Private Food & Wine Walking Tour in Lisbon, Portugal

Tasting
Wine, Local Food, Cheese
Activity
City Tasting, Food Tour, Walking Tour
Included
Tour guide
Languages
English
French
Spanish
Italian
Portuguese
German
Theme
Private, City, Cultural
Minimum Drinking Age
18
$
47
36
/ Person
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Activity Overview
Enjoy the flavours of the Portuguese Cuisine in Lisbon traditional places. The guide will give you lots of inside tips on Wine, Petiscos, Food, Fado and Good Company! Bring your appetite! Districts we visit: Baixa – Chiado – Bairro Alto. 

Find out about Lisbon’s great Cafés, such as the 18th-century Café Nicola and Portugal’s strong café-culture. Try the famous codfish cake with a glass of refreshing green wine at Rossio Square. Learn about the Bairro Alto quarter, home to some of Lisbon’s most famous restaurants, fado-houses, bars and nightclubs. Stop at an atmospheric wine-bar in the Bairro Alto for tapas and a glass of our local white wine. Go down the steps of Calçada do Duque. At this steps you can find a variety of restaurants with great esplanades and music, which are very popular especially during the summer months, because of the great view over the Castle Hill. Take a look at all the delicious and exotic products on display at an old gourmet shop, from dried, salted Bacalhau to the sausages, hams and cheeses, and learn all their secrets. Learn the history of Port, Portugal’s famous fortified wine, and then try it with the delicious cheese and marmalade. Learn the history of Ginjinha, the favourite liqueur of many Portuguese and a typical drink in Lisbon, and try it at the first place that started to sell it in 1840. Finish your food and wine tour in style, in the Neo-Moorish 17th-century palace, unassuming on the outside, hiding one of the most intriguing interiors in the city. Time for the last tasting of Portuguese bread and chouriço, accompanied by delicious Alentejo red wine.
 
Included
  • Codfish cake & green wine
  • Tapas & white wine
  • Port wine, marmalade & cheese
  • Ginja liquor
  • Bread, chouriço & red wine
Not Included
  • Dinner
Group-size:
Max 14 Persons
Rates
Per
Price
Pricing Info
Group
$
304
49
Price for private group of 1-6 persons
Person
$
47
36
Price per person for a group of 6 or +
Timing
Dates
Start Time
Weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday4:30 PM
Duration
3 H
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Cancellation Policy
Standard
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Duration:
3 H
 (1)
Come have a bite with the locals! We will take you to our favourite addresses, away from the crowds, to experience the real Lisboa while tasting traditional petiscos and learning about ... morethe local history.

Traditional Portuguese food comes in all tastes and sizes, the list of influences is endless and you will be surprised to find out how many of your “local” favourites have themselves been tainted with Portuguese flavours.

Going up hill in Lisbon is simply unavoidable, but when you have a delicious treat waiting for you at the top, it’s another story! During this walking, eating and drinking tour you will learn not just about the food but also about the historical events which shaped this rich culture. Each of the stops will lead you to a unique piece of the puzzle that constitutes Portugal.

Off the beaten tracks our route will offer you a more authentic approach to the city and make you want to stay an extra week (or more)!

With a maximum of ten people per tour, we can assure you personal attention and a unique experience. Our passionate guides will show you how to choose quality Portuguese cheeses, and you will also learn about and taste local wines and many other great local treats to make your Lisboa petiscos experience truly memorable. By the end of the tour you’ll not only have a pleasantly full stomach but a rich understanding of what it means to be a part of this city.
Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Duration:
10 H
Porto is one of the most ancient centers in Europe. This beautiful city is situated close to the Douro River estuary, in northern Portugal. Its settlements date back to the Roman Empire ... morewhen the city was a striking outpost, named Portus Cale. Portus Cale is widely attributed to the origin of the name "Portugal". Today the city of Porto shares its modern-day identity with Port wine, its world popular commodity. Once you visit the city, you can observe the flatboat barges packed with grape barrels been conveyed down the river, to the cellars. River cruises are readily available and it is also easier to explore the city on foot.
Upon our arrival from Lisbon, we will break for lunch overlooking the city, to give you time to appreciate the view. This Porto private tour begins in Uptown at the iconic Clérigos Tower, where you can take a stroll downhill. When in the city, we will tour monuments and neighborhoods, as well as the St. Bento Train Station, which is overlaid with tiles. Afterward, we will proceed to the Cathedral, heading close to the river in Ribeira, where everybody can enjoy their Port Wine. This experience offers you a chance to enjoy the abundance that Porto has to offer.
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546
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$
597
70
/ Person
Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Duration:
3 Days
 (1)
In this Walk Hike 3 days vacation pack we share “off the beaten track” walking in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park with you, mixed with wine tasting experiences and regional delicacies ... moreat local wineries, cellars and restaurants. Sustainable Tourism is our habitat, and our goal is to make you aware of one of the most beautiful and enigmatic landscapes in our country, the Sintra sierra, otherwise known as the Moon Hill, its unique forest, biodiversity, and huge promontories bathed by the majestic Atlantic Ocean. Sintra, untouched since the XIX century and World Heritage by Unesco since 1992, is a cultural treasure that we would like to help you discover.

We also make a point to include you in local communities, introduce you to our people so that you may experience our food, listen to our stories and share our secrets. We try hard to our walks always contemplate the mix between Natural Park – Communities – Cultural Park. Thus, we provide enriching experiences for our clients feel closer and more integrated.

Day 1 – Unexpected Gardens
This hike takes you to visit two wonderful gardens and its monuments.

“Capuchos”, probably the most important testimony of the Sintra primeval forest, preserved by the brotherhood of Franciscan friars and their austere monument carved in stone. Discover its secrets and mysteries, where even today it is said that “those who wish to penetrate the mystery of the convent must first die.”

“Montserrate”, which is one of the most beautiful creations of the Romanticism landscape, as well as it´s very beautiful palace. Immortalized by Lord Byron, “Monserrate” is one of the most famous and exotic Europe “Victorian” gardens.

Before the picnic in the “Monserrate” gardens, we will go through a pleasant and peaceful forest corridor with about 7km which link these two wonderful gardens and monuments.

The way back, although shorter, is no less beautiful, with the warm light of end of the day penetrating in the forest canopy and where we can also enjoy the forest that surrounds the “Lagoon of the Musketeers”, reflected in its calm waters.

Note: The picnic it´s not included in the base price.

Details

Beginning: 09:00 am (Depending on the time of the year)

Duration: 6 hours

Not suitable activity for children under 8 years

Difficulty: Easy

Day 2 – Sintra, Sierra of Secular Mysteries
Come with us to meet a more mystical and occult Sierra de Sintra side, World Heritage by UNESCO, and feel what is considered the most beautiful and mystical Portuguese sierra. On this tour we will meet its people and their customs.

We take you to some of the sierra highest points, like the “Peninha” shrine and marvel with the infinite views. Discover its secrets and mysteries.

We will meet the most typical village of Sintra, whose beginnings date back to the sixteenth century, the “Holy Spirit” village. Known for its countless fountains and streams, is here that we will do our lunch in a rural tavern where we can taste the local food.

After the meal, and along some horse breeders farms, we will enter again in a forest corridor toward to the “Capuchos” convent, where we will finish our hike.

Optional Experience: The day will finish in the most western vineyard in Europe. This local farm, built in the 18th century, stands between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sintra sierra. Its wines are characterized by their aging-potential, character and complexity. After visiting the vineyards and the winery, we will have a wine tasting where we will try some of the most enigmatic fine wines of Portugal. Thanks to the proximity of the sea, this wines have a strong savory sea notes, being also very fragrant, fresh and balanced.

Note: The wine experience is not included in the base price, but it can be included as an extra. 

Details

Beginning: 08:30 am (Depending on the time of the year)

Duration: 6 hours + Wine experience

Not suitable activity for children under 8 years

Difficulty: Moderate

Day 3 – Where the Land Ends and the Sea Begins
In this day 3 our walkers will have a free morning, because our walk will start after lunch. It begins at the continental Europe westernmost point, Cabo da Roca, “where the land ends and the sea begins”.

This ancient fishermen´s path leads us to discover the untouched beauty of wild Ursa beach, considered by Michelin Guide as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, as also one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe.

Continuing along impressive cliffs hugged by the mighty Atlantic, we will approach the Fojo, a natural well that connects to the sea and where the most daring can look to the 90 meters deep and find if the Romans had reason to believe that deep down there was a triton playing music in a conch.

Our walk ends with a delicious grilled fresh fish at Adraga restaurant, located on the beautiful Adraga beach, considered by the Sunday Times one of the 20 best beaches in Europe. The Adraga restaurant was considered by Sergi Arola (2 Michelin stars), one of the most well known Chefs in the world, as “the best beach fish restaurant in the world”.

Details

Beginning: Between 01:00 to 3:30pm – (Depending on the time of the year)

Duration: 4 hours + Dinner

Not suitable activity for children under 12 years

Difficulty: Moderate