We are local and passionated tour guides that will drive you around Sintra.If you don't have much time to visit Sintra, this is the best sight seeing tour that you can find.We pick you up straight in Lisbon so you can save your time.When we finish the tour in Sintra we drive you back to Lisbon - but of course you can have a walk around in the historical center before you go. This a tour only for you and the best way to save time.2-3 persons: we can drive you around with our convertible car or a jipe4-6 persons: we will drive you around with our 4x4 (jipe)**In the winter time the wheather in Sintra changes a lot and we have foggy days that they can be responsible to cancel a sight seeing tour**
The ABU DHABI SIGHT SEEING TOUR is a journey to witness a most modern Emirate, its culture, the only Bedouin dominating emirate, the richest and the largest among the 7 emirates. This is the city, which has one of the highest number of millionaires in the world and the Abu Dhabi national’s per capita income is also the highest in the world. Discover the Arabian glory, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, "Abu Dhabi". During the Abu Dhabi City Tour you get to enjoy the beauty and culture that Abu Dhabi has to offer. The capital of the UAE has attractive contrasts that are visible in its skyscrapers, villas, mosques and palaces along its Riviera-like breakwaters. The majestic Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the third largest in the world, and a marvellous example of Islamic architecture. On the Abu Dhabi city tour you will have the opportunity to view all the important landmarks of the capital city with the comfort and knowledge of a well experienced tour guide.
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