Lisbon Metropolitan Area
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From Sesimbra: Full-Day Arrábida Culture & Wine Tasting Tour

1. From Sesimbra: Full-Day Arrábida Culture & Wine Tasting Tour

After pickup in Sesimbra you’ll visit the market in Setúbal, considered one of the best markets in the world. Explore the huge variety of fresh fish, fruit and vegetables, bread, cheese and regional pastries on offer. Soak up the vibe and history of the city. Continue to the first winery, stopping to take spectacular photos from the Arrábida Natural Park over the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the luxury Quinta da Bacalhoa wine cellars with a local guide, and enjoy a wine tasting of three renowned wines. Your next stop is for lunch in Setúbal, one of the most iconic and picturesque fishing towns in Portugal. Continue to the José Maria da Fonseca winery to tour the cellars, then enjoy a private visit and wine tasting in Azeitão village. Following this, visit the Azulejos de Azeitão tiles factory and watch traditional European methods of tile making. Then take a walk through the medieval castle of Sesimbra. Visit the local church inside the castle, completely adored in azulejos tiles. Finally you’ll visit the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora do Cabo, a sanctuary that combines a church, a water tower supplied by an aqueduct, and an opera house, with impressive views over the Atlantic Ocean.

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Lisbon: Book a Local Host

2. Lisbon: Book a Local Host

Book this meet-up and the local tour operator team will contact you within 24-hours and ask you questions about your preferences and interests, so they can match you with a like-minded local Lisboetas. He or she who will become your local host. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Keeping in mind your personal answers, they will put together a itinerary just for you. Please note that this will be outlined but flexible. They will arrange a meeting with your local host in the most convenient place for you. During the meet-up, if you feel would like changing direction, or your host believes that you'd enjoy a sight or different experience, he/she will suggest and discuss changes to the itinerary with you. Enjoy discovering amazing spots in Lisbon that you don't know about and are difficult to find in any guidebook or on the Internet, because they are lesser-known to the crowd but beloved by locals. The day revolves around your wishes, so enjoy your private meet-up and itinerary and let your local show you the Lisbon you will love.

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Traditional Lisbon Food Tasting Experience

3. Traditional Lisbon Food Tasting Experience

Away from the usual mass tourism neighborhoods, you will spend your time in Campo de Ourique with a guide that actually lives in the neighborhood and knows it by heart. This tour is intended to be a foodie tour for you to taste typical Portuguese cuisine. Throughout the tour, your guide will link Portuguese culture and history with its cuisine, and explain the origin of these traditional dishes.   Over the course of 3-4 hours, you will sample typical dishes of Portuguese cuisine.  You will start to tantalize your taste buds with the most typical entrees in different locations in this neighborhood. Come and find out which they are. From here, you will go to the local, completely refurbished market place, where you'll have your more 'refined' experiences. Among them, you will taste the typical porco preto (Iberian black pork), the bife de atum (grilled tuna steak), and others. To wrap things up, you will have the Best Chocolate Cake in the World, the pastel de nata (it actually won the international contest), in a bakery elected for several years as the best in Portugal. Taste also some lovely roasted almonds, ending with a Ginjinha (cherry liqueur), which won the international 2016 “Great Taste” Award.

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Lisbon: Full-Day Shopping Private Tour

4. Lisbon: Full-Day Shopping Private Tour

When choosing the starting point, follow the Avenida da Liberdade that awaits you with dozens of shops of the world's biggest names in fashion. On the Chiado and Rua Augusta, you will be able to buy some traditional Portuguese products. Have lunch in one of the city's many markets, which have been recently renovated and is now some of the trendiest places to eat in Lisbon. If you are looking for something different, then Bairro Alto is the ideal location for your shopping alternatives. But if you do not want to waste time wandering the streets, your favorite destination will be El Corte Ingles, a department store offering everything from clothing to cosmetics. 

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What people are saying about Lisbon Metropolitan Area

An EXCEPTIONAL visit! Rodrigo is a passionate and exciting guide! Lovers of his country and who knows how to transmit this love! Rodrigo is one of the best guides I have met in my life, mixing knowledge, kindness and benevolence. Visit at the top of a gastronomic point of view, generous and gourmet! We really discover Portuguese gastronomy! We are in a district far from the tourist crowds and which corresponds to the daily life of the Portuguese! I recommend this great experience! And thank you again Rodrigo!

It was a very personal food tour because we were the only participants. You don't have to go far, which is not a disadvantage after exhausting sightseeing tours in Lisbon. Here we learned a lot about the country and its people as well as the food. Anyone who loves spices should definitely visit the stand with the almonds and spices in the market hall on the right and seek advice and seduction from the charming saleswoman. The spices are great and cheap! Any time!

Ann Elisa was amazing! She gave us exactly what we were looking for with information about different neighborhoods, how daily life is here in Portugal and also added in bits of history and interesting places to eat and shop seamlessly into our experience. We felt like it was a perfect way to get the information we needed to make decisions about moving to Lisbon and we loved it! We highly recommend it!

An unusual tour that went far beyond my expectations! The guide Rosário was extremely friendly, with a lot of patience in explaining everything about the history of where we went! I loved the experience at the wineries, one very traditional and the other modern. I recommend it to everyone!

Very interesting wine and culture tour

Worth every penny. The tour is well composed and the guide very knowledgeable on the subjects. I was not rushed in any way and we seemed to go into overtime without problems or cutting corners. Many thanks to the guide