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About Lisbon

The Portuguese capital of Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, as well as the oldest in Western Europe. It has exchanged hands throughout the centuries, having been ruled by Germanic tribes in the 5th century, the Moors in the 8th, and the Crusaders in the 10th.Today, it is the seventh-most visited city in Southern Europe, featuring activities at the port, internationally-recognized historical sites, and natural landscapes. Make your 2015 trip to Portugal unforgettable with our Lisbon tours and packages.

Before anything else, grab a Lisbon Card and get free public transport, as well as free or heavily discounted access to many museums and attractions all over the city. After getting your card, go on a sightseeing hop on hop off tour and explore the city at your own pace. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Jeronimo’s Monastery and the Tower of Belem. Enjoy an audio commentary at each stop, and admire the sights from your open top double decker bus, or disembark at any time to explore a stop further, before returning to the tour as you please. You can also try a Lisbon 3 in 1 tour which will let you explore downtown Lisbon, take a hop on hop off tour in Olisipo, and travel on a vintage tram on the Castle Line, which runs through the traditional quarters of Lisbon.

Sample seven different port wines on a port wine tasting tour at Wine Guest Belem. Enter the Belem District and sample different varieties at Wine Guest Belem, such as White Port Wine, Ruby, and Late Bottled Vintage Pot. Learn about the different wine regions, the production of port wine, different varieties used in making wine, and far more, from an experienced oenologist. In between delicious samples, enjoy chocolate truffles and other confections which perfectly complement the wines.

Want to immerse yourself in more wine? Leave the city limits with our day trips from Lisbon and go on a Full Day Arrabida wine tour. Leave the city via the Vasco de Gama, the longest bridge in Europe, and pass by the Castle of Setubal, a 16th-century fortress, before entering the Arrabida wine region, with its scenic vineyards and olive trees. Visit a traditional, family-owned wine farm in Arrabida park, and taste the local wine here. Grab a lovely photo opportunity atop the highest point in Arrabida Natural Park at an altitude of 500 meters. Descend from here and feel the sand between your toes on Portinho da Arrabida beach, and even go on a swim if the weather permits. Move on to the village of Sesimbra and get two free wine tastings of Moscatel and red wine in an old wine cellar. Stop by the Cristo Rei, inspired by the famous Christ the Redeemer Art Deco statue in Rio de Janeiro, before returning to Lisbon through the great 25th April Bridge.

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