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Latin Style: Six Days of Sunshine in Spain and Portugal [Madrid up Lisbon down](trip code:OTEU-SP06M

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Spain, Portugal, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, Valencia, Málaga, Sevilla, Granada

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Online booking → Online payment → Confirmation of order (within 1 working day) → Visa application → Confirmation letter sent (3-5 days before departure) → Enjoy travel

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Online payment: Payment in USD, GBP, EUR and RMB is supported.
Payment by phone: If you have any questions about online payment, you can pay by phone 4006397788 (China) 01908259988 (UK).
Bank Transfer: Please make sure to fill in the online registration form first, then call for the omega transfer account number for bank counter or online transfer (please try to use the instant payment form).

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Online booking is subject to full payment. The number of places is limited and your booking will be confirmed in the order of completion of payment. Please do not book transport or hotels before receiving the confirmation letter to avoid unnecessary trouble and loss.
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Pick-up time: 8 : 50 am
Pick-up point: Bus stop opposite the VP|PLAZA ESPAÑA Hotel


Waiting place: Meet at the bus stop opposite the hotel

Drop-off time and place: approx. 18:00-18:30 pm Lisbon, end of the tour at the Monastery of Genoimo (please ask your tour guide directly for the exact time)

Note: Coaches are not rail transport such as trains or subways and are greatly affected by traffic conditions and weather.

Warm Tips

1、The on/off locations shown in the tour confirmation letter after successful registration shall prevail, please do not change the on/off locations on your own at short notice to avoid unnecessary losses and troubles.

2、If we are unable to pick up or drop off the tour due to vehicle allocation problems, we will purchase bus tickets for guests in advance.

3. If you need to book tickets for connecting trains or buses, we recommend that you allow at least one hour for transfer to avoid traffic jams or delays due to unforeseen circumstances.
Price includes

1、Transportation: Omega's exclusive travel fleet, Will adjust to  commercial vehicle if group member is less than 8.

2、Accommodation: Local standard 4-star hotel with fine continental buffet breakfast; for guests who choose 1/2 room sharing, we will upgrade the room type to single room for free in case of no same gender room sharing.

3、Breakfast: Continental buffet breakfast is provided.

4、Driver & Guide: Senior tour guide.

5、Including the escort of attractions without tickets (most need to buy tickets to enter the attractions due to special control, the guide can not accompany the entry explanation, we hope you to understand).

Prices not includes

1, the attractions entrance fee: the group is without any disguised shopping or forced excursions, please choose to buy tickets to attractions.

2、Tip for the guide: (standard 4 Euros per person per day).

3, single room rate: 250 euros per person (single registration to ensure that same-sex guests share a room, if you request a single room to pay this fee, only the whole purchase).

4、Room type: Due to the limited number of rooms available in the hotel, guests who choose the Family Room/Triple Room will be required to share a room with another guest of the same gender in the group if the hotel is unable to supply the room. (Note: Please note the name of the guest who can share a room when placing your order)

5、Travel insurance: Please purchase travel insurance for this tour. This is required during the validity of your tourist visa or when applying for a visa. Please contact your insurance company to make a claim for any financial loss caused by non-human factors, such as delayed transport, sudden discomfort and withdrawal from the tour.

6、Lunch and dinner: During the tour, our tour guide will recommend local restaurants that are authentic and delicious, and will also introduce you to affordable and efficient fast food restaurants, dining consumption independent choice.

7、Other consumption: laundry, haircut, chargeable internet, TV, and other private expenses and other expenses not included in the "price includes".

8、Round-trip airfare: round-trip transportation from the place of departure to Madrid; hotel fees for the last night of the tour; other ground transportation costs not specified (visa, airfare, travel insurance, etc.); tour programs or transportation costs (sightseeing cable cars, sightseeing boats, taxis, etc.).

* We reserve the right of final interpretation of any other costs not specified in the above paragraph.


If you cancel or reschedule your tour due to personal reasons, the following fees will be deducted based on the date you send the email confirming your cancellation.

Refund, the standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
15 days before departure, 10% of the total cost of the tour is charged. 
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 40% of the total tour cost is charged.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.


Date Change, The standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
30 days or more before departure: one free change of dates (one chance per order, reschedule according to normal terms and conditions).
15 days or more before the tour, 5% of the total tour price will be charged for rescheduling.
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 30% of the total tour cost for rescheduling.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.


Transfer of places to other people.
1、If you are unable to participate in this tour for personal reasons and need to transfer your place to another person, please notify us in writing at least 7 days before the tour and we will try our best to arrange it without any charge.
2, If we have issued visa documents for guests who have booked for the first time but are unable to join the tour, we will charge the transferring party £70 per person for the visa documents, regardless of whether the transferee requires visa documents or not.


Refund from a tour due to visa refusal. 
If you have submitted complete and accurate visa documents at the right time, but the visa is refused by the embassy without any reason, we will only deduct a £25 processing fee if you notify us by email and present the official letter of refusal at least five days (not including the fifth day) before departure.

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Madrid Madrid → Zaragoza

Full day
Meeting point: 08:50 AM at the bus stop opposite the VP|PLAZA ESPAÑA hotel

Address: Plaza de España, 5, 28008 Madrid

Enjoy the sights of Madrid: Plaza de España, Gran Via, Puerta del Sol, etc.

Madrid

Madrid is the centre of Spain, both politically and geographically. The blazing sunshine of the southern European highlands gives Madrid a fiery temperament, perhaps not quite elegant, but a hot-eyed look that puts it on a par with any other European capital.



Plaza de España, Madrid
This large square is located in the Puerta del Sol - Gran Via area, the main tourist axis in the centre of Madrid. On the square stands one of the most popular attractions for tourists - the Cervantes Monument. A fountain pool and numerous flower beds surround two of Madrid"s most emblematic buildings: the Torre de Madrid and the Edificio España, which together form one of the most distinctive architectural complexes in the city.

Gran Via
Gran Vía is a gorgeous upmarket shopping street in the heart of the Spanish capital, Madrid, stretching from Alcalá Street (near Plaza Cibeles) in the east to Plaza de España in the west. This lively street, one of the city"s most important shopping areas, is home to a large number of hotels and major cinemas and is known for its large buildings.

Puerta del Sol Square
Right in the heart of Madrid, Puerta del Sol is the most famous square in the centre of the city, from where ten streets radiate outwards. Standing in this semi-circular square, at the foot of which is the start of the national roads that stretch across the country, the pavement is paved with a sign saying ,0km,, indicating that this is the end of all the roads in the country and the point of intersection.

Bronze statue of a bear climbing a tree
Although Madridites call this statue "the little male bear and the bush", it was actually a female bear that was used as the Madrid logo in ancient times, and the tree it climbs is not a bush but a red berry tree. But a plague in history changed the original design. In 1548, Carlos I granted the request to change the name of the berry tree in the city"s emblem to a shrub. Another popular legend is that the statue reveals the origin of the name ,Madrid,. The Spanish word for Madrid is Madrid, which can be split into two words, Madre, meaning mother, and id, which in ancient Spanish means to run, to go, to leave. It is said that a child saw a bear coming and shouted ,Mummy run,, which is the origin of the name Madrid.


Plaza Mayor
The Plaza Mayor, built in 1619 by King Filippo III of Spain, with his gallant statue on horseback in the centre, is the most lively meeting place in Madrid.

San Miguel Market
Declared a cultural attraction, the San Miguel market is one of the most fashionable spaces in Madrid and a meeting place for food lovers. The desserts of San Onofre are a few examples of the modern gastronomic content of this historic old market, a gourmet"s paradise. Of course it is also a lively place to eat TAPA tapas.

The Royal Palace of Madrid
The Royal Palace of Madrid is one of the most beautiful buildings in the capital and one of the best preserved palaces in the world; it was once the castle of the Arab rulers in the 9th century and was recaptured by the Christians and became the residence of successive kings, but was destroyed by fire in 1734.

Note that this attraction is optional!

Price reference for optional extras.

13€ per person for the Royal Palace of Madrid. (Ticket prices are for reference only and are subject to actual local publication. Due to the large crowds and queues, consider booking online if you wish to enter).
Buy tickets at https://entradas.patrimonionacional.es/es-ES/informacion-recinto/6/palacio-real-de-madrid


Las Ventas Bullring, Madrid
The Las Ventas Bullring is the most famous bullring in Spain. Located in the Quindalera district of the Salamanca region in the east of Madrid, the Ras Ventas bullring was built in 1929 and opened on 17 June 1931. It has a seating capacity of 25,000. The Ras Bantas bullring is approximately 65 metres in diameter and is one of the largest rings in the world. 


Zaragoza
Zaragoza is the capital of the autonomous region of Aragon, Spain, and the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Aragon, which was the fifth largest city in Spain. In 2008 Zaragoza hosted the EXPO 2008 World Fair on the theme of the use of water resources.

Cathedral of Our Lady of Pilar
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pilar, known as the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary by the Pilar, is a national historic building and one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Spain. Legend has it that the city of Zaragoza became famous when the Virgin Mary appeared to the world from a stone pillar on the banks of the Ebro River. The cathedral and the square were built around the pillar where the Virgin appeared, and it is prayed that the Virgin will bless the people of the city for generations to come.

Visits to this site are subject to the day"s itinerary and guided tours. If time or itinerary constraints prevent this site from being visited, please ask your guide for details.

  • Breakfast:self-catered
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Zaragoza → Barcelona

Full day
After breakfast, meet and greet in Barcelona and enjoy the Gothic architecture and sightseeing.
Barcelona
The Gothic style of the old buildings and the skyscrapers make up the mesmerising skyline of Barcelona. The disjointed alleyways that cling to the edges of the new town and the industrial-era chimneys that pop up in the quaint old town seem to be a natural fit in Barcelona.

Nou Camp Stadium
Located in the city of Barcelona, Spain, the Nou Camp stadium is the home of La Liga side Barcelona. The Nou Camp is the largest stadium on the entire continent and it is also the second largest in the world, after the legendary Maracana stadium in Brazil. The modern, universal facilities now make it the best football stadium in Europe. In the 1998-99 season, the UEFA awarded it a ,five-star, status.
(This site is not open to visitors)


Sagrada Familia Cathedral
The Sagrada Familia Cathedral, located in the north of Barcelona, is the most prestigious tourist attraction and landmark in the city, and is the only building in the world to have been listed as a World Heritage Site before it was completed. The construction of the church was initiated by a group called Josephine to build a church of atonement where decadent people could pray to God and ask for forgiveness, and in 1883 the architectural genius Gaudi took over as chief architect at the age of 31.



Note that this attraction is optional!

Price reference for ancillary items.


Sagrada Familia Church, Barcelona: €25 per person (including audio guide, ticket prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes) Please note that during the high season the Sagrada Familia Church is overcrowded due to crowd control and queues, if you wish to visit the church, please book your own tickets online at https://sagradafamilia.org/es/tickets- Individual, expected visit times 13:30 - 15:30, we recommend booking your tickets online at least a week in advance

Olympic Stadium
This was the main venue for the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, where the opening and closing ceremonies and the athletics competitions were held. The streamlined torch tower is located at the northern entrance to the stadium, where you can imagine the spectacular ceremony of the opening ceremony, when Antonio Rebolo shot the arrow to light the Olympic flame. Standing at the entrance to the stadium, you can look out over the city of Barcelona. After the Barcelona Olympics in 1992, it was mainly used to host some of Barcelona"s football matches, in addition to the many concerts that took place here.

National Museum of Catalan Art (exterior)
Situated on the Montaqui Hill in Barcelona, the museum was built between 1926 and 1929 specifically for the 1929 World Exhibition in Barcelona and became the official home of the National Museum of Catalan Art in 1934.

Monument to Christopher Columbus
The Columbus Monument, located at the end of Rambla Street near Barcelona"s harbour, was built in 1886 in anticipation of the Universal Exhibition and to commemorate Columbus"s voyage around the world. The monument is made of ochre marble and stands some 60 metres high, with a statue of Columbus some 7 metres high, overlooking the harbour of Barcelona. The body of the monument is carved with five goddesses flying in the air, with the words "Glory to Columbus" and "Homage to Columbus" in Spanish, and the base is surrounded by eight stone lions, a majestic sight.

Ramblas
The Ramblas are located in Barcelona and are the most spacious street in the city. It is also known as the Avenue of the Wanderers, because of the variety of performances by wandering artists and the various sculptures of human beings that line the street. The long ribbon running from Plaça Catalunya down to the port area is over 1,800 metres long and is divided into five main sections, the most famous of which are the Flower Street and the Uptown.

Plazza Catalunya
Placa Catalunya is a large square in the old part of the Spanish city of Barcelona, where several important streets intersect. It covers an area of 50,000 square metres and is famous for its fountains and sculptures, as well as the many pigeons that gather there. The Diamond Palace is the largest fine jewellery and watch company in Barcelona and, as the only distributor of loose diamonds in Spain for the Belgian and Israeli diamond trading centres, it has become known to the jewellery trade as the diamond trading centre of Spain.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Barcelona → Valencia → Benidorm → Alicante

Full day
Valencia
The city of Valencia is located in the south-east of Spain, bordered by the sea to the east and backed by vast plains, with a pleasant climate in all seasons, and is known as a jewel on the west coast of the Mediterranean. With a current population of around 800,000, it is the third largest city in the country. Valencia"s coastline is mostly straight and flat, except north of Alicante, where the mountains reach down to the sea. The coastline is rocky and beautiful, with long stretches of beach glistening with white gravel, known as the ,white coast,. The most famous tourist destination on this coastline, Benidorm, used to be a small, quiet fishing village, but now more than a million people come here in the summer to escape the heat. The city is surrounded by mountains, ancient trees, cliffs and flying clouds, making it a perfect place to escape the cold. Classic and new villas and hotels are hidden among the palm trees, yachts ply the calm Persian Gulf, and swimmers run along the white sandy beaches. To the south of Alicante is a bustling town and a traditional Spanish retreat, with a beautiful seafront boulevard covered with huge palm trees.

The Old City Gate of Valencia
The Old City Gate of Valencia, built in the fourteenth century, is located in the north-east of the old town and is an important part of Valencia"s old city walls, a masterpiece of Gothic military architecture. Like the Torres de Quart, it is still a magnificent sight to see the damage that has been done to the Old City Gate over the years.
(This site is not available for internal tours)

Plaza de la Virgen de Valencia
In the middle of the square stands the famous fountain of the Tulia River, with a male statue half reclining, half sitting on a raised platform, surrounded by a number of nymphs in various poses, either holding or clutching jars of water, and a continuous stream of water that makes a dramatic splash. This is also where the annual flower-laying ceremony of the Virgin Mary takes place on the Feast of Fayal. The open-air cafés around the square are a great place to enjoy the view of Valencia"s old town.

Valencia Cathedral
The Cathedral is a landmark of Valencia, built on the site of a 3rd century mosque, which has been remodelled and renovated over a long period of time in a mixture of architectural styles.

(This site is not accessible)


Valencia City of Science and Art
When it comes to examples of Spain"s futuristic architecture, Valencia"s Ciudad de las Artes Científicas is a must-see.  The City of Science and Arts is divided into the IMAX cinema, a hemispherical symbol for the Eye of Knowledge, the fishbone Prince Felipe Science Museum, the Queen Sofia Theatre, Europe"s largest oceanarium with over 40,000 marine creatures and the Golden Barrier Bridge. The crystal clear waters of the pool and the flawless blue sky form the most perfect combination for a relaxing local holiday.

Benidorm [€20 per person on your own]
Benidorm is located in the south-east of Spain and is part of the province of Alicante. Benidorm is a modern tourist town, built on the Mediterranean coast, with a mountainous terrain. When you enter Benidorm, you are actually in the Costa Blanca region of Spain. Despite its small size, the city is full of high-rise buildings, most of which are star hotels, so you can imagine how the tourism industry is flourishing. Benidorm is also known as the ,Little Hong Kong of Spain,. In addition to the high rise buildings, the prices are relatively low compared to the first tier cities in Spain, much like the free trade port of Hong Kong.

In the morning, you will visit Valencia Cathedral, where you will feel the devotion of the people and the perfect blend of science and art in the City of Science and Art.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Alacant, Alicante → Granada → Malaga

Full day
Morning departure for excursions to the following sites.
Granada
Granada, in the south of Spain, is surrounded by the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is known as an elegant old city, not only for its beautiful and dreamy Alhambra, but also for its relaxed lifestyle. The artistic splendour of the monuments and the watery beauty of the fountains, ponds and parks are a delight to the eye.

The Alhambra
The majestic Alhambra has stood in Granada since the Middle Ages and is a stunning masterpiece from any angle. As one walks through the Alhambra, one can always see the wondrous blend of two religious cultures and artistic styles, Islamic and Christian.

Note that this attraction is optional!

Price reference for optional extras.

Alhambra 14€/person. (Ticket prices are for reference only and are subject to local publication. Due to the large crowds and queues, please book online in advance if you wish to enter, we recommend booking tickets between 14:00 and 15:00).


Ticketing website: https://tickets.alhambra-patronato.es/?ca=1&lg=en-GB

Phone: 858953616


Málaga
The seaside city of Málaga is the second largest city in the Andalusian region and home to the Spanish painting wizard Picasso. Málaga is popular with European and American holidaymakers for its welcoming blue sea and warm Mediterranean climate, and is the gateway to the Costa del Sol.

Picasso Museum in Málaga
The Picasso Museum is a converted 16th century palace that retains its Renaissance style. The museum houses a total of 233 Picasso"s works, drawings and sculptures, among others. The collection ranges from the original academic style of the great artist to the works of Picasso in the 1970s. One of the more famous works is the Portrait of Paul in a White Hat. The museum was funded by the heirs of local artists. The location is a little remote. The museum has an audio guide in Chinese and admission is free with a Spanish student residence or youth card. The museum closes at 19:00 from March to June, at 20:00 from July to August, at 19:00 from September to October and at 18:00 from November to February.

Note that this attraction is self-paying!

No advance booking is required, you can queue for tickets on site. (Please consult your guide for specific itinerary arrangements)

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Malaga → Sevilla

Full day
After breakfast, travel to Sevilla, the city of orange blossom (optional: subject to availability and time, an optional excursion to British Gibraltar may be added)
Sevilla
Sevilla is a city of orange blossom, symbolised by the orange trees that dot its parks and streets. When the orange blossom blooms, Sevilla celebrates the joyous April festival and the great celebration of Holy Week. It is the stage for Carmen, Don Juan and Figaro, a tragicomedy played out against the backdrop of Seville"s streets, churches and bullfights. This is the birthplace of flamenco, and whether it is joyful or sad, Seville"s dance is always spirited and powerful.


Sevilla Cathedral
Sevilla Cathedral is the most famous building in Sevilla, one of the "Big Three" of the world, along with the Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican and St Paul"s Cathedral in London. Originally a large mosque, it was demolished by the Christian rulers at the end of the 14th century and rebuilt over a period of about 100 years. The coffin of the navigator Christopher Columbus is buried in the churchyard.

Note that this attraction is optional!

Price reference for optional extras.

Sevilla Cathedral: €9 per person. (Ticket prices are for reference only and are subject to actual local publication. Due to the large crowds and queues, please book online in advance if you wish to visit the church)
Visiting hours: If the bus travels to Gibraltar in the morning, the church can be visited from approximately 16:00 - 17:30; if the bus does not travel to Gibraltar in the morning, the church can be visited approximately 3 to 4 hours earlier. (Church tickets can be purchased on site; 1-2 days before the visit to Seville Cathedral, the guide will consult the group to decide whether or not to visit the optional tours on the way from Malaga to Seville, at which point visitors who wish to purchase their tickets online can book their church tickets online themselves in advance.)

Tickets can be purchased online at https://articketing.vocces.com/


Castillo de Alçaza
The Castle of Alçaza is a magnificent building on the north bank of the Guadagui River, rebuilt in the early 14th century on the site of the palace of the Islamic kings at the behest of the Christian King Alfonso 11.
Note that this attraction is optional!

Price reference for optional extras.

Alçaza Castle: €12.50 per person. (Ticket prices are for reference only and are subject to local publication. Due to the large crowds and queues, please book online in advance if you wish to enter)

Visit times: If the morning bus travels to Gibraltar, the visit to the Castle of Alçaza will take place from approximately 17:30 - 19:30; if the morning bus does not travel to Gibraltar, the visit to the Castle of Alçaza can take place approximately 3 to 4 hours earlier. (Tickets can be purchased on site; 1-2 days before the visit, the guide will consult with the group to decide whether or not to visit the optional tours on the way from Malaga to Sevilla, at which point visitors who wish to purchase tickets online can book their own tickets online in advance.)

Tickets can be purchased at https://realalcazarsevilla.sacatuentrada.es/



Maria Luisa Park
Located in Sevilla (Spain), the Maria Luisa Park is one of the city"s most famous public gardens and parks and one of the city"s green lungs. Originally part of the private gardens belonging to the San Telmo Palace, these areas were donated to the city of Sevilla in 1893 by Princess Maria Luisa Fernanda de Bulfon (Duchess of Montpensier) as a park. It was decorated by the French engineer Jean-Claude Nicolas Frères, who created a very romantic garden inspired by the garden of La Rive, the royal palace of Seville Castle.

Plaza de España
The Plaza de España in Seville was built in 1929 as a square-type building for the Ibero-American World Exhibition. The square is semi-circular in shape, with a Romanesque fountain in the centre, a ribbon of water around the straight north-west side, and red brick buildings with connecting corridors on the curved side. Outside the square are sparse woods and woodland paths where horse-drawn carriages with red or yellow wheels are parked on the tree-shaded paths.

Holy Cross
The old quarter of Seville, with its typical Andalusian style, was renovated between 1912 and 1920, but still retains its old-fashioned atmosphere.

The Golden Tower
The Golden Tower is an Arabian-style fortress, named after the gold dusting around it, or, according to legend, because it was once a vault for gold. According to legend, it was the first stop in Spain when Columbus returned from his colonial invasion of the Americas and unloaded a large amount of gold and jewellery, which was temporarily stored here.

Sevilla Bullring
The Plaza de toros de Sevilla is the oldest bullring in Spain. It is the site of Sevilla"s annual ,Festival of Abril,, one of the most famous bullfighting festivals in the world. The square is considered one of the city"s most enjoyable tourist attractions and is certainly one of the most visited. As a bullfighting arena, it is considered one of the most challenging environments in the world because of its long history, its distinctive character and the fact that its audience is considered one of the most ruthless bullfighting fans.

(No admission to this attraction)

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Sevilla → Lisbon

Full day
Lisbon is an industrial city, a cosmopolitan city and today the political, economic, cultural and educational centre of Portugal, as well as a famous tourist city in Europe.
Lisbon
Lisbon, the capital of the Portuguese Republic, is the largest seaport city in Portugal and has been inhabited since prehistoric times. As one of the smallest, least expensive and most interesting cities in Europe, Lisbon is a life-friendly and relaxing place to visit, with beautiful views over the Tagus River from the city"s rolling hills.

Cape Roca
Cape Roca, about 40 kilometres from Lisbon, is the westernmost point of Portugal and the westernmost point of the entire Eurasian continent. A lighthouse and a cross facing the ocean have been built on the cliffs of Cape Roca. The monument bears the famous inscription in Portuguese: ,The land ends here, the sea begins here, (Onde a terra acaba e o mar começa). Cape Roca has been voted by internet users as one of the ,50 best places to visit in the world,.

Belém Tower
The Tower of Belém is one of the most iconic landmarks in Portugal"s harbour, witnessing the voyages and departures, returns and reunions of numerous Portuguese ships during the Age of Sail.

Reference prices for optional extras.

Belém Tower: €6 per person (admission prices are for reference only and subject to actual local publication.


Nautical Monument
The Nautical Monument, also known as the Monument to the Great Discoveries, has been standing next to the Plaza de la Empresa since its inauguration in 1960 and has become one of Lisbon"s newest landmarks thanks to its beautiful stance and contemporary design.

Reference prices for optional extras.

Nautical Monument: €6 per person (admission prices are for reference only and subject to local publication.)




Jerónimo Monastery
The Monastery of Jerónimo is a typical example of the Manueline architecture popular in the early 16th century, with its grandeur and ornate carvings.

(No admission to this site)

The tour ends at the Monastery of Genoimo in Lisbon at approximately 18:00-18:30 pm. (Please ask your tour guide directly for exact times)

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Not included

Visa Notice

A Schengen visa is required to join this tour.

If you are applying for a Schengen visa in connection with another itinerary or accommodation, it is important to follow the basic principle that you apply for a Schengen visa for the country in which you will spend the most time during your entire trip. If you are staying in two or more countries for the same amount of time during your trip, you will need a Schengen visa for the country you entered first.

If you need a Schengen visa, we can issue you with the visa documents for your trip. It takes about 5 working days for us to prepare the documents after you have signed up and paid for the trip, and we will send them to the contact email address you have filled in by E-Mail.

To ensure a smooth visa process, it is advisable to register for the tour and book your visa about 45 days in advance.



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