Handcrafted with private tours and experiential luxury, these seven days will celebrate much of the very best that Lisbon has to offer. Fado music slips elegantly from tiny archways, glorious old monuments showcase a nation through the centuries, streets of cobblestone and charm whisk you away, and enigmatic towns immerse you in distinctive eras. Lisbon is a stunning city that is surrounded by a beautiful culture and history in addition to being an ideal destination for an immersive one-week vacation.
Lisbon – A Beautiful Tram Ride
A transfer from the airport is part of your travel experience and will provide you with your first glimpse of Lisbon’s grand city streets and vibrant colors. You will be greeted at Portugal’s largest airport and transferred to your luxurious accommodation in Alfama, which is a hillside neighborhood of cobbled lanes and old-world tales. While you can take a tourist tramcar along the same route, your tour will be more private and authentic. A local guide will accompany you on the public tram. This evening, you will have a dinner table reserved at a charming and traditional restaurant in Alfama for a hearty dose of Lisbon’s old cuisine.
Lisbon – Immersed in History
Lisbon – Evora and Alentejo Vineyards
Lisbon – Beachside Afternoon in Cascais
Lisbon – Art Tour and Fado Performance
Lisbon – Legends of Obidos and Medieval Portugal
Lisbon – Departure
- Immerse yourself in Lisbon’s history and artistic legacy with intimately guided tours of areas like Belem and Baixa
- Feel the elegiac atmosphere of Fado, which is a beautiful musical style that is rooted in Lisbon and Portugal’s past
- Explore the sun-baked Alentejo plains and go wine tasting at two boutique vineyards
- Uncover the Lisbon of tomorrow with an intimate backstreet art tour of the city’s smaller neighborhoods
- Spend a day with ancient legends in and around Obidos, where medieval dreaming remains part of the everyday
- Ride an iconic tram through Lisbon’s heart, which is a perfect introduction to a city that you will come to love
- Discover the secrets of Evora, which is a whitewashed old town with Roman relics and a chapel of bones
- Feast on Moorish history by spending a morning in Sintra, where glorious palaces will transport you more than a millennium back in time
- Lounge on Lisbon’s beaches, including an afternoon at the stately resort town of Cascais
- Indulge in Lisbon’s incredible culinary scene, from Time Out Market to hearty old-world restaurants
Lisbon will lead you on a journey into the time of the Moors as you wander among palaces with origins unknown, through the vibrancy of today with cobblestone streets that are laced in color and chic vibes, and across the plains of old-world Portugal to medieval towns like Obidos and Evora. You will be thrown into an immersive tale of a city and country, which will be illustrated by Fado music, Manueline architecture, and elegant vineyards. Handcrafted as the ultimate one-week Lisbon itinerary, these seven days will celebrate the best of a city and its surroundings with private tours and an exclusive inside perspective of one of the world’s finest upcoming travel destinations.
Throughout your stay, you will be staying at a luxurious accommodation in the city center. Two day trips will provide you with a taste of wider Portugal, while private day tours will slowly build your impressions of this enchanting city. From backstreet graffiti to glorious palaces and from the original pastel de nata to contemporary Lisbon cuisine, these will be seven days of unique experiences and authentic sights. By the time you fly home, you will have discovered the real Lisbon.
Taking tram route 28 is an excellent way to get acquainted with the city on day one. For day two, a local guide will lead you into Lisbon’s grand history, including an intimate look at the Manueline architectural style that gives the city such a distinctive feel. On day three, you can indulge in a day trip to Alentejo, where vineyards and the stunning old town of Evora reside. Back in Lisbon, you will gasp at Moorish history in Sintra before settling in to the decorous coastal luxury of Cascais. By traveling into edgy Lisbon, you will have a private backstreet art tour on day five, which will be followed by a beautiful evening of Fado music. That still leaves time for a day trip to Obidos and other majestic attractions north of Lisbon. It is a lot for a week, and you will love how the city is vibrant and laid-back at the same time.
$1,815 per person (excluding international flights)
Your Zicasso trip is fully customizable, and this sample itinerary is a starting place for your travel plans. Actual costs are dynamic, and your selection of accommodations and activities, your season of travel, and other such variables will bring this budget guideline up or down. Throughout your planning experience with your Zicasso specialist, your itinerary is designed around your budget. You can book your trip when you are satisfied with every detail. Planning your trip with a Zicasso travel specialist is a free service.
The starting price is based on travel during the low season for a minimum of two travelers staying in shared 3-star accommodations. Please inquire for a custom trip quote based on your travel preferences and travel dates.
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