Meet your guide and take in the scenic views of the city while learning about the burgeoning food scene in Lisbon.
During your tour, sample some of the best delicacies that Portugal has to offer such as a traditional sausage made with veal or duck—alheira—as well as some local beer. Next up, try the bifana, traditional sandwich filled with spicy, slow-cooked pork and Portuguese snails.
Head over to the city’s oldest Ginjinha shop to try the famous liqueur made from sour cherries before sampling some of Portugal’s most favored snacks like local cheeses, grilled sardines, and codfish croquettes.
Listen to informative commentary about the history of the cuisine from your guide throughout your tour. Bid farewell to your fellow foodies in the historic Alfama district while enjoying the famous pastel de nata.