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LISBON (Half or Full day)

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal, with an estimated population of 552,700 . Get a comprehensive overview of Lisbon's important landmarks during this 8-hour sightseeing Private Tour. Visit St. George's Castle, the Monument of the Discoveries, Jerónimos Monastery, the Belém Tower and Cathedral and much more. Experience the opportunity to see spectacular views over the city from several lookout points.

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Hotel pickup 9:00AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience

20% discount rate group 3 to 8   

€70.00 

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PORTO

Forged by some of history's leading architects, Porto's majestically adorned valleys combine Latin charisma, Baroque flair, and a peculiarly British streak as sweet as the region's Port wine. Take this 10 hours Private Tour opportunity to discover the most important and notable monuments of Porto (Dom Luis Bridge, Clerigos Tower, Porto Downtown, Porto Cathedral, Douro River and  the most famous Port Wine Cellars.

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Hotel pickup 7:30AM
Hotel drop-off 6:00PM
Driver/guide
Wine tasting
Up/drop time at your convenience  

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€180.00

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AVEIRO

Known as the ‘Venice of Portugal’,  this charming Portuguese town is a alternative and enjoyable, alternative tourist destination. The town has an extensive history which is closely intertwined with the growth and decline of its port and salt water lagoons. Aveiro is crossed by canals and along these waterways colorful, famed Costa Nova beach for exotic birds  and traditional fishing boats sail.  You will never forget Aveiro on this 10 hours Private Tour.

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All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 7:30AM
Hotel drop-off 6:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience
Cruise on Moliceiro River

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€175.00

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COIMBRA

Discover the emblematic city of Coimbra (Heritage City’s) on this 10 hours Private Tour. Enjoy the enchanted and fantastic city of Coimbra, the first capital of Portugal for 200 years during the reigns of the earliest monarchs. Visit the largest completing Roman site in Portugal and the city’s main sites like the famous University of Coimbra, Botanical Garden, Machado de Castro Museum, Convento de Santa Clara (Gothic style) and the Old Church  the most important Romanesque buildings in Portugal. 

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All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 7:30AM
Hotel drop-off: 6:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience  

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€170.00

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TOMAR

Former seat of the Order of the Knights Templar, Tomar is a city of great charm for its artistic and cultural wealth, whose greatest expression is in the Convent of Christ, one of the chief works of the Portuguese Renaissance. The settlement of the Knights Templar took place very early, before the constitution of the Kingdom of Portugal in the 12th century.  Whatever your reason for visiting the city during 8 hours Private Tour, climbing up to the Templar castle and discovering the monumental work of the Convent of Christ is a must.

Inclusions: 
All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€100.00

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EVORA


  Évora is one of the oldest and most charming cities of Portugal, with over 2 000 years of history. Évora (Heritage City) is known as the Museum City that flourished as a center of learning and arts. This 8 hours Private Tour includes the Giraldo Square, the living center of Évora, full of architectural styles, from Moorish arches lined up in the Square, through the fountains of the Renaissance, to the Gothic church of São Francisco. The Roman Temple, also known as the Temple of Diana. Its powerful front with 14 columns in well-preserved granite, astonish those who see it for the first time. The visit to the Bones Chapel a fascinating space, consisting of hundreds of skulls and skeletons from about 5 000 monks of the sixteenth century. The Cathedral of Evora, a Roman-Gothic church of the XIII century, where you can climb the tower and have a breathtaking view of the city and the fields surrounding it. the vineyards of the region produce some of the best Portuguese wines and so we take you to a farm where you will taste the best the Alentejo has to offer. On our way back to Lisbon we will stop in Arraiolos with its magnificent castle wall and the ancient tradition of the famous carpets of Arraiolos. 

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All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
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20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€130.00

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SETUBAL (Half or Full day)


The peninsula of Setúbal, together with the peninsula of Tróia, acquired great prestige and importance in the last decades. The wine tourism product gained equal importance. From the large farms dominated by the variety Castelão to the Moscatel, one of the national dessert wines, this region has always played a leading role in the history of Portuguese wines. since 12th and 15th centuries.  In this 8 hours Private Tour you will cross the Tagus River south by passing the Portuguese Golden Gate Bridge. You will head south to the wine region of Azeitao (here you will visit the oldest cellar of the region). After the wine tasting is time to go to the fishing town of Sesimbra, famous for fresh sea food & fish and wonderful beaches and you'll lunch in the oldest fish restaurant, owned by generations of fishermen. After, you will cross the astonishing Arrabida Mountain and head to a small local family owned cellar. You will see the vineyards, see how the process is completed and taste the results.

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All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience
Seafood or grill fish lunch at a beach-side restaurant   

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€120.00 

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FARO

Faro is the best-known city in Portugal’s deservedly famous Algarve region. There’s an archaeological museum and a “Bishops’ Palace,” a Renaissance cathedral that was heavily bombed during World War II, but later rebuilt. Nearby in Estoi are Roman ruins, and Albufeira, also nearby, is a formerly quaint fishing village influenced by the Moors in the 8th century. It’s situated in a cliffside location, and has become famous for its beaches (there are 20) and nightlife. Faro was an important Moorish city and the charming old town is encircled by the ancient city walls, while the grand Se cathedral provides wonderful panoramic views over the city. Faro is situated on the edge of the Rio Famonsa National Park, a series of tidal salt water lagoons and mud flats, which are a haven for migratory birds and wildlife. Faro is a fascinating town and is a great destination for 11 hours Private Tour.

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Hotel pickup 7:30AM
Hotel drop-off 6:30PM
Driver/guide
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20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€200.00

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SINTRA (Half or Full day)

In the 19th century Sintra became the first centre of European Romantic architecture. Sintra is simply a must, if you are in the area of Lisbon! The old Moorish city, which was recaptured in 1147 by the Portuguese King Alfons 1, has been the summer residence of the Portuguese kings and the aristocracy for more than 600 years. Today Sintra is a popular tourist spot, surely not least because of its mild humid climate and its picturesque location at the foot of the small coastal mountains Sierra de Sintra that rise sharply above the city. The main attraction, however, are its historical sights. The landmark of Sintra is the National Palace (Palacio Nacional), with its huge, conic, white twin chimneys, which rise above the large palace kitchen, and are visible from quite a distance.  It is one of the most important examples of regal architecture in Portugal and for that reason is classified as a National Monument.  During this 8 hours Private Tour visit at your choice some of the most famous monuments/places
  • Sintra Village 
  • Regaleira Estate
  • Monserrate Palace
  • Nacional Palace of Sintra
  • Mouros Castel 
  • Pena Palace 

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All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
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20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€80.00

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MAFRA (Half or Full day)

Visit the famous and biggest palace in Portugal - Convent of Mafra and lunch at fishing village of Ericeira the coolest small city in Europe. Built in the 18th century by order of King João V (1689-1750) in fulfillment of a vow he made, to be blessed with an heir from his marriage to Maria Ana of Austria, or be cured of a serious illness, the Royal Convent and Palace of Mafra is the most important baroque monument in Portugal. All in limestone and marble from this region (Pêro Pinheiro and Sintra), the building covers an area of almost four hectares (37.790 m2), including 1.200 rooms, more than 4.700 doors and windows, 156 stairways and 29 inner yards and courtyards. Such magnificence was only possible due to the Brazilian gold that poured into the country, allowing the King to carry out his patronage of the arts and the strengthening of royal authority. This is a 8 hours Private Tour.

Inclusions: 
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Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€95.00

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ERICEIRA  (Half or Full day)

Ericieira city's soul through your senses.  Ericeira is a charming Portuguese fishing town that is situated along a coastline of outstanding surfing beaches. This powerful and reliable surf has transformed peaceful Ericeira into a surfing mecca; boasting both a chilled daytime scene and a lively nightlife, along with excellent accommodation options and top-rated tourist facilities. Today Ericeira is a perfect fusion of Portuguese heritage with an ultra-cool surfing ambience, where traditional fishermen’s cottages nestle among trendy lounge bars and cafes. Ericeira is adored by the Portuguese, who flock to the town in the summer months, drawn by the beautiful beaches and delicious seafood (which the town is renowned for). Ericeira was declared as the First Surf Nature Reserve in Europe! Greatly developed during the 20th century, by increasing demand as summer resort, while maintaining its original features and a characteristic atmosphere. This is a 8 hours Private Tour.

Inclusions: 
All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience
Seafood or grill fish lunch at a beach-side restaurant   

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€110.00

BATALHA

A small town amidst the hills of the Leiria area, Batalha only became a place of any significance upon the building of its magnificent monastery, now honoured with UNESCO World Heritage status. This gigantic pearl of Gothic architecture occupied Portugal's most accomplished tradesmen under Royal command for the best past of two centuries. It was built to celebrate the Portuguese victory over the Castillians in the Battle of Aljubarrota in 1385, thus keeping a vow made by King João I to the Virgin Mary prior to the momentous conflict. The illegitimate brother of the dead, heirless king, João's right to the throne of Portugal was challenged by the then Spanish king Juan. Outnumbered and ill equipped, he feared the worst and prayed for assistance from the Virgin. Once victorious, he built and named the monastery in her honour - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória. During this 8 hours Private Tour visit the Monastery of Batalha, or Convent of Santa Maria da Vitória that is one of the greatest Portuguese architectural gems. The chapel of São Jorge, despite its small size and apparent simplicity, is one of the most emblematic monuments of the famous battle that opened the way in Portugal to the government of the Avis dynasty and that took place in the Aljubarrota fields. The Interpretation Center of Aljubarrota Battle is a polynucleate museum space that aims to safeguard, study the battlefield occurred in 1385, as well as the historical disclosure of time, facts and fictions of the XIV century.

Inclusions: 
All taxes and insurance
Hotel pickup 8:30AM
Hotel drop-off 5:00PM
Driver/guide
Up/drop time at your convenience

20% discount rate group 3 to 8

€125.00

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