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Experience the best of Portugal with our private tour experiences & driver-guided excursions.

From the vibrant capital city of Lisbon to charming coastal towns, picturesque countryside, and historic landmarks, our guided tours across the various regions of Portugal allow you to explore the rich culture and history of this beautiful country.

Travel by Luxe offers a no-cancellation guarantee, 24/7 in-country support, and top-quality private guides for your trip. All tours are tailored to your individual preferences and planned by our expert tour consultants.

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the basilica of our lady of Fatima
Magic seascapes Albufeira. In summer, the clear waters. Portugal Algarve area.
Old vineyards with red wine grapes in the Alentejo wine region near Evora, Portugal

Every Aspect of Your Portuguese Vacation Taken Care Of

Our reputation in the travel industry has been established by providing our clients with the best possible experiences. We will plan the perfect Portuguese vacation for you, combining iconic cities and landmarks with exclusive and VIP events and attractions, as well as offering an authentic glimpse into Portuguese society, cultural traditions, and fascinating historical stories.

Discover festivals, events, and hidden gems throughout Portugal by requesting your complimentary custom tour itinerary.

Explore the charming streets and cultural attractions of Lisbon, relax on the beautiful beaches of the Algarve, or discover the rich history and stunning landscapes of the North. Visit the ancient city of Porto, renowned for its port wine, or take a trip to the stunning Azores islands. There is no better way to experience Portugal than with a customized schedule planned by your private tour consultant.

Multi-Day Portugal Tour Itineraries

Discover the Rich Cultural Heritage and Breathtaking Landscapes of Portugal with our multi-day tour itineraries.

Explore the rich cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes of Portugal on one of our multi-day tour itineraries. From charming villages to historic castles, famous vineyards, and more, you’ll immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions of each region. Choose from our carefully crafted itineraries and experience the best that Portugal has to offer.

Day Tours in Portugal

Our day tours in Portugal offer an opportunity for you to discover this amazing country in all its splendor.

Whether you’re interested in exploring the historical landmarks, savoring the local cuisine, or simply relaxing on the beach, our tours have been designed to provide an unforgettable experience.

Our Guests Favorite Portugal Tour Destinations: Lisbon

Lisbon is a city that sees a lot of tourists every year, with more than 3 million visitors. There are plenty of things to do and see in the city, and here are some of the most popular places to visit during your trip:

Porto Popular Tour Destinations

Porto is a must-see destination in Portugal, famous for its charming old town situated along the Douro River. In addition to its charming historical district, Porto boasts a plethora of cultural attractions such as art museums, cathedrals, and architecturally significant buildings. The city is also home to some of the best restaurants and seafood in Europe and is surrounded by renowned wine regions. There is no shortage of things to do and see in Porto.

Sintra Popular Tour Activities

Nestled in the picturesque hills of the Sintra Mountains, Sintra is home to a variety of stunning palaces, castles, and mansions, many of which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. The town is also known for its beautiful gardens, parks, and forests, making it a great destination for nature lovers. Visitors can explore the historic center of town, visit the stunning Sintra National Palace, or take a hike through the lush forests of the surrounding mountains. Sintra is a great place to experience the history and culture of Portugal.

The Algarve and Azores Regions

The Algarve and Azores regions in Spain are renowned for their stunning natural beauty and abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. Both destinations are also well-known for their whale and dolphin watching tours. If you are planning a trip to either region, be sure to consider visiting the following recommended locations:

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Experience the joy and beauty of Portugal when you work with our local tour consultants. Simply complete the form below and let us know when you will arrive in Portugal, how long you wish to spend here, and what cities or attractions are at the top of your wishlist

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Other Destinations You Might Like

The Tower of Belém

This stunning structure was built 500 years ago on the north bank of the River Tagus and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site for 40 years. Its Manueline architecture (Portuguese late Gothic) is a sight to see, and the views from the terrace at the top of the spiral staircase are awe-inspiring.

Terreiro do Paço 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 visitors.

The Jerónimos Monastery

This 16th-century monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage site in Lisbon, is a beautiful 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 renowned explorer Vasco da Gama and the 15th-century poet Luís de Camões.

São Jorge 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 fascinating history of intrigue, Moorish traditions, and war stories from your guide. Don’t forget to visit the museum inside to learn more about the heritage of Lisbon.

The Ribeira District

This historic neighborhood is located along the Douro River and is a popular destination for tourists. The Ribeira District is home to charming cobblestone streets, colorful houses, and a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the riverfront, visit the iconic D. Luís I Bridge, or sample some of the local wine at one of the many wine cellars in the area. The Ribeira District is also a great place to experience traditional Portuguese music and culture.

The Livraria Lello

A stunning bookstore that has gained a 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 captivating atmosphere. It is interesting to note that the Livraria Lello was struggling financially until it was revealed that it served as the inspiration for the staircase at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies.

Porto Wine Estates

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

The Clerigos Tower

This iconic 75-meter-tall bell tower in Porto, constructed in the elegant Baroque style between 1735-1748, is perhaps the city’s most renowned landmark. Climbing to the summit offers stunning views of Porto.

The Palacio de Monserrate

The palace was built in the 19th century in the Romantic style and features a stunning exterior with elaborate details and decorations. Visitors can explore the palace’s grand interior, which is filled with ornate rooms and staircases, and learn about its history from their guide. The palace is also home to a beautiful chapel and a picturesque lake, which visitors can enjoy during their visit.

Quinta da Regaleira

Quinta da Regaleira is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its elaborate gardens, palatial mansion, and underground tunnels. Visitors can explore the estate’s beautifully manicured gardens, which feature waterfalls, fountains, and hidden grottos, and take a tour of the grand mansion, which is filled with opulent rooms and ornate decorations. The estate is also home to a series of underground tunnels and caves, which were used for secret meetings and initiations in the past.

The Pena National Palace

The Pena National Palace is a stunning palace located in the town of Sintra, Portugal. It is situated on a hilltop in the Sintra Mountains and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The palace was built in the 19th century in the Romantic style, and its colorful exterior and whimsical design make it a truly unique and breathtaking sight. Visitors can explore the palace’s ornate interior, with its grand hallways, elaborate staircases, and opulent rooms, and learn about its history from their guide. The palace is surrounded by beautiful gardens, which visitors can stroll through and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Castelo dos Mouros

The Castelo dos Mouros (Moorish Castle) is a medieval castle located in the town of Sintra, Portugal. It is situated on a hilltop overlooking the town and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The castle was built in the 8th century by the Moors and has been beautifully preserved to this day. Visitors can explore the castle’s winding corridors, staircases, and ramparts, and learn about its rich history from their guide. The castle is a great destination for history enthusiasts, as it offers a unique glimpse into the past and the Moors’ influence on the region.


Tavira is known for its beautiful beaches, historic landmarks, and rich culture. Visitors to Tavira can explore the town’s charming streets, which are filled with narrow alleys, colorful houses, and charming squares. The town is home to a variety of cultural attractions, including the Tavira Castle, the Church of Santa Maria do Castelo, and the Tavira Museum. Visitors can also take a tour of the town’s historic salt pans, which have been used for salt production for centuries, or visit Tavira Island Beach, which is accessible by boat.


The historical town of Lagos on the Algarve coast of Portugal is known for its charming streets, beautiful beaches, and rich history. Visitors can explore the town’s old quarter, which is filled with narrow streets, colorful houses, and charming squares, and visit the town’s historic landmarks, including the Church of Santa Maria and the Lagos City Museum. The town is also home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops, where visitors can sample local cuisine and buy souvenirs.

São Miguel

The largest island in the Portuguese Azores archipelago and is known as “The Hawaii of Europe” due to its stunning landscapes and beautiful beaches. The island is home to a variety of natural attractions, including the Furnas Valley, the Sete Cidades Lagoon, and the Lagoa do Fogo, a beautiful lake surrounded by forests and mountains. Visitors to São Miguel can also explore the island’s charming villages and towns, which are filled with colorful houses and charming squares, and visit the island’s many churches, museums, and cultural centers. São Miguel is also known for its delicious cuisine, which includes fresh seafood, local cheeses, and traditional dishes. The island is a great destination for nature lovers, history enthusiasts, and foodies alike.


The Island of Pico is located in the central group of the Portuguese Azores archipelago. It is the second-largest island in the archipelago and is known for its stunning landscapes, rich culture, and delicious cuisine. The island is home to a variety of natural attractions, including Pico Mountain, the highest mountain in Portugal, and the Lajes do Pico Wine Region, which is known for its delicious wines. Visitors to Pico can also explore the island’s charming villages and towns, which are filled with colorful houses and charming squares, and visit the island’s many churches, museums, and cultural centers. Pico is also known for its delicious cuisine, which includes fresh seafood, local cheeses, and traditional dishes.