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LISBON IS AN ADVENTURE. CHOOSE HOW YOU WANT TO EXPLORE IT!
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Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais

Private Tour

Depart Lisbon and drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra. Upon arrival, explore the enchanting village to discover why it was favored by royalty as a place of retreat in former times. Marvel at the 19th-century romantic architecture and see the pastel-colored castles and palaces in the village and forested hills. Venture off the typical tourist routes, and get stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from the westernmost point of continental Europe at Cabo da Roca. Head to the traditional fishing village of Cascais, known for its sandy beaches, busy marina and medieval Nossa Senhora da Luz Fort. Follow in the footsteps of royalty as you visit sites of historic importance in the pedestrianized old town and experience the lively ambiance of the waterfront. Stop to taste some authentic Portuguese food along the way before the return drive to Lisbon.

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Óbidos, Nazaré & Alcobaça

Private Tour

Enjoy a ride through the romantic village of Obidos, the first stop on this 8-hour excursion. Its medieval structures within the castle walls are a definite highlight of the trip. Stop for a taste of ginjinha, which is a traditional liqueur of this region. Afterwards, head to Nazaré, a small fishing village that is now known for its beaches and giant waves. International surfers compete here in one of the world’s largest competitions. In Alcobaça visit the monastery that dates to 1178. It was the first completely Gothic structure ever built in Portugal, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the tombs of royalty, and hear about one of Portugal’s most endearing love stories.

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Évora Private Tour

Join a 9-hour tour of Évora and the dolmens of Almendres Cromlech. Leave Lisbon in the morning and admire the Alentejo landscape until you arrive in Évora, after a 90-minute journey. You and your guide will explore the historic sites of Évora. Begin at the São Francisco Church, where you will see the incredible bone chapel. The walls here are covered with real human bones. Then, you will visit the Sé Cathedral of Évora, the iconic Gothic monument. Climb onto the roof and be amazed by the views from the top. Continue to visit the Roman Temple of Diana. Then, make a stop to eat before going to the Almendres Cromlech. There is a complex of more than 100 stones, in an amazing construction from the stone age

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Fátima Private Tour

Fatima Sanctuary is world-famous because in 1917, the Virgin Mary allegedly appeared to the little shepherds and revealed important secrets about the world's future. Nowadays, it is one of the most important Christian pilgrimage sites where millions of people have already passed by testifying their faith. Pope Francis has left his mark here in 2017 to canonize the shepherds and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the appearance in Fátima. Visit the Chapel of the Apparitions, which mark the spot where the sightings occurred. Feel and enjoy this energy of Fátima and meet people from all over the world. You will be back to Lisbon at your chosen drop-off point filled with good energy.

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Batalha Monastery Private Tour

Explore the Batalha Monastery, a hidden architectural gem in the Iberian Peninsula, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. Step back in time and learn about the rich history of this Dominican monastery, built in 1385 after the victory of the Portuguese over the Castilians at the battle of Aljubarrota. Built with funding from King João I, the vast complex, which is also a royal pantheon, is considered the most significant example of Portuguese Gothic and Manueline style. Marvel at the colorful array of Portuguese medieval stained glass windows, which can be admired from the impressive columns of the Chapel. Look up and gaze at the impressive central nave of the church, standing at an impressive 32.5 metres and resting on eight columns on either side. Next, head to the domed Chapter Hall and walk through the collection of carved cloisters that give access to the monastery's dormitory, dining room, and kitchen.
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