Embark into a thrilling cooking experience and engage with the stories and flavors of Portuguese cuisine, creating a menu designed to detail.
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. Stop at an early 19th century Pastéis de Belém pastry factory for a gourmet treat with the mouthwatering Pastéis de Belém accompanied by a glass of Port. Taste the unique flavor of time-honored Portuguese sweet making.
Time to visit Évora, virtually an open-air museum with innumerable well-preserved monuments and buildings of public interest that led UNESCO to protect it as a World Heritage Site. A panoramic highlight tour of Évora must include the Roman Temple, one of the most significant landmarks relating to the Roman and Lusitanian civilizations of Évora in Portuguese territory.
Uncover a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, one of the oldest and largest medieval cathedrals in Portugal and one of the best examples of Portuguese Gothic architecture.
Visit a 15th-century Gothic-style church with some Manueline influences, which replaced an earlier Romanesque church from 1226. Pay attention to a 16th-century small inner chapel decorated with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the wall. Enjoy a private visit to a gorgeous traditional winery with fine-quality wines and one of the most prestigious wine producers in the country.
Discover every inch of the winery and dive into a perfect wine and gourmet experience with the perfect ingredients to create unforgettable memories. Delight with the traditional flavors of typical Alentejo Cuisine and prove how they match perfectly with selected wines.
Four Days pampering your taste buds! Treat yourself to unique premium wine tastings at some of the most intimate wine lodges and charming wineries in Porto and Douro valley. Learn about Portuguese gastronomy and venture into an enthusiastic cooking class.
Marvel with 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.