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Lisbon Small-Group Portuguese Food and Wine Tour

Lisbon Small-Group Portuguese Food and Wine Tour - Lisboa, Portugal
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Lisboa, Portugal

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$50.26

Enjoy the flavors of Portuguese cuisine on a small-group gourmet Portuguese food and wine tour of Lisbon! Visit traditional eateries and taste some of Portugal’s delicacies as your guide gives you tips on how to appreciate Portuguese wine and food. As you walk through the streets and visit the pastry, wine and cheese shops, sample some of the products and get advice from your guide on where to eat for the rest of your trip!

On this small-group gourmet tour of Lisbon, wind your way through the city’s beautiful streets and get a taste for the local cuisine with stops at traditional restaurants and bars, sampling delicacies like petiscos. Find out about Lisbon’s great cafés, such as the 18th-century Café Nicola — one of Lisbon’s most literary cafés and a place for tertúlias — and discover why Pastelaria Suiça is another landmark of Rossio ... More info ›

Enjoy the flavors of Portuguese cuisine on a small-group gourmet Portuguese food and wine tour of Lisbon! Visit traditional eateries and taste some of Portugal’s delicacies as your guide gives you tips on how to appreciate Portuguese wine and food. As you walk through the streets and visit the pastry, wine and cheese shops, sample some of the products and get advice from your guide on where to eat for the rest of your trip!

On this small-group gourmet tour of Lisbon, wind your way through the city’s beautiful streets and get a taste for the local cuisine with stops at traditional restaurants and bars, sampling delicacies like petiscos. Find out about Lisbon’s great cafés, such as the 18th-century Café Nicola — one of Lisbon’s most literary cafés and a place for tertúlias — and discover why Pastelaria Suiça is another landmark of Rossio.

Try the famous Portuguese Codfish Cake with a glass of refreshing Green Wine, and learn about the Bairro Alto quarter. In the 20th century, the Bairro Alto became Lisbon’s bohemian quarter and the center for nightlife, full of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Stop at an atmospheric wine bar in the Bairro Alto for tapas and a glass of local white wine. Visit one of the most famous restaurants in Lisbon, Cervejaria da Trindade (brewery), famous for its seafood and steaks.

Then it’s on to the steps of Calçada do Duque, two areas with a great variety of restaurants and nice views of the city. Learn the secrets of success at Manteigaria Silva, open since 1908, and see the delicious products on display, such as sausages, hams, and cheeses. Here, learn the history of Port, Portugal’s famous fortified wine, as you try it with a piece of delicious São Jorge cheese. Later, compare your Port with a typical Portuguese cherry brandy at A Ginjinha, and try a bacalhau fish cake at Tendinha.

Continue to Portas de Santo Antão Street, one of the city’s main entrances, the Gates of Santo Antão. Finish your gourmet tour with a light meal (bread, cheese, sausage, and other local products) and a glass of Alentejo wine at the Neo-Moorish Casa do Alentejo, a 17th-century palace with one of the most intriguing interiors in the city.

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A Passion For Wine - Private Wine Tour to Azeitao

A Passion For Wine - Private Wine Tour to Azeitao - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$139.60

Enjoy a relaxing day as you head into the Portuguese countryside on a Private Wine Tour to Azeitao. Visit Bacalhoa Palace and sample the local Portuguese wines at two wineries ... More info ›

Enjoy a relaxing day as you head into the Portuguese countryside on a Private Wine Tour to Azeitao. Visit Bacalhoa Palace and sample the local Portuguese wines at two wineries. You even have an opportunity to taste the famous Azeitao cheese at your second winery stop.

On this private chauffeur-guided day tour you will be able to sample a small taste of what this region has to offer.

This relaxed tour is for those who want to know how Portuguese wines are made, or those who simply enjoy indulging in a sip or two. You will visit two wineries and a historic monument, Bacalhoa Palace.

At the first winery visited, you can see the grand daughter of the unique three who survived the atomic bomb in Japan. You will visit inside the winery and admire several tiles as well.

The second winery is one of the oldest in Portugal. Here you can taste wines made with an old technique. If you wish you can also taste the famous Azeitao cheese with the wine, one of the most famous cheeses in Alentejo.

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Hard Rock Cafe Lisbon Including Meal

Hard Rock Cafe Lisbon Including Meal  - Lisboa, Portugal
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Lisboa, Portugal

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$22.11

Lisbon, the dazzling city that stretches along the banks of the river Tagus before it meets the Atlantic Ocean, has been the capital of Portugal since 1255. The charm of the Portuguese capital resides in its strong links to the past - restored palaces, majestic churches and an imposing hilltop castle reflect the city's rich cultural heritage.

Hard Rock Cafe Lisbon, located downtown at Av ... More info ›

Lisbon, the dazzling city that stretches along the banks of the river Tagus before it meets the Atlantic Ocean, has been the capital of Portugal since 1255. The charm of the Portuguese capital resides in its strong links to the past - restored palaces, majestic churches and an imposing hilltop castle reflect the city's rich cultural heritage.

Hard Rock Cafe Lisbon, located downtown at Av. da Liberdade just off "Praca dos Restauradores", completes the ultimate Discovery of our Modern Times and launches you into an atmosphere of electrifying and priceless rock 'n' roll memorabilia. Offering trendy merchandise, thirst quenching drinks and great food all enjoyed in an atmosphere of high energy music, frequent live music events and completed by Hard Rock Cafe's famous service, the Hard Rock Cafe Lisbon is the place to be!

Choose from two different menus – the 2-course Gold or 3-course Diamond – and then sit back, relax and enjoy your meal. The cafe also has an on-site store, which you can explore after your meal if you wish.

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One day Tour Lisboa to Douro 14 Hours

One day Tour Lisboa to Douro 14 Hours  - Lisbon, Portugal

Duration: 14 hours
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$111.68

We will visit one of the most beautiful regions of Portugal and taste the famous Port Wine.

A fantastic day that will stay in your memory forever

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Stop At: The Douro Valley, Lugar Da Ponte, Pinhao 5085-060 Portugal

The river Douro is a river that rises in Spain at a height of 2160 meters and crosses the north of Portugal to its mouth near the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia. It is the third most extensive river of the Iberian peninsula ... More info ›

We will visit one of the most beautiful regions of Portugal and taste the famous Port Wine.

A fantastic day that will stay in your memory forever

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Stop At: The Douro Valley, Lugar Da Ponte, Pinhao 5085-060 Portugal

The river Douro is a river that rises in Spain at a height of 2160 meters and crosses the north of Portugal to its mouth near the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia. It is the third most extensive river of the Iberian peninsula. It has 897 km of length, 572 km in Spanish soil, 213 km navigable in Portuguese territory. Its banks were protected by the creation of the natural parks of the International Douro in Portugal and Arribas do Douro in Spain.

On 14 December 2001, UNESCO included the Alto Douro Wine Region (45 ° 68'N, 5 ° 93'W) in the list of World Heritage sites in the category of cultural landscape.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: The Douro Valley, Lugar Da Ponte, Pinhao 5085-060 Portugal

The villagebof Pinhão is located on the north bank of the river Douro, being the center of the demarcated region of the Port Wine and the place where several estates of Port wine are located.

The landscape of Pinhão is classified by UNESCO as a cultural heritage of humanity.

The railway station of Pinhão is known for its 24 panels of tiles, which depict landscapes of the Douro and aspects of the vintage.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ponte Pedonal Metalica de Peso da Regua, Beside of N2 bridge Train, Peso Da Regua 5100-836 Portugal

The Peso da Régua (often known by the syncopated form of Régua) with 17 131 inhabitants

It is also known as the international capital of wine and vineyards.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Santuario Nossa Senhora dos Remedios, Caminho Nossa Senhora dos Remedios, Lamego 5100-025 Portugal

The Shrine of Our Lady of Remedies is located in the City of Lamego

At the top of St. Stephen's Hill, the shrine is now an integral part of the city's panorama to which it is connected by a scenographic staircase.

Popular devotion in the place dates back to a chapel, under the invocation of St. Stephen, erected in 1361.

the sixteenth century, threatening to ruin, was demolished (1568), and the construction of a new temple began on the initiative of the bishop of Lamego. In the new hermitage an image of the Virgin and Child was deposited.

The current sanctuary was begun in 1750, and completed only in 1905.

The temple features, in its facade, traces of the Baroque and Rococo style ("rocaille").

Outside, stands the monumental stairway to the sanctuary, with 686 steps, developing into nine flights, ornamented with chapels, statues, fountains and obelisks. At one of these levels - the so-called "Patio of the Kings" - the images of eighteen kings of Israel, belonging to the genealogical tree of the Virgin, stand out.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Private Tour Arrábida Park and Wine Tasting

Private Tour Arrábida Park and Wine Tasting - Vila Nogueira de Azeitao, Portugal

Duration: 9 to 10 hours
Location: Vila Nogueira de Azeitao, Portugal

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$55.84

Come with us to visit the statue of Christ the King, enjoy the Arrabida National Park Mountain with one of the most beautiful view of Atlantic Ocean, feel the zapping of one of the best fish markets in the world that is in the city of Setúbal (top 10 of the best fish markets in the world), see how they are made and artistically paint the Portuguese Tiles Factory, explore the Bacalhoa Palace where our Queen Catarina de Bragança lived before marrying with King Charles II of England, enjoy the Winery and Wine Tasting.

Includes Visit to Wine Cellar, Wine Tasting

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Stop At: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Praceta do Cristo Rei 27A Não é localizado em Lisboa e sim em Almada, Almada 2800-058 Portugal

The statue of Christ the Redeemer, existing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, inspired, in 1934, during a visit to that city.

The monument to Christ the King was also built in fulfillment of a vow formulated by the Portuguese episcopate assembled at Fatima on April 20, 1940, asking God to free Portugal from participating in World War II ... More info ›

Come with us to visit the statue of Christ the King, enjoy the Arrabida National Park Mountain with one of the most beautiful view of Atlantic Ocean, feel the zapping of one of the best fish markets in the world that is in the city of Setúbal (top 10 of the best fish markets in the world), see how they are made and artistically paint the Portuguese Tiles Factory, explore the Bacalhoa Palace where our Queen Catarina de Bragança lived before marrying with King Charles II of England, enjoy the Winery and Wine Tasting.

Includes Visit to Wine Cellar, Wine Tasting

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Stop At: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Praceta do Cristo Rei 27A Não é localizado em Lisboa e sim em Almada, Almada 2800-058 Portugal

The statue of Christ the Redeemer, existing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, inspired, in 1934, during a visit to that city.

The monument to Christ the King was also built in fulfillment of a vow formulated by the Portuguese episcopate assembled at Fatima on April 20, 1940, asking God to free Portugal from participating in World War II. Prime Minister Salazar did not want to violate the old friendship with the United Kingdom, which dates from the 14th century, and preferred to remain neutral, and Portugal did not participate in the war.

The first stone of the monument's construction was launched on December 18, 1949, after the end of the war. It was inaugurated on May 17, 1959

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Parque Natural da Arrabida, Setubal 2900-324 Portugal

The Arrábida Natural Park located in the peninsula of Setúbal, with the altitude of 501 meters.

The fauna and flora is quite diverse, although it has undergone great changes since the 19th century. Until the beginning of the 20th century it was still possible to observe wolves and deer. The natural park of Arrábida is an almost magical and special place, where there are unique species of flora and fauna, such as the only Candidula arrabidensis in the world and that is only in a very special part of the park, it is also possible to observe fireflies one of the endangered species.

About 1,400 plant species are concentrated in this territory, accounting for 40% of Portuguese flora and less than 1% of the country's plant area. It is also the "House" of a very special plant Euphorbia pedroi (the sparvis-do-espichel).

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Mercado do Livramento, Avenida Luisa Todi 157, Setubal 2900-462 Portugal

The fish market of Setubal was considered one of the world's most famous fish markets Top 10 In World. The sardine is the star and the wall tiles also did not escape to USA Today.

Fish markets still exist, but they are not always the first choice when we want to buy sea bass or horse mackerel for dinner. Thinking about the sea, this "precious food source," and the places that keep the tradition of selling what it gives us, USA Today has listed the world's most famous fish markets. Among them is the Livramento market of Setúbal.

The décor of Livramento, the only prominent Portuguese market, also did not escape USA Today. They refer to the walls, covered by the so-called tiles, which depict scenes from everyday life, "like fishing or farming." In the award-winning market are 5700 pieces of tiles.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Bacalhoa Palace and Estate, Estrada Nacional 10, Vila Nogueira de Azeitao 2925-710 Portugal

A Quinta da Bacalhoa é uma antiga propriedade da Casa Real Portuguesa. É considerada a mais formosa quinta da primeira metade do século XVI, ainda existente em Portugal

No século XV pertenceu, como quinta de recreio, a João, Infante de Portugal, filho do rei D. João I.

Em 1936, o Palácio da Bacalhoa foi comprado e restaurado por uma norte-americana, Orlena Scoville, cujo neto se incumbiu da missão de tornar a quinta num dos maiores produtores de vinho de Portugal. Mais tarde o Palácio e a Quinta da Bacalhôa pertenceu a Josè Antonio Borges.

Actualmente a Quinta da Bacalhoa pertence à Fundação Berardo, liderada pela família Berardo, a nona mais rica de Portugal, cujo patriarca é o madeirense Joe Berardo. Foi classificada Monumento Nacional em 1996.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Bacalhoa Portuguese Wines, Herdade das Carvalhas, Vila Nogueira de Azeitao 7100-040 Portugal

Wine tasting 3 diferent Wines, Red, White and Moscatel

Duration: 1 hour

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ÉVORA - INSIDE THE OLIVE OIL, WINE, AND CORK TRIANGLE

ÉVORA - INSIDE THE OLIVE OIL, WINE, AND CORK TRIANGLE - Evora, Portugal
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Duration: 8 to 10 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$83.76

In this 9-hour tour you will be driven south in comfort across the bridge through beautiful landscapes towards The

Alentejo, Portugal’s largest region and maybe the wildest. A region lined by a rugged coast to the west and filled with farmland, cork oaks, vineyards, olive groves, and other crops and livestock. ... More info ›

In this 9-hour tour you will be driven south in comfort across the bridge through beautiful landscapes towards The

Alentejo, Portugal’s largest region and maybe the wildest. A region lined by a rugged coast to the west and filled with farmland, cork oaks, vineyards, olive groves, and other crops and livestock.. You will explore

Évora. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 

Évora is known as a “city-museum” filled with culturally significant landmarks and it is marked with a notable history. It is also the

Alentejo’s regional capital and largest city. You will visit a wine producing estate where you will have lunch and a wine tasting. Then it is time - if within season and farmer available - to see how cork is extracted and produced before heading to another estate where one of Portugal most famous brand of olive oil is produced. Time for a tasting, of course, before heading back to Lisbon revitalized.

Explore Giraldo Square and the historic centre, and visit the Roman temple of Diana, the Evora Cathedral, and the Chapel of the Bones.

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