Cruise to Barca d’Alva, where you will visit Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo and visit its castle ruins.
Bask in the splendour of Porto's Palácio da Bolsa as you witness a private Fado performance with a cocktail in hand.
Head for the mountain town of Sintra to visit its whimsical hilltop castle, Pena National Palace.
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Set off to see the sights of Lisbon by riding the city’s tramcars and visiting the Old Town. Pay a visit to the World Heritage-listed Jeronimos Monastery, a symbol of Portugal’s power and wealth during the Age of Discovery. Built in 1502 by King Manuel I, the monastery commemorates Vasco da Gama’s voyage to India. Tonight, join your fellow travellers to share a welcome dinner.Daily :
As soon as you get your first glimpse of Serra de Sintra, prepare to gasp. Mountains roll from every direction, and every peak is as memorable as the last. Visit King Ferdinand II’s ingenious Park and Palace of Pena, before having free time to explore Sintra. Take the chance to have lunch at your leisure, then be guided by the sea breeze as you return to Lisbon via the coastal route. Since it’s your final night here, you might like to try one of the local restaurants for dinner.Daily :
Travel through Portugal’s countryside then discover the medieval city of Coimbra, home to the country’s most famous university. After a spot of sightseeing and free time for lunch, make your way to Porto. Board your river ship together and settle in with a welcome dinner. Your river ship has the best vantage point to see the sights as you embark on an illuminations cruise around Porto.
Stay: Seven Nights, the MS AmaVidaDaily :
Tonight you’ll head to the Palácio da Bolsa for a cocktail reception, followed by a traditional Fado performance in the Arabian Hall.
Explore Porto’s iconic 16th century Old Town and take a cable car ride before sampling a few selections of port. Alternatively, head to Matosinhos and pop in at a traditional restaurant for a cooking demonstration, or set off on foot for a walking tour through the medieval streets and the old harbour quarter of Ribeira.
Today gives you the chance to do what strikes your fancy the most.Daily :
This morning we’ve lined up an excursion for you to Guimaraes. The evolution of medieval settlement is on show here, and you will learn all about it with a tour. Back on board, cruise through the Douro Valley on your way to Entre-Os-Rios. When you arrive, take the chance to visit Quinta da Avelada, a family business that has been producing wine in the Douro region since the 1870s. Explore their gardens, and tie off the day with a sampling of wine and cheese.Daily :
Cruising to Regua this morning, take some time to soak up the sun. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll visit the Douro Museum which provides an incredible insight into the culture of the Douro Valley wine region.Daily :
On a tour of Lamego, you’ll visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Remedies and sample a local speciality, bola de Lamego. Smoked ham, home-baked bread, and gooey cheese – how could you go wrong? Otherwise, you might visit Quinta da Pacheca for a picnic with views over the Douro River and Régua.
The choice is yours when it comes to the sightseeing on offer today. Afterwards, kick back on board and continue cruising to Pinhao.Daily :
Visit Quinta da Roêda, an authentic vineyard where you will savour a traditional lunch, followed by a port tasting.
Take a trip to Palacio de Mateus near the city of Vila Real. Portuguese architect Nicolau Nasoni played a pivotal role in the palace’s construction in the 18th century. It is also well known courtesy of the bottles of Mateus rose wine that feature the palace on its label.Daily :
On a tour of the town of Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, you’ll stop to visit the castle ruins. Back on board, enjoy a Captain’s Farewell Dinner. Your thoughts will be fixed on Spain during your final night on board.Daily :
In Barca d’Alva you’ll disembark your ship and say goodbye to life on board. Hit the road and travel to the ancient city of Salamanca for a tour. You’ll see the University of Salamanca and the House of Shells before continuing to your hotel in Madrid. Tonight is yours to spend as you please.
Stay: Three Nights, Madrid, Gran Melia FenixDaily :
Enjoy the chance to tour Spain’s capital before a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.Daily :
Maybe you’d like to learn all about the traditional flavours of delectable Spanish cuisine on a culinary tour. Or, take a look at the displays of Spanish art at the Prado Museum, including works from Italian and Flemish artists such as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens, and Bosch. Of course, if you’re more of a sports fan, you might prefer a visit to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home to the Real Madrid Football Club.
Choose how you want to spend your time in Madrid today.Daily :
Be transferred to the airport.Daily :
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