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  • South of Lisbon’s Wonders: Arrabida, Wine & Tile Tour

    1. South of Lisbon’s Wonders: Arrabida, Wine & Tile Tour

    Learn how tiles became one of Portugal's icons and delve deep into their manufacturing. Drink the best regional wines and discover the process behind getting the grape to your glass. Get picked up by your local guide at your accommodation. Make your way south crossing the iconic Tejo River by Vasco da Gama Bridge, one of the longest in Europe. Continue to Palmela Castle, which has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Due to its privileged and strategic location, it’s one of Portugal’s oldest castles and home to stunning views for both Tejo & Sado River. Move onward to Arrábida Mountain, integrated into the protected Arrábida Natural Park. Marvel at its beauty. Hidden between the trees, turned towards the ocean, find yourself at the Arrábida Convent! Your next stop is the Tile Factory. Travel back in time at this one-of-a-kind handmade factory that still uses centuries-old techniqu...

  • Lisbon: The City of the Seven Hills Walking Tour

    2. Lisbon: The City of the Seven Hills Walking Tour

    After being picked up from your accommodation, your first stop will be at Christ the King, a giant statue inspired by Brazil's Christ the Redeemer. This statue was erected to express the gratitude of the Portuguese being spared the full effects of World War II. Afterwards, you will venture to the Belém district, where you will walk on the intricately patterned cobblestones en-route to the church of Jerónimos Monastery, a world heritage site by UNESCO. You will then cross the gardens of Belém to visit the incredible Monument to the Discoveries, which portrays Portuguese overseas exploration. Afterwards, you will be driven down the side of the Tagus River, until the Square of Commerce. This is one of the most emblematic places of Lisbon, and is home to the famous Arch of Triumph which leads to Rua Augusta, the main pedestrian street of the capital. At this stage of your tour, it will be...

  • Lisbon South Tuk-Tuk Tour

    3. Lisbon South Tuk-Tuk Tour

    Cross the bridge on a tuk-tuk to the south bank of the Tejo and savor the view on offer. The Bridge, which used to carry the name of António de Oliveira Salazar, is now called 25th of April, signaling the 1974 Revolution. You will see the Sanctuary of Christ the King, a monument from 1959 that imposes itself on the landscape, its arms wide open, celebrating peace. The climb or pilgrimage will take you to a viewpoint where you will be able to see all of the Tagus Estuary. Right after you will visit Casa da Cerca, a beautiful old mansion that was acquired by the city in 1988 and soon turned into a contemporary art center. You can fast peruse the exhibitions, which are mostly for local artists and updated every few months. Outside are creatively themed gardens dedicated to various flowers, cotton, lavender, rosemary, and a cherry plantation. From the terrace, you can see Lisbon's skyline, ...

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