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Day-by-Day Program

Overnight flight to Lisbon.

Arrival at Lisbon International Airport where one of our team will be waiting for you.

Welcome to the beautiful city of Lisbon, the city of the 7 hills and light colours.
Clients will visit the classical Lisbon: the old Lisbon around the castle and small ancient quarters surrounding it.

Lisbon is the capital and largest city in Portugal, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the river Tagus. This is the city of the “Fado” song, with beautiful palaces covered with azulejos (the characteristic painted tiles), and the winding alleys crossed by trams (electric cable cars).

Stop for a visit to Lisbon Castle, overlooking the city of Lisbon with its breathtaking view, followed by a nice lunch in the castle, with its stunning view.

In the afternoon, walk down the castle hill until Lisbon downtown (Baixa).
During the walk pass by the medieval quarters of Alfama and Mouraria, passing by the Lisbon’s Cathedral (Sé) for a visit. It is the oldest church in the city (the construction began in the year of 1147).

Learn from our guide about the Siege of Lisbon in 1147 that brought Lisbon under Portuguese control and expelled its Moorish overlord. Admire the city and the Tagus from the breathtaking viewpoint, snap some photos of Lisbon’s orange roofs and colorful facades covered with azulejo tiles.

Continue down until Rossio Square, rebuilt in the 18th-century after the 1755 earthquake.

Follow the path until the river, going down util Praça do Comércio (commerce square) with statue of King José I in the centre and the Triumphal Arch. Find out how they played a role in the cityʼs development.

For the Welcome Dinner at Museu da Cerveja Restaurant, located in the downtown of the city, famous by its codfish cakes (pastel de bacalhau). It is a unique gastronomic experience. Here one can try the excellent Portuguese cuisine, the famous codfish and the local Beer also famous by its quality.

Overnight in a hotel in Lisbon.


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After breakfast – Full Day tour of Lisbon

Learn about Lisbon’s downtown “Baixa”, Avenida da Liberdade, Restauradores square and Rossio Square and Train Station, with the stories behind each of these points. Then enter São Domingos church, classified as a National Monument, to see the altar of Our Lady of Fatima and the signs of the fire of 1959.

Time to make a stop and sip a ginjinha with locals (not included in the price) at the counter and get to know about the Lisbon Massacre, happened in April 1506.

Continue to the Figueira square, Rua Augusta and the 19th-century Santa Justa lift.

Next, head to Chiado and Bairro Alto districts, the most cosmopolitan and sophisticated area of the town. Standing near Carmo church, learn from your guide about Lisbonʼs devastating earthquake of 1755. Here youʼll also see the 17th century Sao Roque church with its magnificent baroque interior. Finally, arrive at miradouro Sao Pedro de Alcantara (viewpoint) to enjoy the fine views of Avenida da Liberdade, Alfama, the castle and the surrounding area. From this miradouro, you can quickly walk to any number of cafes and restaurants for lunch or head to Principe Real to see another aspect of the neighborhood.

We will stop for lunch at the famous Cervejaria da Trindade with the tasty steaks with Portuguese sauce.

Here enter a private Lisbon Tram (Eletrico) and ride it along the beautiful streets of this city until the Belém quarters, on the western extreme of the city. Here stop for a taste of the traditional Custard Cakes (Pasteis de Belém). Continue to the Jerónimos Monastery (masterpieces of Manueline architecture and classified in UNESCO’s International Heritage list) and the modern Cultural Center of Belém covered in its façade in typical Portuguese marble, as well as the Belém Tower, a sentinel over the Tagus River that protected for many years the entrance of Lisbon via the river.

At night, Dinner at Restaurant Doca de Santo, located by the river Tejo, with views to the stunning 25 April Bridge and the river, side by side to many other restaurants and bars in the Docas area.

Overnight in a hotel in Lisbon.


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After breakfast, we recommend spending the day visiting the highlights near the city.
Sintra is considered one of the most beautiful Portuguese villages not only for its natural beauty – Sintra Mountain Range (a natural reserve, considered World Heritage Site), lush vegetation…, but also for its historical background. Sintra was a sacred spot for Celts who named the area, as the “Mountains of the Moon”. In the 18th century, Sintra became the haunt of the aristocracy, poets, and artists from all over Europe and continues the reputation today. Sintra was for six centuries the favourite summer residence of the Portuguese kings and aristocracy, who were attracted by the beauty of the town’s setting.
Visit to its National Royal Palace and some free time to walk around an try the famous Travesseiros (pillow-cases egg cakes).

Lunch in the iconic Restaurante Café Paris in Sintra with its famous Portuguese and International cuisine, a must stop in town.

Then on to Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of Continental Europe. Along the rocky coast road of Guincho with its beautiful beaches return to Lisbon passing through Cascais, an old fishing village, today an elegant resort, friendly atmosphere, restaurants, and shops (walk around Cascais) and Estoril, a luxury residential area, which boasts the only Casino in Lisbon area.

At night, Dinner in a typical Fado Restaurant in Alfama Quarters, the Casa de Linhares. The Fado, a Portuguese national music, expresses all kinds of feelings in its music and lyrics. A great night to feel the Portuguese vibe through a song with nice Portuguese meal.

Overnight in a hotel in Lisbon.


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After breakfast, today we follow to the west coast of Portugal and in direction of Coimbra.

First, we visit the medieval town of Óbidos, which is surrounded by the mighty wall belt of the centuries-old Moorish castle. The town has a great wealth of sacred architecture and is known for its picturesque white houses with wrought-iron balconies.

The journey continues to Nazaré, a fishing village with a spectacular white sandy beach. In this place you can still see fishermen mending their nets or drying the caught fish on the beach by their colorful boats. Nazaré is a popular tourist destination because of its pretty fishermen’s houses and steep cliffs above an intense blue sea. Time for a lunch break in a typical fish restaurant in Nazaré.

Our drive continues to Fatima, the iconic religious catholic place in Portugal, famous for the apparitions of our Lady of Fátima. Time for a visit to the Basilica and the candles procession area and cult.

Continue to Coimbra, just by the banks of the River Mondego, known also for its University, the oldest in Portugal and one of the oldest in Europe, which over time has moulded its image into “the city of students”. Time for a visit to the University of Coimbra, followed by walking down the narrow streets of the city with a until reaching the riverside.

After the visit continue to Porto.
Upon arrival dinner in the riverside of the city, overlooking the old city and the Port wine cellars across the river, in Vila Nova de Gaia.

Visit and Dinner in the Yeatman hotel overlooking the city of Porto. This location offers great views over the city as well as an hotel with 5 starts services and hospitality.

Overnight in Porto.


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Breakfast at the Hotel.

In the morning visit to the center of the city with a stop in the iconic Porto Cathedral, overlooking the city of Porto. Continue to the city center, passing by the Santa Catarina Street with its local shops until the Bolhão Market, the most famous market in town, where it was just renovated.

Time for lunch in the typical Restaurant Abadia in the heart of Porto city, famous for its typical Porto and Portuguese cuisine.

Walk down the narrow streets of the old quarters of Porto until the riverside with the former Porto Stock Exchange Commercial Palace with its beautiful rooms, especially the fantastic Arabic room for a visit.

Continue for a cruise along the River Douro by a typical “Rabelo” boat – 50 minutes ride overlong the two Porto riverbanks and its housing on the city sloaps. Visit to one of the famous Port Wine Cellars and wine tasting. Here are stored the most famous Port Wines, which mature under the characteristically red colored roofs, that dominate the heart of the city.

Dinner in the famous Restaurant Chez Lapin, a typical restaurant in Porto city, where famous national and international celebreties have eaten in here, and the food is of great quality.

Overnight in Porto.


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Breakfast at the Hotel and drive towards the Douro valley.

Classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2001, the Alto Douro Wine Region is a particularly representative area of the landscape that characterises the vast Douro Demarcated Region, the oldest regulated wine-growing region in the world.

The cultural landscape of the Alto Douro combines the monumental nature of the Douro river valley, made up of steep slopes and poor, rugged soils, with the ancestral and continuous action of man, adapting the space to the Mediterranean-type agricultural needs that the region supports. This intimate relationship between human activity and nature has made it possible to create an ecosystem of unique value, where the characteristics of the terrain are used to exemplary effect, with the landscape modelled in terraces, preserving it from erosion and allowing the cultivation of vines.

The region produces the famous Port wine and is the main driver of technology, culture, traditions, and the local economy.

Visit to Quinta da Pacheca and wine tasting followed by lunch.

After lunch continue to Quinta da Aveleda wine estate where the unique green wine is produced.
Time for a visit and wine taste and return to Porto.

For farewell Dinner we propose the beautiful Restaurant Praia da Luz, located by the beach in Porto, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in a glass spot. Great restaurant with Portuguese and International cuisine, where we can relax and think about the great experience we had in Portugal.

Overnight in Porto.


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Breakfast at the Hotel and free time for shopping or to rest.

Transfer Porto International Airport for the flight back home.


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Participation Costs


Oct 23 – 27 (Lima – Sacred Valley – Cusco – Machu Picchu)


Special Rates:

Travel advisors: USD 1200 per person on twin share

Travel companion: USD 1450 per person on twin share

Single supplement: USD 400 for the travel advisor


Optional extension to Puno: Oct 28-30

Travel advisors: USD 550 per person on twin share

Travel companion: USD 700 per person on twin share

Single supplement: USD 200 for the travel advisor


Optional extension with Delfin River Cruises: Oct 28 – Nov 1

Travel advisors: USD 890 per person on twin share

Travel companion: USD 990 per person on twin share


Single supplement: USD 150 for the travel advisor (for the land component only. An additional single supplement will apply for Delfin)