Foodies will love this unique trip plan, which introduces you to Portuguese history and culture one bite at a time. You'll start in Lisbon, where a private guide will take you on a delicious culinary excursion that will set the stage — and your palette — for your epicurean adventure. Explore the old world charm of Óbidos and its historic castle, then hit the streets of Porto for a delectable lesson on the city's dynamic food scene. You'll also learn tips and tricks for recreating your favorite local specialties in a hands-on cooking workshop. End your trip with time in the stunning Douro Valley, where you can visit legendary wineries, learn about olive oil pressing, or take in the scenery on a relaxing boat ride.
Best of Óbidos
According to legend, King Dinis gave the town as a wedding present to his future queen, Dona Isabel, in 1282. You can learn all about Óbidos on a fascinating guided tour through the historic center. It’s also worth staying overnight to experience the magic of Óbidos after the day-trippers have left. Previous kimkim travelers have loved lodging in one of the village’s many atmospheric guesthouses — there’s even a medieval castle that’s been converted into a luxury hotel.
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This trip explores the Jewish heritage of Portugal, starting with a visit to the medieval town of Óbidos and a tour of the city of Porto. You'll discover unknown Jewish history in the Templar City of Tomar, examining the historic synagogue and heritage museum. You'll end in Lisbon, where visits to synagogues, memorials, and old Jewish quarters in the city expose the turbulent and unique history of the capital.
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