After checking into a hotel, head for the Alfama, climaxed by a visit to the Castelo de São Jorge (St. George's Castle), where you'll also be treated to the most panoramic view in all of Lisbon.In the afternoon, head for the suburb of Belém, where you can visit the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, Torre de Belém, and later the Museu Nacional dos Coches(National Coach Museum).overnight at the hotel.
After buffet breakfast travel outside Lisbon to glorious Sintra, the single most beautiful town in all of Portugal -- Lord Byron likened it to Eden. You can spend an entire day here wandering about, losing yourself in its quaint streets. However, allow enough time to visit its two major attractions, Palácio Nacional de Sintra and Palácio Nacional de Pena. Return to Lisbon for the night.
After breakfast visit the major attractions of Lisbon which we missed on Day One. Among these is the Museu da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, one of the world's finest private art collections, assembled by the tycoon Calouste Gulbenkian, and now beefed up by new bequests.Walking tour of Baixa, the center of Lisbon, and the Chiado.If time remains, get in some shopping by walking such streets as Rua Áurea or Rua de Prata. Overnight at the hotel
After breakfast leave Lisbon in the morning and head west along its Riviera, the Costa do Sol. The best place here for overnighting is the former fishing village of Cascais.You can stop off and explore Estoril in the morning, as it lies only 24km (15 miles) west of Lisbon. In this former stamping ground of royalty, walk through the Parque Estoril in the center of town and maybe spend an hour or two on the beach if time allows.Continue on to Cascais, 6.5km (4 miles) west of Estoril, for the night.The rest of the day can be spent wandering its narrow streets, shopping, and sightseeing.
After time on the beach in the morning, devote the rest of the day to nearby excursions. Numero uno is the Palácio Nacional de Queluz, the most brilliant example of the rococo style of architecture in Portugal. After spending an hour and a half exploring the royal palace, dine at the Cozinha Velha (The Old Kitchen), one of the most evocative in the area and the former kitchen of the old palace.Later that afternoon head for Guincho to take in the treacherous ocean scenery, some of the most dramatic in Europe. Return to Cascais for the night.
Welcome to Madrid! Upon arrival at the airport, transfer you to your hotel. Towards the end of the day, we provide transfers to the Egyptian Debod temple, Plaza de España and Gran Via; a vibrant district where you can dine at your preferred restaurant: Indian, Chinese, Spanish and Middle Eastern are some of the options.
Barcelona city tour.“Spanish Village”visit and evening transfer to Las Ramblas district.Our visit includesan informative city tour with a local expert .We also visit the city’s historic central area with its Gothic neighbourhood dating back to the Middle Ages.It will be possible to see and photograph La Sagrada Familia basilica; the masterpiece designed by the architect Gaudí.Free time to explore the city on your own. In the evening we provide transfer to Las Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya area, where you can select from a great variety of restaurants (including Indian,Chinese,Halal,International and regional Spanish cuisine).Return to hotel
On this last day of your holiday, get ready to bid adieu to the country with countless memories to cherish for a lifetime