For your next visit to Portugal or Spain, why not consider booking a walking tour of the city or a guided tour of some of the wonderful places of interest nearby.
A walking or guided tour is a great way to make sure you don’t miss any must-see sights, especially if you’re on a tight schedule, as you won’t waste any time getting lost. Your English-speaking guide is a local expert who will give you the history and insights behind the sights you will see, so you can leave that heavy guidebook back at the hotel and just listen and enjoy.
There are many more tours available and custom tours can be designed for you, so if you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact us for more information.
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The Portugal Tourism Board (Turismo de Portugal) has created the Clean & Safe program to assure visitors that businesses in the tourism sector are taking appropriate measures to prevent and control the spread of the coronavirus.
Our service providers in Portugal have earned this certification. For more information on this program, click here.
|Lisbon (City Center, Tours for Kids, Day Trips, Wine Tours): Portugal’s capital is the oldest city in Western Europe, and one of the oldest cities in the world. There is much to see in the city center and in surrounding towns that can be visited as day trips, including historic castles, monasteries, cathedrals and more. For a selection of tours, click here.|
|Porto (City Center, Day Trips, Wine Tours): Portugal’s second largest city is perhaps best known for the fortified wine (port) that bears its name. Visitors can tour wine cellars, enjoy the old world charm of the city, and take day trips to explore nearby historic towns and the beautiful Douro wine region. For a selection of tours, click here.|
|Coimbra: This historic town was Portugal’s first capital. Six of the country’s kings were born here, and the first two are buried here. Many visit to explore the historic buildings of the country’s oldest university that is located on a hilltop in the medieval old town. For a selection of tours, click here.|