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17th century fort
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17th century fort - Paimogo

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About West Vagabond Tours

People tell me that I am a friendly and communicative person, always ready to help. Well, like most of the Portuguese population.
I grew up dividing my time between Lisbon and the Portugal West Coast
By the hand of my grandfather, I discovered Lisbon secrets. Later, I explored the west coast searching for the best surf spots and pure nature.
In the university I became a tour guide and deeply studied my country, Portugal.
Since then, I welcomed travelers from the whole world, with whom I shared the authentic Portugal".

Rui Pedro Martins

Surf School Founder 

One Day in Lisbon ...THis IS THE PLAN

- Visit the New Lisbon, Parque das Nações. This area was renovated for the Expo 98. There is located the Science Museum and Lisbon Oceanarium.

- Discover the other side of the river. Cross the 25th of April bridge, and see the amazing views at Cristo Rei.

- Explore Belém district connected to the discoveries period. Visit Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery.  Taste the famous "Pastel de Nata". The original ones!

- Walk in the bohemian, trendy and hip Lisbon: Bairro Alto and Chiado. Visit São Pedro de Alcântara View Point

- Visit the old Lisbon: St. Georges's Castle, Alfama and Mouraria​​​ districts​. Time to wander through the heart of Lisbon and chill on amazing view points.

- Drop off

One Day in Sintra and Cascais ...THis IS THE PLAN

- Pick up

- Visit to Pena Palace: We will wander through one of the most beautiful palaces in the world

- Explore Quinta da Regaleira,  and discover amazing lakes, grottoes, wells, fountains, and excentric constructions. 

- Walk the postcard village of Sintra and taste the local pastries, cheeses and wines

- Contemplate the ocean in Cabo da Roca, the western most point of Continental Europe

- Visit the charming Cascais, once the home for kings-in-exile and a site of espionage during World War II. 

- Drive through the Lisbon Riviera, the first touristic promenade in the early 60's.

- Drop off