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Discover Portugal with this active family-friendly itinerary!

Immerse your family with great adventures! Discover the tastes of Lisbon with its most delicious cafes and pastry shops, learn the recipes of the traditional Portuguese sweets while providing your kids a fun cooking workshop, have them exploring the royal palace together with the Queen, explore the Safari Park of Badoca and feed the giraffes and zebras, horse riding adventure with a beautiful ocean scenery, laugh with your kids while trying to catch a sea bass or a snapper, explore the battlements and towers of the most beautiful hilltop castles, explore the farmers' market and purchase some fresh apples, plums, watermelons and figs from Portuguese farmers, play at quiet and relaxing beaches at the west coast! 


All organized to perfection with a unique selection of sites, activities, experiences, and family friendly hotels in Portugal that will leave fun memories and keep on talking about, long after the trip.

Arrival Private Transfer from Lisbon Airport to Hotel

Upon arrival in Lisbon, you will be greeted by our Driver. Relax and let our professional driver take you to your destination, in a safe and comfortable vehicle.

Lisbon is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe! With blue skies almost all year round and a mild winter, Lisbon offers breathtaking panoramas of the city and the river, a picturesque setting, where old trams take us from the narrow cobbled streets up to the excellent new hotels in broad boulevards, with fabulous shopping opportunities of famous griffes and a fantastic nightlife.

DISCOVERING LISBON

Lisbon is a city that makes you want to go exploring, to discover whatever might appear in every neighborhood, on every street. It’s a safe and friendly city, relatively small but with so much to see. It’s an ideal place to spend a few days or as a starting point for touring the country. It’s old. It’s modern. It is, without doubt, always surprising.

You can choose a topic or a theme to explore it. The range is wide: Roman Lisbon, Manueline, Baroque or Romantic Lisbon, literary Lisbon, the Lisbon of Bohemian nightlife, the city of Fado. And there are also very different ways of exploring: by foot, by tram, by Segway, by hop-on-hop-off bus, in a tuk-tuk, seen from the river on a boat trip or from the other side, after crossing the Tagus on a cacilheiro ferry... the suggestions are endless.

Experience our Half-day Foodie's Walking Tour in Lisbon, with a local Foodie Tour Guide.

Our guide will meet you at your hotel to take you to visit some of the most traditional cafes, bars and boutique shops in Lisbon while tasting some delicious specialties of Lisbon (and Portugal). The tour will start at the lobby of your hotel and take through the most iconic quarters of Lisbon, such as Baixa, Chiado and Bairro Alto.

Examples of Sites: Grocery Shop "Manteigaria Silva", established in 1890 | Liquor Shop “A Ginjinha”, established in 1840 | Cafe “Nicola” | Bookstore and Tabaco Shop “Monaco”, established in 1875 | Canned Fish shop "Conserveira de Lisboa" | Farmers’ Market of Mercado da Ribeira | "Casa das Vellas Loreto” The oldest shop in Lisbon selling candles, since 1789 | Pastry Shop "Manteigaria Uniao" | Cafe “Brasileira” | Portuguese Vintage and Antiques Store "A Vida Portuguesa" | Pastry Shop “Alcoa” | Traditional Tavern and Restaurant "Beira Gare".

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.

 


Driver at disposal in Lisbon

A professional driver at disposal driving a Mercedes or Similar Sedan or Van, for 8 hours.

Private guided tour to Lisbon Oceanarium

Enjoy a private complete tour of the Oceanário, where you will become closely acquainted with the 8,000 animals and plants (belonging to approximately 500 species) featured in the permanent exhibition and visit the fantastic world of tropical forests, featured in the temporary exhibition, which boasts more than 10,000 tropical fish.

Traditional Portuguese Desserts Workshop

Traditional Portuguese convent confectionery desserts are a world of sweet temptations! Rich and diverse, these traditional century-old recipes have originated in convents (formerly enveloped in secrecy) and even though they have been passed generation by generation, they have resisted the test of time and are still very much a staple at Portuguese tables. During this workshop, we will tell you all about the history behind these desserts and teach you three of the most traditional recipes and techniques.

Private thematic visit to Ajuda National Palace, guided by "Queen D. Maria Pia Savoy"

This is a fun and interactive visit with a professional actress who plays the character of the Portuguese Queen, guiding the group in a personalized way, with a "Royal Ballet" dance workshop.

Holding hands with the Queen D. Maria Pia de Saboia, wife of/married to king D. Luis I, children are invited to discover all the delights of the unique Royal Palace that is nowadays open for visits in Lisbon.  Where did the kings used to sleep? Where did they used to celebrate Christmas, their birthdays and Carnival? What did the little princes used to play with? Where is the bear that protects the Queen?

For the evening, you will be having dinner and Fado Show at a Traditional Restaurant.

You may choose to have a driver at disposal during the night or head to the Fado Restaurant by your own means. We'll arrange all the details about your reservation.

Fado is a music genre which can be traced to the 1820s in Lisbon, but probably with much earlier origins. Commonly regarded as simply a form of song which can be about anything, in popular belief, fado is characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the life of the poor, and infused with a sentiment of resignation, fatefulness, and melancholia. This is loosely captured by the Portuguese word saudade, or "longing", symbolizing a feeling of loss (a permanent, irreparable loss and its consequent lifelong damage).

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Full day Private Tour to Sintra and Cascais

This tour will take you on a full-day journey exploring the Atlantic Coast through Estoril and Cascais, as well as the Natural Park of Sintra and its lovely UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The drive from Lisbon to Cascais will cover the scenic road named "Marginal". Used by the Portuguese running always parallel to the white sandy beaches and amazing 17th-century fortresses starting at the town of Estoril with its famous casino.

Situated close to the sea and traditionally a fishing village, CASCAIS enjoyed an important period of development in the 14th century, when it was a major stopping off point for boats on their way to Lisbon, turning it into a very busy port at that time. Continue through the coast until you reach the beach of Guincho.

Lunch | Free time or recommendation for a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, you will continue to Sintra. Time to visit the Historical Centre of Sintra, with its traditional narrow streets full of flowers and local craft shops, viewpoints, with a stop at the traditional sweets and Ginjinha (cherry liqueur). Next, our guide will escort you inside the Pena Royal Palace with a guided tour to Pena Royal Palace, in the top10 of the most beautiful palaces in the world! Finish the day will an incredible guided tour to Regaleira Palace And Gardens, a place with a spirit of its own. Explore its gardens and grottoes.

Half Day Private Fishing Experience in Cascais

Enjoy a unique and genuine experience in Portugal! Fishing in Cascais area is one of the best feelings, as you can not only witness a lovely landscape but also have an adventure at the coast of Cascais and try to get the best catch! Fishing in Cascais gives you the experience to catch a big variety of species, such as Sardines, Mackerels, Octopus, Seabass, and the Bream. Meeting point at Marina of Cascais.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Escorted Driving Services OR Self-drive

This tour package is flexible as far as driving is concerned. You may choose to have a professional driver with you throughout the entire itinerary. Therefore you may have your peace of mind! Don't worry about the timings, rental car insurance or possible damage, fastest or safest routes, police, speed limits, parking, tolls, etc.

Drive to the Nature Park of Arrabida, for a Private Kayak Experience at Portinho da Arrabida Beach

Once you get to the beach, please phone our local guide. Instructions will be provided. This beautiful Natural Park is always a great surprise! Canoeing is an open-air activity that allows you to connect with the environment.

Discover the beach of Portinho da Arrabida and its coastline by sea, admire the beautiful cliffs, caves and hidden beaches. Kayaking is one of the best ways to discover the impressive coastline of Arriba. The fact of not having the noise of a motor gives you an even nicer way to admire the beautiful cliffs, caves and hidden beaches. The kayak tour from Portinho da Arrábida takes around 2 hours and includes stops at beautiful beaches for resting and snorkeling. The whole family is welcome. 

Private Safari VIP at Badoca Animal Park

Prepare to set out to a great adventure! Discover the African Savannah guided by a ranger, on a private jeep, for a dazzling experience where you will have the chance to interact with the giraffes, zebras, antelopes, ostriches, and buffaloes. Should you have any specific request, please inform the ranger and he will take you as close as possible to that animal.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Horse Riding and Stand Up Paddle at the Lagoon of Santo André and Alentejo Coast.

Learn the basics of riding and set out to this adventure along the coast.  First, you'll have a guided horse-riding tour along the wonderful coast of Alentejo. Riding a horse frees us from the tensions that we accumulate in everyday life, providing us with immense well-being. Feel surrounded by nature, the space around you, the purity of the air, the immense sky, the forest, the birds, the sea ... this is a call from nature.

Horse riding on the beach is also an opportunity to discover the beach flora, wonderful botanical species that make the landscape so beautiful!

Stand Up Paddle in the Nature Reserve of the Lagoons of Santo André and Sancha.

After the horse riding tour, at the exact site, you'll have a Stand-Up Paddle Experience in the lake. A different tour guide will accompany you through this activity, explain the route and how to control your balance on top of the board.

Located in the Alentejo, the Natural Reserve of the Lagoons of Santo André and Sancha occupies part of the Alentejo coast. The Natural Reserve is made up of the Santo André Lagoon, the largest lagoon on the Alentejo coast with around 500 hectares, and the smaller Sancha Lagoon (15 hectares). Its protected status recognizes the high ecological value of these two wetlands and their surrounding areas, which also include its magnificent sand dunes.

Free afternoon.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Privately Guided Walking Tour In Évora

This tour invites you to explore the medieval city of Évora, classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage City, due to its excellent preservation along the centuries. An open-air museum according to UNESCO since 1986. Its walls have been guarding the streets and building practically unaltered throughout the centuries. 

Feel the atmosphere of this town! After reaching the walled city our guide will invite you to visit the enigmatic church of St. Francis and its Chapel of the Bones. Continue up the narrow streets of the old town reaching the Giraldo square where the Inquisition once had its headquarters. Visit the millennium-old Roman Temple and visit the interior of the 13th-century cathedral. In the 16th century, Évora thrived with culture and tradition in its university as much as it still does today. Finish your walking tour with the wonderful 16th-century university, once a prestigious Jesuit college.

Visit the Castles of Marvão and Castelo de Vide

Climbing up to the Castle Marvão

Anyone who knows Marvão will certainly say that you are at such a height that you can see the backs of the birds flying by. And it is quite true. Just go up to the Castle and enjoy the immense scenery.

This medieval walled town is one of Portugal’s treasures, where you are welcomed and feel a limitless tranquillity. Marvão is known for its narrow streets and picturesque recesses, its Manueline pillory, and its Gothic windows and wrought iron balconies.

From Marvão, you may continue to the town of Castelo de Vide.

The castle surrounded by whitewashed houses stands out in the landscape and comes as a surprise. A greater surprise, however, is in the town itself, where one of the best preserved Jewish quarters in Portugal can be found.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


In the morning, start your day visiting Tomar!

The former seat of the Order of the Knights Templar, Tomar is a city of great charm for its artistic and cultural wealth, whose greatest expression is in the Convent of Christ, one of the chief works of the Portuguese Renaissance. 

Climbing up to the Templar castle and discovering the monumental work of the Convent of Christ is a must. The Charola (Rotunda) is the oldest part. This Templar chapel was built in the 12th century, like the castle, which was at the time the Kingdom’s most up-to-date and advanced military set-up, inspired by the fortifications of the Holy Land.

Tomar has not only witnessed the fighting of the Christian Reconquest in the 12th century but also preserves an interesting testimony to the Jewish religion, in the old 15th-century Synagogue, currently the Abraão Zacuto Luso-Hebrew Museum, devoted to this distinguished 15th-century astronomer and mathematician. Located in the former Rua da Judiaria, it contains a valuable documentary and epigraphic collection. Note the holes at each corner which were used to place earthen jugs on the wall in order to improve the acoustic conditions of the house.

Visit Fátima

The apparitions of Fatima have developed immensely the local town into one of the largest centers of Marian cult in the world. The major manifestations of devotees are held at May 13 and 13 October (the Procession of candles takes places on the day 12, and the Farewell procession takes place on the day 13, thus ending the celebrations). Visit the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima: This Marian pilgrimage center evokes the apparitions of our Lady to three Shepherd children Lucia, Francisco, and Jacinta, occurred in 1917 and recognized in 1930. The site was a country ground called Cova da Iria and belonged to Lucia parents, who later donated it to the sanctuary. It was here that the first appearance took place.

Visit Batalha

Built in 1386 to keep a vow by Portuguese King Dom João I to the Virgin Mary that he would build it if Portugal defeated Castile at the Battle of Aljubarrota on 14th August 1385. The Monastery of Batalha, a masterpiece of Portuguese Gothic, is a magnificent piece of architecture that combines various influences from its lengthy period of construction, which lasted several reigns. Outstanding in the interior are the Founders' Chapel with its fine stained-glass windows, the cloisters, the Unfinished Chapels with their Manueline and Flemish Gothic features and the Chapter House.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


 

 

Visit the Traditional Farmers' Market of Caldas da Rainha

Although there are no historical records of such an offering, the truth is that the Street Market from Caldas da Rainha, commonly known as Fruit Square, continues to run daily in the primitive place where it began its activity during the 15th century. Every day of the week the colored benches are assembled, giving place to the only Daily Outdoor Market in Portugal. The habits of the farmers and other producers have been maintained for six centuries, making this market a truly unique experience.

Visit the Castle of Obidos

The medieval town of Óbidos is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal.

Quite close to the capital and located on high ground near the Atlantic coast, Óbidos has had a strategic importance in the territory. It had already been settled prior to the Romans’ arrival in the Iberian Peninsula, and the town prospered after being chosen by the royal family. King Dinis offered it to his wife, Queen Isabel, in the 13th century, and it became part of Casa das Rainhas (Queens’ Estate), who improved and enriched it throughout the various dynasties. This is one of the main reasons for the high concentration of churches in this small place.

The local cuisine features bouillabaisse made with fish from the Óbidos Lagoon, which will taste even better if accompanied by the wines of the region of Oeste. Another attraction is the famous Ginjinha de Óbidos (sour cherry brandy), which can be enjoyed in various places, preferably drunk from a small chocolate cup.

Visit Nazare fishing town

Nazaré beach, with its mild climate and natural beauty, has one of the most ancient traditions connected to fishing in Portugal. The long sandy half-moon shaped beach, which is also the town’s seafront, is known for its grandeur and for the brightly-colored awnings that decorate the white sandy beaches, contrasting with the blue of the water.

This is the beach in Portugal that retains the more colorful fishing traditions, and it’s not uncommon to encounter fishmongers who still wear the traditional seven skirts. 

These days, Nazaré’s major attractions are the waves and surfing, thanks to the "Nazaré Canyon", a submarine geomorphological phenomenon that allows the formation of perfect giant waves. It is the largest underwater canyon in Europe, about 170 kilometers along the coast, reaching a depth of 5,000 meters. 

Play, run, jump and laugh at the beaches of São Martinho and Foz do Arelho.

Time to relax in the beach of São Martinho do Porto, the sands here continue for an approximate 3 kilometers forming a shell shape around the sheltered bay that is home to São Martinho do Porto Beach. The calm sea represents the perfect conditions for both children and nautical sports such as windsurfing, sailing, and canoeing.

On the confluence between the Óbidos Lagoon and the sea, Foz do Arelho Beach throws up the choice between two very different types of beach. On the one side the Lagoon, a place of great natural beauty with its banks covered in thick vegetation and its gentle waters ideal for children and windsurfing, benefiting from the breeze that normally blows here.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Half Day Private Guided Tour in Coimbra

Welcome to the capital of Beira Litoral Province, named Aeminium by the Romans in 400ad, was also the former capital of the Kingdom of Portugal. One of the most beautiful cities of Portugal, keeps several historical monuments, medieval churches, and the most important library in Portugal! Stored treasures and rare single volumes from various fields of knowledge. Coimbra, located on the River Mondego, is in the geographical center of Portugal, it has more charm in the streets of the famous academic republics, medieval narrow streets, with courtyards, arches, and eaves flowers, cafes, galleries and bookstores.

Coimbra also housed the forbidden love of King Pedro I and the Spanish Galicia Lady Inês de Castro, who was executed by order of King Afonso IV, who saw the danger in this love of a subjugation to Castile. Inspiring poets and writers, its history remains part of the city's heritage.

Entering the city of Coimbra we’ll find several traces of the past. Nevertheless, there’s still a blow of youthfulness with the big student community arriving every year to the old University. This monument should indeed be one of the highlights of your visit and you cannot miss the University chapel and its Baroque library. 

Visit Aveiro to discover a landscape dominated by water. 

Aveiro, next to the sea and the ria (estuary), is crossed by a network of channels through which moliceiros (local boats) meander. These slim, colorful vessels used to be used to collect algae and seaweed, and today are for sightseeing trips. Aveiro has a number of buildings in Art Nouveau style that are worth seeing. Many are situated along the main channel, but there are some off the beaten track and in other locations. The location of the buildings is indicated in a guide available at the Tourist Office and you can get to know this style even better in the Museum dedicated to it.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Visit a traditional Wine Estate - Quinta da Covela

Included:

  • Private Visit with wine expert
  • Tasting of 5 premium wines
  • Full Course Meal (starters, main dish and dessert paired with wines from the estate)

Dating from the 1500s, the ruins of the old, stone Casa de Covela, today composed of the facade of the original Renaissance manor house and the more recent chapel of St. Quiteria, bear witness to the centuries-old agricultural and cultural importance of the estate.

At the end of the 1980s Quinta de Covela was acquired by businessman Nuno Araújo who invested heavily in the estate's vines and wines, and created the brand Covela. Over the next years, the wines gained a reputation nationally and internationally with their modern labels and distinct blends. Finally, in 2007, with the classification as a biodynamic producer, Covela cemented its place among the vanguard of winemakers in Portugal.

Stand-Up-Paddle in the Douro River

Paddle upstream towards the mouth of the Tua River, one hour to navigate upstream and one hour to navigate downstream, in one of the most beautiful sections of the Douro Valley. You’ll see plenty of vineyards, terraces, villages and towns and 18th and 19th century real estates part of the wine industry.

This is a unique landscape, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Private Yoga Experience in the Douro Valley

Enjoy a private Yoga experience in the Douro Valley with a Yoga teacher. The Douro presents wonderful and unique landscapes, one should take advantage of this setting to breathe in the pure air, feel the river breeze and hear the sound of swifts and sparrows flying around you!

This experience will be led by an experienced Yoga teacher who will be waiting for you at a carefully selected point or venue, where you will have a relaxing family workshop!

We recommend two different levels. Please choose which one fits best your profile:

Ahstanga Yoga - Gymnastic exercises and stretching practiced in combination with breathing work
and ancient yoga philosophy.

Hatha Yoga – Is a class focused on improving strength, flexibility, and endurance in equal
measure. A gentle yet demanding class, suitable for everyone.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Visit the charming town of Amarante

Amarante is a small town located at the foot of the Douro Valley, being a very central place, it is a perfect starting point to explore both the Douro Valley and the city of Porto. The River Tâmega runs through the town and crossing this waterway is an arched bridge, the São Gonçalo Bridge

Nowadays, cafes and restaurants make the most of their riverside location. Buried in the chapel of a church and monastery now bearing his name, São Gonçalo is a well-known local saint strongly venerated. Born here in the 12th century and his ability to heal the sick persons, earned him his special status.

Visit the Cradle of Portugal - Guimarães

Guimarães is considered the birthplace of Portugal because Afonso Henriques, who came to be the first king of Portugal, was born here.

The historical center in the area that was within the Guimarães city walls, is associated with the formation and identity of Portugal and was classified a World Heritage site based on the originality and authenticity applied in its restoration. The city still has a harmonious, well-preserved heritage that is evident in the graceful iron verandas, granite balconies, and porticos, mansions, arches connecting the narrow streets, paving slabs smoothed by time, towers and cloisters. For a moment you might imagine yourself to be in a medieval setting, where the nobility built their houses over time.

Viana do Castelo - A city of traditions and great medieval charm

Viana do Castelo is one of the most beautiful cities in the north of Portugal. Its involvement in the Portuguese Discoveries and, later on, cod fishing shows its traditional connection to the sea.

The special geographical situation of the city, next to the sea and to the mouth of the river Lima, can be seen from the Santa Luzia hill. This stunning view and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a revivalist building by Ventura Terra, of 1898, could be your starting point for visiting the city.

Viana is rich in palaces emblazoned with coats of arms, churches and monasteries, monumental fountains and water features that constitute a wealth of heritage worth visiting. At the Tourist Office, you can ask for a brochure and choose a route inspired by Manueline, Renaissance, Baroque, Art Deco or tile architecture. 

Viana - also known for its filigree gold work - has maintained its traditions, as can be seen in the Museu do Traje (costume and gold museum), the Municipal Museum (emphasis on the typical Viana tableware that is displayed here) and the ship Gil Eanes

But Viana do Castelo is also considered a "Mecca of Architecture" thanks to the many important names in contemporary Portuguese architecture who have designed the city’s amenities and spaces. This is the case of the Praça da Liberdade by Fernando Távora, the Library by Álvaro Siza Vieira, the Youth Hostel by Carrilho da Graça, the Axis Hotel by Jorge Albuquerque and also the Viana do Castelo Cultural Centre, by Souto Moura, amongst many others.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Full Day Porto "A journey to the past and present" - Privately guided tour

Porto is a charming town, situated on the slopes of the Douro River. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its beautiful monuments and historic buildings such as the imposing Cathedral and the Tower of Clerics, Porto is the second largest city of Portugal with superb views over the river and the world-famous Port Wine Cellars on the opposite bank, in Vila Nova de Gaia. The city provides a harmonious synthesis of ancient and contemporary attractions. 

Fiercely proud of their heritage, the citizens of this merchant town have invested their blood and sweat in their commerce and wine. Nightclubs and restaurants mingle with cathedrals, churches, and museums in narrow alleys and broad avenues. There are many cafes around the city, where you can relax after strolling the many hills of Porto. With your guide, you will explore the city center and its many attractions.

World of Discoveries, Interactive Museum and Theme Park

Welcome to this Interactive Museum and Theme Park that recreates the fantastic odyssey of the Portuguese navigators, crossing oceans to discover an unknown world. At this museum the multimedia content provides a multi-sensorial experience. Some of the technological features as 4D Globes and Fog Screens are completely unprecedented in the country. For the first time in Portugal, as happens with the world renowned "Pirates of the Caribbean”, the World of Discoveries,  tells stories based on meticulously prepared life-size scenarios that are built in a creative way, inviting the visitor to travel in time.

Private visit to Taylors Port Wine Lodge

Included:

  • Private Visit with wine expert
  • Wine Tasting of 4 Premium Wines - Signature Tasting - CHIP DRY, LBV, TAWNY 10 YEAR, TAYLOR’S VINTAGE 2009

About the Port Wine Lodge:

Taylor’s Port wine cellars in the heart of the historic area of Vila Nova de Gaia, across the river from the old city centre of Oporto, house most of the company’s extensive reserves of wood aged Port as well its Vintage Port cellars. The cellars are long cool, dark warehouses, their thick granite walls and high ceilings helping to keep out the heat and maintain an even temperature throughout the year.

This ensures that the wines age slowly, gradually acquiring the sublime complex flavours and aromas of maturity. Wines in the cellars age either in cask or in vat. Casks are seasoned oak barrels usually holding around 630 litres of wine. They are used mainly to age Tawny Ports, in particular the smooth and mellow 10, 20, 30 and 40 Year Old Tawnies of which Taylor is the leading producer.

While Port matures in wood, a small proportion is lost each year to evaporation. The part which evaporates – commonly known as the ‘angel’s share’ – is composed of moisture and spirit. As a result, the aromatic components which remain in the wine gradually become more concentrated as it ages. The evaporation of the spirit causes the development of the black ’Angel’s share fungus’, Baudoinia compniacensis, on the roof tiles of the lodges, making it easy to see from the air where the wine is stored.

Accommodation in one of our suggested Luxury, Premium or Boutique Hotels.


Departure Private Transfer from Hotel to Porto Airport

Meet and Greet our driver at the lobby of your hotel. Relax and let our professional driver take you to your destination, in a safe and comfortable vehicle.


Cultural Romântico Natureza Motorista Self-Drive

Recommended periods for this trip:
January to December

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Includes:
 12 nights in double room, with breakfast, in suggested accommodation
 Car rental if required
 All activities specified in the itinerary
 All private guided visits specified in the itinerary
 All meals specified in the itinerary
 App with full itinerary, useful information and tips on the destination
 24 hour support
 Local taxes
 Travel insurance

Excludes:
 Meals not mentioned as included
 Optional visits not included in your itinerary
 Gratuities
 Personal expenses
 City tax, which must be paid locally
 Flights to and from Portugal


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