Experience Customized Luxury Tours of Portugal
Discover the Best of Portugal
Explore Porto, Duoro Valley, Lisbon, Evora, Cork and Faro, all in one vacation. Be enlightened by Portugal’s rich historic culture, sweeping sea views, delicious Portuguese wine, artistic and architectural achievements, and so much more. With so much to see and do, we’ll help you make the most of your vacation. Take a look at a few of our most popular Portugal experiences below.
Lisbon and Beyond
With 300,000 years of history, Lisbon is steeped in culture, legend and beauty. While maintaining the heritage of its ancient beginnings, the city embraces modern culture and has successfully blended the two to become one of the most intriguing capitals of Europe. Explore the heart of the city and surrounding districts like the picturesque Alfama and vibrant Baixa. Dive deep into Lisbon’s history at places like the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery before getting a taste of modern architecture at the Expo. Wear comfortable shoes because you won’t want to stop once you get started.
Discover Porto on Foot
Porto is a city that is best explored by walking. A nice long walk meandering through its narrow streets full of history and nostalgia immerse you in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a romantic evening stroll along the banks of the Douro River. Enjoy the sensation of entering the Mercado do Bolhao. Taste the sweet local wines of Porto’s region. Porto may typically be a quick city break for some, but you’ll be drawn in to its charm and find yourself wanting to stay a little bit longer.
A Wine Lover’s Holiday
The transporting experience of wine is one of the reasons people return to Portugal again and again. Discover the essence of Portugese wines in a once in a lifetime tour of 11 different kinds of wines and 16 nights in four/five star hotels. Visit family run wineries across the Iberian Peninsula, meet the owners and even press or cut your own grapes if in season. It’s a trip that wine lovers will treasure forever.
A Taste of Portugal
Bring your appetite and enthusiasm. We’ll provide the rest in a three hour hands-on cooking lesson with a professional chef. Prepare an authentically Portuguese lunch and take your place at the table to enjoy your creation along with delicious Portuguese wines and cheeses.
Sintra and Cascais
Take a day trip with one of our expert local guides to the ancient summer residence of Portuguese kings. Lord Byron’s “Glorious Eden,” Sintra will captivate you with its unique landscape and strange trees that only grow here. Enjoy lunch in nearby Cascais, where the gorgeous beaches and blue waters may captivate you and make you never want to leave.
Evora and Cork Factory Tour
Visit nearby Evora, one of Europe’s oldest cities, and visit the Evora Cathedral and Chapel of Bones. Get an up-close look at the tree farms where cork is harvested before visiting the factory to learn how those trees are transformed into cork. And you can’t talk about corks without tasting Portuguese wine and enjoying a delicious picnic.
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When is the best time to come to Spain?
It depends on what part of Spain. If you can’t stand the heat and you are going down south it’s better not to go in July or August. Also, November, December and January can be a bit cold and rainy. But in general terms most months are great.