Best of Lisbon in 5 Days

The way this package is design is unique!
We design this 5 days package so that our clients will have the opportunity to see and explore all the best Monuments and sites that Lisbon has to offer, without rushing throughout the several places to visit.
More time and no rush, more amazing memories!

per adult from




5 days


Hotel pickup available


Mobile ticket

Select Date and Travellers

No tour options available.

  • What's included :
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • Private transportation
    • WiFi on board
    What's excluded :
    • Entries
    • Gratuities
    • Meals
    • Entry/Admission - Park and National Palace of Pena
    • Entry/Admission - Quinta da Regaleira
    • Entry/Admission - Palacio Nacional de Mafra
    • Entry/Admission - National Palace of Queluz

  • Day 1: Arrival Transfer

    Stop At: Lisbon - Airport, 1700-008 Lisbon, Portugal
    Private transfer to the Hotel in the city Center, and introduction to our Fantastic Tour around Lisbon
    Duration: 30 minutes

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 2: Lisbon City Tour

    Stop At: Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon 1250-096 Portugal
    Lisbon’s answer to the Champ-Elysee is an elegant boulevard, linking the Praca dos Restauradores in the Baixa district to the Marques de Pombal roundabout and the Parque Eduardo VII. With its central location and grandiose styling locals refer to it as simply 'Avenida'.

    Pavement - Avenida da Liberdade - Lisbon
    Avenida da Liberdade
    Built in the 1880s, the avenue’s multiple traffic lanes are divided by attractive parks and mosaic pavements. A number of statues and monuments can be found along its length, including a memorial to those who lost their lives in the First World War.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Se Catedral, Largo da Se, Lisbon 1100-585 Portugal
    Reputed to be the oldest building in Lisbon, the cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) certainly has the appearance of being built to last. Compared to the frivolous Manueline architecture of the Jeronimos Monastery the Romanesque lines of the cathedral appear quite austere. Along with castellated walls and arrow slits in the towers Lisbon Cathedral, like other Portuguese cathedrals of the period, had the appearance of a fortress as much as a church.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, Largo do Monte, Lisbon 1170-253 Portugal
    Perched upon a hillside in the Graca neighbourhood, Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, (Our Lady of the Hill), looks out over Lisbon and is the city's highest lookout point or miradouro. With such a position it means it offers uninterrupted 250 degree panoramic views across Lisbon from the stunning old quarters and castle to the downtown district of the city and beyond; it's a perfect opportunity to get some amazing photographs of the landscape and city as well as the Tagus River estuary and the Castle of Saint George.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Praceta do Cristo Rei 27A Não é localizado em Lisboa e sim em Almada, Almada 2800-058 Portugal
    The statue of Cristo Rei (Christ the King) with his arms outstretched dominates the skyline of the far bank of the river from Lisbon. From the city it is hard to grasp quite how big this statue is, but it is huge. Set atop a 82m (270ft) plinth the figure of Christ measures nearly 30 metres (100ft) in height. This makes it marginally smaller than the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro and there is no denying the obvious influences.

    The pedestal upon which the figure stands is fairly impressive in its own right. It consists of four arches with the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Paz (Our Lady of Peace) in the centre. Two of the mighty legs of the pedestal contain an elevator system which takes visitors up to the viewing platform at Christ's feet. This is around 80 metres (260ft) up and combined with the elevated cliff top position provides a great vantage point overlooking Lisbon.
    Duration: 45 minutes

    Stop At: Torre de Belem, Avenida Brasilia - Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal
    The Torre de Belem was built in 1515 to guard the entrance to Lisbon's busy harbour. But the designer (Francisco de Arruda) went far beyond the requirements of a functional fortress and created a Manueline masterpiece decorated with innumerable exquisite decorative flourishes. The stonework features beautiful ornate windows and Moorish inspired turrets along with motifs and sculptures of things as diverse as historical figures and a rhinoceros.

    The tower went well beyond its role as protector of the harbour and became something of a national symbol. This is where many of the Voyages of Discovery departed and has long been a welcoming site for returning sailors. Today the Tower of Belem is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage monument.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Padrao dos Descobrimentos Avenida Brasilia Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal
    52 metre high monument on the waterside in Belem. The monument was built to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the death of Henry the Navigator. It features 33 prominent people of that era

    Celebrating the achievements of explorers during the building of Portugal's empire is the Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Discoveries Monument). It represents a ship's prow featuring more than 30 statues of historical figures who played a big part in Portugal's Age of Discoveries. These include King Alfonso V, Vasco da Gama, Pedro Alvares Cabral and Ferdinand Magellan, with Henry the Navigator being the most prominent. On the pavement, just in front of the monument you will find the Mappa Mundi, a giant marble map of the world and important dates in history on the monument.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Praca do Imperio Belém, Lisbon 1400-206 Portugal
    The Jerónimos Monastery was built during most of the 16th century in the Manueline style. It was built at a time when Portugal had an empire and was in the mood to show the World its status through a plethora of monuments and palaces

    One of the first and definitely grandest example of Manueline architecture to be found anywhere in Portugal; the Jerónimos Monastery in Belem is the embodiment of Portugal's exuberance during the Age of Discoveries. This is recognised in by the UNESCO World Heritage monument the monastery received in 1983.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Pastéis de Belém, R. de Belém 84 92, 1300-085 Lisboa, Portugal
    The best treat in town served in a beautiful cacophony of blue and white decor, is how you might describe this place. Located in the (well worth a visit) riverside suburb of Belém , the Antiga Confeitaria de Belém is the mecca of the Portuguese custard tart lover.

    The tart itself (named a pastel de nata) combines a perfectly crunchy pastry shell with an egg custard filling that is neither too sweet, nor too eggy and just the right side of firm. Finer you will struggle to find, and perhaps this is due to the top-secret recipe that has been passed down from master confectioner to his successor since the bakery’s inception in 1837. Indeed the ingredients are mixed behind closed doors to this day!
    Duration: 30 minutes

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 3: Sintra Tour

    Stop At: Park and National Palace of Pena, Estrada da Pena, Sintra 2710-609 Portugal
    Fairytale castle meets Disney palace set on top of the hill high above Sintra. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the finest examples of 19th century Romanticism anywhere in the world

    No visit to Sintra would be complete without spending some time marvelling at the enchanting Palacio Nacional da Pena. This canary-yellow and terracotta coloured former palace is perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the town and is an eclectic mix of different styles of architecture which somehow or other manage to blend beautifully together.
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    Stop At: Sintra, Sintra, Sintra Municipality, Lisbon District, Central Portugal
    Considered not only one of the wonders of Portugal but indeed of Europe, Sintra is truly a gem. Once the royal town of the country, it now deservedly holds UNESCO world heritage status and attracts hordes of visitors throughout the year. Its unusual geography, nestled in a stretch of hills surrounded on all sides by plain, estuary or ocean, and its subsequent climate, which is perhaps more typical of Northern Europe, create a verdant paradise where ornate palaces lie hidden behind tall trees and walled gardens, history abounds and romantics feel that they have at last found their nirvana.

    Hans Christian Anderson found inspiration here, describing Sintra as the "most beautiful place in Portugal" and Lord Byron during his time here christened it his "glorious Eden".

    Time for Lunch - Meals are your private quality time and they are not included, but our guide will recommend you a good local restaurant

    Duration: 4 hours

    Stop At: Quinta da Regaleira, Rua Barbosa do Bocage, Sintra 2710-567 Portugal
    Stunning romantic style palace and chapel set in parkland featuring lakes, grottoes, wells and fountains. Built by Carvalho Monteiro at the turn of the century as a private residence the estate was in private hands until it was purchased by the local council in 1997

    This lavish, gothic-style mansion, set in equally fascinating grounds is close to the historic centre of Sintra. Known locally as the “palace of Monteiro the millionaire”, the estate was bought by Antonio Carvalho Monteiro, an altruistic, if rather eccentric entomologist with a fascination for all things esoteric. With the help of Italian architect Luigi Manini, he set about transforming the villa and surrounding estate into the intriguing place we see today.
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 4: Cascais and the Atlantic Coast

    Stop At: Cascais, Cascais, Lisbon District, Central Portugal
    At the end of one of the suburban train lines out of the capital lies Cascais. This once tiny fishing village has grown in the last century to become the elegant beach town that it is today. Visitors are no stranger to Cascais, having attracted various monarchs over the ages, a summer-dwelling artistic community in the thirties and continued to charm people both Portuguese and foreign ever since.

    Despite its proximity to Lisbon and having swelled enormously in size this, the centre of the Costa do Sol, still retains much of the charm of its fishing past and indeed present. The daily catch is still auctioned in the harbourside square and colourful boats still bob in the harbour, their owners often found mending nets on the quay.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Estrada Cabo da Roca, Colares 2705-001 Portugal
    The rocky headland of Cabo da Roca , 40 kilometres southwest of Lisbon, has the distinction of being the most westerly point of mainland Europe and the Eurasian landmass and there is a monument here to tell you just that. To make sure you are still in no doubt, certificates to prove you have been here can be bought from the souvenir shop.

    The stunning view from the 144 metre-high (500ft) granite cliffs takes in the Serra de Sintra, the big open sky and the crashing waves of the seemingly endless Atlantic Ocean. No wonder it was once thought that this place was at the edge of the world. The overall effect is one of windswept isolation, and for bird spotters there are a wide variety of migratory and sea birds to be seen, roosting amongst the cliffs and rocks just offshore. Some areas are sectioned off for the safety of visitors.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Palacio Nacional de Mafra, Terreiro Dom Joao v, Mafra 2640-492 Portugal
    The Mafra National Palace is an enormous Baroque and Italianized Neoclassical palace / monastery in the otherwise unremarkable small town of Mafra.When it was built in the early 1700s this was one of the largest buildings in Europe. Today it is still one of the biggest palaces in the world.

    It was built by King João V to celebrate the birth of his daughter. Although it is also conveniently situated close to some of the best hunting forests of Portugal.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Ericeira, Ericeira, Mafra, Lisbon District, Central Portugal
    Ericeira, perched on high cliffs some thirty meters above a string of sandy beaches, has benefited greatly from it's location. A small fishing village whose name derives from sea urchins

    (Ouricos do Mar) and where shellfish are still reared in tanks that can be seen at the bottom of the cliffs, Ericeira is home to one of the very few natural harbours between Cascais and Peniche. Because of this the small fishing village grew into a major port, with boats leaving to trade with countries as far away as Scotland and Brazil.

    Time for Lunch - Meals are your private quality time and they are not included, but our guide will recommend you a good local restaurant

    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: National Palace of Queluz, Largo do Palacio, Queluz 2745-191 Portugal
    One of the last great Rococo buildings to be built in Europe. The sumptuous 18th century palace was built as a summer retreat for Dom Pedro of Braganza but later became the official royal residence

    The Palace at Queluz was built in the latter half of the 18th century from a design by two of the periods most esteemed architects; Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Robillon and the Portuguese Mateus Vicente de Oliveira. Together they created this "Portuguese Versailles" in the Rococo style as a manor house for King Pedro II.
    Duration: 1 hour

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 5: Departure Transfer

    Stop At: Lisbon - Airport, 1700-008 Lisbon, Portugal
    After cheking out and with a minimum of 2 hours before your flight, our guide with transport you in a private transfer to the Airport
    Duration: 15 minutes

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.
  • Departure Point :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Children seats are available upon requestAirports
    • Lisboa Airport, Alameda das Comunidades Portuguesas, Lisbon 1700-111 Portugal
    • Lisbon Cruise Port - Jardim do Tabaco Quay, Doca Jardim do Tabaco Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa, Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 1100-651 Lisboa, Portugal
    Departure Time :
    8:30 AM
    Return Detail :
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Infant seats available
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Stroller accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Face masks provided for travelers
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


English - Guide

Age Req.


Fitness Req.


Group Size


Organised by Joaquim Lopes

Activity ID: V-36731P40

More like this

Is this your business?

If this is your business, Claim Your Listing so you can manage and update your profile through our Business Portal.

Or you can improve this listing by Suggesting an Edit .