Day 1: Welcome to Portugal
Welcome at the airport and your driver will take you to the train station. 1st class train trip to Oporto (approx. 2h35), where your driver is waiting for you, to take you to the hotel. Overnight in Oporto.
Gastronomy is a very important aspect of Portuguese culture, as every meal is a moment for sharing, specially when we have guests or are socializing.
In the morning, joint a food tour and explore typical neighborhoods of Porto city while discovering regional delicacies.
In the afternoon, visit Port wine lodge. Overnight in Oporto.
In a day trip with a private guide you'll visit the famous region of Douro Valley.
Douro Valley, classified World Heritage, is a region of schist mountains, with poor, harsh soils, transformed by the actions of the men who planted the vineyards step by step.
The day will be spent admire some breathtaking landscapes: the valleys, the blue ribbon of the river meandering down below, the terraced vineyards, the pure air.
You'll have opportunity to visit one of the many estates that produce Douro wine and Port and taste it in the land that produces them. Overnight in Oporto.
In the morning, your driver will pick you up and take you to the train station. 1st class train trip to Lisbon (approx. 2h35), where your driver is waiting for you, to take you to the hotel.
Later in the day, learn how to prepare a traditional Portuguese meal with a fun cooking class. Overnight in Lisbon.
In the morning, you'll have a food tour in Lisbon.
The food in Lisbon is as appealing as the city and the region. With a foodie, you'll be strolling around typical neighborhoods, learning about the city's gastronomy, tasting some great good and wine, absorbing the bohemian atmosphere.
In the evening, have a typical dinner at a Fado house while enjoying a Fado performance. Whether or not you like the style of music, dinner by candlelight listening to fado in Lisbon is unmissable. Overnight in Lisbon.
In this day trip, cross the 25 de Abril Bridge towards Cabo Espichel to discover the isolated Shrine of Nossa Senhora do Cabo and contemplate amazing views over the sea. Your next destination is Vila Nogueira de Azeitão, known for its wine production, where you’ll visit a winery and taste their famous Moscatel wine. Before reaching Setúbal, stop in some viewpoints in Serra da Arrábida Natural Park, and take amazing pictures of the ocean. Setúbal is famous for culinary specialties like fried cuttlefish, grilled fish and seafood. Overnight in Lisbon.
It's time to say adeus, and after a fond farewell, your driver will take you to Lisbon airport.