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We have teamed up with the top local tour guides and itinerary planners in Portugal to offer our free cancellation guarantee and custom itinerary service for tours throughout this stunning country and the rest of the Iberian Peninsula

Whether you want a one-day city tour in Lisbon or Porto or a month-long journey through the various regions of Portugal with a private driver guide, we can design the ideal tour for you.

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Our local tour planning specialists will work with you to understand your needs and preferences, and then create a complimentary custom tour itinerary that combines luxury travel with authentic, off-the-beaten-path cultural experiences in Portugal.

Contact us today to find out how much of Portugal you can fit into your dates. From the beautiful beaches of the Algarve region to the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the historic city of Sintra, the charming towns of the Alentejo, and the vibrant culture and cuisine of Lisbon, we can handle all the details for you.

Popular Portugal Private Tour Destinations


Lisbon is a popular destination for tourists in Portugal, with over 3 million visitors each year. There is an abundance of sights and activities to enjoy in the city, and here are some of the top places to visit during your stay:


Porto is a top destination in Portugal, and not just because of its charming old town on the Douro River. It is also home to some of Europe’s finest restaurants and seafood, as well as impressive art museums, cathedrals, wine regions, and architectural buildings.


Sintra is a charming town located in the Serra de Sintra mountain range, which is known for its rich history, culture, and natural beauty. It is a popular destination for visitors to Lisbon, and its stunning architecture, quaint streets, and picturesque views make it a must-see destination.

The Algarve and Azores Regions

The Algarve and Azores in Spain are top destinations for experiencing the stunning natural beauty, engaging in outdoor activities, and observing whales and dolphins. Here are some recommended places to visit in these two regions:

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Lisbon, Belem Tower at sunset on the bank of the Tagus River

The Belém Tower

Built 500 years ago on the north bank of the River Tagus, this beautiful structure has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for 40 years. Its Manueline architecture (Portuguese late Gothic) is a marvel to behold, and the views from the terrace at the top of the spiral staircase are breathtaking.

Saint George's Castle, Lisbon, Portugal

Saint George's Castle

This 6th-century castle, with its 11 towers, is a prominent feature of the Lisbon skyline and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. On a private tour, you can get up close to the castle and hear about its rich history of intrigue, Moorish traditions, and war stories from your guide. Be sure to visit the museum inside to learn more about the heritage of Lisbon.

View of Tagus River and people and statue of King Jose I at the Praca do Comercio square in Baixa district in Lisbon, Portugal, from above on a sunny_

Praça do Comércio Square

Often regarded as the finest square in Lisbon, this popular destination features bright yellow Pombaline-style buildings on either side of its impressive arched entrance. The square, which reflects Portugal’s Golden Age when captains and merchants planned their voyages across the seas, is a must-see for our guests.

Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon, Portugal

Jerónimos Monastery

This 16th-century monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage site in Lisbon, is a stunning example of Manueline architecture and uses its design and symbolism to celebrate Portugal’s “Age of Discovery.” Your guide will also take you to the tombs of the famous explorer Vasco da Gama and the 15th-century poet Luís de Camões.

Porto, Portugal old town skyline

The Ribeira District

A neighborhood located on the banks of the Dupro river that is known for its beautiful cobbled medieval streets and cultural hotspots, including bars, restaurants, and cafes. This area is widely considered to be the most beautiful neighborhood in Porto, and it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Aerial cityscape view on the old town with Portuguese flag in Porto, Portugal, Clerigos Tower

Clerigos Tower

This iconic 75-meter-tall bell tower in Porto, built in the beautiful Baroque style between 1735-1748, is perhaps the city’s most well-known landmark. Climbing to the top offers breathtaking views of Porto.

Porto Wine Cellars, Portugal

Porto Wine Cellars

Porto is renowned for its namesake wine, which comes from the nearby Duro Valley. Some of the must-visit cellars include Taylor’s, Ramos Pinto, and the iconic Sandeman. Many offer day tours from Porto.

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

The Livraria Lello

A beautiful bookstore that has earned its reputation as one of the most beautiful in the world. With its neo-gothic architecture, wooden panels, and thousands of books, the store has a stunning atmosphere. It is interesting to note that the Livraria Lello was struggling financially until it was revealed that it was the inspiration for the staircase at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies.

Castelo dos Mouros, Portugal, Sintra

The Castelo dos Mouros

Or Castle of the Moors, is an ancient fortress with origins dating back to the 9th century. On a guided tour, visitors can explore the castle walls, secret passages, and a Romanesque church within.

Yellow walls of Sintra Castle with clouds beneath

The Pena National Palace

A Fairytale Castle on the Sintra Mountains. The Pena National Palace is an otherworldly castle that looks like it belongs in a fairytale. Join a guided tour to the top of the Sintra mountains, where you will be amazed by the German Romantic style architecture, dreaming spires, romantic balconies, and ornate gargoyle details. Inside, the castle has been restored to its 1910 appearance.

The Monserrate Palace in Sintra, Portugal

Palacio de Monserrate

An impressive residence located in the Sintra region. This luxurious villa boasts a blend of Arabic and Renaissance architectural styles and is surrounded by beautifully manicured English gardens. The villa is situated on the rocky hillside of the Serra de Sintra, providing a stunning natural backdrop. Inside, you will be amazed by the intricate lattice carvings and geometric patterns that adorn the walls and ceilings.

Quinta da Regaleira, Portugal, Sintra

Exploring the History and Beauty of Quinta da Regaleira

Quinta da Regaleira is the finest 19th-century villa in Sintra, and possibly in all of Portugal. On a guided tour, you will learn about the centuries of history and dramatic tales as you enjoy the neo-gothic architecture, lush green gardens, initiation well, and spiral staircases contained within this stunning property.

Sao Miguel island

São Miguel 'The Hawaii of Europe'

São Miguel is one of the most beautiful islands in the Azores. It offers stunning views and a variety of landscapes, including crater lakes and verdant plains. Visitors can explore a range of trails on the island and visit two volcanic lakes: Lagoa Azul (Blue Lake) and Lagoa Verdes (Green Lake).

The famous Mount Pico, a volcano, on Pico Island, Azores


The island of Pico in the Azores is known for three main activities: whale watching, wine tasting, and climbing Mount Pico.

Lagos gate with palm trees outside

The Historical Town of Lagos

Lagos is a city in the Algarve region of Spain that has a long history dating back 2000 years. Some of the notable attractions in Lagos include Duna beach, the 16th-century old town, and Praia do Pinhao, which offers scenic cliffside walks. Visitors can also enjoy kayaking or taking private boat tours to Benagil cave.

Tavira, Portugal, Algarve

Cultural Attractions in Tavira

Tavira is a town in the Algarve region of Spain known for its beauty and rich history. It is home to a ruined castle, an ancient Roman bridge, and various architectural and design elements from the Gothic and Renaissance eras, as well as churches. These cultural attractions make Tavira an ideal base for exploring the region’s natural beauty.