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Zaragoza tours, sights and activities

14D11N Spain, Portugal & Gibraltar (Land Package)

Land Tour SGD2388

    Highlights

    Zaragoza
    Montjuic Hill, Gothic Quarter, Sagrada Familia Church, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalonia, Passeig de Gracia, Jalon Valley
    Granada
    St. Michael’s Cave, Ape’s Den
    Toledo
    Gothic Cathedral, El Greco masterpieces, of Santo Tome, Tagus River
    Barcelona
    Peniscola, Old Town, La Roca Village
    Seville
    Alcazar, Jewish Quarter, of Santa Cruz, 15th century Cathedral, burial place of Christopher Columbus, Giralda Tower
    Lisbon
    Shrine of Fatima, Serra d’Aire Mountains, Alfama Quarter, Sao Jorge castle, Lower Town, Monuments of Discoveries, Belem Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery

Attractive Highlights :

Spain
• Barcelona: Montjuic Hill, Gothic Quarter, Eixample District, Sagrada Familia Church, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalonia
• Zaragoza: Cathedral of El Pilar
• Madrid: Plaza de Espana, Puerto del Sol, Gran Via, Cibeles Fountain, Royal Palace
• Toledo: Toledo Gothic Cathedral, Paranomic view of the city & Tagus River
• Segovia: Roman Aqueduct
• Salamanca: Golden city of Salamanca
• Seville: Alcazar, Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz, Seville Cathedral, Tomb of Christopher Columbus, Giralda Tower
• Granada: La Alhambra, El Generalife
• Valencia: Tower of Serrano & Cuarte, City of Arts & Science
• Peniscola: Medieval castle, Old Town
La Roca Village Shopping outlet

Portugal
• Fatima: Shrine of Fatima
• Lisbon: Alfama Quarter, Sao Jorge castle, Lower Tower, Monuments of Discoveries, Belem Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery

Gibraltar
• Gibraltar: St. Michael’s Cave, Ape’s Den

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  • CTC Travel

    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Barcelona (Spain) (B/L/D)
    Assemble at the Airport and begin your vacation with a pleasant flight to Barcelona, second largest city of Spain.
    Day 2: Barcelona – Zaragoza (B/L/D)
    Welcome to Barcelona. Upon arrival, we begin our Barcelona sightseeing driving up to Montjuic Hill for a panoramic view of the city. Next, we proceed to the Gothic Quarter and marvel at the middle ages buildings that enhance the city’s uniqueness. Tour the modern Eixample District and visit Gaudi’s famed Sagrada Familia Church. In the afternoon, enjoy exploring Las Ramblas lively pedestrian promenade stretching from Plaza Catalonia to Passeig de Gracia where you can get branded items such as Loewe, Chanel, Gucci, etc. Thereafter, drive along the Jalon Valley in the region of Aragon to reach Zaragoza.
    Day 3: Zaragoza – Madrid (B/L/D)
    This morning, we’ll make a brief stop to view its magnificent Cathedral of El Pilar before continue our journey to Madrid, Europe’s highest capital. Our Madrid sightseeing guide will show us the Cervantes Monument in Plaza Espana, Puerta del Sol, Gran Via and Madrid most famous fountain – the Cibeles Fountain. You will get to visit the magnificent State Apartments of the Royal Palace and marvel at its lavish scarlet and golden throne room. (Note: In the event of State functions, the Royal Palace will be closed).
    Day 4: Madrid – Toledo – Madrid (B/D)
    Today, enjoy a tour to Toledo, the former capital of medieval Spain. Our walking tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site includes a visit to the 13th century Gothic Cathedral where we will see El Greco masterpieces of Santo Tome. Thereafter, enjoy a panoramic view of the city over the Tagus River. Tonight be treated to a Tapas dinner.
    Day 5: Madrid – Segovia – Salamanca (B/D)
    This morning, be prepared for some excellent photo opportunities of the 2000 years-old Roman Aqueduct which runs through the heart of the city. Be treated to a very authentic Spain cuisine as we savour the famous succulent roast suckling pig. Thereafter, continue on to the golden city of Salamanca.
    Day 6: Salamanca – Fatima (Portugal) – Lisbon (B/D)
    Today, drive across the Portuguese border to reach Fatima where we will visit the Shrine of Fatima, which commemorates the miraculous appearance of the Virgin Mary to three children in 1917. Next, we leave the Serra d’Aire Mountains for Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Enjoy piri piri chicken, a traditional Portuguese grilled dish.
    Day 7: Lisbon (B/D)
    Together with our local guide, our Lisbon sightseeing brings you to the cobbled streets of the Alfama Quarter, see Sao Jorge castle, the broad avenues of Lower Town, the Monuments of Discoveries and the Belem Tower. View Jeronimo’s Monastery with its superbly ornate cloister, where Vasco Da Gama’s tomb is placed. You may want to take an optional excursion to the little charming fishing village of Cascais, Sintra, and the most western point of Continental Europe Da Roca.
    Day 8: Lisbon – Seville (Spain) (B/D)
    Today we will cross the border back to Spain and continue to the capital of Andalusia region – Seville, site of the 1992 World Expo. The city was influenced by the Moors who dwelt in this area for 700 years. Our guide will unfold the history during Seville sightseeing. View the Alcazar and the Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz with its flower-decked wrought iron balconies. Visit the immense 15th century Cathedral, burial place of Christopher Columbus and the Giralda Tower, gem of Islamic art.
    Day 9: Seville – Gibraltar – Granada (B)
    We head south to the rock fortress of Gibraltar, an independent colony under British control since 1704. Enjoy the visit to St. Michael’s Cave and Ape’s Den. Later, travel inland to Granada, capital of the Moorish Kingdom of Spain until the Moor’s defeat in 1492.
    Day 10: Granada – Valencia (B)
    This morning, we will visit the La Alhambra, a complex of magnificent buildings begun by the Moors and built over the centuries as well as the exotic Water Gardens of El Generalife, the royal summer residence. Then, continue the journey to Valencia for a sightseeing tour pass the Tower of Serrano and Cuarte and be amazed of the modern architectural design of the City of Art and Sciences. Tonight, savour Spain’s Seafood Paella. (Note: La Alhambra & El Generalife will be subjected to visiting time)
    Day 11: Valencia – Peñiscola – Barcelona (B)
    Today, a drive along breathtaking countryside of Costa del Anzahar with its white sandy beaches will bring us to the seaside town of Peniscola – known as “The City of the Sea” as the town sits on a rocky promontory which juts out into the sea. Our Peniscola sightseeing highlights its medieval castle surrounded by white-walled houses, forming the area of the ‘Old Town’. Arrive at La Roca Village, one of the best place to purchase fashion like Loewe, Polo Ralph Lauren…After a shopping spree, we will make our way back to capital of Catalonia, Barcelona.
    Day 12: Barcelona (B)
    The day is free at leisure for you to explore this vibrant city. Take an optional excursion to the great Monastery of Montserrat to see the Black Madonna and enjoy the breathtaking views.
    Day 13: Barcelona - Departure
    Bid farewell to Spain today as you are transferred to the airport for your flight home, bringing back fond memories of your holiday with CTC Travel!
    Day 14: Home
  • Land Package includes hotel accommodations, meals and sightseeings are specify in itinerary.

    Note:
    • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
    • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
    • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice
    • Peak season charges and all other relevant surcharges are not included
    • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
    • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
    • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
    • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation
    • All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
    • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
    • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).

    Remarks:
    • Taxes / Flight schedule subject to change.
    • Tour subject to confirmation.
    • Note: Due to local or religious festivals unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions, the sequence of itinerary may need to be changed or alternative sites substituted at short notice. In the event of discrepancy between English and Chinese itineraries, please refer to the former.

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Zaragoza tours, sights and activities

14D11N Spain, Portugal & Gibraltar (Full Package)

Tour Package SGD2188

    Highlights

    Zaragoza
    Montjuic Hill, Gothic Quarter, Sagrada Familia Church, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalonia, Passeig de Gracia, Jalon Valley
    Granada
    St. Michael’s Cave, Ape’s Den
    Toledo
    Gothic Cathedral, El Greco masterpieces, of Santo Tome, Tagus River
    Barcelona
    Peniscola, Old Town, La Roca Village
    Seville
    Alcazar, Jewish Quarter, of Santa Cruz, 15th century Cathedral, burial place of Christopher Columbus, Giralda Tower
    Lisbon
    Shrine of Fatima, Serra d’Aire Mountains, Alfama Quarter, Sao Jorge castle, Lower Town, Monuments of Discoveries, Belem Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery

Attractive Highlights :

Spain
• Barcelona: Montjuic Hill, Gothic Quarter, Eixample District, Sagrada Familia Church, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalonia
• Zaragoza: Cathedral of El Pilar
• Madrid: Plaza de Espana, Puerto del Sol, Gran Via, Cibeles Fountain, Royal Palace
• Toledo: Toledo Gothic Cathedral, Paranomic view of the city & Tagus River
• Segovia: Roman Aqueduct
• Salamanca: Golden city of Salamanca
• Seville: Alcazar, Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz, Seville Cathedral, Tomb of Christopher Columbus, Giralda Tower
• Granada: La Alhambra, El Generalife
• Valencia: Tower of Serrano & Cuarte, City of Arts & Science
• Peniscola: Medieval castle, Old Town
La Roca Village Shopping outlet

Portugal
• Fatima: Shrine of Fatima
• Lisbon: Alfama Quarter, Sao Jorge castle, Lower Tower, Monuments of Discoveries, Belem Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery

Gibraltar
• Gibraltar: St. Michael’s Cave, Ape’s Den

Travel Agency
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Flight (1)
Hotel
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  • CTC Travel

    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Singapore - Barcelona (Spain) (B/L/D)
    Assemble at the Airport and begin your vacation with a pleasant flight to Barcelona, second largest city of Spain.
    Day 2: Barcelona – Zaragoza (B/L/D)
    Welcome to Barcelona. Upon arrival, we begin our Barcelona sightseeing driving up to Montjuic Hill for a panoramic view of the city. Next, we proceed to the Gothic Quarter and marvel at the middle ages buildings that enhance the city’s uniqueness. Tour the modern Eixample District and visit Gaudi’s famed Sagrada Familia Church. In the afternoon, enjoy exploring Las Ramblas lively pedestrian promenade stretching from Plaza Catalonia to Passeig de Gracia where you can get branded items such as Loewe, Chanel, Gucci, etc. Thereafter, drive along the Jalon Valley in the region of Aragon to reach Zaragoza.
    Day 3: Zaragoza – Madrid (B/L/D)
    This morning, we’ll make a brief stop to view its magnificent Cathedral of El Pilar before continue our journey to Madrid, Europe’s highest capital. Our Madrid sightseeing guide will show us the Cervantes Monument in Plaza Espana, Puerta del Sol, Gran Via and Madrid most famous fountain – the Cibeles Fountain. You will get to visit the magnificent State Apartments of the Royal Palace and marvel at its lavish scarlet and golden throne room. (Note: In the event of State functions, the Royal Palace will be closed).
    Day 4: Madrid – Toledo (B/D)
    Today, enjoy a tour to Toledo, the former capital of medieval Spain. Our walking tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site includes a visit to the 13th century Gothic Cathedral where we will see El Greco masterpieces of Santo Tome. Thereafter, enjoy a panoramic view of the city over the Tagus River. Tonight be treated to a Tapas dinner.
    Day 5: Madrid – Segovia – Salamanca (B/D)
    This morning, be prepared for some excellent photo opportunities of the 2000 years-old Roman Aqueduct which runs through the heart of the city. Be treated to a very authentic Spain cuisine as we savour the famous succulent roast suckling pig. Thereafter, continue on to the golden city of Salamanca.
    Day 6: Salamanca – Fatima (Portugal) – Lisbon (B/D)
    Today, drive across the Portuguese border to reach Fatima where we will visit the Shrine of Fatima, which commemorates the miraculous appearance of the Virgin Mary to three children in 1917. Next, we leave the Serra d’Aire Mountains for Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Enjoy piri piri chicken, a traditional Portuguese grilled dish.
    Day 7: Lisbon (B/D)
    Together with our local guide, our Lisbon sightseeing brings you to the cobbled streets of the Alfama Quarter, see Sao Jorge castle, the broad avenues of Lower Town, the Monuments of Discoveries and the Belem Tower. View Jeronimo’s Monastery with its superbly ornate cloister, where Vasco Da Gama’s tomb is placed. You may want to take an optional excursion to the little charming fishing village of Cascais, Sintra, and the most western point of Continental Europe Da Roca.
    Day 8: Lisbon – Seville (Spain) (B/D)
    Today we will cross the border back to Spain and continue to the capital of Andalusia region – Seville, site of the 1992 World Expo. The city was influenced by the Moors who dwelt in this area for 700 years. Our guide will unfold the history during Seville sightseeing. View the Alcazar and the Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz with its flower-decked wrought iron balconies. Visit the immense 15th century Cathedral, burial place of Christopher Columbus and the Giralda Tower, gem of Islamic art.
    Day 9: Seville – Gibraltar – Granada (B)
    We head south to the rock fortress of Gibraltar, an independent colony under British control since 1704. Enjoy the visit to St. Michael’s Cave and Ape’s Den. Later, travel inland to Granada, capital of the Moorish Kingdom of Spain until the Moor’s defeat in 1492.
    Day 10: Granada – Valencia (B)
    This morning, we will visit the La Alhambra, a complex of magnificent buildings begun by the Moors and built over the centuries as well as the exotic Water Gardens of El Generalife, the royal summer residence. Then, continue the journey to Valencia for a sightseeing tour pass the Tower of Serrano and Cuarte and be amazed of the modern architectural design of the City of Art and Sciences. Tonight, savour Spain’s Seafood Paella. (Note: La Alhambra & El Generalife will be subjected to visiting time)
    Day 11: Valencia – Peñiscola – Barcelona (B)
    Today, a drive along breathtaking countryside of Costa del Anzahar with its white sandy beaches will bring us to the seaside town of Peniscola – known as “The City of the Sea” as the town sits on a rocky promontory which juts out into the sea. Our Peniscola sightseeing highlights its medieval castle surrounded by white-walled houses, forming the area of the ‘Old Town’. Arrive at La Roca Village, one of the best place to purchase fashion like Loewe, Polo Ralph Lauren…After a shopping spree, we will make our way back to capital of Catalonia, Barcelona.
    Day 12: Barcelona (B)
    The day is free at leisure for you to explore this vibrant city. Take an optional excursion to the great Monastery of Montserrat to see the Black Madonna and enjoy the breathtaking views.
    Day 13: Barcelona - Singapore
    Bid farewell to Spain today as you are transferred to the airport for your flight home, bringing back fond memories of your holiday with CTC Travel!
    Day 14: Singapore
  • Full Package includes air tickets, hotel accommodations, meals and sightseeings are specify in itinerary.

    Note:
    • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
    • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
    • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice
    • Peak season charges and all other relevant surcharges are not included
    • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
    • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
    • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
    • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation
    • All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
    • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
    • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).

    Remarks:
    • Taxes / Flight schedule subject to change.
    • Tour subject to confirmation.
    • Note: Due to local or religious festivals unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions, the sequence of itinerary may need to be changed or alternative sites substituted at short notice. In the event of discrepancy between English and Chinese itineraries, please refer to the former.

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Barcelona tours, sights and activities

10D7N Fantastic Spain And Portugal

Tour Package SGD0

    Highlights

    Granada
    Red Palace, Sunny Coast, Costa del Sol
    Madrid
    Plaza de Espana, Plaza de Colon, Opera Palace, Paseo de Prado, Castellana, Royal Palace, Fuente de la Cibeles, Puerta de Alcala, Flamenco Show
    Lisbon
    Atlantic Ocean, Discoveries Ponte, Tower of Belem, Jeronimos Monastery, Rosso Square, Marques de Pombal Square
    Barcelona
    Plaza de Cataluna, Monjuich Hill, Barcelona Harbour, Sagrada Familia, Roman Catholic Church
    Toledo
    Tagus River, Century Gothic Cathedral
    Valencia
    Moorish Culture, Old City Municipal Square, Valencia Cathedral, Holy Grail
    Malaga
    Royal Chapel, Alcazar Castle, Spanish Royal Palace, Santa Croce Gold Tower, Mary Luisa, Park
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  • Giamso Tours

    Giamso Tours

    Giamso works hand-in-hand with their customers to secure the best rates possible. At Giamso, you can be assured that you are getting the best value for money.

  • Day 1: Depart For Barcelona (D)
    Assemble at Airport for your flight to Barcelona – Spain, the World’s renowned Bullfight city!
    Day 2: Arrive In Barcelona (B/L/D)
    Upon arrival, the city tour includes visit the warm and charming Columbus Monument, drive by the elegant tree-lined Ramblas, Plaza de Cataluna. Noticed the Olympic stadium where 1992 Olympic Games have been held. Go to the famous Monjuich Hill for panoramic view of Barcelona Harbour and overlooking the city views. Exterior View of the Sagrada Familia, which is a large Roman Catholic Church in Barcelona. The Church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Day 3: Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (B/L/D)
    We leave Barcelona for Spain's 3rd largest city, Valencia. Valencia’s history has celebrated as the gateway to the Mediterranean. It is commercial and culturally rich; with Moorish Culture, Arab customs and food all frequented in a cultural exchange. The economic trade reform jump started Valencia to enjoy the prosperity and glory that other cities did not achieve. Although today's Valencia is less prominent, still commerce through large exhibitions is still important to the city and Trade Fairs are held throughout the year. Upon arrival, we will tour the Old City Municipal Square, the old city gate and Valencia Cathedral (entrance included), where an exact copy of the Holy Grail is on permanent display. Continue our drive to Alicante for overnight stay.
    Day 4: Alicante – Granada – Malaga (B/L/D)
    This morning we depart for the city of Granada on the plateau of the Andalusia province. This historic city has been occupied by the Arab Dynasty rule in the Iberian Peninsula for the last 800 years. Visit the ruins of civilization and culture, "Alhambra", also known as the Red Palace (entrance included). Upon arrival, the Moorish legacy becomes apparent immediately. Generally referred to as the "golden age" of construction and delicate structure, the dome shape is both stunning and admirable. Back to the coach and proceed to the Sunny Coast area (Costa del Sol) and arrive in the largest city along the coast of Malaga. This city is the birthplace of the famous Spanish Painter, Pablo Picasso. The Costa del Sol is also famous for its golden sandy beaches, secluded villas.
    Day 5: Malaga – Seville – Albufeira (B/L/D)
    This morning, we go North-West direction to the soul of the city of Seville Andalusia region. This city was the capital of the Muslim dynasty. This 4th largest city and hosted the World's Fair in 1992. Upon arrival, visit the 16th century Cathedral halls dedicated Royal Chapel, the burial place of the King's mausoleum for over a century; also the tomb of Christopher Columbus who discovered the New World as a credit to the great navigator. From there onwards we see the Alcazar Castle once a Muslim palace and the Spanish Royal Palace this palace was built in 1987 and is currently included by the United Nations as a world cultural heritage site. Then we walk through the Santa Croce Gold Tower and Mary Luisa Park where the 1992 World Expo is located. In the Spain Square we can admire a crafted porcelain painting, detailing the history and elegance of old Spain. Continue our drive along enchanting coastline to Portugal, pass by Algarve which is one of the popular tourist resorts which draws more to the superb beaches.
    Day 6: Albufeira – Lisbon (B/L/D)
    In the morning we depart northwards to Lisbon. Lisbon, the western most point of continental Europe displays the voluminous Atlantic Ocean surrounded by endless scenery. Don’t forget to buy the remembrance certificate to prove once footstep on the west point as it will be a memorable souvenir to keep. Lisbon is Portugal’s symbol to its adventurous and pioneering past, crossing the seas in discovery of the new world. Those interested can sample authentic Portuguese custard tarts at the century-old bakery. Enroute, you will see scenic picturesque of vineyards, olive trees. Upon arrival into Lisbon, city tour begins. Tour of River Tagus- monument to the Discoveries Ponte 25 de Abril – Tower of Belem-Jeronimos Monastery – Rosso Square – Marques de Pombal Square.
    Day 7: Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (B/L/D)
    We drive back to Spain capital city Madrid. Enroute, via Toledo – spectacular city situated on a granite hill surrounded by Tagus River. Exterior view of the 13th Century Gothic Cathedral. Continue our drive to Madrid.
    Day 8: Madrid City Tour – Flamenco Show Included (B/L/D)
    This morning, Madrid city tour includes the monument of Plaza de Espana, Plaza de Colon, Opera Palace, Paseo de Prado and Castellana, Royal Palace (entrance included), Fuente de la Cibeles and Puerta de Alcala. After lunch, free time in the afternoon for shopping at El Corte Ingles. Get your Original branded products of Mango, Prada, Massimo Dutti and the list goes on. This evening, be entertained by Flamenco Show.
    Day 9: Depart Madrid (B)
    After breakfast, there is still time for your last minute shopping before transfer to the Airport for your flight back home.
    Day 10: Arrive Singapore
    Arrive home today with sweet memories of your tour.
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Barcelona tours, sights and activities

11D8N Fantastic Spain And Portugal

Tour Package SGD0

    Highlights

    Zaragoza
    Jalon Gorge, Basilica, Cathedral of our Lady of the Pillar, Columbus Monument, Montjuic Hill, Casa Batilo, Casa Mila.
    Granada
    Alhambra, Red Palace, Golden Age, Sunny Coast, Costa del Sol
    Madrid
    Plaza de Espana, Plaza de Colon, Opera Palace, Paseo de Prado, Castellana, Royal Palace, Fuente de la Cibeles, Puerta de Alcala
    Lisbon
    Atlantic Ocean, Tour of River Tagus, Discoveries Ponte, Tower of Belem, Jeronimos Monastery, Rosso Square, Marques de Pombal Square
    Barcelona
    Plaza de Cataluna, Monjuich Hill, Barcelona Harbour, Sagrada Familia, Roman Catholic Church
    Toledo
    Tagus River, Century Gothic Cathedral
    Valencia
    Moorish Culture, Trade Fairs, Valencia Cathedral, Holy Grail
    Malaga
    Royal Chapel, Alcazar Castle, Spanish Royal Palace, Santa Croce Gold Tower, Mary Luisa, Park, Spain Square
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  • Giamso Tours

    Giamso Tours

    Giamso works hand-in-hand with their customers to secure the best rates possible. At Giamso, you can be assured that you are getting the best value for money.

  • Day 1: Depart For Barcelona
    Assemble at Airport for your flight to Barcelona – Spain, the World’s renowned Bullfight city!
    Day 2: Arrive In Barcelona (D)
    Upon arrival, the city tour includes visit the warm and charming Columbus Monument, drive by the elegant tree-lined Ramblas, Plaza de Cataluna. Noticed the Olympic stadium where 1992 Olympic Games have been held. Go to the famous Monjuich Hill for panoramic view of Barcelona Harbour and overlooking the city views. Exterior View of the Sagrada Familia, which is a large Roman Catholic Church in Barcelona. The Church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Day 3: Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (B/L/D)
    We leave Barcelona for Spain's 3rd largest city, Valencia. Valencia’s history has celebrated as the gateway to the Mediterranean. It is commercial and culturally rich; with Moorish Culture, Arab customs and food all frequented in a cultural exchange. The economic trade reform jump started Valencia to enjoy the prosperity and glory that other cities did not achieve. Although today's Valencia is less prominent, still commerce through large exhibitions is still important to the city and Trade Fairs are held throughout the year. Upon arrival, we will tour the old city municipal Square, the old city gate and Valencia Cathedral (entrance included), where an exact copy of the Holy Grail is on permanent display. Continue our drive to Alicante for overnight stay.
    Day 4: Alicante – Granada – Malaga (B/L/D)
    This morning we depart for the city of Granada on the plateau of the Andalusia province. This historic city has been occupied by the Arab Dynasty rule in the Iberian Peninsula for the last 800 years. Visit the ruins of civilization and culture, "Alhambra", also known as the Red Palace (entrance included). Upon arrival, the Moorish legacy becomes apparent immediately. Generally referred to as the "Golden Age" of construction and delicate structure, the dome shape is both stunning and admirable. Back to the coach and proceed to the Sunny Coast area (Costa del Sol) and arrive in the largest city along the coast of Malaga. This city is the birthplace of the famous Spanish Painter, Pablo Picasso. The Costa del Sol is also famous for its golden sandy beaches, secluded villas.
    Day 5: Malaga – Seville – Albufeira (B/L/D)
    This morning, we go North-West direction to the soul of the city of Seville Andalusia region. This city was the capital of the Muslim dynasty. This 4th largest city and hosted the World's Fair in 1992. Upon arrival, visit the 16th century Cathedral halls dedicated Royal Chapel, the burial place of the King's mausoleum for over a century; also the tomb of Christopher Columbus who discovered the New World as a credit to the great navigator. From there onwards we see the Alcazar Castle once a Muslim palace and the Spanish Royal Palace; this palace was built in 1987 and is currently included by the United Nations as a world cultural heritage site. Then we walk through the Santa Croce Gold Tower and Mary Luisa Park where the 1992 World Expo is located. In the Spain Square we can admire a crafted porcelain painting, detailing the history and elegance of old Spain. Continue our drive along enchanting coastline to Portugal, pass by Algarve which is one of the popular tourist resorts which draws more to the superb beaches.
    Day 6: Albufeira – Lisbon (B/L/D)
    In the morning we depart northwards to Lisbon. Lisbon, the western most point of continental Europe displays the voluminous Atlantic Ocean surrounded by endless scenery. Don’t forget to buy the remembrance certificate to prove once footstep on the west point as it will be a memorable souvenir to keep. Lisbon is Portugal’s symbol to its adventurous and pioneering past, crossing the seas in discovery of the new world. Those interested can sample authentic Portuguese custard tarts at the century-old bakery. Enroute, you will see scenic picturesque of vineyards, olive trees. Upon arrival into Lisbon, city tour begins. Tour of River Tagus- monument to the Discoveries Ponte 25 de Abril – Tower of Belem- Jeronimos Monastery – Rosso Square – Marques de Pombal Square.
    Day 7: Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (B/L/D)
    We drive back to Spain capital city Madrid. Enroute, via Toledo – spectacular city situated on a granite hill surrounded by Tagus River. Exterior view of the 13th Century Gothic Cathedral. Continue our drive to Madrid.
    Day 8: Madrid City Tour – Flamenco Show Included (B/L/D)
    This morning, Madrid city tour includes the monument of Plaza de Espana, Plaza de Colon, Opera Palace, Paseo de Prado and Castellana, Royal Palace (entrance included), Fuente de la Cibeles and Puerta de Alcala. After lunch, free time in the afternoon for shopping at El Corte Ingles. Get your Original branded products of Mango, Prada, Massimo Dutti and the list goes on. This evening, be entertained by Flamenco Show.
    Day 9: Madrid – Zaragoza – Barcelona (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, drive through the scenic Jalon Gorge, which reminisces Western movies cowboy country to Zaragoza. Exterior view of the Basilica - Cathedral of our Lady of the Pillar, where the Virgin Mary appeared. Continue our drive to Barcelona. Drive past Columbus Monument, LAS RAMBLAS is a street in Central Barcelona. Take a panoramic and spectacular view of the city and harbour from Montjuic Hill. Marvelled at the Nouveau style buildings like Casa Batilo and Casa Mila.
    Day 10: Depart Barcelona (B)
    After breakfast, there is still time for your last minute shopping before transfer to the Airport for your flight back home
    Day 11: Arrive Singapore
    Arrive home today with sweet memories of your tour
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Madrid tours, sights and activities

9D8N Best of Spain & Portugal

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  • Giamso Tours

    Giamso Tours

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  • Day 1: Thursday: Arrival In Madrid
    Upon arrival in Madrid, transfer to hotel. Enjoy a leisure day in Madrid. Overnight in Madrid or a nearby city.
    Day 2: Friday: Madrid – Zaragoza (B)
    Madrid – Zaragoza (320 km) Our tour starts at the Spanish capital of Madrid, where we visit the Tbilisi Fountain, Columbus Memorial Plaza, as well as the University and Grand Palace* built by the Spanish Royal Family, which shows the magnificent and splendid former empire and its historical grandeur. Pay attention to the small square tiles placed on the pavement on the Puerta del Sol, which are common in the area. In Puerta, take the opportunity to shop for specialty leather goods, clothing and traditional Spanish souvenirs in Spain. In the afternoon, we leave Madrid and continue on to Zaragoza. Overnight in Zaragoza or a nearby city.
    Day 3: Saturday: Zaragoza – Barcelona (B)
    Zaragoza – Barcelona (300 km) In the morning, we head to the Spanish coastal city of Barcelona. Upon arrival, we will visit the Barcelona Columbus Monument and the Sagrada Família Church* by the Spanish Master Artist, Gaudi. Gaudi’s unique colourful, fairytale decoration can be seen throughout the city. Afterwards, we visit the Olympic Stadium where the 1992 Olympic Games were held. The remaining time is spent in the bustling Plaza Catalonia, where we will have free time for shopping. Overnight in Barcelona or a nearby city.
    Day 4: Sunday: Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (B)
    Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante (525 km) We leave Barcelona for Spain's third largest city, Valencia. Upon arrival, we will tour the old city square, Torres de Serranos (old city gates) and Valencia Cathedral, where an exact copy of the Holy Grail is on permanent display. Overnight in Alicante or a nearby city.
    Day 5: Monday: Alicante – Granada – Malaga (B)
    Alicante – Granada – Malaga (485 km) This morning, we depart for the city of Granada on the plateau of the Andalusia province. Upon arrival, we visit the ruins of civilization and culture, Alhambra* which is also known as the Red Palace. Then, we proceed to Costa del Sol (Sunny Coast area) and arrive in the largest city along the coast of Malaga. This city is the birthplace of the famous Spanish Painter, Pablo Picasso. The Costa del Sol is also famous for its golden sandy beaches and secluded villas. Overnight in Malaga or a nearby city. (Due to limited access and ticket sales for Alhambra, if you would like to visit it, please kindly book through website as below: http://www.ticketmaster.es/nav/en/muchomas/granada/alhambraygeneralife09oz/alhambra_general/i ndex.html - Booking time: 1-3pm)
    Day 6: Tuesday: Malaga – Seville (B)
    Malaga – Seville (210 km) We continue our journey towards the city of Seville, the capital of Andalusia. It is the setting for the "Carmen" Opera, and also hosted the World's Fair in 1992. Upon arrival, we visit Cathedral of Seville, which is the burial place of the king's mausoleum for over a century as well as the location of the tomb of Christopher Columbus. From there onwards, we see the Alcazar Castle, a royal palace that was originally a Moorish fort. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and it was registered in *1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Afterwards, we visit Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) and Mary Luisa Park, where Plaza de España (Spain Square) is located. In the square, we can admire a crafted porcelain painting detailing the history and elegance of old Spain. Overnight in Seville or a nearby city. (If time permits, the tour guide will add to the itinerary a visit to British Gibraltar* or excursion to Mijas*.)
    Day 7: Wednesday: Seville – Lisbon (B)
    Seville – Lisbon (460 km) In the morning, we depart for Portuguese Lisbon, and are expected to arrive in the afternoon. Lisbon, the most western point of continental Europe displays the voluminous Atlantic surrounded by endless scenery. You can choose to buy the remembrance certificate to prove once footstep on the west point as it will be a memorable souvenir to keep. Lisbon is Portugal’s symbol to its adventurous and pioneering past, crossing the seas in discovery of the new world. Those interested can sample authentic Portuguese custard tarts at the century-old bakery, and decide whether they are as good as in Macao. Overnight in Lisbon or a nearby city. (You can choose to attend a Fado Musical Show* – ‘Fado’ is Portugal’s traditional folk music.)
    Day 8: Thursday: Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (B)
    Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid (675 km) We drive back to Madrid via Toledo and catch a breath-taking view of Spain and its rich palette of colours in natural surroundings and arrive back in Madrid. Overnight in Madrid or a nearby city.
    Day 9: Friday: Madrid – Departure (B)
    Depart from Madrid and board the flight back home.
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      • Guided tour with coach
      • Daily continental breakfast at hotels (for all other meals, we offer assistance with reservations and directions to local restaurants/cafes)
      • 8 nights’ accommodation at hotels
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      • All meals except breakfast
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    • Indicates optional tours (other optional tours are available as well)
    • Please take note that the itinerary is for reference only and is subject to changes without prior notice. Accurate itinerary will be given to passengers prior to departures. Our local representatives reserve the right in adjusting the sequences of itinerary due to safety reason & unforeseen circumstances.
    • Language Chinese: Twin $1,188, Triple $1,188, Single $1,828, Child Twin $1,188, Child (bed) Child (no bed) $988
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Barcelona tours, sights and activities

12D9N Portugal and Spain Passion

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    Highlights

    Madrid
    2,000- year-old Roman aqueduct, Alcazar, Las Rozas Village Chic Outlet Shopping, shopping
    Fátima
    Holy Shrine of Fatima, Monastery of Jeronimos, Rossio Square, Discovery Monument, Belem Tower
    Salamanca
    oldest university, Plaza Mayor
    Granada
    Troglodyte Quarter
    Barcelona
    Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, Guell Park, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalunya

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Spain
Barcelona
Sagrada Familia
Casa Mila
Casa Batllo
Guell Park
Las Ramblas

Valencia
Central Market
Lonja de la Seda
• Seafood paella lunch

Costa Blanca
Alicante

Guadix
Troglodyte Quarter cave houses

Granada
• Tapas dinner
Alhambra
Generalife Gardens

Cordoba
Mezquita

Seville
Seville Bullring
Plaza de Espana

Salamanca
University
Cathedral

Segovia
• Roman aqueduct
• Alcazar
• Roast suckling pig lunch

Madrid
• Las Rozas Village Chic Outlet Shopping
• Plaza Mayor
• Royal Palace

Portugal
Lisbon
Monastery of Jeronimos
Rossio Square
Discovery Monument
Belem Tower

Fatima
Shrine of Fatima

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  • Chan Brothers Travel

    Chan Brothers Travel

    As one of Singapore's largest travel agent and tour operator, we offer the widest choice of destinations from the mainstream to the exotic ones. While we explore new destinations and venture into opening the roads less travelled, we consistently review and revisit existing ones with new itineraries and experiences. By maintaining a strong marketing and communications link with our customers, prospects, business partners and the general buying public, we attain top-of-mind recall as a reliable travel agency providing quality packages at value-for-money prices. For the past 48 years, we take pride in satisfying and surpassing our customers' expectations with tour experiences that get them to return time and again. We were also the first to set up a sophisticated online travel infrastructure and a call centre as part of our continuous efforts to offer seamless travel experiences from the first touch point to utilisation of service.

  • Day 1: Singapore – Barcelona (MOB)
    Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Barcelona.
    Day 2: Barcelona (MOB/L/D)
    Barcelona, the 2nd-largest city in Spain in both size and population, has a pleasant Mediterranean climate and stands on a plain that slopes gently down from Sierra de Collserola to the sea. Visit the city’s spectacular icon, Sagrada Familia, also known as Basilica of the Holy Family, a large Roman Catholic Church which is a grand unfinished magnum opus by renowned Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi. Next, survey through Gaudi masterpieces such as the Casa Mila, Casa Batllo and visit Guell Park, a famous park with Gaudi’s works of extraordinary imagination. In the afternoon, explore Las Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya, the largest square in Barcelona and home to some of Spain’s most famous streets lined with cafes, restaurants and kiosks. This is an area that bustles with performing artists and is popular with tourists and locals alike.
    Day 3: Barcelona - Valencia – Alicante (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, travel to the 3rd-largest city of Spain, Valencia, which houses the City of the Arts and Science, known as the most integral tourist attraction in the said city. Be amazed by the sight of citrus plantations around the city. Next, view the Central Market, this huge iron, glass and tiled Art Nouveau building opened in 1928 is one of the largest and most attractive markets in Europe. Thereafter, visit the famous landmark, Lonja de la Seda, a Gothic style building that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This afternoon, look forward to feasting on a mouth-watering Valencian specialty, a seafood paella lunch. Next, proceed to Alicante, the capital of Costa Blanca, which translates in English to White Coast. It is a city synonymous with fun and relaxation. Bask in the glory of Alicante’s wide boulevards, long white sandy beaches, waterfront and Castillo de Santa Barbara, a 16th century fortress that dominates the skyline.
    Day 4: Alicante – Guadix - Granada (B/D)
    This morning, drive to the cathedral town of Guadix, a large bustling country town with a distinctive personality. Among its many interesting features is that almost half of its inhabitants live underground. View the cave houses in the remarkable Troglodyte Quarter, which houses 2000 caves that have been inhabited for many centuries. The inhabitants, known as troglodytes, are very friendly and also house proud, or in this case, cave proud. Continue to Granada, capital of Spain’s last Moorish kingdom. The city lies at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the autonomous region of Andalusia and served as the Moorish capital of Spain until liberation in 1492. Tonight, indulge in a delectable and moreish spread of a traditional Spanish tapas dinner. And because this is Spain, you may choose to end the night with a fascinating flamenco performance at your own expense.
    Day 5: Granada - Cordoba – Seville (B/D)
    This morning, tour the crown jewel of Granada known as the resplendent Alhambra and the adjoining Generalife Gardens, one of the oldest surviving Moorish Gardens. The palace, an Arabian fantasy of brilliant mosaics and tiles, is one of the greatest accomplishments of Islamic art and architecture. The Alhambra is simply breathtaking, especially the dazzling fountains set in the Generalife Gardens. Next, continue your journey towards the province of Andalusia, the genesis of Spain’s historically renowned cultural traditions of flamenco dancing and bull fighting. Upon arrival in Cordoba, visit the magnificent Mezquita, the marvelous mosque which was later converted into a cathedral after Cordoba was recaptured from the Muslim army by King Ferdinand III of Castile. The Patio de los Naranjos, a courtyard with lovely gardens and orange trees, forms part of this grand Islamic monument. Another must-see attraction in Cordoba is the Calleja de las Flores or Alley of Flowers, located in the heart of the Jewish quarter. Thereafter, travel to Seville, the 4th-largest city in Spain.
    Day 6: Seville – Lisbon (B/D)
    This morning, visit the Seville Bullring or the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Cabelleria de Sevilla, to give it its due is the oldest in Spain. It was here that the corrida, or bullfight, moved from horseback to foot, and many of the cherished theatrical traditions of the matador evolved. Not to be missed is Plaza de Espana with its 58 benches around the square representing the different provinces of Spain. This massive building is Sevilles’s most impressive for its sheer scale and grandeur. Continue to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Note: If Seville Bullring is closed, it will be replaced by a visit to Seville Cathedral.
    Day 7: Lisbon – Fatima – Lisbon (B/D)
    After breakfast, depart Lisbon for the township of Fatima to witness and revel in the splendidly divine Holy Shrine of Fatima, where apparitions of Lady Mary were reported during World War I. In the afternoon, proceed on a city tour of Lisbon. Visit Monastery of Jeronimos, a world-class masterpiece of late-Gothic architecture that was constructed in 1496. Plus, immerse in other well-preserved and noteworthy attractions such as Rossio Square, Discovery Monument and Belem Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Day 8: Lisbon - Salamanca (B/D)
    Continue your journey to Salamanca, known as the golden city due to its sandstone buildings over the centuries. See the oldest university in Spain, the handsome arcaded Plaza Mayor, the heart of Salamanca and one of the most beautiful plazas in all of Spain, and the honey-coloured cathedral.
    Day 9: Salamanca - Segovia – Madrid (B/L)
    Start your day with a visit to Segovia, a veritable treasure trove of historical, civil and religious monuments and a certified Heritage of Mankind by UNESCO. Your tour will include one of the city’s famous landmarks, the 2,000- year-old Roman aqueduct that cuts right through the centre of the town. Its image has served as the mint mark on all coins produced in Segovia for over 400 years. Next, you will visit the majestic royal palace, Alcazar, which was the source of inspiration for Walt Disney’s Snow White castle in Disneyland Paris. This afternoon, taste a Segovian delicacy, roast suckling pig lunch or cochinillo in Spanish. After lunch, proceed to Madrid, the capital of Spain. On the way, visit Las Rozas Village Chic Outlet Shopping where you will find previous seasons’ collection from the world’s leading Spanish and International luxury fashion and lifestyle brands are reduced by up to 60 percent all year round.
    Day 10: Madrid (B)
    Situated at 2,000 feet above sea level, Madrid is Europe’s highest capital city. Housing a wealth of palaces, castles and museums, your guided tour will bring you to the old and new sections of Madrid like Plaza Mayor, Cibeles Fountain and Royal Palace, where plush decorations, furnishings and frescoes will fascinate you. Later, stroll along the shopping district of Puerto del Sol to purchase some local branded fashion labels and sample local cuisines. In the afternoon, you may opt to visit the amazing Toledo, the former capital city of Spain at your expense. Note: If Royal Palace is closed, it will be replaced by a visit to Prado Museum.
    Day 11: Madrid - Singapore (B/MOB)
    If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.
    Day 12: Arrive in Singapore
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    • During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
    • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

    All passengers are categorised as adult, child or infant based on the tour's return date and not the date of booking.

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Porto tours, sights and activities

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Prepare to explore a country with a rich heritage whose varying landscapes dazzle travelers from all over the world. Wander through historic villages nestling beside castles. Explore the nature reserves where the clear waters of the rivers combine with the coolness of the meadows and the lush, green mountains. Take up the challenge and discover a country full of contrasts.

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  • Travel Haven

    Travel Haven

    Luxury Travel Tailor Made For You With more than 18 years of experience in serving our clients and assisting travelers to embark on a memorable journey, you are assured of a remarkable holiday.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Porto
    Arrive in Porto and be welcomed by your driver at the airport. Enjoy a private transfer to your hotel in the city center and check in. Have some time to relax and during the afternoon you will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the famous Port Wine Cellars where you will have a tour and enjoy a wine tasting at Taylor while appreciating the sunset over Porto. Taylor's is now over 300 years old. It remains a family firm, completely independent, owned still by relations of the original partners. On the Atlantic coast at Porto are the ancient lodges where Taylor's priceless ports slowly reach their glorious maturity. High up in the Douro Valley is Taylor Quinta de Vargellas, one of the world's truly great vineyards, comparable in quality to Chateau Latour. Taylor, Fladgate & Yeatman has won prestigious awards for their declared vintages. Recently the Taylor 1992 was awarded a perfect 100 points from Robert Parker. The 1994 vintage also received 100 points and the Top Wine of the World award from the Wine Spectator. Overnight in Porto.
    Day 2: Porto - Guimarães - Douro (B)
    Have breakfast at the hotel and your guide will meet you to explore Porto. Tour starts with Porto’s unique historic center recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. With a narrow, labyrinth of pathways and traditional houses made of granite, the Ribeira Old Quarters’ boasts an astonishing number of monuments and curiosities. In this unique historic center you visit the city’s most prominent Gothic monument. Also known as the ‘Gold Church’ for its wealth of gilt woodcarvings, Igreja de S. Francisco was originally an austere Gothic temple built in the 14th century with three naves a tripartite apse with polygonal chapels. While roaming around the historical center streets there will also be time for a stop at LivrariaLello, one of Porto's biggest attractions, this Bookshop opened its doors in 1906, apart from the interesting facade it is the inside that really is astonishing and makes us want to stay there just to admire it! Time for lunch (not included) and then you will continue to Guimarães, where Portugal started to emerge, back in the 10th century. The Historical Quarter is where we will spend more time, which comprises a succession of squares of great formal value. This unique site was classified by UNESCO in 2001 and apart from that is also where local residents gather and spend time so you will have the chance to mingle. We will also visit the 10th century castle and the Dukes of Bragança Palace, at a time the King's residence up in the north, now the official Presidential home in the north. Continue towards the Douro and dinner and overnight on the Douro River.
    Day 3: Douro River (B)
    Your day will begin with a visit of Lamego City. This ancient city, hidden in the mountains, represents two periods of time. Moors and Christians fought ferocious battles over it. However, in 1057, Fernando Magno, great grandfather to the first king of Portugal, definitively took it for Christianity. This era survives in the tall castle tower, where on foggy days the soul of a Moorish princess is said to return to weep. After this visit, you will be guided to DOC Restaurant, where you will have lunch. Situated on the river bank, just touching the water, it is the project of renowned Portuguese chef Rui Paula and you try some of our traditional dishes with a special twist. After lunch, departure in direction to Pinhão where you will visit the villa and Quinta do Seixo. Dinner will be at the hotel. Quinta do Seixo is located in the Upper-Corgo, in the heart of the Douro Demarcated Region. Following the Douro River from Régua to Pinhão, one can easily discover this ancient property and modern winery perfectly integrated into the landscape. With a total area of 99 hectares, 65 of which planted with the traditional grape varieties of the Douro, Quinta do Seixo is one of the biggest estates of Sogrape in this region, producing both Porto and Douro Doc Wines. Overnight on the Douro River.
    Day 4: Douro - Coimbra - Batalha - Óbidos (B)
    Have breakfast and depart towards Coimbra, with its own very special mystique, the result of a past full of important events and of the memories of the many thousands of Portuguese who, dispersed around the country or abroad, remember the carefree, easygoing, hopeful years spenthere in their youth as students at the University. Your time here will be passed walking through the University grounds and entering the famous Library. The Joanine Library (Biblioteca Joanina) begun in 1717 at the instigation of King João V, its unique style make it Portugal’s most famous library. On the upper floor, the library has three rooms linked by arches of polychrome wood, structurally identical to the main doorway. In typical Baroque style, the rooms are full of tromp-l’oeildecorative features. The 250,000 books date from the 12th to the 19th centuries, and deal mainly with civil and canon law, theology and philosophy. There will be time for lunch in the center (not included) and the afternoon will be taken to visit Batalha. We will go directly to Batalha and start by visiting the battlefield and then seeing the movie, to understand how the Battle of Aljubarrota (between Portugal and Spain) happened and the importance of the victory, and the continue to the Monastery (built in honor of the Virgin Mary as a “thank you” for help on the victory). We will then take you to your hotel. Overnight in Óbidos.
    Day 5: Óbidos - Almeirim - Évora (B)
    Depart to Casal Branco, the beautiful estate of winemakers and horse breeders. You will have the chance to see and learn about the Lusitano Horse and then visit the winery finishing with a wine tasting and lunch. Near the Tagus River, Casal Branco Estate has been in the same family for over 200 years. It has been creating Lusitano horses since the 19th century and producing top quality wines for more than one hundred years. Family, tradition and a big passion for what they do keeps it going and justifies there cognition that is continuously receiving. After lunch, we will continue our drive to Évora. You will have some time in the afternoon to relax or walk around the city by yourselves. Overnight in Évora.
    Day 6: Évora - S. Pedro Do Corval - Monsaraz - Évora (B)
    Today, we will be traveling to São Pedro do Corval and Monsaraz. São Pedro do Corval is a small typical Portuguese village widely renowned for its pottery which is of great quality and variety. You will have the chance to walk the streets, watch the artisans working and of course take some with if you want to. Lunch will be on your own either there already in Monsaraz, our next stop and the perfect place from where to appreciate the scenic views of south of Portugal. This small village is one of the oldest in Portugal, perched on top of a hill, surrounded by walls used for protection from the Moors and then from the Spanish, you can still breath tradition all over. Later on we will return to Évora for overnight.
    Day 7: Évora - Arraiolos - Lisbon (B)
    Being the most important city in the south of the country, Évora has a lot to offer (it is a UNESCO Heritage site also) and it can all be done walking through its narrow streets, mingling with the locals and watching how day to day is lived here. We will start with the remains of the Diana Temple, built during the Roman period in honour to Emperor Augustus. From there you will continue to visit the important Cathedral in late romantic/early Gothic style. The most impressive attraction of the city however is the Bones Chapel – a small chapel inside S. Francisco Church where all the walls and ceiling are covered with skulls and bones, you have to visit it to understand it! Lunch will be in Évora (not included) and on the way to Lisbon we will make a stop at the small village of Arraiolos. This is the place where the Arraiolos rugs come from, made by hand withwool, very colourful, usually symmetric and representing flowers and animals. You can still see women on this beautiful art and it it is a sunny day most likely they will be outside their houses working and chatting with neighbours. Continue the ride and overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 8: Lisbon (B/D)
    This morning, meet your guide for a full day tour of the city, including old town, Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery. You will start the tour by going to the top of Marques Pombal to learn about Lisbon from that point. Travel by car from there, down Avenida Liberdade, and drop off in Rossio. Begin walking tour with explanations of the history and how things were in the past, continuing through the Baixa and walking to the Sé. After that, we will take the 28 Cable Car to Graça and the miradouro where the car will meet us and drive to Jeronimos and Belem Tower. Tonight, you will enjoy a Fado music Show (our traditional music) including dinner. Overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 9: Lisbon - Sintra - Cascais - Lisbon (B)
    Today, we will visit Sintra, which Lord Byron called “glorious Eden” and Cascais, once a fishing village, then the place where Kings and Princes from all Europe came for exile early on the 20th century, today a charming village and one of the best places to live in Portugal. Pena National Palace in Sintra was built by a German architect Baron Wilhelm Ludwig von Schwege in a mixture of architectural styles. Richly decorated walls are all over the interior, covered either with tiles or painted walls. The palace remained one of the main royal family residencies for decades. In 1889 it was purchased by the Portuguese State, and after the Republican Revolution of 1910, the palace was classified as a national monument and transformed into a museum. The rooms were left exactly as they were when the last royal closed the front door. In Cascais, the idea really is to walk around the marina, the center of the village, try the great ice cream “Santini” (probably best in the World) and enjoy the sun. By the way, James Bond “On her Majesty's secret service” was shot here in Estoril, The Casino, The Palace Hotel and the road where you will go through were some of the relevant scenarios. Return to Lisbon will be on the route by the sea, you will enjoy the views of some nice beaches, the sea, a few small palace-like houses and of the Monument to the Discoveries when reaching the city. Overnight in Lisbon.
    Day 10: Lisbon - Algarve (B)
    The morning will be free for you to walk around the city, do some shopping or visit a Museum for example. There are quite a few options and on the previous day our guide will happily assist you choosing the ideal way to cease the day according to you taste. Early in the afternoon we will drive down to the Algarve, the most southern place in the country and the ideal one for a few relaxing days at the beach. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 11: Algarve (B)
    Algarve is where Portuguese go to the beach, but it is also so much more than that! In Portugal people go to the beach mainly in July and August, but because it has a great temperature year round it is a good place to go from early April to October. But there are many other options if you want to do something else, some of the alternatives include SPA, Golf, Water sports and Racing Cars. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 12: Algarve (B)
    The day is free for you to go to the beach or do some of our suggestions. New ones for today would be Bird watching, Fishing and Sailing for example. Overnight in the Algarve.
    Day 13: Algarve - Departure (B)
    Everything that is good must come to an end and today we will transfer you to the airport at the designated hour for your departure flight. Goodbye, have a safe return home! Fly Kerikeri to your next destination.
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      • Hotel accommodation in half-twin/double room with daily breakfast.
      • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
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      • All entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary.
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