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FROM € 710 per person


The fee includes:  

Scheduled flight from Milan Malpensa

4* hotel with breakfast in a double room

Full day excursion with lunch to discover Obidos, Batalha and Fatima

Medical insurance and cancellation.

Easter in Lisbon offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Portuguese culture, including centuries-old traditions, religious events and the vibrant spirit of the city. Let's find out together what to do to best enjoy Easter in the Portuguese capital.

1. Participate in Religious Celebrations: Holy Week

Holy Week is a time of devotion and reflection, and Lisbon offers a number of religious events that you can attend to fully experience the Easter tradition. The Good Friday procession is particularly evocative, with sacred statues carried in procession through the streets of the city, followed by a procession of Silence.

2. Explore the Historic Districts: Alfama and Mouraria

Easter is a perfect opportunity to explore the historic neighborhoods of Lisbon. Alfama and Mouraria, with their winding streets and colorful buildings, provide picturesque scenery. For Easter, these neighborhoods can be alive with cultural events, live music and food festivals.

3. Spring Festival: Parties and Animations

Easter coincides with the arrival of spring, and Lisbon celebrates this period with the Spring Festival. Commerce Square and other central locations can be brought to life with cultural events, concerts and activities for the whole family. It's a perfect way to immerse yourself in the festive atmosphere of the city.

4. Taste the Easter specialties: desserts and traditional dishes

Portuguese cuisine is full of Easter delights. Be sure to try folar, traditional Easter sweets, available in many varieties and flavours. The restaurants also offer Easter menus with typical dishes such as lamb and bacalhau (cod).

5. Visit Iconic Monuments: Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery

Easter is also an ideal time to explore Lisbon's iconic monuments. The Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery are places of great historical and architectural importance. Enjoy a visit to their courtyards and admire the art and architecture of the Manueline period.

6. Spend Time at Mercado da Ribeira: Gastronomy and Culture

The Mercado da Ribeira, also known as Time Out Market, is a great place to explore Portuguese gastronomy. During Easter, you may find special events, tastings and cooking demonstrations. It is an opportunity to discover authentic and lively flavors of local cuisine.


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