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Savor gourmet foods from Portugal during this 3.5-hour small-group guided food and wine tour of Lisbon. Portuguese flavors and culture is highlighted on this tour that boasts tastes of traditional delicacies and sweet treats. Discover charming restaurants and shops along cobblestone corridors where you can taste cheese, pastries and port. Enjoy a Lisbon wine tasting from the Alentejo and learn why this region produces some of the world’s best wine. Plus, your local guide will provide you with tips on the city’s best eats. This tour is limited to 15 people to ensure a personalized experience.


  • Gourmet Portuguese food and wine walking tour in Lisbon
  • Taste Portuguese pastries, cheese, Port and cherry brandy
  • Visit some of the best food purveyors and restaurants in Lisbon
  • Learn about Portugal's food and wine traditions from your local guide
  • Enjoy beautiful views of Lisbon as you walk
  • Small-group limited to 15 people ensures a more personalized experience

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What You Can Expect

Lisbon Small-Group Gourmet Portuguese Food and Wine Tour

Lisbon Small-Group Gourmet Portuguese Food and Wine Tour

Meet your friendly guide in central Lisbon and begin your small-group gourmet food and wine walking tour. Throughout the tour you’ll meet locals and learn about traditional Portuguese dishes and culinary culture. Warm up your taste buds during a visit to a local restaurant, with petiscos — Portugal’s version of tapas. Then, savor bacalhau (dried and salted cod), a traditional Portuguese dish and tremoços (pickled Lupini beans).

Next, head to one Lisbon’s top cafes, Cafe Nicola. Learn how this cafe has been a meeting place for politicians and writers since the early 1800s. Then, stroll over to Rossio and stop at the famous pastry shop Pastelaria Suiça. Continue on and discover the 100-year old secrets of some of Lisbon’s most delectable sausages, hams and cheeses at local eatery. Here, learn about the history of Port (Portugal’s famous fortified wine) as you taste it alongside a piece of São Jorge cheese whose peppery and grassy flavor pairs perfectly. Stroll to a local bakery and sweeten your tooth with a traditional favorite abacahlau cake. At a nearby bar, sip a classic Portuguese cherry brandy and note its similarities with Port.

Walk to the Baixa district and pass Lisbon’s oldest confectionary, established in 1829. Stop at Casa Brasileira and let your sweet tooth come alive with taste of pastel de nata (custard tart). Learn why this famous Portuguese pastry is one of many desserts with a Catholic name.

Follow your guide to Cervejaria da Trindade, a historical convent, now a seafood and steak restaurant. After indulging a crisp local beer, walk to the steps of Calçada do Duque and São Pedro de Alcantara garden. Enjoy this lively atmosphere.

Finish your gourmet Portuguese food and wine tour as you relish a simple meal at the Neo-Moorish Casa do Alentejo, a gorgeous 17th century palace. Taste cheese, sausage, bread, and other local products served with a glass of Alentejo wine while admiring one of the most captivating Lisbon interiors. Amble back to the starting point, where your tour ends.

Customer Reviews

Angela E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Helder our guide was both comical and filled with history. We loved the going to the first true drive through for petite cous....afternoon snacks of cod and green wine. The quince paste and cheese was superb eclipsed only by the pumpkin jam cheese and bread...oh reallynall the food was great, a nice walk, met good people, great architecture and a history lesson....don't miss this tour!

Kenneth P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

This tour was excellent and far exceeded our expectations. Our guide was very engaging and brought the areas of Lisbon we toured to life. The places we sampled Portugese foods and drinks were very traditional Portugese bars, deli's and restaurants which made the experience even that much better. At Manteigaria Silva we were introduced to a fabulous cheese/quince jam combination followed by a traditional Portugese drink called ginja. From there we visited A Tendinha, Grapes and Bites, Casa da Alentejo and had wonderful wines and foods in all these establishments. We spent well over four hours on this tour and the time just flew by. This is a tour well worth taking as it gives you a great feel for downtown Lisbon and areas like Barrio Alto and a representative taste of traditional Portugese foods, wines and ginja the national drink of Portugal.

Kathryn S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

My husband, friend and I LOVED this tour. We are early 30s and were the youngest on the tour by at least 20 years and it was the best. Our guide was excellent! All the stops were tasty and we didn't even need dinner after. We got to see little pockets of the city that we may have missed and really utilized our guide for his restaurant/shop recommendations. I would go again in a second!!

James L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Excellent tour, our guide, Sophia was even better. The tastings were perfect and plenty of food and drink with very informative discussion as well. Highly recommend!

Bobbie L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Interesting tour mixing information about food, customs, areas of the city and history....Sofia, our guide ,was great: personable, funny, warm knowledgeable and informative....very recommendable

James C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Wow, Joannna was wonderful. She answered all of the groups questions and peppered the tour with appropriate observations, anecdotes, and little lnown facts. This was a totally enjoyable introduction to Lisbon.

Sharman L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Fantastic way to see historic Lisbon and taste the food and wine of the region. Our guide, Hélder, was knowledgable and helpful as well as friendly throughout the tour.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

It was wonderful. The guide was very knowledgeable and talked on the subject with great passion. Spent extra time with the group answering our questions.

Jerry D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Loved this tour, the guide and the people we met. Managing the walking tour during peak pedestrian times was a challenge at some points. Also, it was one of the hottest days of the year. It was difficult to start the stop 14 people at random points on our journey. Sofia was great a bit soft spoken at times, again considering the size of our group and the large crowds on the sidewalks. All the tastings were terrific. Sofia was very helpful in helping us identify sources/resources for the rest of our Lisbon trip. We highly recommend this tour.

Diane F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Excellent tour!! I could tell it surpassed everyone expectations.

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