7 is a magical number. Funny enough, 7 is also the minimum number of days required to visit Portugal and get an idea of the country. This itinerary was designed to provide you with the best experiences Portugal has to offer. You will: Meet extratordinary people, visit amazing locations, taste heavenly food and get familiar with our rich heritage. Come and join us!
Day1 (Lisbon) – Getting to know Lisbon isn’t an easy endeavor, just showing off our most prized landmarks is simply not enough. We have to make sure you infiltrate our conversations, speak our language and understand our daily routines…
Main atractions: Chiado district, Baixa district, St George Castle, Old cathedral, Various viewpoints, the olc neighborhoods (Alfama, Graça and Mouraria), Historic stores, Portuguese gastronomy, attending a Fado venue at night.
Day2 (Lisbon) – Understanding Portugal and Lisbon without knowing the Sea and the Tagus river is impossible.
Main atractions: Tower of Belém, Discovery monument, Jerónimos Monastary, Belém famous egg tarts, a boat trip to the South bank, Christ the King viewpoint in the South bank.
Day 3: (Cascais/Sintra) – Given the good weather usually present in Lisbon, one of the best things one can do is a road trip along the coastline. During this day we invite you to sit back and relax while we drive you along the shoreline towards Sintra. We will hop-on / hop-off a couple of times to enjoy the scenery and visit some “must-visit” spots
Main atractions: Cascais Village, Serra de Sintra shoreline, Cape of Roca, Capuchos convent
Day 4: (Sintra) – In the midst of so many amazing things, sometimes we get confused and can’t tell one thing from another. That being said, if there’s a place whose appeal is unmistakable is Sintra. It’s truly a remarkable place!
Main atractions: City center, Royal Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Pena Palace, Monserrate, Seteais Palace.
Day 5 (Porto): If there’s a city in Portugal that rivals Lisbon’s rich heritage, that city is Porto. The second most populated city of Portugal is a true European gem and much like Lisbon holds some of the best landmarks, attractions, and gastronomy the country has to offer.
Main atractions: Santa Catarina Street, Lello Bookshop, Clérigos church, Igreja do Carmo, Old Cathedral, D.Luis Bridge, Ribeira pier, Stock exchange Palace, S.Francisco Church.
Day 6: (Porto and the Douro) – It doesn’t really matter if you like wine or not. The Douro wine region has simply one of the best landscapes and wines in the world!
Main atractions: Village of Amarante, Pinhão, Boat trip in the river, visit to a local wine cellar.
Day 7 (Évora and around) – One cannot leave Portugal without experiencing its rich and diverse countryside. During this day, you will get to know Évora and travel to its nearby attractions in the Alentejo region.
Main atractions: Évora, Reguengos de Monsaraz, Vila Viçosa, village of Arraiolos, village of Estremoz, local wineries, local crafts, amon others.
Maximum immersion level, Consequence: you`ll want to change your address and move your life to Portugal.