Circular route through the center of Portugal
From 116 €

Circular route through the center of Portugal

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Created: Thursday, February 3, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, February 26, 2022
price per person From
116 €
Based on 2 adults
Created: Thursday, February 3, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, February 26, 2022
Destinations: Lisbon, Castro Verde, Mertola, Beja , Evora, Evora, Vila Viciosa, Castelo de Vide, Vila Nova de Foz Coa, Coimbra, Santarem , Lisbon
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26 Feb

Car rental

Ford KA
Bravacar
A/C 2 doors 4 people
Ford KA or similar
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Return same level as pickup
Manual transmission
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 21, Maximum 99

Fuel Policy
Level to Level: The vehicle should be returned with the same amount of fuel as delivered.
General payment terms
Prepayment: Full rental price due at time of reservation. At pick-up a valid credit card in main driver's name is required as a guarantee. Prepaid or debit cards, such as Maestro, Visa electron, Visa Premier or Carte Bleue are not accepted.

Upon collection of the car a security deposit will be blocked on the driver’s credit card. This deposit is determined by supplier considering your selected car category. Please be informed that the value of one tank of fuel and possible traffic fines can be additionally blocked on your credit card. It is recommended to present a credit card with chip, pin code and embossed numbers.Estimated deposit amount:: EUR 1400

Theft protection
with excess up to 1,250 EUR
Collision damage waiver
with excess up to 1,250 EUR
Pickup

Lissabon (Off Airport) - Telephone: +351 219 405350 / +351 961437790

Rua Martires de Timor, Armazem A, off airport, Quinta do Figo Maduro

Opening hours:00:00 - 23:59

During COVID-19: On arrival please call the number on your voucher or product terms for pick up (00351 961 437 790).The location is located outside the terminal and you will be met by a car rental agent at the meeting point. The agent will carry a sign so please pay attention to the logo of the car rental company which is mentioned on your voucher. If nobody is waiting for you at the meeting point, please contact the car rental location. The telephone number is available on your voucher or reservation confirmation email.
Dropoff

Lissabon (Off Airport) - Telephone +351 219 405350 / +351 961437790

Rua Martires de Timor, Armazem A, off airport, Quinta do Figo Maduro

Opening hours:00:00 - 23:59

During COVID-19: On arrival please call the number on your voucher or product terms for pick up (00351 961 437 790).The location is located outside the terminal and you will be met by a car rental agent at the meeting point. The agent will carry a sign so please pay attention to the logo of the car rental company which is mentioned on your voucher. If nobody is waiting for you at the meeting point, please contact the car rental location. The telephone number is available on your voucher or reservation confirmation email.
26 Feb
1.

Lisbon

Stop
About the city:Lisbon is known as the city of seven hills due to its location, the city spreads across steep hillsides that overlook the Rio Tajo. Romantic and cosmopolitan, the city presents its typical red roofs to the visitors that want to get to know its every inch. Lisbon surprises with its natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere. The Portuguese capital offers lots of museums, libraries, a huge port, churches and palaces and stunning views of the Rio Tajo Lisbon was considered a poor and chaotic city. Currently it has experienced a resurgence in the style of the XIV and XV centuries, when it was part of that vast empire stretching from Brazil to India. The reason for this was the World Expo held in 1998, a new bridge over the Tagus was built and the network of underground of the city was remodeled. The resurgence of the city then continued to host several matches during Euro in 2004, also held there the Delivery Music Awards (MTV) in 2005. Many of its most beautiful buildings date from the XIV and XV centuries, especially the ones located in the Belem district. There are also many buildings from the XVIII century, which are located mostly in the Baixa area of central Lisbon and were reconstructed almost completely after a devastating earthquake that hit the town in 1755. The historic center of the city, standing on Las Siete Colinas, presents steep streets and picturesque alleys. On the west side of the city, there is Monsanto Forest Park, Lisbon’s lung, with an area of 10 km and one of the largest in Europe. The capital’s majestic port has 3 docks commonly used for several cruises and it is, currently, the busiest port in the European Atlantic coast. Lisbon is a city with centuries of history and with an ambitious attitude, marrying the historic with the modern, the traditional with the cutting edge. Strolling through the old quarters one can hear the traditional Fado sung and played in small restaurants in town. In the hilltop district of Bairro Alto, dozens of restaurants and bars line the narrow streets, with jazz, reggae, electronica filling the air and revelers partying until dawn. Nightclubs scattered all over town make fine use of old spaces, whether on riverside docks or tucked away in 18th-century mansions. Lisbon presents itself to the world as a cosmopolitan and lively city, with alternative for every taste, especially in the summer months when its many bars, terraces and restaurants are crammed with people.
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26 Feb

Car journey

196 Kilometers - 1h 53m
Lisbon
Castro Verde
26 Feb
2.

Castro Verde

Stop
About the city:Castro Verde is a Portuguese town belonging to the District of Beja, Alentejo region and intermunicipal community of the Lower Alentejo, with about 4,800 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 567.31 km² of area and 7 603 inhabitants (2001), subdivided into 5 parishes. The municipality limits to the north with the municipalities of Aljustrel and Beja, to the east with Mértola, to the south with Almodôvar and to the west with Ourique.
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26 Feb

Car journey

43 Kilometers - 40m
Castro Verde
Mertola
26 Feb
3.

Mertola

Stay
About the city:The town of Mértola, on the banks of the Guadiana River, is one of the most welcoming of Alentejo. Visitors find in Mértola, a small village of white houses dotted illuminating the rugged landscape around it. For more than 500 years Christians and Arabs lived together in this place so it is not surprising that it is, today, one of the Arab Lusa places throughout the region. Although the Muslim heritage is dominant in Mértola, not in vain is remembered each year in the Islamic Festival Mértola and its gastronomy, for this Portuguese town of steep streets also passed the Phoenicians, Romans and Visigoths.
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27 Feb

Car journey

54 Kilometers - 48m
Mertola
Beja 
27 Feb
4.

Beja 

Stop
About the city:The Beja District is located in southern Portugal. The district capital is the city of Beja. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Ovibeja. • Ruralbeja. • Casa das Artes - Jorge Vieira Museum. • Botanic Museum. • Queen D.Leonor Regional Museum • Beja Castle • Roman Villa of Pisões • Teatro Municipal Theatre - Pax Julia • Santo Amaro Church • Bullfight Square
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27 Feb

Car journey

80 Kilometers - 1h 4m
Beja 
Evora
27 Feb
5.

Evora

Stop
About the city:The medieval university town of Evora rises proudly from an endless plain punctuated by tough cork and olive trees. Coveted by a succession of empires, its labyrinthine streets shelter everything from Roman temple to a Renaissance palace. But above all, Evora stands as Portugal’s foremost medieval showpiece, with beautifully preserved, colourful tile facades on ancient whitewashed walls. All tucked away in a tangle of winding streets and topped off by balconies hung with potted plants and caged canaries. You won’t need long to understand why Evora is dubbed “the museum city”. From Praça do Giraldo walk down through the charming tiled houses, to the colossal 12th century Sé, the cathedral. Inside the entrance to the right are beautiful cloisters. From here you can climb the ramparts for an excellent view of the city. Next door is the Museu d’Evora, housed in an old bishop’s palace. Across the museum is Evora’s most famous monument, the 2nd century Roman Temple of Diana. Facing the temple is the church of São João Evangelista, the town’s best concealed treasure. One of Portugal’s most beautifully preserved medieval towns, Evora is an enchanting place to delve into the past. If you have time to visit only a few places in Portugal, make Evora one of them.
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27 Feb

Car journey

0 Kilometers - 0m
Evora
Evora
27 Feb
6.

Evora

Stay
About the city:The medieval university town of Evora rises proudly from an endless plain punctuated by tough cork and olive trees. Coveted by a succession of empires, its labyrinthine streets shelter everything from Roman temple to a Renaissance palace. But above all, Evora stands as Portugal’s foremost medieval showpiece, with beautifully preserved, colourful tile facades on ancient whitewashed walls. All tucked away in a tangle of winding streets and topped off by balconies hung with potted plants and caged canaries. You won’t need long to understand why Evora is dubbed “the museum city”. From Praça do Giraldo walk down through the charming tiled houses, to the colossal 12th century Sé, the cathedral. Inside the entrance to the right are beautiful cloisters. From here you can climb the ramparts for an excellent view of the city. Next door is the Museu d’Evora, housed in an old bishop’s palace. Across the museum is Evora’s most famous monument, the 2nd century Roman Temple of Diana. Facing the temple is the church of São João Evangelista, the town’s best concealed treasure. One of Portugal’s most beautifully preserved medieval towns, Evora is an enchanting place to delve into the past. If you have time to visit only a few places in Portugal, make Evora one of them.
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28 Feb

Car journey

61 Kilometers - 40m
Evora
Vila Viciosa
28 Feb
7.

Vila Viciosa

Stop
About the city:Vila Viçosa (sometimes referred to in Spanish as "Villa Viciosa" 1) is a Portuguese town, in the District of Évora, Alentejo region and inter-municipal community of Alentejo Central, with about 5400 inhabitants.
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28 Feb

Car journey

100 Kilometers - 1h 21m
Vila Viciosa
Castelo de Vide
28 Feb
8.

Castelo de Vide

Stop
About the city:Castelo de Vide is a Portuguese village in the District of Portalegre, Alentejo region and intermunicipal community of Alto Alentejo, with about 3800 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 264.83 km² of area and 3872 inhabitants (2001), subdivided into 4 parishes. The municipality limits to the northeast with Spain, to the west with the municipality of Marvão, to the south with Portalegre, to the southwest with Crato and to the west and northwest with Nisa.
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28 Feb

Car journey

254 Kilometers - 2h 38m
Castelo de Vide
Vila Nova de Foz Coa
28 Feb
9.

Vila Nova de Foz Coa

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About the city:Vila Nova de Foz Côa is a Portuguese city, belonging to the district of Guarda, North Region and inter-municipal community of Douro, with about 3 300 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 395.88 km² of area and 8 494 inhabitants (2001), subdivided into 17 parishes. The municipality is bounded on the north by Carrazeda de Ansiães and Torre de Moncorvo, on the northeast by Freixo de Espada à Cinta, on the southeast by Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo and Pinhel, on the south by Mêda and on the west by Penedono and São João da Pesqueira.
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01 Mar

Car journey

122 Kilometers - 1h 57m
Vila Nova de Foz Coa
Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela
01 Mar
10.

Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela

NATURE - Stop
01 Mar

Car journey

118 Kilometers - 1h 57m
Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela
Coimbra
01 Mar
11.

Coimbra

Stay
About the city:Coimbra is a town of steep, tiered streets winding above the River Mondego. No city in Portugal, except Lisbon, can compare with this university town in cultural and historical importance. Founded in 1290, the university has long been Portugal’s foremost centre of learning. If you can, come during the Queima das Fitas in early May, a raucous weeklong celebration featuring live music every night. Climb the stairs under the Moorish Arco de Almedina into the upper district of the city and the Old University, with its museum, chapel and library. A few steps outside the historic centre there is the city’s cosmopolitan side, a modernized waterfront with riverside restaurants, chic terrace bars and trendy shops. This charming town, full of Portuguese culture, is set amid a splendid old town of historic churches and medieval alleyways, with the buzz of student life all around.
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02 Mar

Car journey

137 Kilometers - 1h 24m
Coimbra
Santarem
02 Mar
12.

Santarem

Stay
About the city:Since prehistory, the region of Santarém has been inhabited, first by the Lusitani people, and then by the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Moors and later Portuguese Christians. Of the various legends related to the foundation of Santarém, the most famous tells of the Visigoth Saint Iria (or Irene), who was martyred in Tomar (Nabantia) and whose uncorrupted body reached Santarém. In her honour, the name of the town (then known by its Latin name Scalabis) would later be changed to Sancta Irene, from which Santarém would eventually be derived. Santarém has a picturesque city centre with several monuments, including the largest and most varied ensemble of gothic churches in Portugal. These include fine examples of transitional Romanesque–Gothic, mendicant (plain style derived from the mendicant orders) and late (flamboyant) Gothic. In addition, the city has nice examples of Manueline, Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque architecture. It is known as the capital of Portuguese Gothic Santarém Cathedral, located to the right of the Tagus River. Church of Santa Maria, on the outskirts of the city. Endless walls of churches and palaces gothic especially because this is candiadata to world heritage
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03 Mar

Car journey

81 Kilometers - 56m
Santarem
Lisbon
03 Mar
13.

Lisbon

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About the city:Lisbon is known as the city of seven hills due to its location, the city spreads across steep hillsides that overlook the Rio Tajo. Romantic and cosmopolitan, the city presents its typical red roofs to the visitors that want to get to know its every inch. Lisbon surprises with its natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere. The Portuguese capital offers lots of museums, libraries, a huge port, churches and palaces and stunning views of the Rio Tajo Lisbon was considered a poor and chaotic city. Currently it has experienced a resurgence in the style of the XIV and XV centuries, when it was part of that vast empire stretching from Brazil to India. The reason for this was the World Expo held in 1998, a new bridge over the Tagus was built and the network of underground of the city was remodeled. The resurgence of the city then continued to host several matches during Euro in 2004, also held there the Delivery Music Awards (MTV) in 2005. Many of its most beautiful buildings date from the XIV and XV centuries, especially the ones located in the Belem district. There are also many buildings from the XVIII century, which are located mostly in the Baixa area of central Lisbon and were reconstructed almost completely after a devastating earthquake that hit the town in 1755. The historic center of the city, standing on Las Siete Colinas, presents steep streets and picturesque alleys. On the west side of the city, there is Monsanto Forest Park, Lisbon’s lung, with an area of 10 km and one of the largest in Europe. The capital’s majestic port has 3 docks commonly used for several cruises and it is, currently, the busiest port in the European Atlantic coast. Lisbon is a city with centuries of history and with an ambitious attitude, marrying the historic with the modern, the traditional with the cutting edge. Strolling through the old quarters one can hear the traditional Fado sung and played in small restaurants in town. In the hilltop district of Bairro Alto, dozens of restaurants and bars line the narrow streets, with jazz, reggae, electronica filling the air and revelers partying until dawn. Nightclubs scattered all over town make fine use of old spaces, whether on riverside docks or tucked away in 18th-century mansions. Lisbon presents itself to the world as a cosmopolitan and lively city, with alternative for every taste, especially in the summer months when its many bars, terraces and restaurants are crammed with people.
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