Places to visit:
Visit to Belém, the riverside area linked to the Portuguese Discoveries. Visit the Jerónimos Monastery, the Belém Tower and the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, two of the most important examples of Manueline art. Come and taste the famous “Pastéis de Belém”, made and served at the “Antiga Confeitaria” in Belém since 1837!
Visit the Museu dos Coches that has a permanent exhibition, the largest (and only) coach collection in the world, from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Also visit the Museu da Marinha. Pass by the Miradouro da Graça where you will be dazzled by one of the best views of Lisbon: your gaze will go to the Tagus River and to the center of Lisbon. Then, visit São Jorge Castle.
To the north, be dazzled by the Batalha Monastery (World Heritage), one of the most emblematic in the country. Go to Fátima and feel the energy of this indisputable religious center that attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Visit the Museum da Luz e da Paz and the Sanctuary of Fátima. Enjoy the tranquility and serenity that this place offers you, to recharge your batteries.
Visit Sintra, a magical and mysterious village that is the perfect symbiosis between nature and the built heritage, where you can see the palaces and castles. Feel the Serra de Sintra in its fullness and photograph some of the most beautiful landscapes. During this trip, try some traditional specialties such as "Travesseiros de Sintra" and "Queijadas de Sintra" and, after this delicious moment, enjoy the mountain views while walking to Castelo dos Mouros (visit). Continue your tour at along the coast, where you will be fascinated by the incredible view of the sea, the surrounding beaches, its cliffs and other places of interest.The Cabo da Roca is the most westerly point in Europe, and has a view of the blue sea and the cliffs do Guincho, finish the trip in the picturesque village of Cascais.
Visit Parque das Nações, located on the eastern side of Lisbon - “Oriente” - where you will discover a modern and contemporary Lisbon. Visit the Oceanário and its large collection of marine species that make it the second largest aquarium in the world. Go back to the picturesque area of Lisbon and go down Avenida de Liberdade, where you will find stores of the most modern fashion designers. Then, pass by Restauradores and Rossio, two of the most emblematic squares in Lisbon.
Visit to the Palace of Queluz and its gardens, also known as "Portuguese Versailles". Depart to the center of Lisbon and explore the most emblematic symbols that illuminate this "alfacinha" paradise. Stroll through typical neighborhoods like Alfama and Mouraria and take the opportunity to visit the Lisbon Story Center and the Museu do Fado.