There is no better way to go sightseeing in Lisbon than by taking the Original Lisbon Walk. Guests will visit Rossio Square which has been on of the main squares in Lisbon since the Middle Ages. Then they can meander through the Chiado neighborhood with its diverse medley of cafés, bookshops and boutiques before walking through the Moorish neighborhood of Alfama with its maze of narrow alleyways.

The Sintra Half-Day Tour takes visitors to the Royal Palace, a beautiful medieval palace that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour passes by beautiful beaches, a natural grotto and ends up in Estoril with a superb view of the Casino and gardens. Sintra is also home to Pena Palace which has an eclectic architectural mix consisting of Neo-Gothic, Neo-Manueline, Islamic, and Neo-Renaissance and worth a visit for its beauty.

Fátima is one of the most famous towns in Portugal. The Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary is a tourist attraction as well as a famous pilgrimage site. Visit the Church of Batalha Monastery, with its impressive Gothic architecture and the stained-glass windows, which is another UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dolphin and whale watching in Madeira, Douro River Cruises in the city of Porto and the Cathedral of Evora, Portugal’s most important Gothic monument, constitute still more reasons to visit Portugal.