Tours in Portugal

A history of maritime culture, bright and colorful tiles, the passionate sounds of fado…all of the above may come to mind when you think of Portugal. And they’re all great reasons to visit—but so is the food.  

Portugal’s rich seafaring history remains alive today with the abundance of salt cod, sardines, and the best canned fish you’ll ever eat. But that’s not all—incredible charcuterie and cheese, spicy piri-piri chicken, and hearty street-food sandwiches like the bifana all deserve a try, too. Just save room for a pastel de nata or two! 

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What We Have to Say About Portugal

  • Portuguese Rosé Wine: Blushing Vinho Verde to Algarve Pinks

    Like roses around the world, rosé wine seems to be having a moment. After decades of being taken seriously by almost no one, the wine world has started to see the wealth of possibilities offered by pink wines – whether pale blush or deep salmon in hue. And consumers are catching on, too. Recent years […]

  • Pão or Broa? 9 Types of Mouth-Watering Portuguese Bread

    Portugal is a bread-loving country—and we mean that in the best possible way. Portuguese bread is part of pretty much every traditional meal in one way or another, whether toasted and buttered for breakfast, dipped into a hearty soup at lunch, or brought to the table before dinner. Some destinations are famous for baguettes or […]

  • From Port to Poncha: 14 Portuguese Drinks for Every Occasion

    Whether you like your wine light and sparkling or your coffee strong and black, Portuguese drinks are true crowd pleasers. Head to any one of Portugal’s many bars, cafés, or liquor stores and you’ll be able to indulge in what might just become your new favorite tipple.   Portuguese drinks are varied and unique. When it […]