Have you ever thought about romantic Portugal as your next destination for great food, fine wine and unique culture? Look no further for your European vacation! Trendy riverside Porto, hilly picturesque Lisbon, stunning terraced Douro Valley vineyards and the relaxing wild coast of Algarve will make your Portuguese wine, food & cultural tour with us a truly unforgettable experience!
Get your camera ready – capture typical Portuguese blue azulejo tiles which decorate everything from churches, to palaces, houses and train stations. Photograph Sintra’s fairytale palace and pastel villas set amidst the pine covered hills. Sail a Rabelo boat along the meandering Douro river from Porto to Pinhao, a trip with breathtaking views. Walk along the stunning golden cliffs and admire the turquoise sea with its architectural sea caves.
Discover unique Portuguese food – from the iconic salted cod to Azeitao cheeses and Lisbon custard tarts, there are a wealth of flavours to be tried in Portugal!
Get surprised with quality local wines – the Douro Valley was declared one of the first wine-producing regions of the world and today, port wine is more renowned than ever. In the Alentejo wine region, talented winemakers create fabulous and elegant reds and the fresh and delightfully aromatic vinho verde, pairs perfectly with seafood dishes.
Feel the nostalgia of Fado – immerse yourself in Portuguese history and culture, deeply anchored in the past glory of the nation’s navigators and colonists, tour medieval castles, Roman temples, Moorish white-washed houses and Jewish Heritage sites and synagogues.
Make the most of your vacation visiting Porto, the Douro Valley wine region, beautiful Lisbon and Sintra, historical Evora and the postcard-perfect Algarve coast. Let us take you on a private bespoke tour of Portugal, to discover this tiny but unique country, and experience the authenticity of Portuguese culture, food and wine.
“Any sizeable Portuguese town looks like a superstitious bride’s finery – something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.”
– Mary McCarthy