Portugal Itinerary 14 Days


Embark on a 14 days tour of Portugal, a journey that transcends time and terrain, weaving together historic cities, enchanting villages, and sun-kissed beaches. From the gastronomic alleys of Lisbon to the medieval allure of Évora, each day unfolds a new chapter in Portugal’s story. Immerse yourself in cultural riches, savor authentic flavors, and relax on the Algarve’s sandy shores. Your adventure begins with an evening gastronomy tour in Lisbon, where the city’s culinary tapestry is unveiled, setting the tone for a voyage that spans from the fairy-tale landscapes of Sintra to the vibrant streets of Porto. Explore Coimbra’s academic legacy, trace the Douro Valley’s vineyards, and unwind in the Alentejo region. From Évora’s historical embrace to the coastal haven of Lagos, this journey promises an immersive experience that leaves an indelible mark on your Portugal exploration.


  • Lisbon’s Gastronomic Symphony & Historical Echo
  • Escape to Sintra’s Fairytale Enchantment & Cascais’ Coastal Allure
  • Scenic Journey to Coimbra via Óbidos & Alcobaça’s Majestic Monastery
  • Coimbra’s Academic Legacy Unveiled
  • Porto’s Architectural Gems & Scenic Transfer North
  • Guimarães – Where Portugal Began
  • Douro Valley – Cruising Through Wine Paradise
  • Évora – A Journey Through Time & Alentejo’s Charm
  • Évora & the Alentejo’s Hidden Gems
  • Train to Lagos & Coastal Bliss
  • Explore Lagos & the Algarve’s Sun-Kissed Coast
  • Return Train to Lisbon & Cultural Immersion
  • Depart Lisbon & Farewell to Portugal


Touch down in Lisbon and let the infectious city energy embrace you. Your Day tour of Lisobn begins with a delectable Walking Foodie Tour, a symphony of flavors where iconic pastéis de nata (custard tarts) and savory petiscos (tapas) dance on your tongue. Explore the charming Baixa Pombalina district, marvel at the architectural gem of Jerónimos Monastery, and wander through Alfama’s labyrinthine streets, savoring the city’s culinary tapestry while uncovering its historical treasures.

Delve deeper into Lisbon’s rich history with a Half-Day Tour. Navigate the narrow alleys of Alfama, explore Bairro Alto’s artistic flair, and soak in panoramic vistas from São Jorge Castle. As the sun sets, immerse yourself in a Fado Dinner, an unforgettable cultural experience. Let the melancholic melodies of Portugal’s traditional music wash over you while savoring delectable Portuguese cuisine beneath the Lisbon night sky.

Escape the urban embrace and step into a fairytale with a Day Trip to Sintra. Explore Pena National Palace, a whimsical 19th-century gem perched atop the hills, and wander through the mystical Pena Park, its pathways whispering forgotten stories. Continue to charming Cascais, where colorful streets and bustling markets lead to pristine beaches like Guincho and Praia do Tamariz. Soak in the coastal vibe and savor fresh seafood before returning to Lisbon with a heart full of magic.

Embark on a picturesque journey to Coimbra, stopping at the enchanting towns of Óbidos and Alcobaça. Step back in time within Óbidos’ whitewashed walls, adorned with vibrant flowers and boasting the iconic Castelo Real. In Alcobaça, marvel at the breathtaking Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its Gothic architecture whispering tales of medieval monks. Upon arrival in Coimbra, settle into the city’s medieval ambiance, ready for historical exploration.

Immerse yourself in Coimbra’s intellectual legacy with a Guided Tour. Navigate the historic University of Coimbra, one of the oldest in Europe, and admire the grandeur of the Joanina Library, its shelves adorned with centuries-old books. From the Royal Palace to the Santa Clara-a-Velha Monastery, each step reveals Coimbra’s vibrant academic and cultural heritage, leaving you captivated by its wisdom and beauty.

Journey north to Porto, the heart of Portugal’s wine country. A scenic transfer offers glimpses of the Alentejo region’s rolling hills and vineyards, whetting your appetite for future adventures. Arriving in Porto, a City Tour showcases the city’s architectural blend of tradition and modernity. Marvel at the Ribeira district’s colorful waterfront houses, snap a photo atop the iconic Dom Luís I Bridge, and discover the city’s rich history and vibrant culture.

Travel back in time on a day trip to Guimarães, the “Birthplace of Portugal.” Explore the charming historic center, where cobbled streets whisper tales of Portugal’s foundation. Visit the Castle of Guimarães, where Portugal’s first king was born, and admire the grandeur of the Palace of the Dukes of Braganza, a testament to the city’s royal past. Feel the weight of history in every step, and let Guimarães transport you to the very beginnings of Portugal.

Embark on a scenic Day Trip to the Douro Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its terraced vineyards and picturesque landscapes. Visit historic wine estates like Quinta do Crasto or Quinta da Pacheca, learn about Portugal’s renowned winemaking traditions, and savor a tasting of the region’s prized Port wines. Cruise along the Douro River, soaking in the valley’s breathtaking beauty and capturing the essence of Portuguese winemaking amidst the rolling hills and charming villages.

Travel to Évora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, via Tomar, a town steeped in Templar history. As you traverse the Alentejo region, witness the changing landscapes that showcase Portugal’s diverse beauty. Arriving in Évora, step back in time amidst Roman ruins like the Temple of Diana. Explore the Gothic Cathedral, marvel at the intricate bone mosaics of the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones), and wander through the charming Praça do Giraldo, the city’s main square. In the afternoon, venture beyond the city walls to explore the Alentejo countryside, dotted with cork oak forests, olive groves, and charming villages like Monsaraz and Elvas. Savor regional delicacies like açorda (bread soup) and migas (fried breadcrumbs), and experience the warm hospitality of the Alentejo people.

Dedicate a day to fully immerse yourself in Évora and the Alentejo region. From the iconic Roman Bridge to the Sé de Évora Cathedral, each corner unveils the city’s rich tapestry. Discover the fascinating history of the Inquisition at the Museu Inquisição, then climb the bell tower of the Évora Cathedral for panoramic vistas. Delve into the world of cork at the Cork World Museum, a unique experience highlighting the region’s identity. Venture further into the Alentejo countryside, perhaps cycling through the vineyards of Reguengos de Monsaraz or exploring the medieval fortified town of Mértola. As the sun sets, savor a traditional Alentejo feast in a rural restaurant, the warmth of the fire and the flavors of the land weaving a memorable evening.

Board a train bound for Lagos, a coastal haven in the Algarve region. Feel the gentle sway of the train as you traverse the scenic landscapes, transitioning from the historical allure of Évora to the maritime charm of Lagos. As you arrive, the salty breeze and golden shores of Lagos welcome you to days of coastal exploration.

Lagos beckons with its dramatic cliffs, historic sites, and pristine beaches. Spend your days exploring the iconic Ponta da Piedade rock formations, navigating cobbled streets in the Old Town, and basking in the sunshine on sandy beaches like Dona Ana and Meia Praia. Kayak through the grottoes, discover hidden coves, and indulge in fresh seafood at beachfront restaurants. Lagos unfolds as a coastal masterpiece, inviting you to immerse yourself in its maritime allure and historical gems.

Bid farewell to Lagos and board a train that retraces your journey through scenic landscapes, bringing you back to the vibrant capital, Lisbon. Reflect on the memories created and the diverse landscapes witnessed as you travel back to where your Portuguese adventure began. Upon arrival, spend the afternoon immersing yourself in Lisbon’s vibrant culture. Browse the shops and cafes of Chiado, catch a live performance of Fado music in Alfama, or simply soak in the lively atmosphere of Bairro Alto.

The final day marks your departure from Lisbon, the city that witnessed your culinary introduction, historical explorations, and coastal retreat. Depart with a heart full of memories, a camera filled with picturesque landscapes, and a newfound appreciation for the cultural mosaic that defines Portugal. As you bid farewell to this captivating country, you carry with you a piece of its magic, forever woven into the tapestry of your travel adventures.


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  • Children under 6 years old: travel for free.
  • Kids under 12: receive a 50% discount.
  • Groups of 4 travelers: enjoy a 10% discount.
  • Groups of 6 or more: receive a 15% discount
  • Groups of ten or more: get a 20% discount.
  • Same family of 4 or more: receives an additional 5% off.

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The best time for beach lovers in Portugal is during the high season from June to August. If you want to enjoy beaches without being overcrowded, consider visiting Portugal in May to early June or during September to October.

The countryside blooms with springtime colors from March to May, while September and October provide an ideal backdrop for vineyard visits and wine tasting

Yes, English is commonly spoken in Portugal, particularly in tourist areas and urban centers. Many locals working in the tourism industry are fluent in English, making it relatively easy for travelers to communicate and navigate throughout the country

Portugal is best known for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture. The country boasts picturesque beaches along the Algarve coastline, historic cities like Lisbon, Porto, and Sintra with unique architectural wonders, and a maritime heritage shaped by famed explorers such as Vasco da Gama. Renowned for its delicious port wine from the Douro Valley, Portugal also offers the soulful sounds of Fado music, the traditional artistry of azulejos (ceramic tiles), and the irresistible Pastéis de Nata, a beloved custard tart. These elements collectively make Portugal a captivating destination with a diverse tapestry of experiences.

Seven days unveil the highlights, but the magic truly unfolds with a minimum of 10 days. This extended journey not only invites exploration of Lisbon and Porto but opens the door to the breathtaking wonders of the Algarve, the enchanting allure of Sintra, the timeless beauty of the Douro Valley, and other regions where Portugal’s captivating cultures, histories, landscapes, and communities come alive in an immersive experience