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Highlights of Portugal

Day 1 - Lisbon

Arrive at any time. If visiting the historic district of Belem is on your bucket list, we recommend arriving early on this day to explore its major sites like the Jeronimos Monastery and Belem Tower. Most attractions in Belem are closed on Mondays.

Day 2 - Lisbon

Enjoy a CEO-led orientation walk of Lisbon. The rest of the day is free for exploration. In the evening enjoy a Fado performance and traditional Portuguese dinner in one of Lisbon's oldest neighbourhoods. Opt to take a day trip into the foothills of the surrounding mountains to Sintra. Get lost in the city's winding streets lined with pastel coloured houses, palaces, majestic gardens and lush forests. It doesn't get more postcard-worthy than this.

Day 3 - Lisbon/Coimbra

Leave Lisbon behind and head north to the small hill town of Batalha, best known for its ornate gothic monastery built to commemorate Portugal's victory in the infamous battle of Aljubarrota. Visit the historic Monastery of Batalha with free time to wander the grounds. Continue to the medieval capital of Portugal, Coimbra.

Day 4 - Coimbra

Enjoy a free day to explore Coimbra. Opt to visit the famous Coimbra University, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2013 (and also the inspiration for Harry Potter's Hogwarts). Explore the winding streets and the riverfront filled with restaurants and bars, or opt for a day trip to the nearby coastal town of Aveiro or the pilgrimage sites of Fatima.

Day 5 - Coimbra/Porto

Continue to the historic and vibrant coastal town of Porto in the morning, and take an orientation walk upon arrival.

Day 6 - Porto

Free day to explore Porto. Opt to take a cruise down the Douro River, or explore the city which gained UNESCO World Heritage designation in 1996. In the evening enjoy a visit to the port wine cellars and a tasting. Head down Allies Avenue to see the French-inspired buildings. Bargain at the Bolhao Market. Wander the city's World Heritage-listed Ribeira district, visit Sao Francisco church, the palatial former 19th-century stock market Palacio de Bolsa or head to the Clerigos Tower for a panoramic view of the city. In the evening, become an Port wine connoisseur with a visit to the cellars and a port wine tasting.

Day 7 - Porto

Depart at any time.

What’s included?


Hotels (6 nts).

Local transport

Walking, private vehicle, train.


Meals Included: 6 breakfasts, 1 dinner
Meals Budget: Allow USD200-260 for meals not included.

Mere information

- Rossio Square (Free)
- Sao Jorge Castle (15EUR per person)
- Santa Justa Lift (6EUR per person)
- Alfama District Visit (Free)
- Visit to Mercado da Ribeira Market (aka Time Out Market)
- Belém District Visit (Free-10EUR per person)
- Belém Tower (8EUR per person)
- Visit to Sintra
- Lisbon Food Tour

- Joanina Library
- University of Coimbra Visit
- Conimbriga Ruins (8EUR per person)

- Fátima Visit

- Aveiro Visit

- Ribeira Square (Free)
- Sao Bento Railway Station (Free)
- Porto Cathedral (Free)
- Porto Ribeira Cruise (20EUR per person)
- Clerigos Church and Tower (8-6EUR per person)
- Lello Bookstore (8EUR per person)
- Palacio da Bolsa (12EUR per person)

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