Portugal is less known for the vineyards varieties, even though there are more than 200 at present, carefully preserved. In the Lisbon region some of the most exclusive ones can be found and we propose a sort of a treasure hunt, by visiting a wine cellar in the oldest cooperative winery in the country.
Rebranded in the 19th century by many Poets, Sintra’s astonishing and exotic green landscape still combines nature with iconic Palaces. We will discover this wonderful village, laden with a mysterious and romantic atmosphere.
Cascais developed from a small fisherman’s town into a glamorous cosmopolitan city by the hand of the European royalty. The golden exile during World War II made the “new Riviera” world famous and the allure lives on.