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Southern of Portugal Private Tour

Thursday, 20 November 2014 00:00
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Tour Details

Day 01: Arrive in Lisbon International Airport. Meet by local guide/rep at after immigration and custom clearance. Transfer from Airport to your Hotel in Lisbon.

Day 02: Morning departure towards Sesimbra, old fishing village and brief visit to his castle with stunning views. Then pass AZEITÃO village, where a landscape of olive groves, vineyards and oak trees prevail. Indulge in a tasting of feta cheese accompanied by a drink in the historic cellars of José Maria da Fonseca, which produce Periquita, a Moscatel wine and more than 40 brands of wine. During the view get to know a little more of its 100 years old and its secrets. This is a region known for its sweets, the famous "Torta de Azeitão". Even if we may of interest to visit the workshop of St. Simon to understand the manufacturing process of handmade Portuguese tiles as well as ceramic and porcelain Vila Fresca. Through Arrábida with spectacular views over the Atlantic and the peninsula of Troia follow towards Évora where we end our tour.

Day 03: The tour starts in the morning with the beautiful medieval city of Évora, the historical center, in Alentejo, an area that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, and where you can visit monuments like: the Cathedral, Roman Temple, the Church of St. Francis and its Chapel of Bones. After lunch we continue towards Reguengos de Monsaraz to visit one of the largest estates in the country in wine production. After lunch, we went towards the typical walled town of Monsaraz with a stunning view on the dam alqueva. Our journey continues to Vila Viçosa.

Day 04: Make a visit to this beautiful village and the Ducal Palace, once occupied by Romans and Muslims, this village has acquired a lot of importance to the early 4th Dynasty "Bragança" when the recent King D. João IV made the donation of his Crown of Our Lady da Conceição, which can still be seen today in the Church. Our route continues to the town of Marble, Estremoz. Here you will experience the local cuisine at the Pousada Rainha Santa Isabel or any other local restaurant. After lunch we went to Alter do Chão, land of strong equestrian traditions. Visit the stud farm (optional), and continued to Marvão.

Day 05: After breakfast, our day will be dedicated to places with strong connections to Judaism. We begin with a walking tour inside this village within the ancient walls of the Castle. Continue to Castelo de Vide village during the Inquisition in Spain, grew with the coming of the Jewish people who were keeping their customs and traditions to the present day. Here we visit the synagogue and the castle which still retains its well-preserved town. Then continue to take where we can visit the Templar Castle and the Convent of Christ, Sec. XII, as well as the oldest synagogue in Portugal, Sec. XV. Return to Lisbon.

Day 06: After breakfast, visit the most exciting city in the moment, Lisbon. Here we discover destroyed by the earthquake (Lower) of the older neighborhoods like Alfama, Castelo and Bairro Alto, a town linked to the Portuguese Discoveries (Bethlehem) and the chic Chiado and Liberty Avenue. While in Lisbon, dining in a good home Fado is a must. So tonight we will take to enjoy the traditional Portuguese music, considered a world heritage site.

Day 07: This day, not to escape the rule, will be full of culture and visit some of the most beautiful palaces in the country, in the famous village of Sintra considered by UNESCO as World Heritage. Here we will have time to visit landmarks such as the Palace of Queluz, built by D. Maria I, the Palace of Sintra, the Century. XIV century Pena Palace. XIX which looks like a fairytale palace and the lush Regaleira Estate with its lush gardens and tunnels. After the fantastic Sintra, we went to the most western point of continental Europe, Cabo da Roca. We continue our tour towards Cascais, Estoril and former fishing village, village well known for the largest casino in Europe, and during the 2nd World War as a place of spies, face neutral position it held during this period.

Day 08: Transfer from your Hotel to the Lisbon International Airport.

 

Sailing trip in Tejo, Lisboa

Monday, 17 November 2014 00:00
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Enjoy the best views of Lisbon, sailing aboard a comfortable and modern sailboat.
Leaving to the Padrão dos Descobrimentos and Praça do Comércio until Alfama, passing under the bridge April 25 and the Cristo Rei.

Discover the city from a different perspective, sailing on the calm waters of the Tejo river for about two hours.

Additional Information

Minimum number of participants: 2 

Maximum number of participants: 6 Persons

Participants must bring appropriate sport footwear with white sole.

Northern of Portugal - Private Tour

Thursday, 25 September 2014 00:00
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Tour Details

Day 01: Arrive in Lisbon International Airport. Meet by local guide/rep at after immigration and custom clearance. Transfer from Airport to your Hotel in Lisbon.

Day 02: Breakfast in hotel. Fullday to Fátima and Coimbra Tour. Pick up from hotel by air-conditioned and luxury vehicle and our tour starts in the morning from Lisbon towards the Sanctuary of Fatima, where one can visit the Basilica and the tombs of the three seers, the Chapel of the Apparitions. Then we will go to Coimbra. This city known to have one of the oldest universities in the world. Here it is almost mandatory to visit the University, where we can see the Baroque Library, Chapel of St. Michael, Salon exams, Capelos room, the iron door with kings who introduced studies in Portugal. Coimbra was also the birthplace of birth of six kings of Portugal and the First Dynasty. This city of narrow streets, courtyards, stairs and medieval arches, washed by the river Mondego has a historical, architectural and cultural heritage now recognized by UNESCO. You can also visit the Old Cathedral, the Monastery of Santa Cruz and Santa Clara a Velha monastery, now fully recovered. Regarding our suggestion for dinner is delicious piglet of Aveiro.

Day 03: Breakfast in hotel. After breakfast we went to the fantastic city of Oporto where we will visit and get to know what this city has to offer. Monuments and museums such as the Stock Exchange Palace, built by merchants of the city, the Tower of the Clergy, the Church of San Francisco and its gilded carvings, the train station of Saint Benedict and Carmo Church, with its tiles and the Cathedral See. On a visit to the Oporto, it is mandatory to make a stop at one of the busiest and most congested of Commerce in lush Café Magestic streets. Time yet for a brief stop at one of the largest reference libraries worldwide, Lello. Being in the Douro river and a visit to the cellars and see the process of wine production, will be a fantastic experience and maybe even lunch in one of these wineries. After lunch nothing like walking through the backstreets of Ribeira, classified as world heritage by UNESCO.

Day 04: Our suggestion for this day will be leaving in the morning toward from Porto Vila Real and visit the fantastic Mateus Palace closely associated with Mateus Rosé wine. We proceeded to the Pinhão where you can enjoy a delicious lunch with the local cuisine and visit one of the farms which produces the best wines of Porto and the famous table wine. We continue our journey towards the Peso da Régua along the Douro River where we make several stops until reaching the Oporto. At night if it pleases you we may do an overview of the beautiful city of Oporto and Matosinhos Dinner, known for its meals of fish and seafood. We spent the night in the hotel in Oporto.

Optional - Our suggestion for this day would be to take a cruise on the Douro River to the Peso da Régua and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the river, with its vineyards. This small town time to indulge in the cuisine and wines of the region. The return to Oporto will be done by train. At night if it pleases you we may do an overview of the beautiful city of Oporto and Matosinhos Dinner, known for its meals of fish and seafood. We spent the night in the hotel in Oporto.

Day 05: On this day, we decided to head further north to leaving in the morning towards Guimarães, Braga and Ponte de Lima.
Braga, formerly the city of the Romans and later "town of the archbishops," is one of the main religious centers of Portugal, which strongly dominates the Baroque. Here we find monuments like the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus de Braga, the tiles Raio Palace, its imposing cathedral and via sacra and its historic center. After lunch we continue our trip to Guimarães, considered the cradle of Portugal. Here was born the first king of Portugal D. Afonso Henriques. This city offers its visitors a magnificent historic center classified World Heritage by UNESCO (2001). In fact we can actually see the font where he was baptized and King of the Castle of Guimarães. Well known over the city as European Capital of Culture in 2012, where one can appreciate the evolution of a city of medieval origin that retains its authenticity today. We follow Ponte de Lima, the oldest town in Portugal, where we can appreciate the bridge of Roman origin and the narrow alleyways.

Day 06: Departure in the morning towards the coastal area of Aveiro, considered by many to a lesser extent the Venice of Portugal for its canals and boats "Moliceiros". After a brief stop in this town, we went to Nazaré, a village today with strong fishing traditions, this activity is one of the main industries in the region. After lunch we went to Lisbon with a stop in one of the most beautiful villages of Portugal, Óbidos. This walled town of Moorish origin underwent profound transformations in the century. XIV when King D. Dinis gave to his wife, Queen Santa Isabel, as a wedding gift.

Day 07: After breakfast, visit the most exciting city in the moment, Lisbon. Here we discover destroyed by the earthquake (Lower) of the older neighborhoods like Alfama, Castelo and Bairro Alto, a town linked to the Portuguese Discoveries (Belém) and the chic Chiado and Liberty Avenue. Being a good dinner in Lisbon fado house is a must. So tonight we will take to enjoy the traditional Portuguese music, considered a world heritage site.

Day 08: This day, not to evade the rule, will be full of culture and visit some of the most beautiful palaces in the country, in the famous village of Sintra considered by UNESCO as World Heritage. Here we will have time to visit landmarks such as the Palace of Queluz, built by D. Maria I, the Palace of Sintra, the Century. XIV century Pena Palace. XIX which looks like a fairytale palace and the lush Regaleira Estate with its lush gardens and tunnels. After the fantastic Sintra, we went to the most westerly point of continental Europe, Cabo da Roca. We continue our tour in the direction Cascais, Estoril and former fishing village, village well known for the largest casino in Europe, and during the 2nd World War as a place of spies, face neutral position it held during this period.

Day 09: This being the last day in Portugal, we suggest taking this day to do some shopping and learn from Lisbon on foot, and even maybe catch the tram to go back in time.

Day 10: Transfer from your Hotel in Lisbon to the Lisbon International Airport.

 

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