City trek: walking in Lisbon
    • Portugal - Mainland Portugal
    • 4 days
    • Walking
    • Self-guided
      • From January to December
    • 2 - 20 travellers
      • Comfort
      • Charming
      • Trip code : K1101

City trek: walking in Lisbon - trip info

  • PASSEPORT & ADMINISTRATIVE DOCUMENTS
    . EU members: valid passport or identity card
    . British passport holders : for further Brexit Travel advice please check here 
    . Other nationalities: consult the Portuguese consulate/Embassy of your country of origin.
    . We advise you to also bring a photocopy of your original documents and keep them with you during your trip separate to the original ones.

  • HEALTH INFORMATION
    No vaccine is required, but it is recommended to be up to date with all universal vaccinations: diphtheria, tetanus, polio.
    . Other risks: If, as in all European countries, the traveller is not exposed to "exotic" health risks, the behavioural or environmental risks may be the same as elsewhere.
    . Practical info: Health infrastructure is, of course, satisfactory everywhere, but the cost of care in some private facilities requires checking all the clauses of the insurance contract before departure. 

    IMPORTANT COVID19 
    . It is your responsibility to also check with the competent authorities in your country of residence what the rules are for leaving and returning home : 
    . Portugal - Travel info here
    . UK - Travel info PRO here  + Travel advice here  + here  + here
    . USA - Travel advisories here
    . Canada - Official Global Travel Advisories here
    . Autralia – Travel advice here

  • INSURANCE
    . As you are travelling abroad, it is your responsibility to have an adequate valid travel insurance
    . Bring a copy of it, and please forward us all information (company name, contract number, and international 7/7 assistance contact)

  • WEATHER

    Continental Portugal has a climate with Atlantic and Mediterranean influences.
    The coast is always more temperate, subjected to the oceanic mildness while the climate becomes drier when you go inland. The North of Portugal is much more rainy and cold in winter while the Algarve in the south enjoys a very mild microclimate. The summer is hot in Portugal, so we advice to stay on the coast during this period.
    - Spring : all regions are pleasant at this period, with the explosion of flowering and an extraordinary light.
    - Summer : Warm and dry inland, we recommend the tours on the coastline, more temperate and ideal for wonderful swimming.
    - Autumn : The beginning of autumn is very pleasant from North to South. After the rains at the end of October and beginning of November, the southern part (from Lisbon to the Algarve) benefits from the "little summer of Saint Martin" also called the 2nd spring. It is a very beautiful period, with great light and the first oranges.
    - Winter : The Algarve benefits from an exceptional micro-climate. The almond trees in bloom from January give a particularly pleasant touch to the region. From December to early March it benefits from exceptional light.
    . We recommend the weather websites: https://www.climatestotravel.com/climate/portugal

  • ELECTRICITY
    . Voltage: 220V. We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items on:http://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/

  • MOBILE PHONE & INTERNET
    . Contact your operator before leaving and check if you will be able to use your mobile phone abroad. 
    . A good option is to buy a “country Sim card” in a phone shop, to get on the local network ( local phone numbers and internet access )

  • MONEY MATTERS – TIPPING – CLOSING TIME 
    .  Portugal is part of the €uros zone.
    . ATM are available all over the island and card is accepted in most shops and hotels.
    . Tipping is not included in the restaurants / bars. Tipping is entirely voluntary and should be dependent on good service.
    . Shops are open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. On Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Some shopping malls are open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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City trek: walking in Lisbon
      • Portugal - Mainland Portugal
      • 2 adults (2x300€)
      • 0 children (0x300€)
    • 4 days
    • Comfort
Total 600€
Deposit 180€