Listen to melancholy fado music over a traditional dinner in Lisbon.
Learn about Lisbon’s history on a walking tour with stops to sample local delicacies.
Witness the whimsical architecture in Sintra.
Take a panoramic tour of Porto ending with a port wine tasting.
Discover the wines and landscapes of the Douro Valley on a full-day excursion.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Portugal, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Spain and Portugal
Traverse Lisbon’s hilly streets by tuk-tuk.
See the whimsical architecture and sprawling vistas of Sintra.
Spend time in the Roman town of Évora.
Explore the architecture of Seville and watch a flamenco performance.
Enjoy traditional tapas and learn how to prepare Spanish cuisine.
Observe elegant Moorish architecture in Córdoba and Granada.
Attend a traditional horse riding demonstration and taste some sherry.
Hike in the Alpujarras before spending a relaxing evening by the coast.
Explore the largest city in the Azores, Ponta Delgada, on a private walking tour.
Visit the twin lakes of Sete Cidades by bicycle and 4x4.
Embark on a whale- and dolphin-watching tour outside Ponta Delgada.
Hear traditional Portuguese fado music at a special dinner in Lisbon.
Discover the history of Lisbon on a private walking tour.
Tour the vibrant and eclectic palaces of Sintra.
Tour Lisbon’s historical heart and sample some local delicacies.
Explore the eccentric palaces and gardens of Sintra.
Visit Roman ruins in the historic city of Évora in the heart of the Alentejo countryside.
Learn how to cook traditional Algarvian Cataplana.
Hike the Algarve coastline near Lagos.
Enjoy a historic walking tour of Ponta Delgada with tastings in the local market.
Explore the twin lakes of Sete Cidades by bicycle and 4x4.
Try local cozido, food cooked in the hot springs of Furnas.
Hike through the lava stone vineyards of Pico.
Discover the island of Faial and its Capelinhos Volcano.
Learn about the history of Terceira on a walk through its capital city, Angra do Heroísmo.
Enjoy a tour through central Lisbon and its maritime outer district, Belém.
Experience one of Portugal’s oldest musical traditions, fado.
Learn to make pastel de nata with a tasting tour and cooking class.
Spend time on your own wandering the Roman ruins of Évora.
Walk along the Algarve coast and take in the sweeping views of the sea.
Learn how to make a traditional seafood cataplana.
Relax on the beaches of the Algarve.
Spain and Portugal
Enjoy a panoramic tour of Madrid’s historical sights.
Spend time at the palace of El Escorial and the controversial memorial at Valley of the Fallen.
Explore the university city of Salamanca.
Relax in the peaceful Douro Valley.
See prehistoric rock art up close.
Explore the history of Porto on a walking tour.
Learn how to make a traditional Portuguese country meal.
Explore the highlights of Porto on a private guided tour and river cruise.
Sample wine in the Douro Valley, one of the world’s oldest demarcated wine regions.
Take in the whimsical gardens and architecture of Sintra on a full-day guided tour.
Experience the highlights of Lisbon and Belém by tasting local delicacies while getting an introduction to the area’s important historical sites.
Relax in the peaceful Alentejo countryside at an indulgent hacienda-style retreat.
Taste traditional Portuguese food and wine in Porto and the Douro Valley.
Tour the birthplace of Portugal’s first king, Guimarães, and Portugal’s religious capital, Braga.
Take in the fairytale architecture of Sintra.
Explore the historic districts of Lisbon and the monuments of Belém.
See UNESCO-listed monasteries and walled medieval towns in Estremadura.
Enjoy the gastronomic delights of the Alentejo.
Hike, cook and relax in the sunny coastal Algarve.
Portugal and Spain
Cruise in comfort from Porto to Vega de Terron.
Visit Mateus Palace and Gardens, home of Mateus rosé wine.
Take a guided hike in Lamego followed by a tasting of local specialities.
Tuck into a traditional home-cooked meal at a local quinta (country house).
Enjoy tastings of Porto’s finest export, port.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- Eat your way around Portugal
- Introducing the Azores
- Exploring Lisbon: a city guide
- A guide to Porto and the Douro Valley
Eat your way around Portugal
Portuguese food isn’t as well known as Spanish cuisine, but it holds similar charms. Discover why locals prefer bacalhau to fresh cod, where people line up to get custard tarts and why a small town bakes phallic pastries.View this travel guide
Introducing the Azores
A clutch of volcanic islands in the middle of the Atlantic, the Azores boast a vast array of landscapes. Portugal team member Jess discusses highlights of the archipelago, including cheese and wine tastings and a volcano that emerged in the 1950s.View this travel guide
Exploring Lisbon: a city guide
In Lisbon, you can visit a Moorish castle, explore the impacts of the devastating 1755 earthquake with a local guide, and experience a live fado performance. Here, Portugal specialist Geoff shares how to get the most out of your visit.View this travel guide
A guide to Porto and the Douro Valley
There’s much more to Porto than the first four letters of its name, from walking tours to catamaran cruises. Portugal specialist Kevin shares his tips for exploring the city, and for spending time in the Douro Valley’s traditional towns and vineyards.View this travel guide