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Experience the best of Portugal with a private tour and driver-guide. From sunny beaches and charming villages to bustling cities and delicious food and wine, Portugal has something for everyone. And if you’re looking for a winter getaway, the Portuguese mountains offer top-notch ski resorts.

Let our local experts craft a custom itinerary for your dream vacation in Portugal. We’ll handle all the planning and details, so you can relax and fully enjoy your trip. Request your complimentary tour itinerary today.

Benefits of Booking Your Tour of Portugal With Us

When you book a trip with us, you can relax knowing that we offer a free cancellation policy, knowledgeable and qualified guides and drivers, and 24/7 in-country support for our guests. 

Other benefits of reserving with us include:

Tour Portugal Your Way

With so much to explore in Portugal with your private guide, it can be difficult to make sure you don’t miss out on all the country has to offer. From its beautiful beaches and stunning architecture to its rich culture and delicious cuisine, there’s something for everyone in Portugal.

With 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites (and 19 more on the tentative list) spread across the country, you can explore the historic city of Porto, visit the stunning castles of Sintra, or take in the stunning natural beauty of the Douro Valley. 

Our tour planning service and certified guides, along with luxury air-conditioned vehicles, allow you to sit back, relax, and enjoy your tour of Portugal in comfort and style. And with our free cancellation guarantee and in-country support available, you can travel with peace of mind.

Popular Portugal Private Tour Destinations

As one of the most popular destinations in Portugal, Lisbon attracts over 3 million visitors each year. The city is bursting with sights and activities to enjoy, and here are some of the top places to visit during your stay:


Porto is a city in Portugal that is well-known for its charming old town located on the Douro River. However, this city has much more to offer, including some of the finest restaurants and seafood in Europe, as well as impressive art museums, cathedrals, wine regions, and architectural buildings. With so many things to see and do, Porto is a must-visit destination in Portugal.


Sintra, situated in the Serra de Sintra mountain range, is a town renowned for its cultural and historical significance, as well as its stunning natural surroundings. It attracts many tourists visiting Lisbon and is renowned for its charming streets, beautiful architecture, and breathtaking views. A visit to Sintra is a must for anyone interested in experiencing all it has to offer.

The Algarve and Azores Regions

Spain’s Algarve and Azores regions are known for their breathtaking natural beauty and abundance of outdoor activities. They are also popular destinations for whale and dolphin watching. If you’re planning a trip to either of these regions, consider visiting the following recommended places:

The Best Choice For your Portugal Vacation

In addition to providing a complimentary customized vacation itinerary, we offer assistance with hotel and accommodation bookings and provide transportation in luxury vehicles or with a driver-guide. 

We also have a team of expert and enthusiastic guides who can help make your trip even more special by offering VIP experiences and activities. Our customer service team is available round-the-clock in Portugal, and we offer a money-back guarantee for your peace of mind. Choose Prestige for a truly memorable trip to Portugal.

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Popular European Destinations

Praça do Comércio Square

Often considered the finest square in Lisbon, is a popular tourist destination that showcases beautiful Pombaline-style buildings on either side of its impressive arched entrance. This square, which embodies the spirit of Portugal’s Golden Age when captains and merchants set sail across the seas, is a must-see for any visitor to Lisbon.

The Jerónimos Monastery

The Jerónimos Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its stunning 16th-century Manueline architecture and its connection to the “Age of Discovery.” On a guided tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the monastery and learn about its rich history and symbolism. You will also visit the tombs of Vasco da Gama, the famous explorer, and Luís de Camões, the 15th-century poet.

The Belém Tower

This stunning structure, built 500 years ago on the north bank of the River Tagus, has been a UNESCO World Heritage site for over 40 years. Its unique Manueline architecture, a blend of late Gothic and Portuguese styles, is a marvel to behold. Visitors can climb the spiral staircase to the top of the tower for breathtaking views of the city and river below.

St George's Castle

Located in Lisbon, is a must-see attraction that offers a glimpse into the city’s rich history. This castle, which dates back to the 6th century, is notable for its 11 towers that can be seen from various parts of the city. On a guided tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the castle and learn about its many stories of intrigue, conflict, and connections to Moorish traditions. The museum within the castle is also worth a visit to gain a deeper understanding of Lisbon’s cultural heritage.

The Ribeira District

The Ribeira District is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is located on the banks of the Dupro river. It is renowned for its picturesque medieval streets, as well as its vibrant cultural scene, which is characterized by a variety of bars, restaurants, and cafes. Many consider this neighborhood to be the most attractive in Porto.

Clerigos Tower

One of the most famous landmarks in Porto, Clerigos tower is a 75-meter-tall bell tower built in the Baroque style between 1735-1748. It is a must-see for visitors to the city, and the views from the top of the tower are stunning.

The Porto Cathedral

The Porto Cathedral, also known as the Sé do Porto, is a treasured national monument and the most important church in the city. It was built in the 12th and 13th centuries and features a Gothic cloister, chapel paintings, a sculpture by Teixeira Lopes in the baptismal font, and a medieval portrait of Our Lady of Vandoma, the patroness of the city.

The Livraria Lello

This bookstore’s neo-gothic architecture, wooden panels, and a large selection of books have become one of the most photographed spots in Porto. Its stunning atmosphere has earned it a reputation as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. Interestingly, the store experienced financial struggles until it was revealed that it served as the inspiration for the staircase at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies.

The Castelo dos Mouros

The Castelo dos Mouros, also known as the Castle of the Moors, is a centuries-old fortress that dates back to the 9th century. Visitors can take a guided tour to discover the castle’s walls, hidden passages, and a Romanesque church inside. Explore the history and mystery of this ancient site on a tour of the Castelo dos Mouros.

The Palacio de Monserrate

Showcases a blend of Arabic and Renaissance architectural styles and surrounded by gorgeous English gardens, the villa sits on the rocky hillside of the Serra de Sintra, offering a breathtaking natural setting. During a visit, you’ll be able to marvel at the intricate lattice carvings and geometric patterns that decorate the walls and ceilings inside.

Quinta da Regaleira

19th-century villa that is considered one of the finest in Sintra and possibly even all of Portugal. Join a guided tour to learn about its rich history and explore its stunning neo-gothic architecture, lush gardens, initiation well, and spiral staircases. Discover the beauty and drama of Quinta da Regaleira on this memorable tour.

The Pena National Palace

A castle that seems to belong in a fairytale, with its dreamy spires, romantic balconies, and ornate gargoyle details. Located atop the Sintra mountains, this castle is a masterpiece of German Romantic-style architecture. Take a guided tour to explore the inside, which has been restored to its 1910 appearance. Don’t miss this opportunity to step into a world of fantasy and enchantment at the Pena National Palace.

São Miguel

Located in the Azores, is often referred to as “The Hawaii of Europe” due to its breathtaking beauty and diverse landscape. The island boasts crater lakes and lush plains, as well as a variety of trails for exploration. Visitors can also take in the stunning views of Lagoa Azul (Blue Lake) and Lagoa Verdes (Green Lake), two volcanic lakes on the island.


Lagos is a city in the Algarve region of Spain with a rich history that dates back to 2000 years. Its many notable attractions include Duna beach, the 16th-century old town, and Praia does Pinhao, a beautiful spot for cliffside walks. Visitors can also try their hand at kayaking or go on a private boat tour to the stunning Benagil cave. Don’t miss the chance to explore the historical town of Lagos.


On the island of Pico in the Azores, you can enjoy three main activities: whale watching, wine tasting, and climbing Mount Pico.


Located in the Algarve region of Spain, Tavira is a town with a rich history and stunning beauty. It is home to a ruined castle, an ancient Roman bridge, and various architectural and design elements from the Gothic and Renaissance eras, as well as churches. These cultural attractions make Tavira an ideal place to stay while exploring the region’s natural beauty.