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Estoril Coast

However much you have heard about Lisbon, you can only really experience the magic and charm of this fascinating city by visiting it personally and this half-day bus tour is a great way to do so. We will start by crossing the Vasco da Gama Bridge over the Tagus river (when possible) for some breathtaking views over Lisbon and its seven hills.

Then we’ll drive back into the city, where we will spend some time exploring the quarter of Belém where you will have the opportunity to admire a series of important monuments dating back to the period of discoveries of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. We’ll stop at the Torre de Belém (declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO), a sixteenth-century fortress and the point of departure for the caravels sailing out in search of new worlds. Nearby is the Monument to the Discoveries, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry the Navigator. Later, we’ll visit the Jeronimos Monastery (another UNESCO World Heritage Site), a masterpiece in the Manueline style, and the Carriage Museum( both of these establishments are closed on Mondays, so we’ll visit the Ajuda Palace or the Medeiros and Almeida Foundation instead).

Then, following the river Tagus, we will visit the traditional quarter of Alfama, where you can sample a glass of port in a craft shop. We will return to our starting point through the heart of Lisbon, passing through the Praça do Comercio and the Praça do Rossio and then the Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon ‘s main boulevard. Lisbon has something to offer for everybody. However much you have heard about Lisbon, you can only really experience the magic and charm of this fascinating city by visiting it personally and this half-day bus tour is a great way to do so. We will start by crossing the Vasco da Gama Bridge over the Tagus river (when possible) for some breathtaking views over Lisbon and its seven hills. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up time and place to be informed 24/48 hours before the tour.

Duration: Three hours and-a-half.

Start/opening time: At 9am and at 2.30pm.

End/closing time:

Languages: At 9am in Portuguese, English, German and Spanish.

At 2.30pm in Portuguese, English, Italian and French.

Others: This tour is not available on the 25th December and the 1st January. Excursion not adapted for handicapped persons. The tour might vary depending on weather conditions or events that could take place on certain dates.