Guided private tour
Transfer from Lisbon International Airport to a 4 star Hotel in Lisbon city centre.
Have dinner while enjoying a beautiful Fado Show, which is an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO since 2011.
We will start our journey in Lisbon wine-region with a visit to a very special wine-producer, known by its organic kind of agriculture. Our lunch will take place in this beautiful winery, where you can enjoy a delicious cod pairing with the best wines.
During the afternoon we are going to visit one of the biggest producers in the region with very sophisticated techniques and amazing wines.
Our day will end in the medieval village of Óbidos – surrounded by the castle walls, this village was nominated as one of Portugal 7 wonders.
Our journey begins in Belém, a very important site during the Portuguese discoveries and World Heritage site by UNESCO since 1983. Here you will have the chance of visiting St. Jerome Monastery and relax by the river, while having a Belém sweet custard tart along with a Port wine tasting.
We will have lunch in Lisbon’s downtown area inside Mary II 18th century theatre. Lisbon is famous for its hills and we will end our day by visiting some of them, such as Lisbon’s Cathedral and the old neighborhood of Alfama.
Start the day by visiting one of the largest private estates in Portugal, with a beautiful expanse of dunes and beaches. We invite you to have a traditional Portuguese lunch at the beach, literally with your feet in the sand.
During the afternoon we will explore the breathtaking landscapes of Arrábida Mountain and taste the regional delicacies: Moscatel sweet wine and Torta de Azeitão, a delicious egg sweet pie roll.
Visit the magic village of Sintra, full with romantic architecture and amazing palaces. A guided tour inside Pena Palace is included and followed by a traditional Portuguese lunch.
In the afternoon we will visit the “most western vineyards in Europe”, in the region of Colares and have a wine-tasting. The last stop of our tour will be in the picturesque fisherman village of Cascais.
Traveling towards south, to Alentejo Region, we are going to meet the oldest wine producer in Estremoz, a medieval town known by its castle, wine and marble production. After a guided tour in the winery, a wine tasting and an exquisite lunch of traditional Alentejo cuisine, we are going to visit the most important Alentejo city – Évora (UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986).
For your last day in Portugal we have prepared a unique visit to one of the smallest wine producers in the country, located in a picturesque Portuguese village. After the visit and the wine-tasting, we are going to visit Mafra Convent – a 18th century masterpiece of the Portuguese baroque period.
You can take the afternoon to restore your energies and prepare your- self for an exquisite farewell dinner that we have prepared specially for your last night in this unforgettable country.
Check-out from Lisbon Hotel and transfer to Lisbon’s International Airport.
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We would love to welcome you in Portugal!