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Lisbon to Porto - Highlights of Portugal - 7 Days - Set dep. 4 Oct.20

Lisbon to Porto - Highlights of Portugal - 7 Days - Set dep. 4 Oct.20

Lisbon, Portugal

From: R 15,078.00
Per Person Sharing
  • Prices From

    From: R 15,078.00 Per Person Sharing
  • Trip Reference

  • Flights

    No Flights Included
  • Duration

    7 Days
  • Valid From

    6th of February 2021 (Saturday)
  • Valid To

    13th of February 2021 (Saturday)
  • Expires

    31st of July 2020 (Friday)
  • Need Visa's

    South Africa: Yes
    British: No
    European Union: No
    American: No
Quick Holiday Overview

SAVE R2 661 per person sharing WAS R17 739 NOW R15 078 for set departure from Lisbon on 07 February 2021.

Explore Portugal where the sun is bright, the food is delicious, and the living is easy. Wander the hilly streets of coastal Lisbon, where you can munch on a custard tart while gazing at sun-dappled architecture. Get your fill of history and culture at UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Monastery of Batalha, Coimbra University, and the picturesque town of Sintra (optional). End the tour in Porto, where the majestic Douro Valley begs for you to lounge back with a glass of port wine in hand. Felicidades! And welcome to Portugal.

Highlights of the tour:

  • Explore the seven hills of Lisbon
  • Step back in history wandering charming hill towns
  • Taste local delicacies and become a port wine connoisseur
  • Soak up the classic European culture

A friendly reminder that with our new Book with Confidence policy, tours departing before December 31, 2020 can be cancelled and rebooked up to 14 days prior to departure and those departing January 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 can be cancelled and rebooked up to 30 days prior to departure.

About the Holiday

Itinerary :

Day 1 Lisbon Arrive at any time.

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

Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group

Your opportunity to meet your CEO and fellow travellers, and learn more about your tour. Opt to join the group for a local meal afterwards. Don't forget to see the notice in the lobby (or ask reception) for the official time and place to meet up with the group.

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 night 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.

Lisbon Orientation Walk Lisbon

Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Your Foodie Moment: Fado Night with Traditional Portuguese Meal

Sit down to a traditional meal and lend your ears to the sound of a performance by Portuguese folk music artists.

Residencial  Florescente (or similar)Hotel

Breakfast | Dinner

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.

Private Vehicle Lisbon – Coimbra

Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.

Monastery of Batalha Visit Batalha

Visit the Bathala Monastery built to commemorate the victory of the Portuguese over the Castilians at the battle of Aljubarrota in 1385. The elaborate, Gothic-style architecture of this UNESCO site is considered to be one of the masterpieces of the region.

Free Time Batalha Afternoon

Take time to wander around the jaw-droppingly gorgeous monastery, or get out and explore the surrounding area.

Hotel Astoria Coimbra (or similar)Hotel

Meals included: Breakfast

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 Fátima.

Free Time Coimbra Full Day

Get out and explore.

Hotel Astoria Coimbra (or similar)Hotel


Day 5 Coimbra/Porto

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

Free Time Coimbra Morning

Make the most of your last morning in Coimbra.

Local Train Coimbra

Climb aboard, take your seat, and get around like the locals do.

Orientation Walk 30m - 1h

Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Hotel da Bolsa (or similar) Hotel


Day 6 Porto

Free day to explore Porto. Opt take a cruise down the Douro Valley, or explore the city which gained UNESCO World Heritage designation in 1996. In the evening enjoy a visit to the port wine cellars and tasting.

Head down Allies Avenue to see the French-inspired buildings. Bargain at the Bolhão Market. Wander the city's World Heritage-listed Ribeira district, visit São Francisco church, the palatial former 19th-century stock market Palácio 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.

Free Time Porto Full Day

Take it all in.

Your Hands-On Moment: Port Wine Cellar Visit Evening

Finish off the day with a tour of the cellars of the region's famed export - Port wine. Learn about the art of Port making and the processes that render its rich taste. Indulge in a tasting and raise a glass to a day well spent. Saúde!

Hotel da Bolsa (or similar)Hotel


Day 7 Porto

Depart at any time.

Includes & Excludes
  • Hotels accommodation for 6 nights
  • 6 breakfasts, 1 dinner
  • Private vehicle, train
  • Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group
  • Your Foodie Moment: Fado Night with Traditional Portuguese Meal, Lisbon
  • Your Hands-On Moment: Port Wine Cellar Visit, Porto. Lisbon orientation walk. Fado performance with traditional Portuguese dinner. Batalha gothic monastery entrance and visit. Porto orientation walk. Port wine cellars visit and tasting. Transport to/from all included activities and between all destinations.

Please note : If you're travelling solo and would prefer to have your own private room throughout your trip the price starts From R3929.00

  • International flights and taxes
  • Visa and passport costs
  • Pre and Post Accommodation 
  • Meals and beverages not specified
  • Items of a personal nature
Package Conditions:

The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.

Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. It is also the seat of the district of Lisbon and capital of the Lisbon region. Lisbon is the westernmost capital in mainland Europe. It is located in the west of the country, on the Atlantic Ocean coast at the point where the river Tagus flows into the Atlantic Ocean.

During the Neolithic the region was inhabited by Iberian related peoples, who also lived in other regions of Atlantic Europe at the time. They built religious monuments called megaliths. Dolmens and Menhirs still survive in the countryside around the city. The Indo-European Celts invaded after the first millennium BC and intermarried with the Pre-Indo-European population, giving a rise to Celtic-speaking local tribes such as the Cempsi.

Lisbon is one of the mildest European capitals. Spring is cool to warm with plenty of sunshine and also some showers. Summer months are mostly sunny, dry and hot with temperatures between 16 C to 38 C. Autumn is mild and unsettled with temperatures between 8 C and 23 C and winters are typically rainy, windy and cool with some sunny days.

With whole areas of the city being turned over to the pursuit of pleasure and traffic jams at 0400-0500 at the weekend, it is obvious that Lisbon is a city that takes its nightlife seriously. Traditionally, the nightlife center has been Bairro Alto, with its fado clubs, traditional, canteen-style bars and upscale discos. The bars are often open as late as 0400. The minimum age for purchasing alcohol is 16 years. Much of the action has moved on to the Docas (Docks) district, situated just to the east of Ponte 25 de Abril. One bar after another occupies a row of converted warehouses at the Doca de Santo Amaro. Back towards the city, the Doca de Alcntara is another favorite with Lisbons moneyed professionals.
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Prices are based on per person sharing.
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price of air tickets we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price as mentioned. The price was correct at the time of printing on 09 June 2020.

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