Portugal – Lisbon & Oporto
June 11 - June 15£399
Lisbon, the stunning capital city of Portugal, is steeped in history and has become an increasingly popular place to visit in recent years, with a warm Mediterranean climate despite its position facing the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of Europe’s most charismatic and vibrant cities with a rich and varied history, a vibrant nightlife and good year-round climate. June is probably the best time to visit, before the temperature becomes too hot. Lisbon also happens to be one of Europe’s least expensive cities and offers excellent value for food and drink. It is the commercial and financial centre of Portugal and generates almost 45% of Portuguese GDP, with many multinational companies headquartered there.
We will spend 2 nights in Lisbon before travelling by train to the country’s second city, Porto, where we will stay close to the historic town centre, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996
As always, our visit will enable you to learn more about the country, enjoy its culture and explore potential business opportunities. During the 4 days we will spend there, you can choose on an individual basis the daily emphasis you wish to place on business, culture, touring or simply relaxing and enjoying excellent local food.
Flying from Stansted: £399 per person in double or twin room. Supplement £189 in single room. (But see Note 2 below)
- Direct flight from London to Lisbon.
- Train from Lisbon to Porto
- Direct flight from Porto to London
- 4 nights stay with breakfast in 3-star city centre hotels
- All business briefings, business to business meetings & business appointments
- Prices are based on flights currently available. Prices rise, often daily, so early booking is essential.
- Prices are based on well-reviewed hotels in Lisbon and Porto town centres. We are happy to quote for apartment stay or for hotels further from the centre.
- We will arrange the best method of transport between airports/train station and city centre hotels with cost shared.
- We are discussing a programme of visits and tours. These will be optional and people can choose on an individual basis whether or not to join a particular tour
- The Chamber takes no responsibility for insurance. This is something you should arrange yourself.