Women`s Day
1st Day

Meeting with the guide at the airport and departure in private coach to the centre of Lisbon, the city of blue sky, mild weather and narrow medieval streets where, sometimes, happens to hear the melancholic notes of a guitar that waves a Fado. Full day dedicated to the visit of the portuguese capital. Beginning at Belém quarters to admire S. Vicente de Belém Tower (the city’s symbol), the Padrão (monument to the Discoveries) and the Jerónimos Monastery, prime example of the singular portuguese architectural Manueline style. Free time to visit the Berardo Collection (Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art) and stop at the Antiga Fábrica de Pasteis de Belém to taste the most famous amongst local pastry. Stop at S. Pedro de Alcântara Garden (magnificent view over S. Jorge Castle) followed by a promenade through the typical quarters Bairro Alto and Chiado: coffee stop at the A Brasileira, coffee shop once often visited by the renowned portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa, immortalized with a statue by its entrance. Arrival at Rossio Square to explore the hidden narrow streets around the elegant avenues of the Pombaline downtown (free lunch). Departure through the monumental Comércio Square (departing point of the typical ferryboats), to the Cathedral. Visit of the Santo António Church (where the saint was born) before climbing (about 1km walk) to visit S. Jorge Castle. Time permitting, it will be visited as well the Ulisses Tower, which houses the famous periscope - an optical system invented by Leonardo Da Vinci in the XVI century, which allows to observe the city (weather permitting) in 360º, real time. Time to admire the magnificent view over the city and the Tagus river, before promenading down along the alleyways and small squares of the characteristic Alfama quarters. Continue to Parque das Nações to admire great contemporary architecture such as Vasco da Gama bridge (the longest in Europe), Gare do Oriente (central station projected by the renowned architect Santiago Calatrava), the Atlantico Pavilion and the Oceanário (giant aquarium). Accommodation at the hotel, dinner and overnight.

2nd Day

Breakfast at the hotel.
Departure in the morning to Sintra, the summer residence of portuguese kings and certainly among the richest and most beautiful villages of the country, inspiration for poets such as Lord Byron, who named it the Garden of Eden. Visit of the old town that houses the National Palace. Worthy of note other romantic monuments around the historic centre such as the Pena Palace, the Moorish Castle, the Monserrate Palace, etc.. Proceed to the Roca Cape, the roman Promontorium Magnum and the westernmost point in continental Europe. Return to Lisbon through Cascais (ancient fishing village, famous for being the exile of the last italian king of Italy Umberto II, deceased there in 1946) and the elegant cosmopolitan centre of Estoril (free lunch). Afternoon dedicated to the soul and body with our "Spa & Dance" program. Dance session, use of the dynamic pool (jacuzzi, whirlpool, hydrocascade), sauna and turkish bath, massage and a Vichy shower. Return to the hotel.

In the evening, dinner by the sea and entertainment in a disco.

Return to the hotel and overnight.

3rd Day
Breakfast at the hotel.
Morning dedicated to shopping. Stroll on the elegant Avenida da Liberdade, where you can find international brands such as Emporium Armani, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Carolina Herrera, Ermenegildo Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, etc.. Continue through Chiado to take a peep to the luxury brands from Hermes to Cartier. Worthy of visit also shops such as the characteristic Luvaria Ulisses (gloves), the Ourivesaria Aliança (jewellery) and the Casa das Velas do Loreto (selling candles for over 200 years). Time free to shop at the El Corte Ingles Shopping Centre, one of the largest stores in Lisbon (free lunch). In due time, transfer to Lisbon airport, assistance in the check-in procedures and departure.