1-Day Lisbon and Fatima Tour

  • Tour code: 545-833
  • Available: Wed (Apr 1 - Oct 31), Fri & Sat
  • Depart from: Lisbon, Portugal; Sintra, Portugal; Costa de Estoril, Portugal
  • Duration: 10 Hours
From USD$94.66

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25th April Bridge, Belém Tower, Monument to the Discoveries ( Padrao dos Descobrimentos ), church of S. Jerome Monastery, Coach Museum, Alfama, Pombal Square, Sanctuary, Basilica, Apparition Chapel, Aljustrel/ Valinhos/ Loca do Anjo...

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  • Children 6-10 years old 50% price
  • Children younger than 6 years old may participate for free

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Lisbon-Fatima-Lisbon(268 km)
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Day 1 Lisbon-Fatima-Lisbon(268 km)

In the morning, guests will be picked up from the specified departure location in Lisbon to begin this tour. For the first leg of the day, we will take a few hours to discover the Portuguese capital, beginning by crossing the 25th April Bridge. Then we will see the Tower of Belem and the Monument to the Discoveries. Then, we will continue to the St. Jerome Monastery and the National Coach Museum (both of these attractions are closed on Mondays and will be replaced with a visit to Ajuda National Palace or the Medeiros and Almeida Museum). After this, we will venture to Alfama, an old district where we can walk the narrow streets and visit handicraft shops. In Baixa, the downtown district, we will admire places like Praca do Comercio, Rossio Square, and Restauradores Square. Then, we will finish at Pombal Square before breaking for lunch. After, we will leave Lisbon, heading to the Sanctuary at Fatima, where we will be able to see the Basilica and other holy sites. Once we have fully explored this sacred area, we will return to Lisbon, where the tour will come to an end upon our arrival. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

The capital city of Portugal, Lisbon is one of Europe's most important economic centers. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations. Historically significant locations include Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery, which are recognized by UNESCO.

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    Alfama, with its winding passages of narrow streets and steep stairways, is Lisbon's oldest district. Its name derives from Arabic because of the city's medieval Muslim rulers. Alfama is home to many restaurants and cafes that showcase live Fado music.
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    The Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon was once the home of the city's Hieronymite religious order, and one of the best examples of the Portuguese Manueline style of architecture. Today, the facility houses the National Archaeology Museum and the Marine Museum.
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    This monument is located at the mouth of Lisbon harbor, commemorating the age of exploration, when ships bound for the American continents in the west would pass through the Tagus estuary.
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    This fortified tower off the coast of Lisbon, also known as the Tower of St. Vincent, was built to defend the city in the 16th century. It was built in the Portuguese Manueline style of architecture of the 16th century.
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    This neoclassical monument in Lisbon spent many years under construction, under the direction of several different head architects. Therefore, visitors can notice the baroque and Rococo influences amid the predominantly neoclassical style.
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    This suspension bridge in Portugal connects the capital of Lisbon to the municipality of Almada on the other side of the Tagus River. It first opened in 1966.
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    This museum in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon contains one of most impressive collections of historical horse-drawn carriages in the world. It is located in the old Horse Riding Area of Belem Palace.
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    The full name of this public space in Lisbon is the Marquis of Pombal Square, a former prime minister of Portugal in the 18th century. It is now a busy roundabout for automotive traffic.
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    This public square in Lisbon, nicknamed Rossio Square, has been one of the city's main public areas since the Middle Ages, the site of revolts, celebrations, executions, bullfights, and more. This square has seen it all!
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    This large public square in Lisbon was once the city's main market, given its proximity to the port, which made it a suitable place in which the majority of the city's commerce could take place.
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    Dedicated to the restoration of Portugal's independence in 1640, this public square in Lisbon feature the Monument to the Restorers, a large obelisk, in its center. It is surrounded by several famous buildings, like the Art Deco Eden Cinema.

Fatima is a civil parish in the municipality of Ourem, in the Portuguese Santarem District.

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    The Sanctuary of Fatima is a large, open public facility dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The site features many buildings, including a minor basilica and two small chapels.
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    One of the largest Christian church in the world, construction on this basilica was completed in 2007. With its thoroughly modern design, it looks completely unique from most other European churches.





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