Portugal and Southern of Spain


Experience a tour that combines marvelous sites of Portugal with the magnificent south of Spain.



Price includes:

Airfare depending on origin;Hotel with breakfast and dinner and transportation to the airport; Tourist bus service for all itinerary, driver’s expenses included; Gguide with all guide expenses included; Local guides; Entrance to the museums / palaces mentioned in the program; Lunches and Dinners, as described in the program; Travel insurance; City tax in all cities; Gratuities; Tax at the legal rate in force.

The Price doesn’t include:

Airfare depending on origin ; Other meals not mentioned; Drinks on the bus; Inputs not mentioned; Personal expenses, bar, laundry, telephone calls, among others not mentioned.

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Mosteiro dos Jerónimos e Igreja de Santa Maria de Belém
The remarkable Jerónimos Monastery of Lisbon is one of the most attractive and imposing monuments of the city of Lisbon. It is a masterpiece of Portuguese architecture from the 16th century, it’s classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Chapel of Bones
The Chapel of Bones is located in the Church of St. Francis and was built in the 17th century by three Franciscan monks who intended to convey the message of the transience of life. The Chapel of Bones is a fascinating chapel with a very particular atmosphere.
Torre del Oro

The Torre del Oro, one of Seville’s most recognisable landmarks, means the gold tower. It dominates the Guadalquivir river banks and it’s probably one of the most photographed sights of the city.

Gran Vía
Gran Vía is one of the most important and symbolic arteries of downtown Madrid, and in few places will you experience the hustle and bustle of this busy street. Lined with theatres, hotels, restaurants and cafés, thousands of residents and tourists stream along its pavements every day. Being located in the busy heart of Madrid it also has many souvenir shops, selling typical craft items, and traditional goods such as lace, mantilla shawls and fans.

Puerta del Sol
Central and bustling, Puerta del Sol is one of Madrid's best known squares. Several busy historical streets, such as Calle Mayor, Calle Arenal, Calle Alcalá and Calle Preciados, converge here and it contains several of the city's best known landmarks.
Palácio do Oriente

Home to the Kings of Spain from Carlos III to Alfonso XIII, Madrid's Royal Palace takes us on a journey through the history of Spain. Though it is no longer the royal family's home, it continues to be their official residence.