Same as the start point
Take a tour of the most famous historical attractions of Lisbon, capital of Portugal. The tour departs from the Marques de Pombal and accompanied by a guide, travel in a bus to:
The Jeronimos Monastery: Arguably the most prominent monument of Lisbon. It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Belem Tower: Another UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Alfama: The oldest district of Lisbon.
Rossio: Also known as Pedro IV Square which has some interesting cafes and shops dating back to the 18th century.
After lunch, you will proceed to Sintra Village.
Sintra Palace: A magnificent palace (replaced by a visit to Queluz Palace on Wednesdays)
Cabo da Roca: This is the western-most point in Europe.
Guincho: This is a fishing port in Cascais.
Estoril: It is famous for its large casino and lush gardens.
About the Supplier: MTS Globe is one of the leading tour operators in Europe and is operational in 65 destinations across 19 countries. They offer comprehensive destination services run by local experts.
Voucher Type: Paper
Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.
The Jeronimos Monastery & Coach Museum is closed on Mondays, this will be replaced with a visit to either the Palacio da Ajuda.
Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish & German
Good tour but it started late and ended pretty late . Better time management necesary...
I booked the Lisbon, Sintra and the Lisbon Coast - Tour and must say that the tour was really good. The tour guide was very informative and looking forward to book again....
The tour was absolutely delightful ! The sight seeing of Lisbon and especially of Sintra palace, Cabo de Rocca, Cascais coast and Estorial coast was simply amazing ! The tour...
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