Obtenha o melhor dos dois mundos nesta combinação de turismo de Lisboa e Fátima. De manhã, explore a capital de Portugal da forma mais imersiva e conveniente possível, a pé, percorrendo o bairro de Alfama e a Torre de Belém com o seu guia experiente. Veja o Monumento às Descobertas, uma homenagem aos exploradores de Portugal, o Mosteiro dos Jerônimos, tombado como Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO, e o Museu dos Coches. De tarde, dirija-se à aldeia católica de Fátima, onde irá aprender sobre o Santuário de Nossa Senhora de Fátima Santuário. Aproveite o tempo livre para continuar a explorar sozinho ou participar de um serviço de massa na igreja. Esta é uma ótima maneira de ver dois dos principais destinos de Portugal em uma viagem, tudo isso economizando alguns dólares.
O passeio até Fátima é muito bom, em ônibus confortável. A parte do city tour eu não fiz, visto que no site havia informação que me pegariam no hotel onde eu estava hospedada e fiquei esperando. Uma hora após o horário marcado e sem ninguém aparecer, liguei no número que informava no meu voucher e eles me avisaram que não cobriam o meu hotel, por esse motivo, perdi o city tour, só conseguindo fazer a segunda parte, que era o passeio para Fátima. Tive que aguardar o pessoal na frente de outro hotel.
Tour was very informative overall. I wish we could have spent a little bit longer in Alfama. The tour to the Museum of Carriages was interesting but too long- That is something I can do on my own. The Fatima tour got cancelled in the afternoon as I was the only passenger however I was given a free 48hr hop on hop off bus ticket and the option to do the Fatima half day tour the next day. Enjoyed the half day Fatima tour. Could have used an extra 2 hours but not a whole day.
The morning tour was great going to various places in Lisbon such as the Belem district - the tower, the Monument of the Discoveries, and the Jeronimos Monastery which was very crowded. We were taken to a place in the Alfama District for a glass of port wine. Since the Coach Museum was closed, we went through the National Palace. Our tour guide spoke three different languages Portuguese, English, and German throughout the tour and had a great sense of humor. We had a nice afternoon in Fatima and were able to attend a mass which was outdoors so everyone could see it and participate if you wanted. There was a tiny museum there as well. The reason for the 4 out of 5 was because there was so much to see in the morning/early afternoon that it only left about 45 minutes to find a place to eat and be back at the bus for the afternoon tour. We checked out a couple of restaurants about a 5 minute walk from the meeting place, but felt that we wouldn't have time to eat there. Fortunately, there was a Burger King right there. Otherwise, this was a good way to get an bird's eyeview of Lisbon.
Guide was knowledgeable and helpful; also had a sense of humor.
We touched on the highlights but would have enjoyed more sights. Lisbon is a city with an old world charm. Architecture is preserved, people are friendly, would definitely recommend Lisbon as a city to see and probably do another tour using the tram.
We wanted to go to Fatima and the trip was worthwhile. However, the tour was scheduled at 2PM but should have started earlier since in November, the day is shorter.
The location of the tour office was far from our hotel but there was hotel pick up and drop off which was a plus. Since the departure point was at the top of the Pombal Square, the tourist kiosk nor the bus had no access to restrooms which could be an inconvenience (the travel time to the site was about an hour).
Other than these, my husband and I enjoyed the tour, would recommend it.
Tour guide was great I had her earlier in the day for another tour. She spoke 4 different languages all day so kudos to her! If religion is your thing this is a must do. Long bus ride but a pretty drive and they keep you informed along the way, or you can take a little siesta :)