Lisboa Vineyards on the south bank of Tagus river
Depart from Lisboa by coach crossing the river Tagus via the 25th of April bridge built in the 1960's by the US Steel Company, a "sister bridge" to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Just across the bridge, on the Palmela Peninsula we find the closest vineyards to Lisboa, famous for its fortified dessert wine "Moscatel" as well as the table wines produced in the area. We will pay a visit to one of the modern wine cellars for a guided tour and tasting. Return to Lisboa via the Vasco da Gama Bridge, built for the world exhibition held in Lisbon in 1998. At the time of its construction this was the longest bridge in Europe.
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|Lisbon Vineyards on the south bank of the Tagus river|
|When:||Saturday, 2 August|
|Pick up / Drop off point||Queen Mary II National Theatre (Rossio Square)|
|Cost||45,00 € p.p.|
|Travel details||minimum of 15 participants|