Located in the modern centre of Lisbon, just a few steps from the Marques de Pombal metro station, the Exe Liberdade Hotel is not only within easy reach from the airport, but is also surrounded with restaurants and boutiques. The rooms, set in a warm grey-toned contemporary style, are equipped with flat-screen TVs, air conditioning devices and a safety deposit box.
Situated in Boavista, a short stroll from the Casa de Música Concert Hall, the HF Tuela Hotel in Porto boasts elegant interiors and interesting views. Rooms are kitted with a flat-screen TV, a desk, a hair dryer and an electric kettle and are all air-conditionned. In the evenings, guests can unwind in the on-site restaurant and bar, serving local delicacies.
From Lisbon: Sintra and Cascais Small Group Tour
Visit the charming UNESCO World Heritage Site-listed village of Sintra and enjoy the sun at one of the beautiful beaches in Cascais.
From Porto: Porto Calém Cellars Admission with Tour and Wine Tasting
Try out the best of Porto’s wines and learn some more about the local wine-making art by visiting the dedicated museum and local wineries.
Groupon’s Guide To Lisbon
A shining capital of colourful culture, Lisbon awaits guests with vast, vibrant squares, cobbled backstreets, and thriving bar and club scenes, while a patchwork of architectural styles make up the city’s historic buildings. Lisbon’s Belem Tower is a UNESCO World Heritage monument that served over the centuries as a starting point for voyages and new land discoveries over the Atlantic. Its late Gothic Manueline style flanked by Moorish watchtowers and stone-sculpted beasts is seen by many as an architectural symbol of Portugal’s Age of Discovery. The Berardo Museum provides a home for some of the world’s most famous modern art pieces, including works by 20th century masters such as Pollock, Picasso, and Warhol. Adventure seekers may also choose a trip to Sintra-Cascais, where walking trails traverse the coastal forests of this natural park.
Groupon’s Guide To Porto
Dating back to the 4th century and currently a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Porto, Portugal’s second largest metropolis, stands as one of Europe’s oldest cultural and historical sites. An ancient port perched along the Douro Valley, the city is a cornucopia of architectural landmarks, museums and medieval reminisces. Among the most important architectural legacies stand the Sao Francisco and Santa Clara Church, where a rare mixture of Gothic and Baroque styles, represented by detailed carvings and opulent decor covered in pure gold, attract thousands of tourists every year. Famed for being the spiritual home of Port Wine, the city has been one of the most important wine trading centres since the 17th century, maintaining its leading role among the finest wine producers in Europe up to this day. Travellers may also admire modern art galleries cleverly combined with shopping centres, spread across the vivid and colourful Bombarda street, where a bundle of design boutiques, stylists and vintage shops form a world of their own.
Option 1: simple stay in Lisbon
- €99-€199 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €129-€269 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €159-€349 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
Option 2: stay in Lisbon, guided tour included
- €149-€239 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €169-€319 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €199-€399 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
Option 3: simple stay in Porto
- €169-€239 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €179-€279 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €199-€359 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
Option 4: stay in Porto, guided tour included
- €189-€249 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €189-€299 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €219-€369 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen