an enormous structure composed by a Royal Palace, a Monastery and a Basilica in an ensemble of more than 600 rooms, 5200 doors and windows and the largest bells carillon in the world!

After the visit of such an inspiring building it's time to slow down the pace of your tour by having a delightful lunch break in the small fishing town of Ericeira where the waves of the Atlantic will accompany you during your meal.

During the afternoon it will be time to continue your royal journey to Sintra, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In the old city centre the old chalets and small manor houses are the perfect background for a stroll and a look in one the many local handicraft shops.

At the top of the mountain is located one of the highlights of Sintra: the 19th century Pena Palace, one of the extravaganzas of the Portuguese royalty. If you prefer something even older then the Vila Palace is the perfect place showing its antiquity in an outstanding collection of glazed tiles, furniture and paintings. After such a fulfilling day it's time to return back to Lisbon and to your hotel.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 100.00 | update prices

Private Tour to Obidos, Nazare, Alcobaca or Batalha and Fatima

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]
This West Region tour allows you to learn about the patrimonial 'masterpieces' of Portugal. You have as an option to visit Alcobaca or Batalha. Included in this tour is a visit to Fatima, the religious capital of Portugal, and an essential place to visit for many people. However, if religion doesn't interest you, you can visit both Batalha and Alcobaca instead.

Start with a visit to Fatima and its Sanctuary, the site where Our Lady of Fatima appeared in 1917. Since then, millions of pilgrims go there to pay their promises to pray or just to feel its mystical strength! The Sanctuary Square is so big that it can only be described by numbers: it can receive simultaneously 300,000 visitors and it's twice the size of St. Peter's Square in the Vatican.

From Fatima, continue to the Monastery of Batalha, (or Alcobaca as an option) the biggest example in Portugal of the late gothic Portuguese style, where you can find a mix of the gothic style with the Manuelino Art - symbol of the Portuguese maritime expansion. If you choose to go to Alcobaca instead then you will visit the famous 12th century monastery. This monastery is not only a beautiful architectural example, but it also has the monuments in memory of King D. Pedro I and D. Ines de Castro.

After lunch in the fishing village of Nazare, your last stop of the day will invite you to travel back in time to the true medieval town of Obidos. In Obidos all of this royal tradition of Portuguese Kings and Queens was kept till today including the old wall that surrounds the city.

As this tour is private, you have some choices:

  • Alcobaca or Batalha - For those who wish to visit Fatima.
  • Alcobaca and Batalha - for those who do not wish to visit Fatima.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 115.63 | update prices

Lisbon River Sightseeing Cruise

[Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours]
See Lisbon from a different angle as you take a leisurely two-hour cruise down the Tagus River. Relax on the boat as you drift past Lisbon's monuments scattered along the waterfront, such as the Park of the Nations (Parque das Na??es), the Monument of the Discoveries and the 25th of April Bridge. Take in views of the beautiful St George Castle (Castelo de S?o Jorge), S?o Vicente Monastery and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jer?nimos Monastery, which overlook the Tagus River from the Lisbon hills.

Discover the beauty of Lisbon from a different point of view -- from the Tagus River! Meet your local representative in central Lisbon or enjoy pickup from your Lisbon hotel, then take in views of the city as you head to the riverfront. On the drive down the Avenida da Liberdade, the biggest in the city, admire views of the Alfama district -- the oldest in Lisbon -- and Bairro Alto.

Continue along the waterfront, where you will get a panoramic view of the wide Tagus River before you change to a smooth-sailing, comfortable boat for your sightseeing cruise in Lisbon.

Relax as you enjoy panoramic views of the lush Park of the Nations (Parque das Na??es), in the modern part of Lisbon where the 1998 Universal Expo was held, and the glass Ocean?rio (Lisbon's aquarium).

Admire views of St George Castle (Castelo de S?o Jorge), S?o Vicente Monastery and beautiful parks overlooking the Tagus River. Enjoy plenty of photo opportunities as the cruise takes you south of the river, passing the beautiful southern part of the Bairro Alto and Alfama districts.

As you get closer to the Bel?m district, see the Monument of the Discoveries, which commemorates Portugal's important role in the discovery of the Americas, and the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Jer?nimos Monastery and Bel?m Tower. Your sightseeing cruise will finish in this area, so you will have the opportunity to visit the monuments at your own leisure and expense.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 31.00 | update prices

Alentejo Wine Region and Evora Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

Explore the historic town of ?vora and the beautiful Alentejo wine region on a day trip from Lisbon. Enjoy a guided walking tour of ?vora, a UNESCO World Heritage town, and see landmarks like the Roman Temple, the Romanesque Gothic cathedral and the Bones Chapel. Take in views of the Alentejo wine region on the drive to Azetaio, where you will visit a wine cellar and enjoy a wine tasting.

Meet your local guide in central Lisbon or enjoy free pickup from your Lisbon hotel, and head out on an exciting journey into Portugal's countryside. Relax on your comfortable coach on the drive out of Lisbon, and take in views of the Tagus River and the 25th of April Bridge ? Europe's longest suspension bridge ? as you leave the city behind.

Admire the lush Portuguese countryside on a scenic drive through cork and olive forests toward the fabled town of ?vora, the capital of the Alentejo region, located 81 miles (130 km) southeast of Lisbon. When you arrive, enjoy a walking tour of this UNESCO World Heritage town with your guide. Explore the diverse heritage that ?vora offers, including the ruins of the Roman Temple, the Romanesque Gothic cathedral, the Bones Chapel and ?vora's university.

Next, enjoy free time to explore ?vora's charming streets on your own and have a traditional Portuguese lunch at a local restaurant (included).

Sit back and relax on your coach as you continue your full-day tour through the Alentejo region. In Azetaio, stop at a renowned wine cellar that has been producing wines for over a century. Enjoy a guided tour of the winery and finish with a wine tasting of the famous Moscatel de Set?bal, before you return to your hotel in Lisbon.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 81.00 | update prices

Private Tour of Lisbon, Estoril Coast and Sintra - UNESCO World Heritage Site

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]
If you have only a day to discover the city, indulge in a private tour of Lisbon combined with a visit to Sintra, a World Heritage town nestled beautifully in an array of hills, and a drive through the breathtaking coastline of Estoril, a popular seaside resort area. This private tour is the perfect combination if you are short on time - in just one day you?ll see the best of coastal Portugal, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

Start your private tour from Lisbon by exploring Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed town with fantastic architecture. Wander through its narrow streets before heading to the top of the mountain to visit the 19th-century extravaganza of King Ferdinand - the Pena National Palace, known for its rare combination of Romanticist architectural styles and colors.

Then relax during a journey along the Estoril Coast. Your starting point will be the small historical center of Cascais, where the fishing tradition of the past still exists today. From here you will continue along the coast and beautiful beaches of Estoril, gazing at the big blue Atlantic Ocean as you make your way back to Lisbon.

In Lisbon, you?ll spend the afternoon exploring all the busy main squares that make this city a gorgeous European capital. At the top of the highest hill of Lisbon, you will find the Castle of Saint George, with an astonishing view of Lisbon and the old Moorish quarter of Alfama.

Lisbon is nowadays just the capital of Portugal, but it is one of the world?s oldest cities in the world and was once the center of a huge empire that comprised half the planet! Many of the adventurous Portuguese explorers throughout history departed from the next area that you will visit - the district of Bel?m. Bel?m?s most famous features are the 16th-century Tower of Bel?m and the Jer?nimos Monastery. You?ll also see Monument to the Discoveries, erected in 1960 to honor the 500th anniversary of the death of Henry the Navigator.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 100.00 | update prices

Private Tour: Lisbon Sightseeing

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Get to know the city on a private tour! Accompanied by an expert English-speaking guide, you will explore Lisbon, the City of Seven Hills, which lies on the banks of the Tagus River. A private tour ensures you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

Start your private tour in Lisbon by exploring some of the city squares that make Lisbon such a gorgeous and bustling European capital. Then head to the top of Park Eduardo VII, where you?ll get a wonderful panorama of this 1,000-year-old city.

At the top of the highest hill of Lisbon, you will visit the Castle of Saint George, from where you?ll enjoy an astonishing view of the city. You?ll also visit the old Moorish quarter of Alfama, where time has made few changes and where modern life marches on in the narrow cobbled streets and old, quaint houses.

Lisbon is nowadays just the capital of Portugal, but it is one of the world?s oldest cities and was once the center of a huge empire that comprised half the planet! Many of the adventurous Portuguese explorers throughout history departed from the next area you will visit -- the district of Belem. Belem?s most famous features are the 16th-century Tower of Belem and the Jer?nimos Monastery. You?ll also see Monument to the Discoveries, erected in 1960 to honor the 500th anniversary of the death of Henry the Navigator.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 67.71 | update prices

Lisbon Airport Private Arrival Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]

Travel from Lisbon International Airport to your Lisbon city, Estoril or Cascais hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a private transfer so the price is the same for groups of:

  • 1 to 3 people
  • 4 to 8 people

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Lisbon city, Estoril or Cascais hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

It's that easy!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 8.64 | update prices

6-Day North Portugal Tour: Porto, Braga, Fatima, Coimbra, Guimaraes, Aveiro and Batalha, from Lisbon

[Category: Multi-day & Extended Tours]
Explore northern Portugal on a six-day tour. Departing from Lisbon, discover important cities like Porto and Braga, as well as historical locations like Coimbra, Guimar?es, ?bidos and Aveiro. See remarkable religious sites like the Batalha Monastery, Our Lady of F?tima Sanctuary and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Convent of Christ in Tomar. Take in views of Portuguese vineyards and coastal roads from your coach, and have plenty of free time during the day and night to discover more on your own.

Experience northern Portugal on this six-day tour from Lisbon to the country's renowned cities and historical monuments. Discover ?bidos, a beautiful medieval village; Aveiro, known as the Venice of Portugal; and Coimbra, home to one of the most ancient universities in the world and the beautiful Mateus Palace gardens. Spend time in Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit the city's Stock Exchange Palace and St Francisco Church. See historical monuments like the Batalha Monastery (Mosteiro Santa Maria da Vit?ria), the Alcoba?a Monastery, the Cathedral of Braga, Amarante's S?o Gon?alo Convent, Our Lady of F?tima Sanctuary and the Convent of Christ in Tomar.

During your six-day tour you will learn interesting facts about the attractions and cities from your guide, who will lead you through the main sights of the locations you visit. You will also have free time to explore more on your own in the towns of Nazar?, Guimar?es, Barcelos, Viseu and Tomar.

Five nights of accommodation in superior-class hotels and five continental or buffet breakfasts are included.

Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

» Duration: 6 days
» from EUR 790.00 | update prices

Lisbon Airport Shared Arrival Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
Travel from Lisbon International Airport to your Lisbon city or Lisbon coast hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Transfers are available to the following coastal areas:

  • Estoril
  • Cascais
  • Carcavelos
  • Costa Caparica
  • Sintra
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Lisbon city or coast hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

It's that easy!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 11.10 | update prices

Small-Group Tour: Knights Templar Historical Tour from Lisbon

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
On this historical tour from Lisbon, spend a lovely day in the charming Portuguese villages of Const?ncia, Tomar and Our?m and discover the history of the Knights Templar, a Christian military order that played an important role in the great battles of Europe during the Middle Ages. Visit Almourol Castle, built by the Knights Templar, and the Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former Templar stronghold. This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring a personalized and valuable experience with your guide.


Departing from Central Lisbon, head to one of the most mystical places in Portugal, Almourol Castle, which was built by the Knights Templar to defend the boundary line below the Tagus River. Take a boat ride on the river to the castle, where you?ll have half an hour to explore and soak up the medieval atmosphere.

Next, enjoy the drive in a comfortable minivan to the beautiful village of Const?ncia, known for being one of the places frequented by famous Portuguese poet Lu?s Vaz de Cam?es, who wrote the epic poem Os Lus?adas. With your expert guide, take a walk in Parque Const?ncia, one of the most magnificent parks in this region of Portugal, and enjoy the contact with nature, just like the Templar Knights did.

Your next stop is the beautiful city of Tomar, one of Portugal?s historical gems. The city was built according to the rules of the Knights Templar, with four religious monuments constructed around the city to form a perfect crucifix. The most impressive of these monuments is the ensemble of the Castle of Tomar and the Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built by the Templars in the 12th century. Visit the castle and convent with your guide. You'll spend a good part of your day in Tomar, where you can enjoy lunch at a local eatery (own expense) and walk to popular Tomar attractions like the Gothic-style Church of Santa Maria do Olival, built in the 12th century as the pantheon for the Knights Templar.

Finally, make your way to the last stop of your day trip ? Our?m ? a small town with a Templar castle that was used for the defense of the territory until the 14th century and used by the Counts of Our?m as a private residence. Take in views of the castle, considered to be one of the most beautiful castles in Portugal.

Before returning to Lisbon in your comfortable minivan, toast your fascinating day trip with a sample of Ginja, a Portuguese liqueur (included).

» Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 70.00 | update prices

Sintra, Pena Palace and Cascais Half-Day Trip from Lisbon

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Enjoy a half-day trip from Lisbon to Sintra to see one of Portugal?s most popular attractions, the massive, gorgeous Pena Palace (Pal?cio da Pena), perfectly located on top of a hill. You will enjoy a guided tour of the palace and learn interesting facts about Portuguese history. Then visit Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point in mainland Europe, and Cascais, a beautiful little town full of beaches.

From Lisbon, head west to Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and so-called fairytale town due to its hills, palaces and villas.

Your guide will lead you on a 1,5-hour tour through the famous Pena Palace (Pal?cio da Pena), a whimsical Romanticist palace that dates back to the 1840s and was a monastery and summer residence of Portuguese kings and queens. Admire the Victorian and Edwardian furniture and the beautiful, detailed decor. See the majestic ballroom and imagine the aristocrats who once danced there in grand dresses and suits. Sneak a peek in the Arab Room, where tremendous paintings cover the walls and ceiling. Then take a walk through the Pena Park and enjoy the royal air while you see the huge variety of trees and exotic plants.

You'll have 20 minutes of free time in Sintra. Spend them by either visiting the Sintra National Palace (Pal?cio da Vila) or enjoying a cup of good coffee with typical pastries such as ?travesseiros? or ?queijadas de Sintra?.

Continue your tour to Cabo da Roca (March to October only), a dramatic cliff famous for being Europe's westernmost point. Enjoy the 20-minute break and take pictures of the beautiful landscape and the cape?s small lighthouse.

Your last 10-minute stop is Cascais, a former fishing village and preferred resort for European royals in the early 20th century. Stroll along one of the small beaches before heading back to Lisbon.

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» Duration: 5 hours
» from EUR 37.80 | update prices

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