We Love —
- This two-centre combination provides the perfect opportunity to spend a few days exploring Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon followed by a stay on the lush island of Madeira.
- The city of Lisbon is elegant and timeless, its ornate architecture and well-planned streets making it a joy to explore. It offers all of the elements of the perfect city break - a wealth of history and culture to explore, a beautiful setting, great atmosphere and a choice of lively restaurants. To make the city even more enticing, it is just a short distance from the coast, and the charming resort of Estoril.
- After spending three nights in Lisbon, allowing plenty of time to discover its many charms, you will fly to Funchal to spend four nights on the enchanting island of Madeira. Choose to wander the streets of old Funchal, exploring the markets or head into the countryside to discover the rich fauna and flora of this natural paradise.
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Your Destinations —
Set on a series of seven hills, Lisbon is the colourful, cultural and cosmopolitan capital of Portugal. Its ancient maritime history, astonishing mix of architecture and famed foodie offerings make it an enduringly popular choice for a city break, at any time of year.
National Ancient Art Museum
This important museum contains 14th to 20th century European works by artists such as Bosch (whose "Temptation of St. Anthony" is one of the museum's most valuable treasures), Dürer, and Raphael. The most important of the Portuguese paintings is undoubtedly the "Veneration of St. Vincent," regarded as an important historical document, portraying some prominent 15th century personalities such as Henry the Navigator. Also interesting are 16th century Japanese screens showing the Portuguese arriving in Japan.
Elevador de Santa Justa
Another of Lisbon’s icons, the Elevator, designed by a disciple of Gustave Eiffel, is open to the public and boasts impressive views over the Baixa Pombalina and the rest of Lisbon.
Sé de Lisboa
Lisboa Cathedral is the city’s oldest and most venerated monument, a symbol of medieval religious architecture. Unique Lisboa monument of Roman origins, it also features archaeological vestiges of Roman, Visigoth and Arab occupations. Don’t leave without first visiting the Treasure Museum of the Sé, comprising some noteworthy artefacts and the mother of pearl safe that stores the relics of St Vincent, the city’s patron saint.
One of the most characterful and attractive neighbourhoods in the city. The Bairro Alto boasts boutiques and bars and is a place where people meet in an eclectic and multicultural atmosphere.
Park Eduardo VII
Enjoying 25 hectares of green area, Eduardo VII Park, is one of the capital’s largest, featuring a monument at its summit to the April 25 Carnation’s Revolution, followed by the Amália Rodrigues Gardens (fado singer). There is also a belvedere where you can enjoy a magnificent of the city, including São Jorge Castle, the Pombaline Baixa area and the Tagus river.
Madeira is not just a paradise of exotic flora and fauna with amazing landscapes that take your breath away, it also enjoys one of the most temperate climates in the world. With summers averaging a comfortable maximum of 25ºc and the winters averaging a low 17ºc, there is always something special to experience, whether the flower festival in spring, the giant Blue Marlin in the summer, the wine harvest in the autumn or the spectacular fireworks display at the end of the year.
More than just a destination for sun and sea, Madeira is an island steeped in culture and tradition with a host of museums and galleries right in the heart of Funchal. However Madeira also embraces the future and has become quite contemporary in many areas, not just in the more recent hotels, restaurants and bars, but also in modern art and most noticeably at the Centre of Art - Casa das Mudas. The contrast and diversity of the island and its shores provides a host of activities for you to enjoy whether on land or sea.
Keen walkers will enjoy exploring the levadas, or irrigation channels which criss-cross the island, providing perfect rambling trails. Make sure you visit at least one of the vibrant botanical gardens during your stay, to admire the flowers for which Madeira is so famous.
Your Hotels —
Ollissippo Marques, Lisbon (3 nights)
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast board basis in a standard room.
The Olissippo Marquês de Sá Hotel, opened in 1996 and completely refurbished in 2009, is located in one of the most elegant areas of Lisbon, near the "El Corte Ingles" and the Gulbenkian Foundation. Near to local transport, it is the perfect base to explore the fascinating city of Lisbon from.
At the restaurant Varanda do Marquês, the emphasis is on traditional Portuguese cuisine presented in a spacious and welcome place with the aim to amaze at every taste. Head to the Bar Cocktail for a hot expresso brewed to perfection or a tastey cocktail, the ideal spot to rest after a day of exploration.
- Free WiFi
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast Buffet
- 1 Restaurant
- 1 Bar
- 24hr Room Service
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally
Quinta Bela sao Tiago, Madeira (4 nights)
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast board basis in a standard room.
The Quinta Bela São Tiago Hotel is a peaceful oasis in Funchal with its own sub-tropical gardens.
Surrounding this 19th Century restored manor house is a large banana plantation, a green orchard and many charming corners to discover. The modern sunbeds distributed around the outdoor terraces are perfect for enjoying these refreshing lush surroundings. The Quinta offers a freshwater outdoor swimming pool heated between November and April, with a separate children’s pool, which is located on a terrace overlooking this sub-tropical garden and the magnificent Funchal bay. To add to your relaxing holidays there is also a gym, a Jacuzzi, a sauna and a Turkish bath. No holiday is complete without some hours of relaxation!
The Quinta Bela São Tiago provides three different areas for a perfect wining and dining experience. The charm of this Madeiran manor house invites each guest to savour the delicacies of Madeira in stunning surroundings. From the exquisite elegance of the O Portico Restaurant in the manor's original ballroom, to The Winter Garden which provides sumptuous breakfast surrounded a beautifully manicured lush green garden and finally to the Pol do Sol cocktail bar where you will have a wonderful view of the setting sun.
Your Journey —
Flights: Flight times will be confirmed on your official ATOL certificate/invoice issued by the Tour Operator.
Outbound: 10:40 - 13:20
Internal: 11:30 - 13:20
Inbound: 13:50 - 17:35
All flight times are local.
Transfers: Private transfers are included. Your hotel is Lisbon is aprroximately 15 minutes away from the airport while your hotel in Madeira is approximately 20 minutes away from the airport.
Please note: flight details are given as a guide only and may change. We will however notify you in advance if flights are more than 2 hours outside the time range given. Flights are non changeable and non refundable at time of booking.