Culture And Religion 6 Nights / 7 Days


Custom Tour




Upon arrival at Lisbon airport meet and greet by local representative. Private transfer to the hotel. Lisbon is an illuminated city. The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colors - highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty. There are so many things to see and do in Lisbon that visitors have access to a wide array of different experiences. As we walk through Lisbon - whose history spans back thousands of years – we find streets filled with heritage monuments, and characteristic neighborhoods where the city first developed and can still be experienced at its most genuine level.


The monuments in Belem are cultural icons and a must-see on any tour itinerary. Because of the unique combination of historical and cultural monuments located here, such as the Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Cultural Centre, Tower of Belem, Monument to the Discoveries, Palace of Ajuda and the Carriage Museum, and their sheer number, the best way to visit all of them is on a Belem Tour! This tour on a panoramic minibus complements the Tagus Tour perfectly.


Breakfast. Departure from the hotel to a tour to Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. Come and discover with us this magnificent village where the Royal Family used to live during the summer and taste the local traditional pastry. In this charming region, you will also admire Europe’s westernmost point (Cabo da Roca), the incredible Boca do Inferno, the Cosmopolitan Cascais and the Casino Estoril gardens. You will have the opportunity to see Sintra Village, Royal Palace, Cabo da Roca, Boca do Inferno, Guincho, Cascais & Estoril. Return to the hotel.


Lisbon/ Fatima, Obidos, Nazare, Batalha & Alcobac

Enjoy a tour through the area north of Lisbon, going to the World famous Fatima, Nazare, Obidos and Alcobaca. We depart first to encounter Obidos and meet its medieval walls, rustic white houses and the rich and varied local traditions of the town. We then leave Obidos for Alcobaca to take in the imposing monastery church (UNESCO world heritage), the first Gothic church to be built in Portugal and home to the tombs of the ill-starred lovers D. Pedro and D. Ines de Castro. We then head onto the picturesque and colorful fishing town of Nazare for lunch. Free time for luch. There's also the chance to find out something about the legends and traditions of this town. When possible, we go to Sitio, to marvel at its wonderful views out over Nazare and its beaches. We then move onto Batalha to visit the monastery church (also UNESCO world heritage), a Gothic masterpiece with the most finely worked stained-glass windows. Finally, we reach the Our Lady of Fatima Sanctuary, an altar of the Christian faith and site of world pilgrimage. There is also the Chapel of Apparitions with its portrayal of Our Lady of Fatima. Take the time also for the location of the Basilica with the tombs of the three witnesses, and the Church of the Holy Trinity, the fourth largest in the world by capacity. You have some free time to attend mass. Travelling through this colorful agricultural region, we return to Lisbon.


Breakfast and check-out.Departure to Oporto, city with rich and well-preserved treasures, including monuments in the Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Neo-classical style. See the major sights such as Cathedral, Real CompanhiaVelha Port Wine Cellars, Clerigos, Foz and Boavista. With around 267,000 inhabitants, Oporto has carefully preserved its architectonic treasures, including monuments in the Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Neo-classical style.

Porto/Santiago Compostela/Porto

Breakfast. Departure to Spain, to Santiago de Compostela (240kms).Only since the 1980s, as capital of the autonomous region of Galicia and a rediscovered tourist and pilgrimage destination, has the city been revitalised. Today an average of 150,000 pilgrims and countless thousands of other visitors make the journey here each year. The faithful believe that Santiago Apóstol (St James the Apostle) preached in Galicia and, after his death in Palestine, was brought back by stone boat and buried here. Already in Portugal, we encounter, surrounded by star-shaped walls, Valenca do Minho (famous because of textil shopping). After shopping, we continue to Viana do Castelo, a city located on the Atlantic coast which confer to the city landscape features of excellence that enchant the senses and provide a relaxing feeling. On the top of the Santa Luzia hill is the imposing basilica bearing the same name, inspired by the Sacre Coeur in Paris and the magnificent view over the Ocean. Going down to the historical centre, one can enjoy a unique monumental and historical wealth with the ethnography of Viana do Castelo, which makes this city the capital of the Portuguese folklore. The originality and functionality of its handicraft, with special attention to porcelain, embroidery and filigree, are all characteristics that turn Viana do Castelo into an extremely attractive city for all types of tourism


Breakfast and check-out Departure from Oporto airport.

  • 4 nights in Lisbon
  • 2 nights in Porto
  • Arrival airport transfer on seat in coach basis
  • Departure airport transfer on seat in coach basis
  • Belem Bus Tour – Lisbon City – Hop On Hop Off – 24hrs
  • Full Day Fatima, Obidos, Nazare, Batalha & Alcobac: Enjoy a tour through the area north of Lisbon, going to the World famous Fatima, Nazare, Obidos and Alcobaca. (10hrs)
  • Half Day Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais, Estoril: Enjoy a visit to Estoril coast, the village of Sintra and the picturesque Boca do Inferno cliffs. (10hrs)
  • Santiago de Compostela, Viana do Castelo Full Day Excursion from Porto
  • Meals
  • Station transfers are not included
  • Personal expenses
  • All other services not mentioned
  • Tips
  • Tolls
  • The hotel tax in Lisbon (1,00€ per pax/night) – paid directly at the hotel