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Lisbon and Porto by Air
Lisbon and Porto by Air

6 nights from $519*

57 Customer Reviews

Adventure awaits you with this customizable package that lets you explore and experience Portugal. Enjoy Lisbon (the dazzling capital with an ancient fortress at its heart, charming neighborhoods with local culture and festivals, nightlife along the Tagus riverbank and delectable food) and after that, catch a flight to Porto (the former residence of the Royal Family, medieval cathedrals, concert halls, a national library and museums with breathtaking art treasures). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Included:
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon
  • Flight from Lisbon to Porto
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Porto
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Other Portugal Vacation Packages

  • Lisbon and Albufeira (Self Drive)
  • Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto with Fatima and Tomar
  • Lisbon - Faro and Madeira Island
    Lisbon - Faro and Madeira Island

    9 nights from $999*

    1 Customer Review
  • Lisbon - Cascais - Sintra (Self Drive)

Portugal Suggested Vacation Packages

  • Lisbon and Porto by Train

    Lisbon and Porto by Train

    6 nights from $549*

  • Lisbon and The Azores by Air

    Lisbon and The Azores by Air

    11 nights from $1,019*

  • Lisbon and Madrid by Air

    Lisbon and Madrid by Air

    6 nights from $579*

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

1,749 Reviews

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Best Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto by Train Package

Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto by Train
Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto by Train

8 nights from $519*

57 Customer Reviews

An inspiring combination of favorite cities across northern Portugal train!. Begin your vacation adventure in Lisbon (the charming capital on the banks of the Tagus River); continue to Coimbra (the educational center of the country), admiring the dreamy scenery. Lastly, visit fabulous Porto (the former residence of the Royal family, famous wines, and home of art treasures and medieval cathedrals). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Included:
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon
  • Train from Lisbon to Coimbre
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra
  • Train from Coimbra to Porto
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Porto
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  • Portugal is well-known for so many things. Perhaps the first things that come to mind when you think of Portugal are food and wine, and the country`s beautiful beaches. Portugal is world-renowned for its cuisine, ranging from seafood along the coasts to suckling pig in the interior. It is similarly renowned for its wines, such as port wine from Porto and the Douro Valley; the green wines of Minho; red wines from the Alentejo; and of course the legendary port of far-flung Madeira Island. Then there are the beaches, of which Portugal has 515 miles of them. The Algarve, the Estoril Coast, and the Silver Coast are particularly famed for their beaches, water sports, and surfing.

    Portugal is also well-known throughout the world for its rich artistic tapestry, which is vividly evident in the country`s varied architectural styles; its music, such as the haunting fado ballad style; and its long tradition of the visual arts, which can be seen in such internationally-famous venues like the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. History meets art in the beautiful historic villages of Portugal, many of which are known for their delicately-painted azulejo tile manufacturing. Last, but certainly not least, Portugal knows how to party, whether you`re looking for a live music venue, an upscale nightclub experience, or a series of friendly watering holes. You will find great nightlife in all of the country`s major cities, but the largest nightclubs with internationally-known DJs and entertainment are located in Lisbon and the Algarve.

  • The best place to start any Portugal vacation would be the epicenter of the country, the capital, Lisbon, a majestic city that sits at the mouth of the Tagus River. The surrounding area, like the ritzy coastal community of Cascais and the historic town of Sintra, can easily be seen in day trips. We also highly recommend Porto, the country`s second-largest city and a great place to explore in its own right before going out to explore the towns and villages of North Portugal, many of which are located in the fertile Douro River Valley, known for its wines.

    One of the most popular tourist regions in the country is the Algarve, with beautiful sandy beaches and the warmest temperatures in the country (enjoying 300 days of sunshine each year). You will most likely spend some time in one or both of the region`s two largest cities, Faro and Albufeira, before exploring the smaller towns and cities. Also recommended is Central Portugal, home to the charming Alentejo region which exudes small-village charm on the country`s `old frontier`. Away from the mainland, the verdant landscapes of picture-perfect Madeira Island and the Azores are popular with travelers who can spare extra days for an island getaway.

  • Portugal is a country of natural beauty and its splendor can be experienced year-round. The best times to visit, however, are the months of March, April and May, as well as October. Cities such as Lisbon and Porto will have thawed from the winter cold by March, and October is a month with refreshingly cool weather and fewer crowds. The high season in Portugal is the summertime, in particular the month of August, in which the Portuguese are also on vacation, adding to the throngs of tourists in cities and beach towns. Keep in mind that if you want to go swimming in Portugal away from the beaches -- at public pools, for example -- note that they are usually open only in season, meaning the months of June through September.

    Winter days can be rainy in much of the country, and snow is known to fall in the central and northern reaches of the country, in particular the mountains of the Serra da Estrela. The rainy season passes by February and spring begins in earnest at this time for much of the country. Summer temperatures are warm and high temperatures average between 85 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer and autumn are both dry, with the first seasonal rains typically arriving in November. The Algarve boasts warm temperatures year-round, as do Madeira and the Azores. For more information, check out: Best Time to Visit Portugal.

  • We recommend 7-10 days based on what you want to see and do. We offer flexible vacation packages so you can select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities. We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in larger cities.

  • Whatever your pleasure, transportation in Portugal is modern, easy to navigate and fits a variety of budget ranges. The best way to travel in Portugal ultimately depends on your goals: Do you want to travel by train in Portugal, or maybe you want to visit as many towns as possible or exploring the tiny villages dotted throughout the country; if so, driving may be the way to go.

    By Car: A car is great for people wanting to see large portions of Portugal at your own pace, such as the Algarve, the Alentejo, and the Costa Verde, just to name a few. If you are hopping from city to city via train or air, having a car is not necessary in Portugal, as traffic can be congested in larger cities and parking can be at a premium. Keep in mind as well that many cities have closed off historic centers to cars, and you can easily be ticketed if you do not follow the myriad rules involving automobile access in these inner cities, so be sure to ask your car rental representative when picking up your car if there are any car-free zones you need to be aware of while on your trip. For more information on getting around by car, check out: Driving in Portugal.

    By Train: Train travel in Portugal is efficient; trains are run by the government-funded Comboios de Portugal (CP). CP train lines link all major cities in Portugal, and reach every region, although it may be harder to take the train for your entire visit if you are visiting smaller towns in the Alentejo and in northern Portugal. International trains also link Lisbon and Faro with Badajoz, Seville, and Madrid in Spain. In addition, there are subway systems in Lisbon and Porto, and heritage trams in those cities, as well in as a few others across the country.

  • The currency of Portugal is the Euro. US dollars are not accepted. Please be sure to have the correct currency on hand or be prepared to exchange your dollars for euros upon arrival. Currency exchange desks can be found at the airport and many locations throughout the country. For more detailed information, consult our guide by clicking here Tipping in Portugal.

  • It is more common to find English speakers in Portugal than it is in other southern European countries. A recent European Union language survey found that 32% of Portuguese people over the age of 18 can speak English on a conversational level or better. With that said, you may encounter some difficulty finding an English speaker away from tourist areas such as hotels, museums, and the local airport. It is recommended to brush up on basic Portuguese phrases before arriving, like basic pleasantries and numbers from 1 to 10. To ask someone if they speak English, say `Fala inglés?`

    NOTE: Do not speak in Spanish to a Portuguese person, thinking they will understand you when you do so. Responses will range from stunned silence to outright hostility; the Portuguese people are proud of their culture and heritage, and such an act will cause nearly everyone to take personal offense. On another note, the vocabulary and pronunciation in Portuguese differs from Spanish more than you may realize.

  • Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto by Train (8 nights)

    Portugal Vacations. Best Portugal Vacation Packages. Flexible trips, book customizable multi-city vacations in Portugal. Travel to Portugal beaches. You can go to Madeira Island, Portuguese Wine Regions, Azores Islands. Visit Historic Towns of Portugal, UNESCO Sites of Portugal, Algarve. The best cities in Portugal: Lisbon, Porto, Coimbra.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon, Train from Lisbon to Coimbre, Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra, Train from Coimbra to Porto, Hotel for 3 nights in Porto

  • Lisbon and Albufeira (Self Drive) (6 nights)

    See two of Portugal's iconic destinations with a Rental Car!. Combine visits to beautiful Lisbon (set on seven hills, visually striking, laid back and friendly with ancient charm) and Albufeira (located in the popular Algarve Region, known as the Garden of Portugal with endless sunshine and quaint fishing villages).

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon, Train from Lisbon to Coimbre, Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra, Train from Coimbra to Porto, Hotel for 3 nights in Porto


    Lisbon - Coimbra - Porto with Fatima and Tomar (8 nights)

    An exciting vacation awaits you through Portugal, full of history and passion!. Visit Lisbon (the capital of Portugal; full of medieval charm and modern sensibilities) then, take a transfer to the famous university town of Coimbra; with a stop at the religious pilgrimage site of Fatima and, the early home to the Knights Templar in Tomar. After that. visit Porto (the former residence of the Royal Family, medieval cathedrals, concert halls, a national library and museums with breathtaking art treasures) with a stop in Bucaco National Park.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon, Train from Lisbon to Coimbre, Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra, Train from Coimbra to Porto, Hotel for 3 nights in Porto


    Lisbon - Faro and Madeira Island (9 nights)

    A unique adventure in Portugal; visiting Lisbon (the capital of Portugal with delicious food, medieval architecture, and soulful fado music); then, take a train to lovely Faro (the principal city of the Algarve region; sunshine and beaches abound here alongside Roman ruins and medieval monuments) and finally, catch a flight to Funchal, -the capital city- of Madeira Island (situated between wide stretches of beach and imposing mountains, it is subdued by day and lively in the evening).

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon, Train from Lisbon to Coimbre, Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra, Train from Coimbra to Porto, Hotel for 3 nights in Porto


    Lisbon - Cascais - Sintra (Self Drive) (7 nights)

    The Lisbon Metropolitan Area is too beautiful to be ignored. In this totally customizable vacation package along Portugal you will see why. Begin in Lisbon (the capital of Portugal; set on the banks of the Tagus river with an ancient medieval fort at the heart of the city, charming neighborhoods with amazing food) then, continue to Cascais (a delightful old fishing village on the western edge of the sunny Estoril Coast and finally, visit picturesque Sintra (with historic buildings and stunning scenery). Return to Lisbon for an additional night before your flight out.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Lisbon, Train from Lisbon to Coimbre, Hotel for 2 nights in Coimbra, Train from Coimbra to Porto, Hotel for 3 nights in Porto


  • Yes, you can combine with: Spain

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