5 Days trip in Portugal

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Historical landmarks Shopping Food exploration
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Portugal is a captivating country with a rich history, diverse landscapes, and a welcoming culture. From its stunning coastline to its historic landmarks, Portugal offers a blend of natural beauty, architectural marvels, and culinary delights. Whether exploring the vibrant city of Lisbon, wandering through ancient towns like Porto or Évora, or basking in the sun on the Algarve's golden beaches, visitors are sure to be captivated by Portugal's charm.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
️ 16.47°C
Best Way to Get Around
Public buses

Day 1

  1. Belém Tower

    120 minutes

    Visit the beautiful Belém Tower and immerse in Portugal's rich history.

  2. LX Factory

    180 minutes

    Explore this trendy, edgy complex filled with shops, restaurants, and art studios.

  3. Time Out Market

    90 minutes

    Indulge in Portugal's finest cuisine at this renowned food market showcasing top-rated restaurants.

Day 2

  1. Alfama

    120 minutes

    Stroll around the oldest neighborhood of Lisbon, Alfama, and admire its charming narrow streets and colorful tiles.

  2. Castelo de S. Jorge

    180 minutes

    Visit the iconic São Jorge Castle and take in the breathtaking views over Lisbon.

  3. Mercado da Ribeira

    90 minutes

    Savor the best of Portuguese food at the Time Out Market's sister market, Mercado da Ribeira.

Day 3

  1. Jerónimos Monastery

    120 minutes

    Discover one of Portugal's most prominent examples of Manueline architecture, the Jerónimos Monastery.

  2. Chiado

    180 minutes

    Get lost in the charming streets of Chiado, known for its shops, restaurants, and historical landmarks.

  3. Time Out Market

    90 minutes

    Delight in the scrumptious dishes offered at Time Out Market, a favorite of foodies worldwide.

Day 4

  1. Sintra

    360 minutes

    Escape Lisbon for the day and explore the enchanting town of Sintra, home to whimsical palaces and fairytale-like castles.

  2. Cervejaria Ramiro

    120 minutes

    Treat yourself to the freshest seafood at one of Lisbon's most iconic restaurants, Cervejaria Ramiro.

Day 5

  1. Pastéis de Belém

    120 minutes

    Try Portugal's most famous pastry, pastéis de Belém, at the original bakery dating back to 1837.

  2. Rua Augusta

    180 minutes

    Shop your heart out on Rua Augusta, one of Lisbon's busiest avenues dotted with stores and restaurants.

  3. 3-in-1 Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

    120 minutes

    Uncover the main attractions and hidden gems of Lisbon through a convenient 3-in-1 hop-on hop-off bus tour with audio guide.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 USD per night
70-150 USD per night
45-100 USD per night


Public transportation (Metro)
1.50 USD per trip
Uber/ Taxi
10-20 USD per ride
Car Rental
25-40 USD per day


Local snacks and street food
5-10 USD per meal
Mid-range local restaurant
15-25 USD per meal
Fine Dining Restaurant
50-100 USD per meal

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