Merida and Alentejo Private Full Day Sightseeing Tour from Lisbon
"The starting point of this tour are the beautiful Alentejo plains that will take you to the magnificent castles of Estremoz and Elvas with visit of the historical center the Sé cathedral not forgetting the amazing aqueduct (considered the biggest in Iberia Peninsula). The next stop is in our neighbor Spain in the city of Mérida. Time travel to the Roman Empire were we can see beautiful monuments
"This is a journey to the centre of Madeira Island where dramatic cloud-topped mountains descend to verdant valleys in a most spectacular way.After boarding the minibus in the centre of Lido first make your way up to Eira do Serrado where you'll find one of the most exclusive and beautiful views not to mention a great ""green"" location unlike any other in Madeira.The journey down to the Nuns Valley (Curral da Freiras) village takes approximately 20 minutes where guests will enjoy the countryside forest brushes mixed with populated areas with quaint houses typical of the Madeiran society.Once the tour reaches Nuns Valley you will immediately see a small village nestling between almost perpendicular mountains in the heart of the island.The huge cauldron in which Nuns Valley is sitting was either formed by erosion which is the more recent theory or as many still believe
"This tour starts at Pico dos Barcelos a beautiful viewpoint with 355 meters in height that looks over the bay and city of Funchal. The next stop on the tour is Nuns Valley a unique location on the island because of its isolation by the cliffs that surround the center of the valley. Here you can find a beautiful viewpoint called Eira do Serrado at 1095 meters in height. We now go in the direction of Cabo Girão situated on the highest promontory in Europe at 580 meters famous for its suspended glass platform. The tour ends with a visit to Câmara de Lobos
Facing and overlooking Portalegre there's a mount with a cross in its top, with the best views of the area. On its slope, and easily accessible, there's a chapel from the 17th century that... I don't...