All-inclusive 2024 Tour Spain-Portugal


Tour starts in: Porto (Portugal) Tour ends in: Barcelona (Spain)

Countries visited: 2

Duration: 9 days 8 nights

Amazing experiences during the trip:
– Small to medium tour size guaranteed, from 15-20 people per tour, and no more than 26 people per tour during peak season. This is to ensure the safety, leisure, and maximum experience of our customers.
– Visit the must-see cities on the Iberia peninsula: Madrid – the royal capital of Spain; Barcelona, the lively capital of Catalunya, Seville – capital of Andalusia with unique architecture and culture, Lisbon – the beautiful Westmost capital of Europe and Porto – the ancient, alluring harbour city of Portugal.
– Visit the alluring ancient harbour city of Porto, where there exists unique architecture, spread along gravel and stone streets and rolling hills, which will be sure to be the most memorable parts of the trip.
– Visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima, Portugal.
– Check in at the westmost point of the European continent – Cabo da Roca – with the iconic lighthouse built in 1772 that has an all-encompassing view towards the Atlantic Ocean.
– Visit the capital Lisbon, Portugal’s internation city, built atop 7 hills that overlook the Tagus rivergate, with countless world heritage sites and beautiful sights: Belem tower, Jeronimos monastery, Arco da Rua Augusta gate, Praça do Comércio.
– Embark on a unique trip through Seville – the capital of Andalusia; with notable architecture and the birthplace of the oldest bullfighting rings in Spain, this city is a colourful cultural mosaic created from the numerous cultural influences throughout history.
– Come and explore the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, the home stadium of Real Madrid – Spain’s Royal football team, with a capacity of 81044 seats.
– Visit the Palacio Real de Madrid royal palace to learn more about the luxurious, rich lives of Spain royalty through many centuries.
– Enjoy a romantic dinner surrounded by Flamengo dance – the combination of Digan people’s dance, Arabic dance and Andalusian folk music.
– Visit Zaragoza, the capital of Aragon and check in at the Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica, whose architecture follows the baroque style, as well as being a famous pilgrimage destination with the Temple of the Holy Maiden Maria.
– Visit and experience the passionate and lively lifestyle of Barcelona, Catalunya of Spain; Explore inside La Sagrada Familia church to learn more about the unique architecture that is found nowhere in the worls, courtesy of the genius Gaudi.
The itinerarty was optimally designed so that the tour would spend the least amount of time on transport compared to other traditional tours. Therefore, we could provide our valued customers with the best experiences.

Day 1: Setting off to Porto, Portugal
– The tour meet up and start the journey at the airport to Porto, Portugal.

Day 2: Porto, Portugal (lunch, dinner)
– After landing, the tour will explore the ancient harbour city Porto, where there are unqie and beautiful architecture, spread along gravel roads and rolling hills.
– The tour will visit the Clérigos cathedral and bell tower with recognisable 18th century Baroque architecture; the central street Avenida dos Aliados and Praça da Liberdade square; central station Porto São Bento – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to witness the most beautiful train station in Europe, with over 20000 azulejo bricks forming the history of Portugal; Porto Main cathedral; walk along the Cais da Riberia street to see Ponte Luis I bridge – the symbol of Porto connecting the two banks of Duoro river.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Porto or neghbouring areas.

Day 3: Porto, Portugal – Fatima, Portugal – Lisbon, Portugal (3 meals)
– The tour continues to the pilgrimage holy land Fatima. Visit Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary and Church of the Most Holy Trinity – which opened on 12/10/2007, in honour of the 90th anniversary of the day the Holy Mother descended in Fatima, and is also the 4th biggest Catholic church in the world.
– After that, the tour sets foot at the westmost point of the European continent, located in Portugal: Cabo da Roca and take in the vast views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Lisbon or neighbouring areas.

Day 4: Lisbon, Portugal – Huelva, Spain (3 meals)
– The tour explores the centre of Lisbon capital of Portugal: Praça Dom Pedro IV square, R. Augusta shopping street, central square Praça do Comércio, where you can find the Arco da Rua Augusta gate and the gate to the city Cais das Colunas; Alfama – the oldest district in Lisbon with red-roofed houses.
– The tour visits the UNESCO World Heritage Site 1983: Belem Tower – the symbol of luxury in Portugal, built from 1515-1521; Jeronimos monastery – the most intricate building in Portugal built during its renaissance age. Check in at the explorer monument Padrão dos Descobrimentos built on the north bank of Tagus river.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Huelva or neighbouring areas.

Day 5: Huelva, Spain – Seville, Spain – Madrid, Spain (3 meals)
– The tour stops in Seville, the capital and largest city of Andalusia. Check in at the Plaza de España, the Royal Alcázar of Seville royal castle; the largest Gothic cathedral and 3rd largest cathedral worldwide just behinf St. Peter in Rome and St. Paul in London: Catedral de Sevilla and La Giralda bell tower; the bullfighting arena Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla.
– In the afternoon, the tour will experience high speed train from Seville to Madrid, 536 km, which shortens time spent travelling from 7 hours by car to just 2 hours 42 minutes by train.
– In the evening, the tour will experience the traditional and passionate Flamenco dance of Spain, a perfect combination of Digan folk dance, Arab dance and Andalusian folk music.
The tour spends the night at 4-star hotel in Madrid or neighbouring areas.

Day 6: Madrid, Spain – Zaragora, Spain (3 meals)
– The royal capital Madrid of Spain is famous with its luxurious streets, verdant spaces and diverse culture. The tour will visit the Royal Palace of Madrid. This is one of the most impressive palaces in Europe, with more than 2000 intricately decorated rooms; central square Plaza Mayor; Puerta del Sol square; Explore the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu stadium – the home stadium of Real Madrid, where many classic matches had been played.
– In the afternoon, the tour sets off for Zaragora, the capital of Aragon and check in at Plaza del Pilar square; Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica with Baroque architecture, a famous pilgrimage destination with the Temple of the Holy Maiden Maria; and Puente de Piedra stone bridge.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Zaragora or neighbouring areas.

Day 7: Zaragora, Spain – Barcelona, Spain (3 meals)
– The tour sets off for Barcelona – the capital of Catalunya, one of the most beautiful cities with passionate people in the Mediterranean area.
– The tour explore the inside of the UNESCO World Heritage Site by the genius Gaudi: La Sagrada Familia cathedral – a grand project with intricate architecture features. La Sagrada Familia was built more than 100 years ago and is still being finished today. Then the tour freely explore and shop at El Corte Ingles shopping centre.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Barcelona or neighbouring areas.

Day 8: Barcelona, Spain – home country (breakfast, lunch)
– The tour explores the lively Barcelona streets, check in at La Rambla walking street; Gothic Quartier medieval street; Barcelona Cathedral, The World Begins With Every Kiss wall; Casa Milà & Casa Batlló unique houses.
– In the afternoon, the tour goes to the airport to return to the country.

Day 9: arrival in home country
The tour arrives back at their home country, ending a memorable journey through Europe.
We bid goodbye and hope to see you again soon!

– High quality transportation in European with great services and skilled drivers (maximum 11 hours/day service).
– High speed train ticket in Spain from Seville to Madrid.
– Local guide.
– 4-star hotels to the European standard of 2 people/room (3 people/room if there are an odd number of guests). Potential hotels or equivalent list:
Porto : ABC Hotel Porto – Boavista
Lisbon : Hotel Mercure Lisboa
Huelva : NH Luz Huelva
Madrid : Star B&B Hotel Madrid Getafe
Zaragora : Sercotel Plaza Feria
Barcelona : Hotel SB Icaria
– Meals included in the program average from 15-25 Euro/person/meal.
– Tickets for admission into Santiago Bernabéu stadium, La Sagrada Familia cathedral and Royal Palace of Madrid.
– Gifts for our valued customers.
– 24/7 support throughout your time in Europe.

– Tips for tour leader, local guide and driver: 7 Euro/passenger/day.
– Personal fees: laundry, mobile services, drinks, overweight luggage, fees for luxury services in the visa application process, personal fees not included in the “What’s included” section,…
– Extra charges for single-person rooms

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