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Secret Food Tour In Lisbon

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Experience Lisbon through its culture of food and drink when you set off for a walking tour in the company of a friendly, local and knowledgeable host who is passionate about what they do. Portuguese food and wine are what you're looking for when you want a true taste of the city!

Secret Food Tour in Lisbon

When you book this mouth-watering and delicious tour in Lisbon, you will have an introduction to the gastronomy of the Portuguese food and drink culture. In your small group of no more than 10 guests, this tour will offer a very intimate and personal look into authentic food in the city. With up to 6 different stops, discover the scenic Mouraria district where stunning views over the city await.

Meet up with your local, professional guide who will begin to escort you around the city to eateries and shops that are where the locals haunt and call their favorites. This very personal experience will allow you to try different types of culinary delights as well as drinks, guaranteed to get your taste buds tingling.

Your first stop will take you to a nice "Garrafeira" to enjoy a delicious Porto wine. This is a very rare style of Port and many Port lovers have never even heard of it, and even fewer have ever tasted one. Literally the word garrafeira translates to bottle cellar, private wine cellar or bottle rack in Portuguese. Do not confuse this with the word garrafeira you may find on your typical table wine in Portugal. Throughout your tour you will have the great opportunity to taste different wines plus Aguardente de Medronho or Licor de Poejo (subject to seasonal availability).

Next, make your way to a special place to try the best "Bifana" in town. The Bifana is one of the most amazing pork sandwiches ever created! Your Bifana will be served with a fresh "Imperial" (Portuguese local beer) to wash it down. Along the way you will also be able to taste different cheeses and have the chance to try traditional Portuguese fish.

Continue in the heart of the Mouraria district where you will enjoy the stunning and panoramic view over the city and have the chance to admire all the beautiful old tiles that surround you. Don't forget to try some sardines and have a "Ginjinha" (Portuguese local liqueur).

From here, you will next visit a shop where your guide will show you the world's most delicious cured meat, Portuguese, of course. And then you will be shown one of the best hidden gems in Lisbon where you will taste some traditional handmade "Petiscos". Not sure what Petiscos are? This is generally small versions of large plates, but not exactly tapas, and are a part of Portugal's gastronomy and traditionally found in tascas, taverns or cafes.

But before your extraordinary time comes to an end, taste the famous and hand-made traditional Portuguese pastry "Pastel de Nata". Plus, there will also be a secret dish waiting for you before your tour is finished!

Please Note: The itinerary is subject to change, based on the locations and availability on a given day.

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Shore Excursions Group was created with one goal in mind: to provide exceptional travel experiences to cruise passengers in the ports they visit around the world. To accomplish this, we have compiled an exceptional array of tours delivered by local experts with decades of experience serving travelers and delivering excellent tours. Our owners and management team are comprised of seasoned travel industry executives who leverage their considerable experience to deliver memorie ...
from $98.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Cuisine, Cultural, Active, Scenic, Walking
Tour Duration
3.5 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Casa dos Bicos. An easy walk, approximately 10 minutes from the cruise ship pier.
Food/Beverage Provided
Snacks, Beverages (please see Tour Details for list of food included)
Special Instructions
We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and casual, comfortable weather-appropriate clothing. We also suggest a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen in the summer.
As this is a walking tour, guests should have good mobility and be able to walk up to 3km (2 miles). Due to the hills and irregular pavement of the city, this tour is not adapted for people with severe mobility conditioning. All guests must be a minimum age of 18 years old. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.