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Porto, Lisbon and the Algarve (9 Days)

Tap into Portugal’s sunny, seafaring spirit as you make your way through the cities and coastal villages that once served as home to some of the greatest explorers the world has ever known. Soak up the historic neighborhoods flanked along the Douro River and sip port wine in the city for which it’s named. Make your way through the sun-splashed Algarve, where you’ll coast from world-class beaches to tranquil fishing towns. And wrap up your stay with a few days in Portugal’s colorful capital city, spent mingling with local Lisboetas and taking in its Old-World charms.

Your Edventure includes:

  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price varies depending on additional departure gateways)
  • 7 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 4 three-course meals served with beer or wine
  • Full-time tour coordinator
  • Multilingual tour guide
  • Private, deluxe motorcoach
  • Transportation (planes, trains, boats, etc.) while on tour
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Lisbon Prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

Porto on the Douro River


Evora Ruins

The Castle at Sintra

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Price: $4,188.00 (2019) based on double occupancy, plus optional $399.00 premium trip protection*

Next Departure Dates: 

 June 2019 (PGLA0619)

June 2020 (PGLA0620)
June 2021 (PGLA0621)
June 2022 (PGLA0622)
October 2022 (PGLA1022)

Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights Include:

~ Welcome Dinner

~ Following a local guide through the meandering medieval lanes of Porto, a 2,000-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the Old-World Ribeira District, along the boat-lined Douro riverfront, and to citywide icons, such as the Baroque-style Clérigos Tower, the Gothic São Francisco Church and the wrought-iron Dona Maria Pia Bridge

~ A cruise along the Douro River, taking in scenes of Porto’s vibrant waterfront and historic Villa Nova de Gaia, home to the region’s centuries-old port wine warehouses, and drifting under Old-World bridges, passing colorful hillside villas and traditional rabelos (flat-bottomed boats) along the way

~ A visit to two of Porto’s most prestigious port wine cellars to learn the long-standing history of port wine before being treated to a tasting of each cellar’s world-famous labels

~ A guided tour of Coimbra, home to the country’s first university, known as the “Oxford” of Portugal, and its striking Gothic architecture of its medieval old town and riverfront

~ Évora, one of Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, and once home to Portuguese royalty, including the region’s distinctive whitewashed homes, the remains of the Roman temple and the eerie “Chapel of Bones.”

~ The Algarve’s region, with its stunning white-sand beaches and breathtaking coastline, including the seafaring towns of Lagos and Sagres, as well as the Sagres Fortress on Cape St. Vincent, thought to be the westernmost point in the world before the Age of Discovery

~ Lisbon, Portugal’s colorful capital city, beginning with a guided tour to take in the city’s tribute to world explorers at the Maritime Monument and iconic Belém Tower, followed by visits to the Jerónimos Monastery and the culturally rich Alfama District

~ Lisbon Prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

~ An evening at a Lisbon tavern dining and listening to Fado, entertainment derived from the Latin word fatum—meaning "prophecy" or "fate"—that is Portugal’s national musical treasure

~ The UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Sintra to learn why the Poet Lord Byron once called it a “glorious Eden”, as Sintra is home to the only surviving royal palace from the Middle Ages, which will be explored on a guided tour

Tour Activity Estimates
 Average Daily Walking: 1.5 Hours
Average Activity Level: Easy to Moderate (mostly even terrain, including paved roads, cobblestone streets, few hills and stairs)

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