We are inspired by the charming city of Lisbon, which gives participants an intense experience of true Portuguese culture, from the streets to the cuisine, from the monuments to the wine, from the Fado to the “pastéis de Belém”, and from the theater to the best bars of the Lisbon nightlife. Full of light, with the sun always present, together with unique architecture, street cafés with spectacular views, gardens in the most unexpected places, viewpoints, the Tejo river, trade and an unequaled cuisine, Lisbon is full of charm. This is how the city has been described by those who visit. With a vibrant energy, warm Mediterranean climate and intense cultural life, the Portuguese capital has recently received numerous awards and recognitions at various levels. The city has received praise from a number of tourism sites. In this charming town, each course is an unforgettable experience. Every detail counts!
Western Europe’s most ancient city of has been called Europe’s second best destination in 2015.
This prize was awarded by Best European Destination 2015. Lisbon won the title of Entrepreneurial Region of Europe 2015, awarded by the Committee of the Regions (CR) of the European Capital of Volunteering in 2015.
The organization “Tourism of Portugal” won the World Travel Awards 2014, also known as the “Oscars of Tourism”, the prize World Travel Awards as Europe’s best cruise port, and the city of Lisbon, for the second time, the prize World Travel Awards as Europe’s best cruise destination.
Portugal is one of the oldest countries in Europe. The signs of our presence around the world are visible to this day, which is why Portuguese is one of the most widely spoken languages worldwide, and the Portuguese people are among the most open to other civilizations.
A member of the European Union (EU) since 1986, Portugal is a nation in full development, but which has always kept its best treasure: its ability to welcome people.
Portugal was named best country to visit in 2014 by the Spanish edition of Condé Nast Traveler magazine, and was also selected as the Best Value Destination in 2014 by Rough Guides. Portugal’s main attractions include culture, cuisine and wine, beaches, golf, history, a variety of landscapes and above all the hospitality of the Portuguese people, considered to be warm, open and honest by the Spanish. (Source: Visit Portugal)