Lisbon and Barcelona two cosmopolitan cities united in an exciting tour. Each one with its history, art and architecture that characterize them, but that connect perfectly. Lisbon, by the Tagus River, Barcelona by the Mediterranean Sea. Charming cities, as much to offer to its visitors and both excellent to stroll, relax and fully enjoy their cultures.
Places to visit:
Visit the monuments of Belém and take the opportunity to sample the famous “Pastéis de Belém” served since 1841. Also visit the Museu dos Coches, with the world's largest collection of leisure and ceremonial vehicles from the 16th to the 19th centuries, and also visit the Museu da Marinha.
Come and visit the Mercado da Ribeira, at Cais do Sodré and try the traditional drink “Ginginha de Óbidos”.
On a visit to the past, be dazzled by the Queluz Palace and its beautiful gardens. Head to the romantic capital, Sintra. In this wonderful village you can visit the Palácio da Vila, Palácio da Pena and Castelo dos Mouros and fall in love with its landscapes.
Go to the westernmost point in Europe, Cabo da Roca, and enjoy “where the land ends and the sea begins”. Also visit Boca do Inferno, in Cascais, a breathtaking place.
Discover a picturesque Lisbon, visiting the Miradouro da Graça and enjoy its fabulous view over the city and the Tagus River. Head to São Jorge Castle, which is located on the highest hill among the seven in Lisbon. Go down to Avenida da Liberdade, where you can find several brands and designer stores. Follow the two most emblematic squares in the city, Restauradores and Rossio, and end this tour of Lisbon at Terreiro do Paço.
Another of the places in Portugal to visit is Tomar, the “City of the Knights Templar” in which the Convent became the seat of the Military Order of Christ. And you can't leave Tomar without tasting the “Cornucópias” typical sweet of the region. And to have a moment of peace and introspection, nothing better than visiting Fátima, a religious place that receives thousands of pilgrims every year. You can visit the Sanctuary of Fátima, its churches and chapels and even its Museum.
Next stop, Batalha. Let yourself be amazed by the Monastery of Batalha and its collection of stained glass. Go back to the Middle Ages and visit the Batalha de Aljubarrota Foundation, where you can learn more about the epic battle between Portugal and Spain.
Visit Alcobaça and its Monastery, the first Gothic style building that dates back to 1178. And if you are a great wine lover then this is the perfect place to enjoy one of the best wines in the region at the Wine Museum in Alcobaça.
Also go to Nazaré, the city known for its huge waves and where the surfer Garrett McNamara surfed a wave of 34 meters, thus joining Guinness World Records.
Go to Catalonia and be dazzled in Barcelona, visit Plaza de Catalunya, a central point where the old and new of the city are divided.
You still have to see the fabulous Gothic Quarter, a medieval area that still remains today. Also visit the Santa Catarina Market, a building with exuberant architecture and a roof in the shape of a flying carpet. Don't forget to visit La Boquería Market and discover one of Barcelona's main arteries, Las Rambas.
You cannot leave Barcelona without visiting the famous Montserrat mountain, where the Benedictine Monastery of Monte Serreado is located, dedicated to the Virgin of Montserrat. Visit the Basilica and attend the “Virolais” choir concert.
All places described in our tour have been previously evaluated, ensuring us of their accessibility conditions.