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Things to do in Portugal with Us
Arrival transfer from Porto International Airport.
Visit the prettiest bookshop in the World with a unique architectural detail building dating back to 1906. Alongside iconic features, find artistic installations and exhibitions that contribute to the mission of valuing books and authors. Stop at a 19th-century Neoclassical building designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Marvel with the Salao Arabe, a masterpiece of Moorish Revival architecture that dazzles visitors with ornate gilded stuccowork, decorated ceilings, stained-glass windows, and wood floors inlaid with geometric patterns. Time to stop at the most prominent Gothic monument in Porto noted for its outstanding Baroque interior decoration. Experience a private visit and wine tasting to one of the oldest wine cellars and the largest wooden Port Cellar in the historic area of Vila Nova de Gaia. Holding one of the most significant collections of oak barrels and wooden vats of any Port cellar, this is where Ports age and the home of Cockburn's Special Reserve.
Treat yourself to a private visit to a charming, elegant, and distinct winery composed of 24 hectares with stunning views over the Douro slopes. After a private lecture visit, savor some of their finest wines at a premium tasting and flavored local recipe for lunch. Marvel with the stunning landscapes and admire the incredible terraced vineyard region during a private cruise.
Marvel at the Convent of the Order of Christ, a Roman Catholic religious building, originally a Templar stronghold built in the 12th century.
Notice a 16th-century fortification UNESCO World Heritage Site, that used to be the point of embarkation and disembarkation for Portuguese explorers and a ceremonial gateway to Lisbon. It was built during the height of the Portuguese Renaissance and is a prominent example of the Portuguese Manueline style, whereas it also incorporates hints of other architectural styles. Visit one of the most prominent examples of Lisbon's late Portuguese Gothic Manueline style of architecture. Erected in the 16th century, this World Heritage Site became part of Portuguese identity and culture and owed its construction to tax on the profits of the yearly Portuguese India Armadas. Glimpse a stylized caravel that seems to be setting out to sea, with Henry the Navigator in its prow. Time for a private guided visit to one of the World's most noteworthy collections of horse-drawn carriages, making this a highly recommended stop. It features some imposing horse-drawn vehicles from the 16th century that belonged to Philip II of Spain. Make a stop in Alfama, Lisbon's most emblematic quarter and one of the most rewarding for visitors, thanks to its medieval alleys and outstanding views. Due to its bedrock foundation, it survived the 1755 earthquake, and a walk through this old-fashioned residential neighborhood is now a step back in time. Embark into a unique historical journey while visiting an 11th-century fortification built during the Moorish period. The Castle's purpose was to house military troops and, in case of siege, the elite who lived in the citadel, unlike most European castles that used to serve as a residence. Enjoy a private visit to a one-of-a-kind attraction housed in a magnificent old convent from 1509 with a tile collection featuring pieces that go back to the 1400s. It explains the origins and evolution of art in Portugal, which ended up being the country with the most extensive and innovative uses of tiles.
Discover Sintra, an extraordinary town with a surreal mixture of history and fantasy. Marvel at a visit to one of Portugal's finest examples of 19th-century Romantic revivalism. It stands out as the renowned jewel in the crown of the Sintra Hills. In its nooks and corners, our gaze gets lost in its charms. Pass by Cascais, a formerly quaint fishing village that became a popular resort favored by European nobility and kings in the early 20th century. Today it is a colorful cosmopolitan town with elegant pedestrian streets, luxuriant villas, fashionable shops, restaurants, and bars.
Departure transfer to Lisbon International Airport.
Spend a week in Portugal, blending history with wine, incredible landscapes, and unique treats. Get to know Lisbon and Porto's history and landmarks. Indulge in a private river cruise, taste some of the finest Portuguese wines, and savor the local gastronomy.