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ACCESSIBLE LISBON

If you are planning your  next trip to Europe, Lisbon is a city with many stories to tell. Where the sun shines 290 days a year and the temperature rarely falls due to the 15 ºC, Lisbon is a safe city to walk during the day and go out to the night, where gastronomy is dedicated to defining more than a thousand ways to cook the famous cod fish.

Program

Day 1

Arrival at Lisbon airport. Reception by our specialized team and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation at the selected hotel, in an adapted room. Rest of the day at leisure. Check in. Overnight stay.

Day 2

Breakfast and departure to visit to Belém, the riverside area linked to the Portuguese Discoveries. Visit to the Jerónimos Monastery and visit the Belém Tower and the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, two of the most important examples of Manueline art. Take a break to taste the famous “Pastéis de Belém”, made and served at the “Antiga Confeitaria” in Belém since 1837. Visit to the Coach Museum which has a permanent exhibition, the largest (and only) collection of coaches in the world, from 16th to 19th centuries. Then visit the Navy Museum.

Immerse yourself in this journey through the city's stories and traditions and visit the "Miradouro da Graça", where you will be dazzled by one of the best views of Lisbon: your gaze will go to the Tagus River and the center of Lisbon. Then, visit the São Jorge Castle. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 3

Breakfast and departure to Batalha and Fátima Sanctuary. Visit the stunning Batalha Monastery (World Heritage), one of the most emblematic in the country.

Visit to Fátima. Feel the energy of this indisputable religious center that attracts pilgrims from all over the world and visit the Museum of Light and Peace and the Sanctuary of Fátima. Enjoy the tranquility and serenity that this place offers you, allowing you to recharge your batteries. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 4

Breakfast and departure to Sintra to the most western tip of Portugal. Visit Sintra, a magical and mysterious village that is the perfect symbiosis between nature and the built heritage, where you can see its palaces and castles. Feel the "Serra de Sintra" in its fullness and photograph some of the most beautiful landscapes. During this trip, try some traditional specialties such as "Travesseiros de Sintra" and "Queijadas de Sintra" and, after this delicious moment, enjoy the mountain views while walking to the Castelo dos Mouros (visit). Continue your tour at along the coast, where you will be fascinated by the incredible view of the sea, the surrounding beaches, its cliffs and other places of interest, we will stop at Cabo da Roca, the most western point of Europe, to enjoy the view of the blue sea and the golden cliffs of Guincho, ending the trip in the picturesque village of Cascais Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 5

Breakfast and free day to enjoy Lisbon. We suggest an optional tour to Nazaré and the Monastery of Alcobaça. Overnight stay.

Day 6

Breakfast and departure to get to know Lisbon. Visit Parque das Nações, located on the eastern side of Lisbon, where you will discover a modern and contemporary Lisbon. Visit the Oceanarium and its large collection of marine species that make it the 2nd largest aquarium in the world. Return to the picturesque area of ​​Lisbon and go down Avenida de Liberdade, where you will find stores of the most modern fashion designers. Then, pass by Restauradores and Rossio, two of the most emblematic squares in Lisbon. Take the opportunity to buy souvenirs for yourself, family or friends, in traditional stores in Lisbon. To end the afternoon, we advise you to dine to the sound of a live Fado show. Overnight stay

Day 7

Breakfast and Visit to the Palace of Queluz and its gardens, also known as "Portuguese Versailles". Depart to the center of Lisbon and explore the most emblematic symbols that illuminate this "alfacinha" paradise. Stroll through typical neighborhoods like Alfama and Mouraria and take the opportunity to visit the Lisbon Story Center and the Fado Museum. Overnight stay

Day 8

Breakfast. At the scheduled time, transfer to Lisbon airport.

FAQ

When is the best time to visit Lisbon?

Although Lisbon has a climate that allows you to visit it all year round, the best time to go  is in the spring and autumn in the months of March, April, May, June, September and October. During these months the temperature is pleasant, and the tourist sites are not crowded. The high season is in the months of June, July, August and December. Winter in Lisbon is more pleasant than in other European cities, which also allows visiting it.

How is accessibility during the trip?

Lisbon is an olc city, with many slopes and irregular sidewalks with the well-known Portuguese cobblestone, which makes moving around a bit more difficult. However, there are many attractions that are adapted for wheelchair users as well as adaptive vehicles. The city is improving when it comes to accessibility.

How many days is it advisable to visit Lisbon?

To get to know the city and its surroundings well, we recommend 7 days. Lisbon has a lot to enjoy.

Another question?

Send us an email to info@turismoacessivel.com and we will be happy to answer and help you organize your next trip to enjoy and discover this beautiful city full of history and modernism.


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