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Portugal, a country brimming with history and natural beauty, invites exploration of its captivating coastlines, historic cities like Lisbon and Porto, and picturesque landscapes such as the Douro Valley and the Algarve. With rich culture, warm hospitality, and a blend of tradition and modernity, Portugal promises an unforgettable experience at every turn.

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Exploring Lisbon, Fatima, Nazare, and Porto on a tour unveils Portugal's diverse treasures. Commence in Lisbon, the vibrant capital blending historical districts with modern culture. Discover landmarks such as Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, and the bustling Baixa streets. Continue to Fatima, a renowned pilgrimage site exuding spiritual serenity at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima. Next, immerse yourself in Nazare's coastal charm, renowned for its picturesque beaches and traditional fishing roots. Concluding in Porto, savor the UNESCO-listed city's allure. Stroll ancient streets, tour Port wine cellars, and soak in the Douro River panoramas. Don't overlook iconic sites like the Clerigos Tower and the lively Ribeira district. This tour encapsulates Portugal's diversity, merging historical richness in Lisbon and Fatima, coastal splendor in Nazare, and the captivating essence of Porto.


Prepare yourself! You are leaving today for Lisbon to start your unbelievable Best of Portugal Journey.

Upon arrival in Lisbon, claim your bags and proceed toward the arrival hall. Our representative will meet you and assist you with your transfer to the hotel. (Standard check-in time is 3:00 pm).

Check-in at the hotel and catch up on your rest. You can unwind or tour the city throughout the remaining part of the day.  Evening Enjoy your dinner at the hotel

Overnight in Lisbon

Enjoy your morning meal at the hotel as today marks an exciting start to your Lisbon exploration. Get ready for a comprehensive city center tour, promising stunning views of the city's seven hills. Our journey will begin in downtown (Baixa), allowing you to immerse yourself in the significant squares of Lisbon. This includes the grand Trade Square (Praça do Comércio), the bustling heart of the city–Rossio Square, and the iconic Restauradores Square. We'll delve into the historic Belém district, where you'll encounter exquisite monuments dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries.

We'll pause briefly at the UNESCO World Heritage site, Belém Tower (Torre de Belém), known as the departure point for numerous Portuguese maritime expeditions. Our visit continues to the Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos), a tribute to Prince Henry the Navigator's legacy on its 500th anniversary.

Of course, a trip to Lisbon wouldn't be complete without indulging in the well-kept secret of Portuguese pastries–the Pasteis de Belem. Dating back to 1837 in a charming bakery, you'll have the chance to savor one of these delicious treats (included in the package). Our next stop will be the UNESCO World Heritage site, San Jerónimo Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos), renowned for its stunning "Manueline" architectural style. Afterwards, the afternoon will be yours to enjoy at your leisure back at the hotel.

Overnight in Lisbon
Meals: Breakfast

Begin your day with breakfast at the hotel and relish a full day to yourself in this charming city. Explore at your leisure by strolling to the port and relishing the picturesque views along the Tagus River. Delight your taste buds with local cuisine, embark on a culinary journey, or simply wander the quaint streets, immersing yourself in the town's romantic ambiance. Alternatively, consider pre-booking one of our recommended optional tours for an enhanced experience.

Add-on: Full-day tour to Sintra, the fairytale city, and Cascais: - USD 200 Per person (minimum 4 pax)
Discover the palaces and gardens of Sintra through a guided bus tour departing from Lisbon. Follow the coastline to Cabo da Roca, Cascais' beaches, and trace the paths of poets and exiled royalty. Your journey begins with a hotel pick-up, venturing towards the enchanting Sintra Hills, where fairytale palaces and castles await exploration. Step into the renowned Pena Palace, celebrated as one of Europe's most stunning castles. Take a leisurely stroll through its grounds and savor sweeping views of Lisbon from its balconies. Subsequently, delve into the picturesque village of Sintra, pausing to sample local pastries and peruse souvenir shops. Continue to Cabo da Roca, standing at mainland Europe's westernmost point, navigating less-traveled roads away from tourist hubs. Travel along the coastal route, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Tagus River. Along the way, pause at Cascais, once a haven for exiled royalty and a site of intrigue during World War II. Conclude the tour by returning to Lisbon via the majestic Avenida Marginal, reveling in vistas of the Estoril Coast throughout the journey.

Add-on: Full-day tour to Evora, the white city: USD 230 Per person (minimum 4 pax) 
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Town, uncover a 2nd Century Roman Temple, and venture across the expansive Ponte Vasco da Gama, among Europe's longest bridges, offering stunning vistas of the Tagus River Bay.

Upon arrival in Evora, take a guided stroll through the city, visiting significant landmarks. Begin at São Francisco church, where the Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos) awaits–a hauntingly adorned chapel featuring bones from overcrowded graveyards, adorned with the eerie inscription "We bones await yours."

Next, venture to Praça do Giraldo, Evora's central square surrounded by al fresco cafes catering to tourists. The city's unique Cork trees make for another intriguing stop. Explore the Cathedral Se, a medieval cathedral constructed between the 13th and 14th centuries, deemed one of the country's most significant.

Don't miss the Roman Temple, a highlight of Evora, revered as the best-preserved Roman structure on the Iberian Peninsula. The tour concludes with a return journey to Lisbon via the Ponte Vasco da Gama Bridge, offering splendid views of the

Overnight in Lisbon
Meals: Breakfast

Depart from Lisbon for Óbidos, an ideal spot for romantic getaways near the capital, renowned for its well-preserved castle, handicraft shops within ancient walls, and a charming labyrinth of alleys and white houses perfect for leisurely strolls. Following this, proceed to Alcobaça to explore the Monastery of Alcobaça, the region's oldest monastery, housing the tombs of Portugal's most famous lovers.

Around noon, arrive at Nazaré, a town steeped in vibrant fishing traditions and boasting a crescent-shaped beach, known for hosting the world's largest beach-breaking waves. After lunch, journey to the Monastery of Batalha, an exceptional example of Late Flamboyant Gothic architecture in Portugal, dating back to the 14th century.

The tour's pinnacle is a visit to Fátima, renowned for the 1917 sighting of the Virgin Mary by three young shepherds. Each year, Fátima draws millions of Christian pilgrims who pay homage at the Sanctuary of Fátima, also recognized as Our Lady of Fátima (Nossa Senhora de Fátima). Upon arrival in Fátima, check-in and immerse yourself in the opportunity to participate in the candle-lit procession in Fátima.

Overnight in Fatima
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Embark on an enriching journey from Fátima to Porto, passing through Coimbra and Aveiro, each destination offering its own unique allure and cultural treasures.

Begin in Fátima, a significant pilgrimage site renowned for the Sanctuary of Fátima, attracting millions of pilgrims annually. Experience the serene ambiance and witness the spiritual devotion at this revered site.

Next, venture to Coimbra, a city steeped in history and home to one of Europe's oldest universities. Explore the university's captivating Joanina Library and revel in its Baroque architecture. Stroll through the city's ancient streets, uncovering its rich heritage and soaking in the vibrant atmosphere.

Post lunch, continue your journey to Aveiro, often referred to as the "Venice of Portugal," renowned for its picturesque canals lined with colorful moliceiro boats. Explore the charming town, sample local delicacies like ovos moles, and admire the exquisite Art Nouveau architecture.

Finally, arrive in Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage city celebrated for its historic center, captivating Douro River, and renowned port wine cellars. Explore the Ribeira district, marvel at the iconic Dom Luís I Bridge, and indulge in a tasting of Porto's famed wines.

Overnight in Porto
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Following breakfast, embark on a captivating journey to the Douro Valley, a UNESCO Heritage Site renowned as Europe's premier river destination. The excursion commences in the historic town of Amarante, where you'll marvel at the impressive Bridge and the Sao Goncalo Church, steeped in rich heritage.

Continuing the adventure, a stop in Regua, the epicenter of the Port wine region, awaits. A tour highlight awaits at Quinta Do Seixo from Sandeman, famed for its panoramic mountain-top views overlooking vineyards. Delight in a wine tasting paired with a delectable lunch, immersing yourself in the region's flavors.

The exploration continues to Pinhão, offering free time to independently discover the charming village. Wander through its streets or head to the Pinhão train station renowned for its striking blue-and-white tile murals depicting the region's scenic landscapes and vineyards that define the Douro panorama.

Experience a serene 2-hour traditional Rabelo boat tour along the tranquil Douro River, navigating through the heart of the world's oldest demarcated wine region. Departing from Pinhão, the journey passes under the Eiffel iron bridge, unveiling breathtaking vistas as you head upstream towards the Tua area before returning. Admire the terraced vineyard-clad hillsides, immersing yourself in the region's beauty with no national roads or traffic in sight. Witnessing the same stretch from different viewpoints offers a new perspective, highlighting the region's stunning allure.

After the cruise, relax on your return drive to Porto, arriving at your hotel in the evening, having experienced the wonders and tranquility of the Douro Valley, a region steeped in natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

Overnight in Porto
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

Enjoy an entire day at your leisure in Porto, granting you the freedom to design your day just the way you like it. Explore the city's charming neighborhoods and discover its hidden gems. Wander through the colorful streets of Ribeira, soaking in the lively atmosphere and admiring the picturesque houses that line the Douro River. Traverse the winding alleys of the historic center, uncovering architectural marvels, from grand cathedrals to quaint squares adorned with local cafes.

For history buffs, delve into Porto's rich past by visiting iconic landmarks such as the imposing Sé Cathedral or the Clerigos Tower, offering panoramic views of the city. Stroll along the bustling Avenida dos Aliados, immersing yourself in the vibrant local culture and perhaps indulging in some shopping at traditional markets or modern boutiques.

Immerse yourself in the city's culinary scene by savoring traditional Portuguese cuisine at local eateries or enjoying a delightful meal at one of the riverside restaurants offering delectable seafood dishes paired with regional wines.

If relaxation is on your agenda, opt for a leisurely walk along the riverfront promenade, basking in the serene ambiance and taking in the splendid views of the Douro River. Alternatively, unwind at one of Porto's charming parks or gardens, offering a tranquil escape from the bustling city life. 

Alternately, pre-book one of our suggested add-ons

Add-on: Full-Day Tour to Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho : USD 180 Per person (minimum 4 pax)
Embark on a full-day journey to Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho, immersing yourself in the rich cultural heritage and historical significance of these captivating destinations.

Begin your adventure by departing from Porto, setting off towards Santiago de Compostela, a renowned pilgrimage site and the final stop on the Camino de Santiago. Upon arrival, delve into the city's religious significance, exploring the magnificent Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, an architectural masterpiece adorned with intricate details and religious symbolism. Marvel at the ornate façade and embrace the serene ambiance within this revered pilgrimage site.

Wander through Santiago de Compostela's charming streets, lined with centuries-old buildings, picturesque squares, and traditional cafes. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as you encounter pilgrims from around the world who have completed their spiritual journey.

Following your exploration of Santiago de Compostela, continue your adventure to Valença do Minho, a picturesque town steeped in history and known for its well-preserved fortress. Discover the impressive Valença Fortress, a striking military structure with massive stone walls, offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes and the neighboring country of Spain.

Stroll through Valença do Minho's cobbled streets within the fortress walls, perusing local artisan shops offering traditional crafts and souvenirs. Indulge in local delicacies at charming eateries or cafes nestled within this historic setting.

As the day draws to a close, return to Porto, reflecting on the cultural richness and historical significance experienced during your exploration of Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho.


Add-on: Braga & Guimaraes Old Town Tour : USD 170 Per person (minimum 4 pax)
Embark on a captivating tour exploring the old towns of Braga and Guimarães, two historically significant cities in Portugal, renowned for their cultural heritage and architectural marvels.

The tour commences in Guimarães, often referred to as the "birthplace of Portugal" due to its pivotal role in the country's foundation. Begin by visiting the iconic Guimarães Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, steeped in medieval history and boasting breathtaking views of the city. Explore the castle's grounds and delve into the legends surrounding its origins.

Continue your journey to the historic center of Guimarães, characterized by narrow cobblestone streets, charming squares, and well-preserved medieval buildings. Discover the Largo da Oliveira, a picturesque square adorned with a beautiful fountain and surrounded by historic structures, including the Nossa Senhora da Oliveira Church, showcasing intricate Gothic architecture.

Next, venture to Braga, a city known for its religious significance and rich cultural heritage. Explore the Bom Jesus do Monte Sanctuary, an architectural gem featuring a Baroque staircase adorned with ornate sculptures and offering panoramic views of the city below.

Visit Braga's historic center, home to the Sé de Braga, one of Portugal's oldest cathedrals, boasting a blend of architectural styles spanning centuries. Wander through the vibrant streets, taking in the atmosphere of Praça da República and absorbing the city's lively ambiance.

As the tour concludes, take in the sights, sounds, and stories of Braga and Guimarães, reflecting on the rich history and cultural treasures discovered in these enchanting Portuguese cities.

Overnight in Porto
Meals: Breakfast 

Following breakfast, we'll collect you from your hotel and guide you through the historic center, starting with the magnificent Cathedral. Take a moment to soak in the breathtaking view and explore the cathedral itself. Our next stop is the S. Bento Railway Station, a marvel of beauty and historical significance. Learn more about its intriguing history and its pivotal role in the city.

Discover the essential landmarks, streets, and sites that shape our remarkable historical center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. As Porto Wine stands as an emblem of the city, we'll conclude the tour with a guided visit to a renowned wine cellar. Immerse yourself in wine culture, uncover the wine-making process, delve into the cellar's history, and indulge in a delightful wine tasting with a magnificent view!

After lunch, we'll transfer you to Lisbon. As evening approaches, prepare for a panoramic tour to witness the city illuminated by enchanting lights. Experience the splendor of Lisbon at night, capturing the captivating panorama.

Conclude your evening in a traditional restaurant, savoring a delightful dinner accompanied by the captivating sounds of Fado music, an essential part of our national culture. Enjoy a live Fado performance during dinner, allowing the essence and beauty of this Portuguese musical tradition, accompanied by the soulful notes of the Portuguese guitar, to enchant you.

Overnight in Lisbon
Meals: Breakfast & Breakfast

You've delved into Portugal's rich history, relished the enduring tastes of the Mediterranean that will linger in your memories, and forged lasting connections with newfound friends.  You will be transferred to Lisbon airport as you bid a heartfelt goodbye as you get ready to embark on your homeward journey.


The Editory House Ribeira Porto

The Editorly House Ribeira Porto Hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of Porto, offering easy access to Ribeira Square and the Porto Historic Center, both within a 10-minute walk. Additionally, the hotel is just 0.6 miles (1 kilometer) away from Porto Cathedral and 0.7 miles (1.1 kilometers) from the renowned Livraria Lello.

You'll find a range of convenient amenities at your disposal, including complimentary wireless Internet access, attentive concierge services, and a welcoming reception hall.

Whether you're in the mood for a quick bite or prefer to dine in the comfort of your room, the hotel's snack bar/deli and room service (available during limited hours) have you covered. You can also wind down your day with a relaxing drink at the bar/lounge. If you wish to start your day with a delicious breakfast, continental breakfasts are served on weekdays from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM and on weekends from 8 AM to 11:00 AM for a nominal fee.

For your convenience, the hotel offers various amenities, including dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and a friendly and multilingual staff ready to assist you with any inquiries or needs.

Settle into one of the 56 well-appointed guestrooms, each thoughtfully furnished with minibars and flat-screen televisions. Stay connected with complimentary wireless Internet access and enjoy a variety of entertainment options with cable programming. The bathrooms feature showers and complimentary toiletries, and the rooms are equipped with practical amenities such as phones, safes, and desks to enhance your stay.


Turim Av. Liberdade

Stay at the TURIM Av Liberdade Hotel and discover a central Lisbon location, just a short drive from Rossio Square and the Castle of São Jorge. Positioned within proximity to Avenida da Liberdade and Marquis of Pombal Square, this 4-star hotel ensures convenience and accessibility to key city attractions.

Enjoy various recreational offerings like bicycle rentals or simply unwind amidst the scenic garden views. Complimentary wireless Internet, concierge services, and a welcoming reception hall complement your stay. Indulge your taste buds at Duk, the hotel's specialized pizza restaurant, or opt for room service. End the day with a drink at the bar/lounge or start mornings with a buffet breakfast available daily.

Amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Self-parking is also available on-site for a fee.

Relax in one of the 166 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen TVs. Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi, and unwind with satellite programming. The private bathrooms are equipped with complimentary toiletries and hair dryers, while amenities such as safes, desks, and phone lines ensure a comfortable stay.

Essence Inn Marianos Hotel

During your stay at Essence Inn Marianos, enjoy a central location in Ourem, within walking distance of Chapel of the Apparitions and Church of the Most Holy Trinity. This 4-star hotel is also conveniently close to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima and Fatima Basilica, both within 0.9 miles.

Indulge in recreational offerings such as an indoor pool and bicycle rentals. The hotel also provides complimentary wireless internet access, gift shops, and a shared TV area for added convenience.

Experience Portuguese cuisine at É Restaurante, the hotel's specialized restaurant, or opt for room service. Unwind with a refreshing beverage at one of the two bars/lounges. Start your day with a buffet breakfast available daily for a fee from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM.

Highlighted amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers, and dry cleaning/laundry services. The hotel offers free self-parking and a roundtrip airport shuttle for an additional charge, available 24 hours.

Retreat to one of the 91 air-conditioned rooms equipped with minibars and LCD TVs. Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi and enjoy digital programming for entertainment. The private bathrooms include complimentary toiletries and hair dryers, while amenities like safes, desks, and phone lines ensure a comfortable stay.





  • 08 Night's accommodation in TWN/DBL sharing basis at listed hotels or similar
  • Daily Breakfast,
  • 2 Lunches (1 in Nazare and 1 in Coimbra)
  • Admissions -Jerónimos Monastery, Alcobaça Monastery, Batalha Monastery, Coimbra University, Aveiro Museum
  • Custard tart tasting
  • Duro Cruise in Pinhao
  • Moliceiro boat trip
  • Ovos moles tasting
  • Wine tasting and lunch in Douro
  • Fado Show with Dinner
  • Transportation in a Deluxe Tourist Vehicle
  • Services of English-speaking driver-guide
  • International return airfare ex-New York (Please check with us for pricing from other cities)
  • All taxes and surcharges
  • All local applicable taxes


  • All other meals & other sightseeing or services
  • Gratuities for meals, tourist guides, drivers
  • Visa fees and travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic and other beverages, telephone calls, and laundry
  • Local city taxes if applicable to be paid directly at hotels upon check-out
  • Any other services or Items not mentioned above as included

Add On Service

Optional Tour

Full day Sintra and Cascais tour (Minimum 4 Pax) - Day 4 - LisbonLand Only
+ $ 200 / person
Full-day tour to Evora, the white city (Minimum 4 Pax) - Day 4 - LisbonLand Only
+ $ 230 / person
Full-Day Tour to Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho (Minimum 4 Pax) - Day 7 - PortoLand Only
+ $ 180 / person
Braga & Guimaraes Old Town Tour  (Minimum 4 Pax) - Day 7 - PortoLand Only
+ $ 170 / person

Planning a trip to Portugal?

Visa requirements:  To enter Portugal, American and Canadian citizens must hold a valid passport valid for at least six months beyond the re-entry date. It's advised to have at least one blank passport page for entry stamps. Starting in 2025, citizens from the US and Canada will need to apply for an ETIAS travel authorization to visit many European countries. This applies to over 60 visa-exempt nations, including the US and Canada, who will require ETIAS authorization to visit 30 European countries, even if they previously traveled without a visa. If visiting multiple countries under this requirement, the ETIAS form needs to be completed only once. All Go Ahead travelers are responsible for obtaining their own ETIAS authorization. For those who aren't US or Canadian citizens, specific entry requirements should be checked with the consulate of the destination country.

Language: Portuguese is the official language. While many Portuguese people speak English, especially in tourist areas, learning a few basic Portuguese phrases can be helpful and appreciated.

Currency: The currency used is the Euro (EUR). Credit cards are widely accepted, but it's good to have some cash for smaller purchases or in places that might not take cards.

Weather: Portugal generally enjoys a Mediterranean climate, but it can vary by region. Summers (June to August) are hot and dry, while winters (December to February) can be mild, especially in the southern regions. Coastal areas might experience cooler breezes.

Clothing and Packing: We suggest bringing breathable, loose clothing that can be layered for temperature changes, along with a light jacket or rain gear. Opt for durable walking shoes or sneakers for sightseeing. Consider including dressier outfits if visiting upscale restaurants or attending special events. It's advisable to avoid entering churches or religious sites with exposed legs and shoulders, as entry might be refused based on this attire

Cuisine: Portuguese cuisine boasts fresh, robust flavors. Sample seafood stew prepared in a cataplana, a copper pan resembling a shell, or indulge in the national favorite, bacalhau (salted cod). Typically, a couvert, comprising bread, butter, and olives, accompanies meals; while complimentary in several restaurants, some may include a charge for it on your bill.

Tipping: Tipping isn't obligatory, but it's appreciated, especially in restaurants. A tip of around 5-10% of the bill is customary if a service charge isn't included.

Dining: Portuguese cuisine is diverse and delicious. Seafood is a highlight, along with dishes like bacalhau (salted cod) and pastéis de nata (custard tarts). Dinner is typically eaten later in the evening compared to some other countries in Europe.

Electricity: In Portugal, the standard electrical voltage is 220-240 volts, and they utilize plug types C, E, or F featuring two small, rounded pins. Bringing a universal adapter is advisable, and if you intend to use personal appliances without built-in converters, consider carrying a voltage converter as well.

Air conditioning in European hotels might differ from what you're accustomed to in North America regarding strength and cooling. Typically, it's regulated seasonally and centrally controlled by the hotel.

While hotels may offer amenities like hairdryers, irons, and small appliances, their availability cannot be guaranteed.

Transportation: Portugal has an efficient transportation system. Trains, buses, and the metro are commonly used for travel between cities. Renting a car can be convenient for exploring rural areas.

Safety: Portugal is generally safe for travelers. However, it's always wise to be cautious of pickpockets in touristy areas and to keep an eye on your belongings.

Culture and Customs: Portuguese culture values courtesy and politeness. Greetings are important, and a handshake is common when meeting someone for the first time. Dress modestly when visiting religious sites.

Time Zone: Portugal operates on Western European Time (WET) or Western European Summer Time (WEST) during daylight saving.

Payment Policy & Insurance

Deposit:           US$ 500 per person [Non-refundable / Non-transferrable]
50% Deposit:  145 Days prior departure
Full Balance:    90 Days prior to departure

(Once the deposit is paid, the travelers can then pay any amount on any date. Travelers to ensure that the payment deadlines are met as above)

Insurance Policy

We encourage everyone who books a VOYAGES HUB TOURS package, regardless of age or tour choice, to obtain a travel protection plan. While you intend to take that once-in-a-lifetime trip, illness, family emergencies, and other factors can derail your best-laid plans.

VOYAGES HUB TOURS has partnered with Trip Mate for U.S. residents to offer a Travel Protection Plan, which includes insurance benefits and non-insurance travel assistance services. This plan includes trip cancellation, trip interruption, emergency medical evacuation and repatriation, accident and sickness medical expenses (COVID-19 is covered the same as any other sickness), baggage and personal effects baggage delay, and travel delay coverage. It also includes non-insurance travel assistance services provided by Generali Global Assistance's 24-hour, 365 days a year. 

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Cancellation Policy

  • From the date of booking to 145 days before departure: $500 per person Non-Refundable / Non-transferrable Deposit + interruption insurance cost (if purchased) + Cost of Air ticket if issued
  • 144-90 days before departure: 50% of the cost per person
  • 89 days or fewer before departure: No refund is available.

A person becoming single because of the roommate’s cancellation must pay the single supplement
All payment cut-off dates are firm, and missing deadlines without approved extensions will result in cancellations without refunds being offered. 


Voyages Hub reserves the right to levy a surcharge commensurate to the fuel increase at the time of operation of this movement.


A truly immersive journey! From the historic depths of Porto to the vibrant energy of Lisbon, this tour exceeded all expectations. The knowledgeable guides made every stop insightful, the wine tasting was divine, and the Fado dinner–simply unforgettable

Gwendolyn S verified

Highly recommended! The attention to detail in showcasing Portugal's heritage was remarkable. The blend of culture, gastronomy, and breathtaking sights was a perfect balance. I'll forever cherish the memories made in the picturesque towns and the warm camaraderie among fellow travelers

Angela Bailey verified

An exceptional adventure! This tour offered an authentic taste of Portugal. Each moment was crafted to perfection, from the ancient streets of Braga to the captivating views of the Douro Valley. The finale in Lisbon, with its evening panorama and soul-stirring Fado music, was the cherry on top

Regina Baxton verified

An enriching cultural experience! The tour seamlessly combined history, architecture, and gastronomy, offering a comprehensive view of Portugal's diverse landscapes. The wine cellar visit in Porto and the mesmerizing night tour of Lisbon were highlights of this well-organized and delightful journey

Claudia & Tony Marais verified

Unforgettable memories! This tour was a tapestry of delightful moments–exploring the old towns of Braga and Guimarães, savoring Porto's famed wines, and experiencing the magical night views of Lisbon. The Fado dinner was an emotional crescendo, leaving a lasting imprint of Portugal's soulful culture

Cheryll & Lisa verified