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Lisbon for Food & Wine Lovers

One day walking tour downtown Lisbon. We start visiting a Lisbon market, feeling the colors and the smells of this ancient trading place. Enjoy the variety of the fruits, flowers, meats and much more... If feeling hungry, a nice stop will give you the opportunity to enjoy a “Cacau da Ribeira” (hot chocolate).

Sintra for Wine Lovers

One day tour in Colares Wine Region. We start where everything begins – the vineyard. In Fontanelas, we will be able to enjoy the centennial vines of the Ramisco grape variety which origin the Colares wines. After this visit, we will go to Adega Viúva Gomes, where our wine course is going to take place. The Colares wine history, the vines and the local grape varieties, the harvest, the winemaking and aging process is some of the information we will receive from the expert.

Cascais for Food & Wine Lovers

Discover Cascais in one day. We start visiting the “lota”,  the Cascais’s fish market where we can fell the colors and listen to the “pregões” (fishmongers sayings). We will enjoy a snack of delicious “joaninha” (egg and almond sweet biscuit ) with a “bica” (expresso coffee).

Cheese and Moscatel

We will start this journey in the morning, at Saint John Square in Palmela with a presentation of some of the bests “moscateis”  ( Moscatel Wines ) in the world.

Setubal

A dive in the blue of Setúbal. Setúbal Bay is considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world. The crystal clear water of its beaches, invite to dive. Our day will start at Port of Setubal. Here, we will board the boat for a short trip where hopefully we will have the opportunity to observe some friendly dolphins that “swim” in the Sado River.

Arrabida

The mysterious of Arrábida. The “Serra da Arrábida” is the biggest Portuguese mountain formation. This mythical mountain has incredible scenery that invites for a walk discovering and listening the sounds of the nature.

The soul of Fado in Lisbon city

In Lisbon… It was on the streets and alleys of Lisbon that the sadness and melancholy, so common in Fado, were first heard. It made difference in some neighborhoods of Lisbon. In this tour, we will visit some of the “bairros típicos” as Mouraria, Castelo and Alfama.

Porto Wine City
Port will always be a synonym for wine, so we began the day with a visit at the cellars located in Vila Nova de Gaia. These cellars date from 1588. They are the oldest ones in the region.
Douro and Cheese
Let’s spend a day in Douro Valley. We will visit three beautiful wineries to sample sparkling wine, Port, local wine and ‘vinho verde’ a young or green wine. Called ‘adegas,’ the Portuguese wine estates are as much of an attraction as the robust wine they produce – steeped in history and surrounded by heart-stopping countryside. Soak up the scenery as well as the wine, and enjoy a traditional 3-course lunch and cheese-tasting session, too.
Porto your way
Eat your way around Porto on this must-do 4-hour food tour, visiting the city’s top cafés and markets. Discover belt-busting Portuguese classics like the ‘Francesinha’ sandwich, and sample seductively sweet custard tarts in a Belle Époque eatery. With an expert guide at your side, sample the city’s most famous export – Port – while hearing the history of the country’s much-loved gastronomy.
Porto Ribeira and PortWine Cellars
Start your day meeting our private guide that will be at your disposal and will lead you throughout the entire visit! Start your walking tour of the Historical Porto City Centre, which was considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, at the São Bento train station, one of the most beautiful train stations in Portugal.
Porto and Lisbon Tour
5 nights/ 6 days
In the afternoon with your local guide take a first inside to Lisbon in a walking tour through the narrow streets and alleys of this beautiful city! Enjoy some of the most well located viewpoints where you can appreciate the most beautiful views. Finish directly at your dinner place, a charming Pateo where you will indulge in the most typical of all Lisbon’s dishes: Caldo Verde, grilled Sardines, and pork meat, Salad made of roasted green peppers and the famous Leite Crème – Crème Brulée – Portuguese style.
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