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1) Portugal & Spain - Day 1

1st day - Arrival at Lisbon airport, reception and transfer to the 4 * hotel for check in. Rest of the day free to rest and adapt to the time zone.

Day 2

Breakfast and then walk through the center of Lisbon with a guide, passing through the Historic Center, Santa Justa Elevator, Fernando Pessoa Statue, Rossio Square, Alfama (Av. Da Liberdade, Castelo São Jorge, enjoy the sunset at Praça do Comércio, trams and Arco da Rua Augusta, go to the Tagus River to enjoy the late afternoon, there are many restaurants right there.

Day 3

After breakfast, departure to visit the viewpoints: São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint, Portas do Sol viewpoint, Santa Luzia viewpoint, Graça viewpoint, Recolhimento viewpoint. At Beco do Recolhimento, in the Alfama neighborhood is one of the newest viewpoints, the Miradouro do Recolhimento. It is hidden and has a spectacular view of the National Pantheon, the Vasco da Gama Bridge and the Tagus River. Take the opportunity to taste a Portuguese wine and in the beginning eat the famous codfish cakes or cod pataniscas.

Day 4

After breakfast, in 25 minutes by car we will reach the Torre de Belém, one of the symbols of Portugal and one of the most beautiful places in Lisbon. Tourists can climb to the top to admire its beauty, it is one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal. There is also the Jerónimos Monastery and the Pastéis de Belém which are two unmissable attractions. The Pastéis de Belém confectionery, opened in 1837, has a secret recipe of one of the Portuguese delicacies, puff pastry, cream filling, simply not to be missed !!! The Jerónimos Monastery is another emblematic place in its itinerary, it can be visited inside or just outside and its gardens. If you have time to visit Feira da Ladra and the National Pantheon, Campo de Santa Clara, in Largo São Vicente, tram 28.

Day 5

early in the morning, after breakfast, go out to Parque Eduardo VII, then on Avenida Liberdade to Rock Hard Café (one of the most beautiful in Europe). Then stroll through Bairro Alto, if you leave for the night, there are houses with fado shows (upon reservation), if you go during the day, visit the Church of São Roque. Visit Parque das Nações, the headquarters of Expo 98. The space includes museums and cultural centers, wide avenues and easy transit on foot, with buildings with beautiful architecture. The best access is by metro to Oriente Station, the same line that goes to the airport. This station is also a Terminal for other cities in Portugal. The architectural project is by Santiago Calatrava, with iron steel and glass with an impressive and modern design.
There is a large Mall, Shopping Vasco da Gama, located within Parque das Nações, which brings together a vast mix of shops, as well as many restaurant options. The place has a terrace with panoramic views, from where you can see the square that houses the flags of all the countries that participated in Expo 98, including Brazil. The park's tree-lined sidewalks, with stools spread throughout its length, are a real invitation to contemplate the Tagus River, which makes Parque das Nações a peaceful and pleasant place. It is also possible to ride the cable car, following a wooden deck built on the water, it is possible to reach the Telecabine de Lisboa, the cable car station that runs along part of the park's edge and provides a beautiful view of the place. From up there you can see the local attractions, such as the Casino Lisboa, the Oriente Station, among others. One of the most fascinating views during the tour is the Vasco da Gama Bridge, which measures 17.2 km long and its tallest tower reaches an incredible 150 m in height. The work was inaugurated shortly before the opening of Expo 98, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the arrival of the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama in the Indies. At the end of the cable car, we arrive at the Lisbon Oceanarium, which is one of the best attractions to end your tour of Lisbon with a flourish. We have included the Oceanário ticket in our itinerary.

Day 6

After breakfast, check out and departure to Porto. We will pass by Estoril, Caiscais, Sintra (2h visit), Óbidos (overnight), Fátima (2h visit), Coimbra (2h visit) and Porto. We will spend the night in Óbidos, going to Porto the next day.

Day 7

Arrival in Porto, accommodation and check in. Know some tourist attractions near the Hotel, rest of the day free to rest.

Day 8

After breakfast, a walk passing by Cais da Ribeira, stopped at Ponte Dom Luis I, due to the need to cross the south bank of the river, for the circulation of people and goods from Porto, building a bridge on the site was a concern that remained among the people of Porto, for some centuries. Before the bridge that we see today, the Ponte das Barcas was built, which consisted of twenty boats connected by steel cables. Another must-see place is São Bento Station, one of the city's main monuments. It has French architectural influence and is located at Praça de Almeida Garrett. Torre dos Clérigos, classified as a National Monument since 1910, the magnitude of the Tower and the Church, draw the attention of all tourists who visit the city. There are 225 steps to reach the top of the tower, but we guarantee: it's worth it! Return to the Hotel.

Day 9

after breakfast we will visit the Historic Center, visit Livraria Lello, considered one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world, by The Guardian, and the most "cool" by Time magazine, Livraria Lello delights young people, book lovers and passionate about culture.

Day 10

Breakfast and departure to visit Bolhão, some churches and the Teleia de Gaia and do a wine tasting. Check out, leave for Madrid. Itinerary: Viseu (photo stop), Guarda, Salamanca (2 hour stop), Madrid, in 8 hours of travelling. Arrive, accommodation, check in, to rest.

Day 11

after the trip, take a walk to the Porta do Sol subway, this is where we will start to discover the center of Madrid. The 10 tourist attractions are: Madrid's Bear Statue, Plaza Mayor, Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, Plaza de España, Debod Temple, Prado Museum, Reina Sofia Museum, Retiro Park, Real Madrid Stadium (Santiago Bernabéu) . The old center is the perfect place to start your Madrid tour in style, we will explore an important part of Spain's history in the form of squares, statues, parks and of course, the Royal Palace of Madrid. Points to visit: O Urso de Madrid, Madrid City Hall, Statue of Carlos III, Doceria La Mallorquina, Descalzas Reales Monastery, San Ginés, San José Market, El Botín, Campo del Moro.

Day 12

After breakfast, prepare to visit the Museums, The Prado Museum takes 2 to 3 hours to visit the most important pieces. It is important to take the guided tour, it is included in our services. Pictures that deserve to be seen:
• Salão dos Velázquez - has his best pictures including the wonderful “Las Meninas”;
• Jardim das Delicias - El Bosco: a work of art completely out of the standards of its time. Notice the details and imagine that this was painted in 1500;
• Maja Vestida and Maja nuda - Goya: the legend goes that the body belongs to one of Goya's lovers with the head of another person;
• The family of Carlos IV - Goya. You can compare with Las Meninas de Velázquez. Goya is also painted in the portrait;
• Black paintings by Goya - these paintings were found after the painter's death. This was found on the wall of the house he lived in and transferred to the museum. Very somber pictures, especially at a time of strong inquisition in Spain;
• El Greco Room - Ele Greco has a very peculiar style, and is very colorful. There is a room full of his artwork;
Leaving the Prado, walk to the Parque do Retiro, which is right there on the side, and walk through the alleys without haste passing through the following places:
• Estanque do Retiro: a nice little lake where people take a pleasant canoe ride. The watertight is surrounded by beautiful and photogenic statues; • Palacio de Cristal and Palacio de Velásquez: hopefully there will be some cool exhibits in one of these palaces. If not, the view is already worth it;
• Statue of the fallen angel: legend has it that this is the only European statue of the Devil;
• Bosque dos Recuerdos: a snail-shaped forest planted in honor of the victims of the 2004 attack at the Atocha train station;
• The Parterre: in my opinion the most beautiful part of the park, a garden full of cypress trees and beautifully rounded trees.
At the exit of the Retiro, notice the door of Alcalá: one of the doors from the time when Madrid was a city surrounded by a wall.
Once the tour of the Retiro is over, it is time to walk along Gran Vía, one of the main avenues in the city. Gran Vía has some of Madrid's architectural examples (and for the shopping crowd, some good stores, especially nearby with Callao).
The tour should focus on the architectural part:
• Palácio de Comunicaciones: is an art and exhibition center that is open to the public. The building is cool both outside and inside and deserves even a quick visit. Every day, between 5 pm and 5:30 pm, the terraces are open for visits. Entrance costs 2E and the view from the top is spectacular;
• Fonte de Cibeles: Cibeles is considered the mother of the Gods and is one of the symbols of Madrid. The fountain has suffered some damage throughout history, but today it is beautiful and very restored;
• Spanish Credit Bank: note the elephants in the columns of this building.
• Circle of Bellas Artes: at the top of the building of Bellas Artes there is a beautiful viewpoint of the city. Those who were unable to climb the Palacio de Cibeles can climb it and see beautiful views;
• Metropolis Building: designed by French French architects Jules and Raymond Fevrier, the building has a beautiful dome with the Goddess of Victory at the top.
• After the art and architecture session, it is time to enjoy some of what Madrid has to offer: tapas (appetizers in Spanish)! We recommend two incredible stops in the Chueca neighborhood - for the Paulistas: Vila Madalena de Madrid - one of the hippest neighborhoods in the city. In addition to the stops we recommend, take the opportunity to explore the area and discover new places.
• • Palacio de Cristal and Palacio de Velásquez: hopefully there will be some cool exhibits in one of these palaces. If not, the view is already worth it;
• Statue of the fallen angel: legend has it that this is the only European statue of the Devil;
• Bosque dos Recuerdos: a snail-shaped forest planted in honor of the victims of the 2004 attack at the Atocha train station;
• The Parterre: in my opinion the most beautiful part of the park, a garden full of cypress trees and beautifully rounded trees.
• Mercado de San Antón: to eat very well. The San Antón market (Calle de Augusto Figueroa, 24, 28004 Madrid) is a true gastronomic paradise. There are several small restaurants (it has everything: Italian, Japanese, Spanish ...) and the fun is to choose one or more and taste their specialties. For those who want something more comfortable, there is a super cool restaurant on the top floor of the market.
• Sweets at Mama Framboise, the city's favorite cafe. Everything is very tasty and the desserts are especially good, an ideal place to relax after so much walking.

Day 13

we will visit the Reina Sofia, the incredible museum of Modern Art in Madrid, we will take a stroll through the neighborhood of the letters stopping in strategic bars to try some tapas at lunchtime and in the afternoon we will take a walk through Castilla's including the Plaza de Castilla, the Kip towers, and the Real Madrid football stadium, the Exhibition Center.
Walk towards Plaza de Cibeles and check if there is any interesting exhibition at the Canal foundation - one of the buildings looks like a big water tank - where sometimes it has some excellent artistic exhibitions.
Towards Plaza de Cibeles stop at the following places:
• Botero's hand: one of the most emblematic works of Colombian Fernando Botero, this chubby hand yields beautiful photos. The hand is a sad reminder of the accident that took Botero's son's life and injured his hand in 1974;
• New Ministries: a small oasis in the financial center of Madrid. This garden has beautiful water mirrors;
• Plaza Colón: square in honor of Christopher Columbus. As the statue is very tall, it can be seen from a distance. In front of the square there is a second statue of Botero, a fat girl lying in a flower garden. Vain, the statue carries a mirror in one hand;
• Public Art Museum: this discreet museum was opened in 1979 and has sculptures by important Spanish artists such as Picasso and Miró. Certain stop;
National Library Building: our last stop, the National Library is super beautiful outside and inside. If the building is open, enter without thinking twice (open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 8 pm, Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm).

Day 14 - day tour to Toledo

TOLEDO: A city full of treasures and a lot of history to tell, it was a city where Christians, Jews and Muslims lived together in peace. The city has one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Spain, mosques that have been turned into churches, synagogues and many works of art by the painter El Greco.
How to get there: Toledo is 70 km from Madrid and is easily accessible by car.
What to visit:
• Cristo de La Luz Mosque
• Alcázar de Toledo (just outside)
• Plaza Mayor de Toledo
• Toledo Cathedral
• Jesuit Church (climb the tower)
• São Tomé Church (Masterpiece of El Greco)
• Santa Maria de La Blaca Synagogue
• Transit Synagogue
• Bajada de San Martín
• Monastery of San Juan de Los Reyes

Day 15

Desayuno, check out take the train to Barcelona, in 2h30 we will get there. Arrive, transfer to the Hotel, check in and have lunch. Walk to Barcelona's Sagrada Familia Church, an unfinished church and symbol of the city. As it is one of the most touristic places in the city, it is worth spending 3 hours observing every detail and seeing its interior, you can dedicate the whole morning to it. In the afternoon, the tip is to go to Casa Batlló, a house that was remodeled at the request of its owner. Next to Casa Batlló is Casa Milà or La Pedrera, another work by Gaudí, which, like Casa Batlló, was built for the Milà family in 1905.

Day 16

Enjoy the breakfast and get ready for more walking. Leaving the Hotel you will go to Passeig de Gràcia, the most chic avenue in Barcelona and compared to the Champs Élysées in Paris. During the tour, take the opportunity to see the collection of designer stores and the exotic lamps that also serve as banks. At the crossing of Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença is the first highlight of the route: La Pedrera, also known as Casa Milá, another very important work by Gaudí. Come in and be surprised. The visit is a MUST !!
Three blocks down, on the right, is another work by the architect to be visited, Casa Batlló. Continue the walk to Plaça de Catalunya, the most central of the city and one of the largest in Spain.
Cross the square and reach the busy Las Ramblas avenue - yes, where the terrible terrorist attack took place in 2017. But don't think about it and enjoy the ride, after all it is impossible to know what can happen anywhere in the world.
One of the most famous places on the avenue is the Mercado de La Boqueria (and one of the places we like the most in the city). Come in and enjoy a snack. Take freshly made juices and eat jamon cones. And very close by, right at the top of a building, is the statue El Dragón y el paraguas. The avenue ends in the port area where Mirador de Colón is located, a statue of Christopher Columbus pointing to America. Inside the column there is an elevator to reach the base of the statue and have a different view of the city. From here you can also see the castle of Monjuic up there.
But, if you started your day early, with a scheduled time at Gaudí's houses and all, you still have time to enjoy the hottest beach in Barcelona: Barceloneta beach. From the statue of Colombo, just walk about 15 minutes to reach the favorite place for tourists and places to enjoy a sunny day on the Mediterranean Sea. And even if you don't want to go into the sea, visit the beach, which is always very crowded and full of beach bars called “chiringuitos”. Have a good time!!

Day 17

Today the day starts with a walk through the Parc de La Ciutadella, Museum and several attractions.
Barcelona Cathedral, Basilica Santa Maria Del PI. After a stop for lunch, at Plaza D’Espanya, which like many others in Spain is nothing more than a roundabout with a lot to see around. Then go to the Arenas Shopping Center and then head towards the Venetian Towers. You sure remembered Venice, didn't you? Yes, they are inspired by the San Marco Bell Tower and just like the Arc de Triomf, they were built on the occasion of an exhibition, making it another important tourist spot in the city.
Walk along Avenida La Reina Maria Cristina to reach the Palau Nacional (National Palace). Halfway you will see the Magic Fountain, and after seeing the spectacle of countless combinations of water and light, you will have no doubts about the name given to it.
For that we suggest that you stay in the region until dusk, as the contrast of lights and water becomes even more striking. People gather around the fountain waiting for that magical moment. Until night comes, continue on your way to the Palace. Observe the beautiful Greek columns in the middle of the staircase. This magnificent building also houses the Art Museum of Catalunya, which contains more than 250,000 works of art by world geniuses and is considered one of the richest museums on the planet. Visit it and then enjoy as much as you can to explore the palace terrace and its surroundings while waiting for the fantastic show of the waters of the Magic Fountain.

Day 18

Today the day reserves two incredible tours: Castle of Monjuic and Camp Nou, the stadium of Barcelona. Castle of Monjuic: This fortress is located high on the mountain of Parc de Monjuic. To stroll there is to escape a little of the urban rhythm of the city, enjoy a little peace, nature, beautiful landscapes and at the same time feel immersed in a medieval setting.
Take the MONJUIC FUNICULAR to go to the upper station of the funicular. From here you have three options to get to the Castle: take the Telefèric de Monjuic, walk for about 20 minutes up the mountain. We will go up by the cable car, which is not only a means of transport, but a tourist attraction, and the view from it is beautiful. Then walk down to the funicular station, as the path is full of beautiful attractions, statues, gardens, viewpoints and kiosks. It is very worth it !!
Camp Nou: It is the stadium of FC Barcelona, considered a temple of sport and one of the most visited attractions in the city. Even those who are not passionate about football will find the visit quite interesting. The visit to Camp Nou is not guided, so you can do it at your own pace, but you must follow a sequence. In other words, you will not get lost or miss any important place. In addition, it is possible to rent an audio guide - we offer this option, because there are thousands of information that make the tour more interesting. Return to the Hotel.

Day 19

Desayuno in Barcelona and check out. Departure to Lisbon by train. Arrival in Lisbon, overnight in a 4 * hotel near the airport.

Day 20

Desayuno and going to the airport, back to Brazil.


  • Lisbon and Porto: 4 * Hotel in Lisbon and Porto with breakfast, transfer, guide, tickets at the Belém Tower, São Jorge Castle, Jerônimo Monastery, trams, Santa Justa Elevator, Parque das Nações with Cable Car and Oceanarium, Fado show , Snack at Pastéis de Belém, transfer to Porto, overnight in Óbidos, guide, visits and tickets, Gaia cable car, museums, transfer to Madrid by car.
  • Madrid and Barcelona: 4 * Hotel in Madrid and Barcelona with disabled, transfer to visiting places, escort guide, tickets to the Prado Museum, Reina Museum, Monastery, Real Madrid Stadium, Madrid Palace, Exhibition Palace, Public Art Museum , National Library, Communications Palace, Daytour to Toledo, with a visit to the Monastery, Alcazar and the Cathedral of Toledo, Church of San Tomé, Church of the Jesuits. In Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia, with tickets and audio guide, Casa Milá, Casa Batló, with audio guides, Monjuic Castle, Barcelona Stadium, Flamenco Show, Barcelona to Lisbon train, accommodation in Lisbon, transfer to the airport.
  • Includes travel insurance during all the days of the tours and accompaniment by a company representative for groups of 10 to 20 people or people with reduced mobility.
  • Extra expenses at the hotels, lunch and dinner not included in the program, personal purchases, tourist taxes, tips, laundry and drinks not included with meals and International flight tickets.

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