Lisbon and Sintra Private Tour

Lisbon and Sintra Private Tour

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We’ll start our Tour departing from your hotel in Lisbon, visiting the downtown area, rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755 and then stop at one of the most spectacular belvederes in the city, the “Lady of the Hill”, for one of the most superb panoramic views of Lisbon. We continue our Lisbon and Sintra Tour into the Alfama neighborhood (ancient moorish quarter) with its narrow streets and alleys where “Fado”, the portuguese national music, began. Next, we head for Chiado neighborhood, known by its high-end shops and restaurants, followed by the quarter of ” Bairro Alto”(16th century) famous for its lively nightlife. 

Now we leave the city, and half way between Lisbon and Sintra, we stop at the Queluz National Palace, a summer palace of the portuguese monarchy, known for its beautiful gardens and its diversity in architectural styles ( Renaissance, Baroque, neoclassic).

 As we reach Sintra, you will be given the choice to decide on the next monument to visit, from a wide range of options: Sintra National Palace, Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Monserrate Palace, Moorish Castle. Of course we will help you decide, providing information on each and every one of these spectacular monuments. Now, you will have free time to explore the town, walk the streets and alleys, do some shopping, and taste the famous pastries of Sintra: the “Queijadas” and the “Travesseiros”. We follow our Lisbon Sintra Tour by visiting the monument previously chosen. Next we stop for lunch (not included in price) of your choice. We’ll give information on the different offers in the area and also make some recommendations if needed. 

Driving back to Lisbon along road “Marginal” enjoying breathtaking ocean scenery, we arrive in Belem (Bethlehem), the monumental area dedicated to the great portuguese seafarers of the 15th and 16th centuries. Here we will visit the Tower of Belem (the symbol of Lisbon), the monastery of St. Jerome (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos), a masterpiece of portuguese 16th century architecture and World Heritage Monument by UNESCO, and the monument to the Discoveries. We will not leave the area without tasting the most famous pastry in Portugal: the “Pastel de Belem”, delicious egg custard pastry once made by the monks at the Jeronimo’s monastery.
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