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    Suggested Portugal Food and Wine Tour Packages From (Per Person Sharing)
    £ 1 140 ex London
    € 1 350 ex Amsterdam
    $ 1 985 ex New York
    R 29 000 ex Johannesburg

    Our packages include Economy or Business Class flights, private airport transfers, accommodation in select hotels and resorts and World’s Ultimate Experiences. Kindly note that these are merely suggested packages and that you have the ability to customise your trip in any way you desire.

    Package Pricing per person sharing (Including all Airport & Hotel Taxes)


    Option 1 – Four Star
    Economy Class Flights
    Second Class trains between cities in Portugal
    4 nights’ Four Star accommodation in Lisbon
    4 nights’ Four Star accommodation in Porto
    Excursions included: Small group city walking tour with wine tastings, a sunset Fado show and dinner, a private day trip to Sintra on the Portuguese Riviera and a small group Evora day trip with Olive Oil tastings in Lisbon; and a small group craft brewery tour with tastings, Portuguese culinary workshop, a Porto city tour with wine tastings and a Douro Valley day trip with port wine tastings and lunch in Porto (see the itinerary below).

    £ 1 140 ex London
    € 1 350 ex Amsterdam
    $ 1 985 ex New York
    R 29 000 ex Johannesburg

    Option 2 – Five Star
    Business Class Flights
    First Class trains between cities in Portugal
    4 nights’ Five Star accommodation in Lisbon
    4 nights’ Five Star accommodation in Porto
    Excursions included: Small group city walking tour with wine tastings, a sunset Fado show and dinner, a private day trip to Sintra on the Portuguese Riviera and a small group Evora day trip with Olive Oil tastings in Lisbon; and a small group craft brewery tour with tastings, Portuguese culinary workshop, a Porto city tour with wine tastings and a Douro Valley day trip with port wine tastings and lunch in Porto (see the itinerary below).

    £ 1 495 ex London
    € 2 050 ex Amsterdam
    $ 5 040 ex New York
    R 72 450 ex Johannesburg


    Porto Douro River

    **Prices are based on low season rates and are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuations and other general economic conditions.

    Portugal Food & Wine Tour Highlights


    Our Portugal Food & Wine Tour packages have been designed by our travel specialists to deliver matchless experiences while catering to your every need. This travel experience combines flights, airport transfers, accommodation in select Hotels and Resorts and hand-picked activities and experiences in select World’s Ultimate destinations.

    Lisbon is Portugal’s hilly, coastal capital city. From imposing São Jorge Castle, the view encompasses the old city’s pastel-colored buildings, Tagus Estuary and Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge. Nearby, the National Azulejo Museum displays 5 centuries of decorative ceramic tiles. Just outside Lisbon is a string of Atlantic beaches, from Cascais to Estoril.

    Évora is the capital of Portugal’s south-central Alentejo region. In the city’s historic center stands the ancient Roman Temple of Évora (also called the Temple of Diana). Nearby, whitewashed houses surround the Cathedral of Évora, a massive Gothic structure begun in the 12th century. The Igreja de São Francisco features Gothic and baroque architecture along with the skeleton-adorned Chapel of Bones.

    Sintra is a resort town in the foothills of Portugal’s Sintra Mountains, near the capital, Lisbon. A longtime royal sanctuary, its forested terrain is studded with pastel-colored villas and palaces. The Moorish- and Manueline-style Sintra National Palace is distinguished by dramatic twin chimneys and elaborate tilework. The hilltop 19th-century Pena National Palace is known for a whimsical design and sweeping views.

    Cascais is a coastal resort town in Portugal, just west of Lisbon. It’s known for its sandy beaches and busy marina. The old town is home to the medieval Nossa Senhora da Luz Fort and the Citadel Palace, a former royal retreat. Nearby is the whitewashed Nossa Senhora da Assunção church, with glazed azulejo tiles. Paula Rego House of Stories shows the Portuguese artist’s paintings in a modern building.

    Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira (riverside) district, narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and cafes. São Francisco Church is known for its lavish baroque interior with ornate gilded carvings. The palatial 19th-century Palácio de Bolsa, formerly a stock market, was built to impress potential European investors.

    Douro Valley
    The Douro is one of the major rivers of the Iberian Peninsula, flowing from its source near Duruelo de la Sierra in Soria Province across northern-central Spain and Portugal to its outlet at Porto. The Douro vinhateiro (winegrowing), an area of the Douro Valley in Portugal long devoted to vineyards, has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Traditionally, the wine was taken downriver in flat-bottom boats called rabelos, to be stored in barrels in cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, just across the river from Porto. In the 1960s and 1970s, dams with locks were built along the river, allowing river traffic from the upper regions in Spain and along the border. Nowadays Port wine is transported to Vila Nova de Gaia in tanker trucks.

    World’s Ultimate Activities
    Our hand-picked activities allow you to discover the essence and heartbeat of each World’s Ultimate destination and can be organised on a shared or private basis. Enjoy authentic Italian cooking classes, food tours and Chianti wine tastings. Kindly refer to the itinerary for more details.

    World’s Ultimate Hotels
    World’s Ultimate Experiences offers accommodation that will ensure that you experience the best of your chosen destination. Below are the hotels that we offer – Other hotels or resorts of your choice not featured on our website can be quoted on, should you wish.




    DAY 1DAYS 2-4DAY 5DAYS 6-8DAY 9
    Arrive in Lisbon

    Upon your arrival in Lisbon, you will be transferred in a private vehicle to your selected World’s Ultimate Hotel where you will spend the next 4 nights.

    Discover Lisbon, Sintra and Evora

    Learn about all aspects of Lisbon, from its heritage to its drinking culture, on a sensational guided city walk and wine tasting tour. Visit the historic central districts of the city, then get comfy in a local wine bar to sample 5 Portuguese wines and delicious starters. Start by touring the historic centre of Lisbon, including the districts of Baixa, Chiado, Carmo, and Bairro Alto. Your guide points out gorgeous landmarks in Baixa, rebuilt after an earthquake in 1755, and Chiado, devastated by a fire in 1988. Visit the charming and historic Carmo district, and stroll through the eclectic streets of Bairro Alto. After an insightful introduction to Lisbon’s past, move on to a cosy local bar and prepare to dine.

    Let Fado—the soulful music of Portugal—carry you away as you immerse yourself in the tastes and sounds of Lisbon. On this sunset tour, stroll through 2 of Lisbon’s most enchanting districts, listen to traditional Fado songs, and indulge in a dinner of classic Portuguese dishes. From the grand, tree-lined Restauradores Square, greet your guide and head to the culturally rich district of Mouraria—the birthplace of Fado music. Grab a seat in a nearby tavern, sip on the local liqueur, Ginjinha, and revel in the haunting melodies of a Fado performance.

    Évora is the capital of Alentejo. Learn why this evergreen-surrounded city is called the Museum City. Visit one of the oldest cromleches in Europe, explore a Gothic church and its impressive Bones Chapel, and see the Roman Temple of Évora before ending with a taste of local olive oil. Join a small-group tour and venture to the Portuguese countryside. As you drive toward Évora, admire the beautiful emerald country landscapes and pass by quaint villages. Hear about Évora’s well-preserved historical centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, and admire its stunning monuments. You soon realize why Évora is still called the Museum City as you discover the notable Roman Temple of Évora from the 1st century AD.

    Explore the mediaeval city of Sintra, a UNESCO-listed site full of beautiful castles—some of the most impressive in Europe. Learn about Portuguese history from your knowledgeable guide as you tour the grounds of Pena, the Moorish Castle, Regaleira, Seteais, and Monserrate. Get picked up from your hotel in Lisbon and travel to Sintra, a UNESCO-listed mediaeval town full of history and the Pena National Palace, considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Explore the city and the castle on a private tour of the grounds. Afterward, choose to visit the Moorish Castle or walk around the mediaeval centre of Sintra, before a port wine tasting at a local shop.

    Other optional excursions include a private day tour to Estremadura wine regions and Obidos or a private wine and gourmet Alentejo full day tour.

    Travel to Porto

    You will be transferred in a private vehicle to the train station for your train to Porto. Upon your arrival you will be collected and taken to your chosen hotel for the next 4 nights.

    Experience Porto and the Douro Valley

    Enjoy tastings at 2 of Porto’s local breweries—as well as 3 from one of its best craft beer pubs. Learn about the production process from the brewmasters themselves, while also learning more about the 2,000-year-old city—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—along the way. After pick-up, meet your local guide, who can answer all your questions about the city, and then head to a small craft brewery. Listen closely as the owner shares his production secrets, such as when they add their hops and details about their fermentation process. Top off the visit with a tasting of their best offerings.

    Meet the fishermen as they come in to shore and learn about the bargaining and fish selection process, then go on to see a canning factory, where the flavour of the fish is maximised. At the end of the tour, sit down to savour a delicious lunch of seafood, enjoying the flavours of Matosinhos. The Portuguese Atlantic coastline is a true haven for fish lovers. Learn about the process that brings the best fish from the ocean to the table as you travel with a knowledgeable local guide. Begin on the beach, watching the fishermen arrive with live fish and going to trade with local fish sellers. Observe the bargaining process and revel in the thrill of choosing the best fish.

    With a group of 8 people, explore the “Invicta” city, a return to the origin of the name Portugal. In this noble city, the capital of work and culture, try famous port wine, explore the city centre and admire illustrious monuments that speak of the past noble exploits of Porto’s inhabitants. See how Porto’s alignment with the river Douro and its contrasts make the city unique and valued internationally. In Porto, a city filled with well-preserved treasures including monuments in Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical styles, see major sights such as the Cathedral, São Bento Train Station and Clérigos Tower, and sip famed port wine at the Porto wine cellars.

    Cruise out of Porto and dive into the charming villages scattered along the shores of the Douro river. Scope out the elaborate Baroque features of an 18th-century church, sip glasses of strong port wine, and tuck into a delicious lunch while admiring sweeping views of the Bagaúste Dam. After getting picked up from your Porto hotel, following the snaking bends of the Douro river as it weaves towards Portugal’s hilly hinterland. Chat with your guide as you ride through landscapes flecked with aromatic rosemary and groves of stone pine. Reach the riverside town of Amarante, where you can weave down narrow streets lined with Romanesque edifices to reach the 16th-century Church and Convent of São Gonçalo. Spend some time exploring the church’s fresco-wrapped columns and colossal pipe organ before heading to the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora dos Remédios in nearby Lamego. Enjoy the leg-pumping 686-step climb to this ornate sanctuary draped in Baroque and Rococo architectural features, rest your legs in the nearby gardens, and snap photos of the burbling fountain outside before you grab lunch at a riverfront restaurant near the Bagaúste Dam. Chat with your guide about the Douro River’s importance to the local economy and infrastructure while you eat, and then make your way back to Porto. On the way, stop off at a local winery for delicious samples of port wine and consider picking up a few bottles to take home.

    Other optional excursions include a Fatima and Coimbra full-day tour.


    Return Flight

    You will be transferred to the airport in a private vehicle for your return flight.



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