4 Nights Barcelona, 4 Nights Madrid & 5 Nights Lisbon (D722)

Your Monograms vacation package begins in Barcelona with guided sightseeing that includes a beautiful drive along the elegant Passeig de Gracia highlighting the captivating facades of Gaudi’s Casa Batllo and La Pedrera. Visit the extraordinary Basílica de la Sagrada Familia. See the Arc de Triomf and stop at Ciutadella Park to begin a walking tour through the medieval streets of the trendy El Born district, home to the Picasso Museum and Santa Maria del Mar church. Explore the Old Port area and Columbus Monument, arriving at magnificent Montjuic Hill with time for a photo stop at Miramar lookout point for breathtaking views of the city. After your wonderful time in Barcelona, board your high-speed train for first-class service to Madrid. Morning guided sightseeing features a visit to the palatial PRADO MUSEUM to admire one of the world’s finest collections of European art. You’ll travel by air to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Morning guided sightseeing features the Baixa city center, and a walk through the cobblestone alleys of Alfama, the ancient Moorish quarter. Drive to the historical seafaring district of Belém, and visit Jeronimos Monastery, the Belém Tower, and more spectacular sights. Enjoy plenty of free time with your Monograms Local Host on hand when you request guidance or assistance. Your independent vacation package in Spain and Portugal includes superior hotel accommodations and first-class transportation between cities.


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Insider Benefits

Monograms is all about connecting you to your destination with unmatched insider guidance and support to make travel a pleasure. With a team of local experts in each destination, your Monograms vacation includes local assistance and tips that only a local would know. In addition to an expertly-planned vacation with great hotels and included sightseeing, Monograms means you'll get the VIP treatment from a team of local insiders who help you put your signature on your vacation.

Arrival & Hotel Transfer

Monograms greets you like a VIP when you arrive at your destination then whisks you off to your hotel with a friendly Monograms operated transfer, complimentary for guests who have purchased their flights through Monograms.

Hotel Check-In

Once you arrive at your hotel, your own Monograms Local Host® is there to greet you, help you get checked in, and share lots of destination insights with you to get your vacation started.

Sightseeing

Get an insider's look at the must-see sights with the insight and knowledge of an expert Monograms Local Guide. Delight in the stares of regular tourists as they slide you past the line and right into the doorway with VIP access.

Free Time

Your Monograms Local Host® can provide tips and suggestions and even help you book activities & excursions to make the most of your time at your destination, helping you drink in the local culture in just your style.

Dining

What better restaurant recommendations can you find than from a local who knows? From haute cuisine to hidden cafes, from street food to Michelin Stars, your Local Host® can give you the inside scoop on finding your favorite fare.

MonogramsGO App

To help you feel even more comfortable in your destination, Monograms offers access to our MonogramsGO app where guests can check flight, hotel and transfer information and customize their trip with a host of local suggestions.

City Connections

When your vacation includes traveling from one city to another, we'll get you to your train or plane, stress free with door-to-gate service. Your local Monograms team awaits your arrival at your next destination.

Activities & Excursions

Monograms offers a range of amazing experiences you can add to your trip, vetted by our team and perfectly coordinated with your Monograms package. Add them before you leave or on trip with the help of your Local Host®.

Airport Departure

Parting is such sweet sorrow. When you've explored all that you can explore and it's time to head home, your Local Host® will ensure a smooth departure, on time and on point, stress-free.

Your Local Host

What is the Role of a Local Host?

Monograms provides travelers access to a Local Host®, so you will have someone on hand to answer those vacation questions pertaining to Barcelona. No waiting in line at the concierge desk or trying to ask your waitress at breakfast directions to the shopping district. Simply ask your Local Host about Barcelona and you'll be on your way in no time. Plus, your Local Host will share local Barcelona insights and share suggestions for getting off the beaten path, leaving you more time to create lasting vacation memories that are yours alone.

Local Host Recommendations

Meet One of Your Local Hosts

Francesca

Hello, my name is Francesca and I am a Monograms Local Host in Barcelona. I would like all Monograms visitors to enjoy this amazing city as much as possible; my goal is that they depart loving Barcelona as much as I do.

Day-By-Day 2020

With Monograms, we handle the details so you can focus on the sights, experience new cultures and new destinations. From arranging the right hotels and seamless transportation to providing your own Local Host® and included sightseeing, we've thought of-and included-everything you need in an all-in-one package.

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DAY
1
BARCELONA, SPAIN

25-Mar-2020

Bienvenido—welcome to sunny Spain! Your Local Host is on hand to help you create lasting memories in the enchanting capital of Catalonia.

No Excursions Available on this day

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DAY
2
BARCELONA

26-Mar-2020

Your morning guided sightseeing includes a drive along elegant Passeig de Gràcia to see the captivating façades of Gaudì’s Casa Batllò and La Pedrera. Pass through the central Eixample district to reach the extraordinary SAGRADA FAMILIA BASILICA. See the Arc de Triomf and stop at Ciutadella Park to begin a walking tour through the medieval streets of the trendy El Born district, home to the Picasso Museum and Santa Maria del Mar church. Your city discovery continues to the Old Port area and Columbus Monument, arriving at magnificent Montjuic Hill with time for a photo stop at Miramar lookout point for breathtaking views of the city.

Excursions Available:

Spanish Tapas Walking Tour for Foodies

Price: Starting From: $74/person

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Spanish Tapas Walking Tour for Foodies

Explore and taste your way in some of Barcelona's most lively tapas bars on this fun guided foodie walking tour!

Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Price: Starting From: $56/person

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Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Barcelona's magic comes to life by land, air, and sea as you travel by electric bike, cable car, and boat to discover the city's most iconic sights!

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DAY
3
BARCELONA

27-Mar-2020

Your Local Host has many suggestions for your two full days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Spanish Tapas Walking Tour for Foodies

Price: Starting From: $74/person

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Spanish Tapas Walking Tour for Foodies

Explore and taste your way in some of Barcelona's most lively tapas bars on this fun guided foodie walking tour!

Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Price: Starting From: $56/person

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Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Barcelona's magic comes to life by land, air, and sea as you travel by electric bike, cable car, and boat to discover the city's most iconic sights!

Barcelona on Two Wheels: City Highlights

Price: Starting From: $29/person

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Barcelona on Two Wheels: City Highlights

Explore some of Barcelona's greatest wonders on this exhilarating guided bike tour.

Barcelona Sailboat Brunch Cruise

Price: Starting From: $89/person

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Barcelona Sailboat Brunch Cruise

This memorable excursion has it all-a relaxing sailboat cruise past Barcelona¿s most famous sights, a delicious brunch at sea, and even time for a refreshing plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean!

Barcelona eBike Ride with Winery Visit

Price: Starting From: $56/person

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Barcelona eBike Ride with Winery Visit

Enjoy a half-day devoted to wine and the great outdoors on this exceptional guided electric bike tour featuring a ride along the Mediterranean coast, and a stop in the Serralada de Marina Natural Park for a tasting and tour at an organic winery

Spanish Chef for a Day

Price: Starting From: $112/person

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Spanish Chef for a Day

Hands-on cooking experience consisting in the preparation of a Spanish meal.

Barcelona Markets Tour with Tastings

Price: Starting From: $41/person

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Barcelona Markets Tour with Tastings

Learn all about Catalan cuisine and Spanish gastronomy on this exciting foodie market tour with a professional chef! Taste and sample your way through two of Barcelona's most famous markets, and visit traditional grocers selected by the chef.

Magical Montserrat with Monastery, Funicular & Nature Hike

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Magical Montserrat with Monastery, Funicular & Nature Hike

Experience the magic of Montserrat on this engaging day trip featuring the thousand-year-old Benedictine monastery, a scenic funicular ride, and a guided nature trek through Montserrat Natural Park!

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DAY
4
BARCELONA

28-Mar-2020

Your Local Host has many suggestions for your two full days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Price: Starting From: $56/person

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Barcelona by Land, Air & Sea

Barcelona's magic comes to life by land, air, and sea as you travel by electric bike, cable car, and boat to discover the city's most iconic sights!

Barcelona on Two Wheels: City Highlights

Price: Starting From: $29/person

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Barcelona on Two Wheels: City Highlights

Explore some of Barcelona's greatest wonders on this exhilarating guided bike tour.

Barcelona Sailboat Brunch Cruise

Price: Starting From: $89/person

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Barcelona Sailboat Brunch Cruise

This memorable excursion has it all-a relaxing sailboat cruise past Barcelona¿s most famous sights, a delicious brunch at sea, and even time for a refreshing plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean!

Barcelona eBike Ride with Winery Visit

Price: Starting From: $56/person

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Barcelona eBike Ride with Winery Visit

Enjoy a half-day devoted to wine and the great outdoors on this exceptional guided electric bike tour featuring a ride along the Mediterranean coast, and a stop in the Serralada de Marina Natural Park for a tasting and tour at an organic winery

Spanish Chef for a Day

Price: Starting From: $112/person

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Spanish Chef for a Day

Hands-on cooking experience consisting in the preparation of a Spanish meal.

Barcelona Markets Tour with Tastings

Price: Starting From: $41/person

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Barcelona Markets Tour with Tastings

Learn all about Catalan cuisine and Spanish gastronomy on this exciting foodie market tour with a professional chef! Taste and sample your way through two of Barcelona's most famous markets, and visit traditional grocers selected by the chef.

Magical Montserrat with Monastery, Funicular & Nature Hike

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Magical Montserrat with Monastery, Funicular & Nature Hike

Experience the magic of Montserrat on this engaging day trip featuring the thousand-year-old Benedictine monastery, a scenic funicular ride, and a guided nature trek through Montserrat Natural Park!

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DAY
5
BARCELONA–MADRID

29-Mar-2020

Travel by HIGH-SPEED AVE TRAIN (first class) to Madrid.

Excursions Available:

Las Ventas Bullring

Price: Starting From: $17/person

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Las Ventas Bullring

Step behind the scenes at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the largest bullfighting ring in Spain! Explore the ring, bull-holding areas, Bullfighting Museum, and more at your own pace.

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DAY
6
MADRID

30-Mar-2020

Morning guided sightseeing features a visit to the palatial PRADO MUSEUM to admire one of the world’s finest collections of European art. Also see Plaza de España, Parliament, Cibeles Fountain, Orient Square with the ornate Royal Palace, Parque del Buen Retiro, and the Neoclassical Puerta de Alcalá monument.

Excursions Available:

Las Ventas Bullring

Price: Starting From: $17/person

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Las Ventas Bullring

Step behind the scenes at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the largest bullfighting ring in Spain! Explore the ring, bull-holding areas, Bullfighting Museum, and more at your own pace.

Madrid Chocolate & Churros

Price: Starting From: $44/person

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Madrid Chocolate & Churros

From stone-ground chocolate and Spanish nougat to fruit liqueur and churros dipped in thick drinking chocolate, this is one sweet experience you'll never forget!

Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Discover the dark and mysterious side of Toledo on this night tour featuring the ancient Jewish Quarter, the underground city, an Inquisition dungeon, and a tasting of wine and tapas!

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DAY
7
MADRID

31-Mar-2020

Your Local Host has all the information you need to plan your two days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Las Ventas Bullring

Price: Starting From: $17/person

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Las Ventas Bullring

Step behind the scenes at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the largest bullfighting ring in Spain! Explore the ring, bull-holding areas, Bullfighting Museum, and more at your own pace.

Madrid Chocolate & Churros

Price: Starting From: $44/person

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Madrid Chocolate & Churros

From stone-ground chocolate and Spanish nougat to fruit liqueur and churros dipped in thick drinking chocolate, this is one sweet experience you'll never forget!

Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Discover the dark and mysterious side of Toledo on this night tour featuring the ancient Jewish Quarter, the underground city, an Inquisition dungeon, and a tasting of wine and tapas!

Wonders of Toledo with 4WD Farm Adventure

Price: Starting From: $112/person

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Wonders of Toledo with 4WD Farm Adventure

Experience the wonders of Toledo on this full-day guided adventure featuring the Cathedral, panoramic views from the bell tower of Los Jeronimos Church, a 4-wheel-drive tour at a country farm, and a tasting of the delicious wine and food products produced there!

Segovia, Ávila & Toledo

Price: Starting From: $140/person

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Segovia, Ávila & Toledo

Discover three of Spain's most treasured UNESCO World Heritage Site cities on this fantastic full-day excursion to Segovia, Ávila, and Toledo.

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DAY
8
MADRID

1-Apr-2020

Your Local Host has all the information you need to plan your two days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Las Ventas Bullring

Price: Starting From: $17/person

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Las Ventas Bullring

Step behind the scenes at Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, the largest bullfighting ring in Spain! Explore the ring, bull-holding areas, Bullfighting Museum, and more at your own pace.

Madrid Chocolate & Churros

Price: Starting From: $44/person

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Madrid Chocolate & Churros

From stone-ground chocolate and Spanish nougat to fruit liqueur and churros dipped in thick drinking chocolate, this is one sweet experience you'll never forget!

Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Lights & Shadows of Toledo with Tapas & Wine

Discover the dark and mysterious side of Toledo on this night tour featuring the ancient Jewish Quarter, the underground city, an Inquisition dungeon, and a tasting of wine and tapas!

Wonders of Toledo with 4WD Farm Adventure

Price: Starting From: $112/person

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Wonders of Toledo with 4WD Farm Adventure

Experience the wonders of Toledo on this full-day guided adventure featuring the Cathedral, panoramic views from the bell tower of Los Jeronimos Church, a 4-wheel-drive tour at a country farm, and a tasting of the delicious wine and food products produced there!

Segovia, Ávila & Toledo

Price: Starting From: $140/person

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Segovia, Ávila & Toledo

Discover three of Spain's most treasured UNESCO World Heritage Site cities on this fantastic full-day excursion to Segovia, Ávila, and Toledo.

Spanish Wines & Iberian Ham Tasting

Price: Starting From: $67/person

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Spanish Wines & Iberian Ham Tasting

Discover Madrid's unique culture and quintessential tastes on this enriching (and delicious) excursion focusing on Spanish wines and Iberian ham!

Avila & Segovia with Alcázar

Price: Starting From: $1,034/party

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Avila & Segovia with Alcázar

Discover two of Spain's hidden gems on this wonderful guided day trip to Ávila and Segovia, featuring a visit of the iconic Alcázar, the country's most spectacular castle fortress!

Spanish Dinner in Madrid

Price: Starting From: $41/person

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Spanish Dinner in Madrid

Enjoy a typical Spanish cocido madrileño (chickpea and meat stew) dinner on this delightful outing in the heart of Madrid.

Flamenco Evening

Price: Starting From: $93/person

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Flamenco Evening

Experience the passion and spirit of Spain's most traditional music and dance at this authentic evening of live Flamenco entertainment.

Tapas And History, Gastronomy Experience

Price: Starting From: $89/person

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Tapas And History, Gastronomy Experience

Dive into the local food culture as you sample and taste your way through this food tour

Spanish Cooking Class

Price: Starting From: $79/person

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Spanish Cooking Class

Learn to cook paella or tapas and more-just like a real Spanish chef-at this fun and interactive cooking class cook.

Hop-On/Hop-Off Madrid Sightseeing

Price: Starting From: $30/person

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Hop-On/Hop-Off Madrid Sightseeing

Explore Madrid the fun and easy way! This hop-on/hop-off bus tour includes two different routes and an all-day pass, so you can experience the city exactly the way you want!

Real Madrid Stadium Tour

Price: Starting From: $29/person

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Real Madrid Stadium Tour

If you are a football (soccer) fan, you won't want to miss this unforgettable, behind-the-scenes tour of Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home of the Real Madrid Football Club since 1947!

Private Guided Tour of Madrid

Price: Starting From: $191/party

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Private Guided Tour of Madrid

Explore Madrid the way you want on this private guided sightseeing tour. Just decide what you want to see and do with your expert guide--the choice is yours!

Madrid Bike Tour

Price: Starting From: $29/person

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Madrid Bike Tour

Pedal your way around Madrid on this guided bike tour that gives you a fun and proper introduction to an incredible city!

El Escorial & the Valley of the Fallen

Price: Starting From: $776/party

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El Escorial & the Valley of the Fallen

Visit two of Spain's most iconic attractions--El Escorial, the historical residence of the King of Spain; and the impressive Valley of the Fallen, honoring those who died in the Spanish Civil War.

Royal Site of Aranjuez

Price: Starting From: $674/party

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Royal Site of Aranjuez

Discover the wonders of the Aranjuez, converted into a royal site by Ferdinand and Isabelle in the 12th century and famous for its luxurious palace and stunning gardens.

Discover Toledo

Price: Starting From: $755/party

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Discover Toledo

Discover majestic Toledo, an incredible melting pot of Jewish, Islamic, and Christian influence over the centuries, making it one of Europe's most interesting and unique walled medieval cities!

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DAY
9
MADRID–LISBON, PORTUGAL

2-Apr-2020

Travel by AIR on selected flights to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal.

Excursions Available:

Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Price: Starting From: $23/person

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Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Experience Portugal's beautiful capital from the waters of the Tagus River on this enjoyable Yellow Boat sightseeing cruise featuring the best of the City of Seven Hills.

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DAY
10
LISBON

3-Apr-2020

Morning guided sightseeing features the Baixa city center, and a walk through the cobblestone alleys of ALFAMA, the ancient Moorish quarter. Drive to the Belém district, known for its seafaring past, and visit JERONIMOS MONASTERY, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See Belém Tower and the Monument of the Discoveries from one of the best panoramic viewpoints, and pass by Edward VII Park located near Pombal Square.

Excursions Available:

Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Price: Starting From: $23/person

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Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Experience Portugal's beautiful capital from the waters of the Tagus River on this enjoyable Yellow Boat sightseeing cruise featuring the best of the City of Seven Hills.

Discover Lisbon by eBike

Price: Starting From: $40/person

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Discover Lisbon by eBike

Pedal your way through some of the city's most elegant squares and historic areas on this fun guided eBike tour through Lisbon.

Cooking class

Price: Starting From: $46/person

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Cooking class

Learn the secrets behind some of the most mouthwatering Portuguese dishes during this fun hands-on cooking class.

Tagus River Yacht Cruise

Price: Starting From: $43/person

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Tagus River Yacht Cruise

The wonders of Lisbon come to life in a remarkable way-from the deck of a yacht-during this fantastic 2-hour cruise along the Tagus River.

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DAY
11
LISBON

4-Apr-2020

Your Local Host will have many options for your three days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Price: Starting From: $23/person

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Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Experience Portugal's beautiful capital from the waters of the Tagus River on this enjoyable Yellow Boat sightseeing cruise featuring the best of the City of Seven Hills.

Discover Lisbon by eBike

Price: Starting From: $40/person

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Discover Lisbon by eBike

Pedal your way through some of the city's most elegant squares and historic areas on this fun guided eBike tour through Lisbon.

Tagus River Yacht Cruise

Price: Starting From: $43/person

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Tagus River Yacht Cruise

The wonders of Lisbon come to life in a remarkable way-from the deck of a yacht-during this fantastic 2-hour cruise along the Tagus River.

Fado Music and Dinner

Price: Starting From: $78/person

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Fado Music and Dinner

Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening of classic Fado music and a delectable 3-course dinner with drinks at a local Casa de Fado (Fado restaurant).

25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Price: Starting From: $9/person

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25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Get unique views of Lisbon and its soaring Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge on this exhilarating experience featuring an elevator ride up to the bridge's panoramic viewing platform!

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DAY
12
LISBON

5-Apr-2020

Your Local Host will have many options for your three days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Price: Starting From: $23/person

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Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Experience Portugal's beautiful capital from the waters of the Tagus River on this enjoyable Yellow Boat sightseeing cruise featuring the best of the City of Seven Hills.

Discover Lisbon by eBike

Price: Starting From: $40/person

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Discover Lisbon by eBike

Pedal your way through some of the city's most elegant squares and historic areas on this fun guided eBike tour through Lisbon.

Tagus River Yacht Cruise

Price: Starting From: $43/person

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Tagus River Yacht Cruise

The wonders of Lisbon come to life in a remarkable way-from the deck of a yacht-during this fantastic 2-hour cruise along the Tagus River.

Fado Music and Dinner

Price: Starting From: $78/person

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Fado Music and Dinner

Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening of classic Fado music and a delectable 3-course dinner with drinks at a local Casa de Fado (Fado restaurant).

25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Price: Starting From: $9/person

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25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Get unique views of Lisbon and its soaring Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge on this exhilarating experience featuring an elevator ride up to the bridge's panoramic viewing platform!

Discover Lisbon

Price: Starting From: $67/person

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Discover Lisbon

Join an expert guide for a nostalgic ride through Old Lisbon on a vintage tram, a walking tour, and an included tasting of Ginjinha cherry liqueur.

Cape Espichel Hike

Price: Starting From: $123/person

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Cape Espichel Hike

A day of fresh air and adventure await on this exciting half-day hike around Cape Espichel, home to two of Portugal's best-preserved dinosaur fossil sites!

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DAY
13
LISBON

6-Apr-2020

Your Local Host will have many options for your three days at leisure.

Excursions Available:

Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Price: Starting From: $23/person

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Lisbon Yellow Boat Sightseeing Tour

Experience Portugal's beautiful capital from the waters of the Tagus River on this enjoyable Yellow Boat sightseeing cruise featuring the best of the City of Seven Hills.

Discover Lisbon by eBike

Price: Starting From: $40/person

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Discover Lisbon by eBike

Pedal your way through some of the city's most elegant squares and historic areas on this fun guided eBike tour through Lisbon.

Cooking class

Price: Starting From: $46/person

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Cooking class

Learn the secrets behind some of the most mouthwatering Portuguese dishes during this fun hands-on cooking class.

Tagus River Yacht Cruise

Price: Starting From: $43/person

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Tagus River Yacht Cruise

The wonders of Lisbon come to life in a remarkable way-from the deck of a yacht-during this fantastic 2-hour cruise along the Tagus River.

Fado Music and Dinner

Price: Starting From: $78/person

Learn More

Fado Music and Dinner

Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening of classic Fado music and a delectable 3-course dinner with drinks at a local Casa de Fado (Fado restaurant).

25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Price: Starting From: $9/person

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25 de Abril Bridge Experience

Get unique views of Lisbon and its soaring Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge on this exhilarating experience featuring an elevator ride up to the bridge's panoramic viewing platform!

Sintra, Cape Roca, Cascais & Estoril

Price: Starting From: $169/person

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Sintra, Cape Roca, Cascais & Estoril

Discover some of Portugal's most magical areas on this day trip featuring Estoril, Cascais, Sintra, and the cliffs of Cape Roca, the westernmost point on the continent.

Discover Sintra

Price: Starting From: $123/person

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Discover Sintra

Discover one of Portugal's most magical areas on this half-day trip featuring Sintra's remarkable Quinta da Regaleira palace, and Cape Roca, continental Europe's westernmost point!

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DAY
14
LISBON

7-Apr-2020

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning.

No Excursions Available on this day

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Transportation

From City-to-City

When your vacation includes traveling from one city to another, your local Monograms team makes it an absolute breeze! We'll get to your train or plane, stress free and on time with door-to-gate service. And your local Monograms team awaits your arrival as soon as you pull into your next destination.

Hotels

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Casa Vicens

This is the first house, first important work, and one of the key pieces of Antoni Gaudí’s artistic career. It is the work that marked his point of Departure, an architectural gem which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005.

Park Güell

Visit the only park designed by Gaudí in Barcelona, with it sinuous and organic shapes, integration with nature and broken mosaics. Opened to the public in 1922, the park was declared World’s Heritage by Unesco in 1984.

La Pedrera Secreta

Antoni Gaudí's last residential building, and one of his most innovative landmarks, is a work of art in its own right. The Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera (Catalan for quarry), was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. “Secret Pedrera” will allow you to discover the secrets hidden inside the building when night falls.

Catalan National Art Museum

Housed in the National Palace, the Catalan National Art Museum includes one of the most important Romanesque painting collections in the world.

Tibidabo Amusement Park

Take a short train ride from the center of Barcelona, then catch a funicular train from the half-way point, to reach the top of the mountain and Tibidabo Amusement Park. It was built in 1889 and many of its 25 rides date back to this time, giving the park a whimsical feel.

Magic Fountain

Enjoy this spectacular show of water, lights, and music held in an area which stretches from the National Palace to Plaza de España. Ask your Local Host for details about days and times of this entertaining attraction.

Football Club Barcelona Stadium (Camp Nou)

If you're a football (soccer) fan, ask your Local Host for directions to view the stadium of the world-famous team. Maybe even see a match!

Cosmo Caixa Science Museum

A museum, for people of all ages, designed to stimulate knowledge and opinion of science through exhibitions and a wide variety of activities.

Sardanes Folk Dancing

La Sardana, sometimes also called the "sardanes" dance, is the traditional group folk dance of Catalonia. The music is provided by a "cobla" woodwind band. Ask your Local Host for more information.

Miró Foundation

Contemporary art lovers should visit the Miró Foundation to view the permanent collection of Joan Miró.

Port Olimpic

Barcelona's Port Olimpic was built to coincide with the 1992 Olympic Games, and its appearance on the city landscape is perhaps the most notable of the building projects the sporting event left behind; one of the most attractive areas of the city to visit, full of bars, restaurants, leisure facilities and modern sculptures.

Catalan Cuisine

Among the most typical dishes, you will find Escudella i carn d'olla (a delicious soup of pork, beef, & chicken with vegetables, rice, noodles, & potatoes); Butifarra (Catalan sausage); and Arroz a la cazuela (similar to paella). Seafood specialties include La zarzuela (a mixture of halibut, monkfish, prawns, squid & mussels); or Suquet de peix, (cod fish soup). Two of the most popular dishes of the region are Escalivada (grilled eggplant & red peppers in an olive oil & garlic sauce); and Esqueixada de bacalao (a cold codfish salad). For dessert, taste the famous Crema catalana (custard); Mel i mato (cottage cheese with honey); and Postre de músico (the traditional Catalan “musician's dessert” nuts). In Barcelona, you can also enjoy a fine selection of wines from the nearby Penedès region.

Traditional Souvenirs

Take home Cava, a local sparkling wine similar to champagne. It can be white or rosé - both are delicious; Anís del mono, an anise-based liqueur is also popular. Spanish sausages such as Fuet or Chorizo; Carquinyolis, artisan crunchy almond biscuits; a handcrafted Gaudí keepsake; a souvenir of the legendary FC Barça football team; or the traditional porrón, a Catalan glass wine pitcher.

Barcelona Beaches

Barcelona's coastline is over 4 km. long and offers a wide variety of excellent beaches. Barceloneta beach, nearest to the city center, is located in the traditional fishing district “La Barceloneta” and is one of the city's best-loved beaches due to its sandy beach and many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk.

Madrid

Habsburg Period Walking Route

Ask your Local Host about this walking route to see architecture of the Habsburg Period. Start from Plaza Mayor to Plaza de la Villa and Mayor Street; stop by the old Arabic wall, return to Puerta del Sol, discovering along the way the old convents, churches and narrow lanes of the city that was the capital of a world empire in the 16th century. A stop at a café, a pub, or an old market turned into gourmet center, makes a charming stroll, ending at the Plaza de Oriente, next to the Royal Palace.

Bourbon Period “Age of Enlightenment” Walking Route

When Phillip of Anjou was chosen as the new Spanish King, with the name of Felipe V, in 1700, he became the first Bourbon king of Spain. With the support of his famous grandfather, French King Louis XIV, he brought new spaces, modern infrastructures, splendid arches, monuments, and fountains to the city. Puerta del Sol is a good starting point to see what the Age of Enlightenment gave to Madrid. Walk along Calle de Alcalá to Plaza de Cibeles, union of Recoletos and Prado Boulevards, then on to Plaza de la Lealtad and Cortes to Atocha. Your Local Host can point you in the right direction.

Literary Madrid Walking Route

Madrid has been the inspiration for some of Spain’s best literature. The literary district is a beautifully preserved 17th century area. Strolling along Huertas’ street brings to mind writers like Quevedo and Góngora. Cervantes lived in the area, and you can visit the beautifully preserved home of the great Lope de Vega nearby. Pass streets that bring memories of Echegaray and Moratín; and by Plaza de Jacinto Benavente in honor of the 1922 Nobel Prize winner for literature. Eventually reach Plaza Mayor, which has been immortalized in the novels of Benito Perez Galdós.

Green Madrid at El Retiro Park

Madrid is considered a "green city" with more than 617,000 acres of parks, and some beautiful historic gardens. One of the best options to enjoy Green Madrid is El Retiro (Park of the Pleasant Retreat) which dates back to the 1600s. It is the one of the largest parks of the city and belonged to the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, when it became a public park. It features a lake, rose garden, statues, fountains, and museums. Around the lake, Retiro Pond, many puppet shows perform, and all manner of street performers. Rowboats can be rented and horse-drawn carriages are available.

Royal Palace

Built in the 18th century under Philip V, the Royal Palace of Madrid is a truly magnificent example of palatial architecture in Europe. The halls open to the public contain superb fresco paintings, tapestries, furniture, porcelain and all kind of sumptuous objects reviving the past. The Royal Armory and the Royal Pharmacy are also well worth a visit. Opening times: April 1st. to September 30th. 10:00-20:00 (19:00 ticket office); October 1st. to March 31st. 10:00-18:00 (17:00 ticket office); Closed occasionally due to official reception.

Church of San Francisco El Grande

A neoclassical masterpiece with the largest dome in Madrid, its walls and ceilings are decorated with superb frescoes. The church is designed with an unusual floor plan, the nave is circular and surrounded by chapels guarded by imposing marble statues of the 12 apostles; 12 prophets, rendered in wood, sit above them at the base of the dome. The San Bernardino chapel contains a fresco painted by Goya in the early stages of his career – unusually, Goya has painted himself into the scene (he’s the one in the yellow shirt on the right).

Reina Sofía Museum

Madrid's 18th century hospital was beautifully remodeled and converted into a museum in 1992, with two panoramic glass lifts standing out in the façade. Its official name is now the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and it's a treasure-house of contemporary and modern art. A highlight is the 20th century's most famous painting, Picasso's "Guernica". Another highlight is "Woman in Blue" also by Picasso. Miró and Dali are two other influential artists well represented in the collection. Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 - 21:00 Sundays 10:00 – 14:30 Closed on Tuesdays

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

An overview of art from the 13th century to the present day - in the nearly one thousand works on display, see first class works of international art created by two generations of the Thyssen-Bornemisza family, including the private collection of Baroness Thyssen. Tuesdays to Sundays 10:00-19:00 Closing day: Mondays

Shopping

Madrid is a shopper’s paradise. You can find everything from luxury goods and antiques to religious items. See its exclusive shops, boutiques, and art galleries. Your Local Host can suggest a walking route with specialty shops (some of them more than 100 year’s old), including a wonderful cake store which supplies the Spanish Royal Family. Typical souvenirs to take home include saffron, a bota bag (leather wine bottle), jamon Iberico (cured ham), a Flamenco music CD, olive oil, and hand-held fans.

Cuisine - Tapas, Cocido

There is a healthy pastime in Madrid: having your aperitif with a small side order of food, the tapa. This wonderful pursuit is one of the most important chapters in fully understanding and enjoying the pleasures of dining out in Madrid. Another traditional local food is Cocido madrileño, a chick-pea based stew, with a combination of different meats and vegetables - it is not a dish for the faint-hearted!

Local Wine & Sangria

Madrid boasts excellent local wines from the nearby regions of Arganda, Navalcarnero (historically famous for its’ rosé wines), and San Martin de Valdeiglesia. Sangria is a delightful and refreshing drink with origins that date back hundreds of years when the locals were searching for a flavorful drink that contained alcohol, so they set about making a fruit punch out of red wine.

El Botin Restaurant

The Guinness Book of Records calls this the world's oldest restaurant (est. 1725), and Hemingway was a frequent visitor. There are four floors of tile and wood-beam dining rooms. The specialties are cochinillo (roast pig) and cordero (roast lamb). It is rumored that Goya washed dishes here before he made it as a painter.

Opera, Zarzuela Operetta

Ask your Local Host for information about opera performances or the “Zarzuela” a type of Spanish musical play or operetta that started as a popular court entertainment in the mid 17th century.

Lisbon

IGREJA DE SANTA ENGRACIA E PANTEAO NACIONAL (NATIONAL PANTHEON)

A Baroque marble church with pink and brown marble interiors, built over almost 300 years (1681 to 1966). Since the beginning of the 20th century, many rulers and national heroes have been buried there. Entry is free, but you can pay a small fee to climb 181 shallow steps to the inside of the great dome and onto the roof for a 360-degree view.

CASTELO DE SAO JORGE (ST. GEORGE’S CASTLE)

From the millennium-old battlements of this castle you have a bird's-eye view of the city in the company of roaming peacocks. Inside is a small archaeological museum and down the hill are a couple of terraces with perfect postcard views over Alfama, the city's medieval village-like neighborhood.

PARQUE DAS NACOES (PARK OF THE NATIONS)

Contrasting with the city's oldest neighborhoods is this 21st-century district showcasing striking contemporary architecture with Europe's longest bridge as the backdrop. It includes a state-of-the-art aquarium, a casino, and a wonderful waterfront promenade.

BERARDO MUSEUM

A Portuguese millionaire has put together one of Europe's greatest modern art collections which includes works by Andy Warhol, Picasso, and Dali among others.

CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN MUSEUM

Treasures from the East and the West, collected by one man, are now one of the world's finest private art collections. It includes works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Monet and René Lalique.

MADRE DE DEUS CONVENT

The Madre de Deus Convent was built in 1509, at the orders of the Queen Dona Leonor, and nowadays houses the very interesting National Azulejo (Glazed Tile) Museum.

SOUVENIRS

Port, the fortified sweet wine for which Portugal is famous, makes for a marvelous souvenir to bring home. Hand-painted tiles and cotton embroidery are other classics. Another favorite is Portugal’s cork products -- which could include anything from shoes and belts to handbags and furniture.

SHOPPING

If you're looking for upscale boutiques, head to Chiado, where Rua do Carmo and Rua Garrett are lined with big international shops as well as a few local favorites -- such as Bertrand, the world's oldest bookstore (opened in 1732). The narrow streets of Bairro Alto are a good spot to browse antique stores (especially Rua Dom Pedro V) and fashion boutiques. The Baixa and Rossio districts are the central shopping and tourist areas. Several attractive parallel streets run between Rossio Square and Praca do Commercio, Some of the older storefronts are simply beautiful, with art nouveau facades. The enclosed Amoreiras Shopping Center has many nice shops and a great view of the city from the top.

PORTUGUESE CUISINE

Features lots of fish, soft-shell crabs, and meat and rice dishes. Some traditional dishes include Cozido a Portuguesa (stew for meat lovers!), Caldo Verde (Portuguese soup with onions, potatoes, kale), Bacalhau a Bras (shredded codfish), Bolinhos de Bacalhau (codfish fritters), Alheira de Mirandela (sausage dish), Arroz de Pato (duck rice). Ask your Local Host for more information.

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