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Forget Paris and London, nowadays Lisbon is THE city you have to visit. Indeed Lisbon has it all : 3000 hours of sunshine a year; streets full of fantasy, romance and dynamism; a vast and delicious cuisine; a rich history and culture; monuments, beautiful views; not to mention its incredible and cheap nightlife

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GRANADA: c/ Neptuno (in front of Foster Hollywood) at 01:00.

JAEN: Corte Inglés (c/ Virgen de la Cabeza) at 02:15.

MALAGA: Teatinos (faculty of Law) 23:15 (Thursday night)

ALMERIA: Colegio la Salle 23:00 (Thursday night)


Departure from Lisbon at around 17:30, arrival in the respective cities at night.

*The schedule may be subject to change, we confirm by email

It includes :

» Private bus roundtrip
» Informative dossier
» 2 nights in hostal with breakfast included 
» Guided Tours
» Visit of Belém with its famous Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery
» Visit of Cabo Da Roca
» Visit of SINTRA with its famous Pena Palace and Quinta da Regaleira
» Night activities 
» Staff during the whole trip
» Pictures during the whole trip

Monuments Pack*:

Price: 25€ 

» Visit of the wonderful São Jorge Castle
» Entrance to Pena Palace 
» Entrance to Quinta da Regaleira 

*The monuments pack is subject to change, depending on the current regulations for monuments in Portugal due to COVID-19. We will inform all participants about the current monuments pack a few days before the trip.

Supplement for private room (double or triple):

If you would like to sleep in a private hotel room, you can book it here (subject to availability)



There are many reasons to visit Lisbon and even more to return. From the arrival to the city by the "Bridge on April 25" until the end of our stay the city won’t cease to amaze you!

Lisbon not only is the capital city of Portugal, with over 800 000 citizens, but it is also the westernmost capital in Europe. In Lisbon each neighborhood has its own charm and none resembles the other! Actually, from the recent “ Torre Vasco de Gama” to the famous “Torre de Belem”, Lisbon seems to have the power to transcend ages, with a special harmony! In this wonderful city, famous for its cobblestone floors that adorn each of its streets, you can feel the friendly atmosphere and walking in these streets is a truly enjoyable experience.

Called the city of seven hills, Lisbon has a unique topography allowing many viewpoints over the city. For instance, the view of the sunset over the city from the "Castelo de São Jorge" offers an indescribable show, which one never tires of seeing!

At barely 30 minutes from Lisbon lies the wonderful town of Sintra, a place little known compared to Lisbon, Porto or Algarve but it quickly becomes a favorite for many tourists. And it’s not for nothing, Sintra enjoys a natural environment and an impressive amount of historical and cultural richness. Palaces, mansions, castles, ... So much wealth in such a small town leaves no one indifferent!

A walk through the district of Belem is also a mandatory visit as it offers another face of Lisbon. The district reflects the era of the sailing discoveries and the maritime power of Portugal. In fact, it is from there that the caravels of the navigator Vasco da Gama left to discover the sea route to India. Moreover, do not leave the district without tasting the famous and tasty "Pasteles de Belem" which recipe is kept more secret than the one of Coca-Cola.

Finally, you can not leave Lisbon without chilling at night in “Bairro Alto”, THE party district in Lisbon. In this district, there are no monuments to see, only bars and restaurants. But once the sun is down, its vibe and the way to enjoy it is unique and there is no better place to party, dance the Fado and enjoy the cheap typical nightlife in Lisbon! Moreover, the Bairro Alto is a fantastic place to get to know people in Lisbon.

Don’t miss one of the oldest cities in the world and the oldest in Western Europe.

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