Pick-up and Drop-off: Lisbon
This tour is an excellent opportunity for travelers with limited time to explore Portugal's cultural and historical offerings. The tour begins in Lisbon, with the first stop in Fátima, the religious capital of Portugal, famous for its powerful and mystical atmosphere, and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosary, a popular pilgrimage site.
The tour then continues to Porto, the city of bridges, wine, and vibrant downtown. A stop in Vila Nova de Gaia, on the other side of the Douro River, offers an opportunity for a relaxed lunch while enjoying the breathtaking view of Porto in the distance.
The tour includes a tuk-tuk ride through the city, allowing visitors to discover Porto's hidden treasures in this unique method of transportation.
The tour then proceeds to Óbidos, a charming and picturesque medieval village, where visitors can stroll through narrow streets, admire the traditional whitewashed houses, and indulge in the traditional 'Ginja' liqueur, a popular local drink.
We'll end the tour with the drop-off on your accommodation in Lisbon.
Pick up at 7:30 am and drop off at 8:00 pm at your accommodation in Lisbon
Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal, located on the country's western coast. It's a vibrant city known for its historic neighborhoods, cultural landmarks, and delicious cuisine.
The top attractions in Lisbon include the stunning Belem Tower, the historic Jerónimos Monastery, and the vibrant Alfama district.
Fátima is a small town in central Portugal, renowned as one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world.
The main attraction in Fátima is the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, a modern church built in the 20th century that houses the tombs of the three shepherd children. Visitors can also see the Chapel of Apparitions, which marks the spot where Mary is said to have appeared to the children.
Here we'll stop for a lunch break
Vila Nova de Gaia is a municipality located on the southern bank of the Douro River, opposite the city of Porto, in northern Portugal. The two cities are connected by several bridges, including the iconic Dom Luis I Bridge, which offers stunning views of the river and the historic Ribeira district of Porto.
Gaia is best known for its wine cellars, where Port wine is produced and aged. Another must-see attraction in Vila Nova de Gaia is the Serra do Pilar Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers panoramic views of the Douro River and the city of Porto.
A tuk-tuk tour is an exciting and unique way to explore the beautiful city of Porto. These compact vehicles are perfect for navigating the narrow streets and alleys of the historic center, allowing visitors to see all the sights up close and personal.
The tours are typically led by knowledgeable and friendly local guides who are passionate about their city and eager to share its history and culture with visitors. They will take you to all the must-see attractions, such as the iconic Clérigos Tower, the beautiful São Bento train station, and the bustling Ribeira district, where you can stroll along the riverfront and take in the sights and sounds of the city.
In addition to the main tourist sites, a tuk
Beautiful medieval town, famous for its landscape and history and also for the typical liquor of ‘Ginja’. Here you can stroll through the narrow streets, visit the castle, taste Ginja liquor and artistic chocolates, enjoy the flowered balconies, the sidewalks covered in Portuguese pavement and the architecture of the houses. Óbidos is the ideal destination for a romantic walk. With a rich historical tradition, Óbidos is one of the most beautiful jewels of the country.
Duration: 12 - 13 hours
With security measures related to Covid-19
Pick Up and Drop off at your accommodation in Lisbon
Child seats available
Free cancellation up to 48 hours
Pick up your accommodation in Lisbon
Parking, fuel, and tolls
Drop off at your accommodation in Lisbon
Tour in Lisbon
Personal expenses (souvenirs and others)