Students in Lisbon



Day 1


Arrival at Lisbon Airport.

Transfer to a hotel in Lisbon. Check in.

Accommodation in a hotel in Lisbon. 


Day 2


Breakfast at the hotel.

Walk through the center of Lisbon, capital of Portugal and the famous city of the seven hills. Departure from the Restauradores area towards the oldest part of the city: Alfama. Along the way, opportunity to admire the Rossio square and the famous streets of the downtown area, completely rebuilt after the great earthquake of 1755. Brief stop near the Cathedral of Lisbon. Then walk to the top of the hill to visit the Castle of São Jorge where you can get a unique panoramic view over the city of Lisbon. Return to the lower area of down through the narrow, irregular streets of the typical Alfama district. Brief break next to the Santa Justa Elevator, neo-Gothic structure in iron, dating from the early twentieth century, built under the guidance of Mesnier du Ponsard, disciple of Gustave Eiffel. Continue to Bairro Alto district, fascinating area full of history. Pass by Chiado, an area of ??elegant shops and cafés in Lisbon, having been completely rebuilt after fire in 1988. Back to Rossio.

Afternoon free for visits.

Accommodation in the Hotel in Lisbon.



Day 3


Breakfast in the hotel.

Departure towards the charming village of Sintra, which offers extraordinary beauty and scenery and which was once the summer residence of the kings of Portugal. Source of inspiration to famous writers such as Lord Byron and Hans Christian Andersen, the romanticism of Sintra is mainly present in its many palaces, fountains and gardens. Classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, the Cultural Landscape of Sintra brings together a perfect combination between nature and the built heritage.
In the historic town center, visit to the famous National Palace of Sintra, easily identified by their conical chimneys and a variety of architectural styles from different centuries.
Free time for lunch.

In the afternoon, continuation of the visit towards Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe. Then pass by Guincho where the landscape is dominated by the immense Atlantic Ocean. Pass through the fishing village of Cascais and panoramic visit through its center. Return to Lisbon along the river Tagus passing by Estoril, a recognized seaside resort where you can admire the famous Casino and its magnificent gardens.

Return to the hotel.

Accommodation in the Hotel in Lisbon.


Day 4


Breakfast in the hotel.

Departure from the hotel to visit the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, one of the most fascinating museums of Lisbon which has an impressive collection of works of art from different parts of the world. Then departure to the historic district of Belém which celebrates the epic of the Portuguese Discoveries. On the banks of the River Tagus, brief stop at the Belém Tower, built in the 16th century to defend the port of Lisbon and which is today one of the symbols of Lisbon and then new stop next to the monument to the Discoveries, built in 1960 to honor Henry the Navigator and the Portuguese explorers. Continue with the visit to the magnificent Jeronimos Monastery (church and cloister - closed on Monday) dated from the 16th century and masterpiece of the Manueline architecture.

Free time for lunch.

Continue to the east part of Lisbon, Park of Nations, where was held the Universal Exhibition in Lisbon - Expo 98 in 1998 with the theme "The Oceans: A Heritage for the Future". Walking tour through the Park of Nations to admire the main buildings.

Visit to the Lisbon Oceanarium - main attraction of the Expo '98 and one of the largest aquariums in the world. Return to the hotel.

Accommodation in Lisbon hotel.


Day 5



Transfer from the Hotel to Lisbon Airport.


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