Stretching from the city of Porto, known for its production of fortified port wine, all the way to the border of northwestern Spain, northern Portugal’s deep green landscape is dotted with vineyards, mountains and medieval castles. Whether you’re visiting palaces in Guimarães or taking shelter from the rain within the cathedrals of Braga, the mostly rural region is a wonderland of fascinating architecture, rich food and natural resources begging to be explored.
Lifestyle: Porto River & Sea with a Local Host
See Porto through the eyes of a local
History and Art: Private Porto Architecture Tour
From the charming classics to the eye-poppingly modern
Food: Porto Petiscos Lunch with a Local Host
Located in one of the most charming streets of Porto, this specialty shop opens its doors to food lovers looking for a local gourmet experience.
Wine: Port Wine Tasting and Petiscos Lunch in Porto
This historic winery was built in 1890 on a hilltop in Vila Nova de Gaia, overlooking the Douro River and the city of Porto.
Honeymoons: Romantic Dinner on a Private Boat in Porto
The best way to discover the romantic and mythical city of Porto is by boat, and this evening you will experience it in the most spectacular way.
Traditions: Porto's Saint John’s Night by Boat
Christian tradition and ancient summer solstice celebrations are fused in Porto on Saint John’s Night, and it is customary to light large bonfires near the sea to celebrate.
Active & Outdoors: Private Douro Day Cruise
Set off on a full day excursion through the Douro River Valley by boat.
Wine: Wine Harvesting at a Douro Valley Quinta
Get your hands (and feet!) dirty harvesting wine with the help of vineyard workers
Active & Outdoors: Hiking and Wine Tasting in the Alto Douro Wine Region
Combine adventure and indulgence
History and Art: Private Guided Day Trip to Braga and Guimarães
A trip back in time