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World Heritage by Unesco Sites

Price 3990€ 11 Days
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World Heritage by Unesco Sites

3990€ per person
11 Days
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable clothing, hat and warm jacket, depending on the time of the year
  • Included
    Entrance Tickets
    Personal Guide
    Personalized itinerary
  • Not Included
    International Flights
    Shared tours
    Tourist Tax
    Travel Insurance
Day 1: Welcome to Portugal
Arrival at Lisbon airport. Welcome at the airport where your driver will be waiting for you, to take you to your hotel. Free afternoon to recover from jet lag or simply stroll around the city. Overnight in Lisbon
Day 2: Lisbon
Today, with your private guide, you'll discover Lisbon. Lisbon, the city of the seven hills, will seduce you in every neighborhood, on every street. It’s old. It’s modern. It is, without doubt, always surprising. It's a cosmopolitan city with so much to see and do that it is difficult to have enough time to see everything you want. For today, we suggest a selection of things from amongst all those you can do, which cannot be missed in the Portuguese capital. Start with the historic Alfama and Castelo districts, with one of the most fabulous views over the city and the river. Follow towards Belém, the neighborhood of the Discoveries, with the Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery, both World Heritage. In Chiado and Bairro Alto, the most bohemian part of the town, stroll around, feel the atmosphere and do some shopping. In the evening, have a typical dinner at a Fado house while enjoying a Fado performance. Whether or not you like the style of music, dinner by candlelight listening to fado in Lisbon is unmissable. Overnight in Lisbon
Day 3: Sintra
Sintra, the Mountain of the Moon, is a place full of magic and mystery. The town and the northern slope of the Serra de Sintra has wonderful natural characteristics and impressive historic landmarks, which you'll discover your private guide. It's difficult to see all of Sintra has to offer in one single day, so our suggestion goes to one of the most romantic palaces in Portugal, the Pena Palace, a fancy, revivalist reconstruction built in the Romantic period. Another option is the Palácio and Quinta da Regaleira, boasting impressive decorations laden with Masonic references. On the way back to Lisbon, stop in westernmost point of mainland Europe, Cabo da Roca. Continue your journey towards, Cascais and Estoril, one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic places in Portugal. It’s worth going on a stroll around town, feeling the atmosphere. Overnight in Lisbon
Day 4: Évora
Alentejo has a long tradition in the wine production. Their wines will surprise you for their excellence, aromas and colours as unique as the landscape and the cuisine. In the morning, you'll visit one of the best wine producers of the region. In the afternoon, your private guide will show you Évora, a book of Portuguese art history. With narrow streets of Moorish origin contrasting with squares where the light floods in, discover why this city was classified as World Heritage Site. The medieval walls, the Cathedral, the Graça Church and São Francisco Church, with its curious Chapel of Bones are unmissable. Overnight in Lisbon
Day 5: Alcobaça, Tomar
After check out, your trip will continue north, towards Tomar with your private driver. On the way, stop in Alcobaça Monastery, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1989, one of the most impressive examples of Cistercian architecture in Europe. If you love history, you'll be amazed by Tomar, the Templar City. Go to the Templar castle and discover the monumental work of the Convent of Christ learning how the Order of the Knights Templar became the Order of Christ, upholding their power, knowledge and wealth in Portugal. Overnight in Tomar
Day 6: Coimbra, Lamego
Continue your journey towards Douro valley with your private driver. On the way, you'll visit In Coimbra University, the oldest in Portugal and one of the oldest in Europe, visiting the Joanine Library, with more than 300,000 works dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries arranged in beautiful gilt-covered bookcases. Before reaching your hotel, visit Lamego, a very ancient city, with remains of mediaeval times when Moors, Christians and Muslins occupied these lands. Overnight in Douro Valley
Day 7: Douro Valley, Foz Côa
Today you'll visit Foz Côa Museum, with panels covered with thousands of engravings, dating back to the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic Age. To get there, you'll follow along the Douro river, and will admire the stunning landscapes of the Douro valley, whose cultural landscape is listed as a World Heritage Site. Douro river is also famous for being difficult to navigate, impeded by natural barriers, being the rabelo boat, a unique and ancient vessel, the only one able to do it. Nowadays, these types of boats are used for tourism, and you'll take a 1h river cruise. Overnight in Douro Valley
Day 8: Guimarães
Pack you bags because is time to head to Oporto. On the way, visit Guimarães, considered the birthplace of Portugal. The historical centre is associated with the formation and identity of the country, and was classified a World Heritage site due to the authenticity of its restoration. Overnight in Oporto
Day 9: Oporto
Today you'll discover the amazing city of Oporto. With your private guide, start this walking tour, by visiting some historical monuments. S. Bento Station, with its atrium lined with tiles, is a great way to start! Just ahead is the Cathedral followed by Clérigos Tower, worth climbing for a different view of Porto. Don't forget to stop in the Lello bookshop, that inspired some of the Harry Potter stories. Then pop in to the Café Majestic for a break. Continue south and descend by steps and mediaeval streets to Ribeira with its café terraces and picturesque corners. On the other side of D. Luís Bridge you'll find all the Port wine lodges, where you'll visit and taste the famous Port wine. Overnight in Oporto
Day 10: Batalha, Óbidos
It's time to return to Lisbon and your private driver will show you the magnificent Batalha Monastery, a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture, constructed in 1386 in honour of Portuguese independence against the powerful Kingdom of Castille. The delightful town of Óbidos, with white houses adorned with bougainvilleas and honeysuckle is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal. Inside the walls you can sense a cheerful medieval ambience of winding streets, Manueline porticoes, colourful window boxes and small squares. Overnight in Lisbon
Day 11: Departure
It's time to say adeus, and after a fond farewell, your driver will take you to Lisbon airport.
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