Almost everyone who wished to tour more of the parts of the world might also really want to get to the Southern part of Europe, and no less one of the largest and most fascinating city worth visiting is Lisbon. It is here where you can find great sceneries, activities, historical sites and sculptures, when you are on your sightseeing, day and night trip.
You may start your day trip from Lisbon to visit the three fascinating places of the seven Portugal Wonders and the Sanctuary of “Our Lady” at Fatima. Your visit will bring you to two of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a lunch at the picturesque medieval fishing village of Nazar. You may then head north for this day trip’s first stop at Obidos, a fortified village of whitewashed houses and narrow streets distinctly of the bygone era but is a great place to relax and watch the world go by. Also don’t forget to visit at Alcobaca the famous Monastery and biggest Gothic style church in Portugal. Your next stop can be at Nazare to take lunch at this colorful and traditional village and to enjoy a beautiful view over the beach and Atlantic Ocean. In the afternoon, you will have see the wonderful Batalha Monastery which is a masterpiece in Gothic style with beautiful stained –glass windows. Finally get to the world-famous pilgrimage site of Fatima, where “Our Lady” appeared in 1917 and have a free time to visit the Shrine. The whole day trip will take you approximately 8 hours.
If it seemed you got short on time you can choose a sightseeing tour of Lisbon exploring the Estoril Coast and the romantic mountainous region of Sintra to get yourself an overview of the area which will take you on a drive down Liberty Avenue to Rossio in the very heart of the city where you can be at Alfama for a wine testing in a handicraft store. This is the oldest and most picturesque quarter. And, before crossing the bridge over the Tagus you will have a moment to admire Black Horse Square on your tour along the riverside, then pass by famous Lisbon sights, the Belem Tower and the Monument of the Discoveries. Within your 4 hours tour there is still time to have a brief visit to Jeronimos Monastery, the Coach Musuem with the world’s largest collection of opulent coaches built for the aristocracy way back during the 17th century, and to take lunch before ending the excursion to discover Portugal’s “Sunny Coast” and its beaches.
There are actually a whole lot more of tours to choose from as you may in Lisbon with any of these choices to possibly excite, fascinate, and make your trip unforgettable all the way through. http://www.viator.com.