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Portugal - Porto

We'll savor the food scenes from Michelin restaurants to hole-in-the-wall cantinhos and delve into the art, architecture, culture, and history of these special cities.

Portugal - A Food Lovers Odyssey

Celebrating the land of Pessoa, Port & the Age of Discovery



4 star + 5 star  Design Hotels
featured in Small Luxury Hotels of the World, 
Condé Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure + one of the most exclusive 5-star eco-resorts in the world

From Michelin-star fine dining to Street Dining

All Breakfasts, 13 meals (lunches/dinners) 
 2 dinners at Michelin-Star Restaurants
Meals at 'Cantinhos' & local gems 

with Wine Service &/or Wine Pairings

Rich & Enduring Culinary Experiences

Unique opportunity to be part of the Portuguese culinary traditional of “confrarias” in a coastal village
Hands-On Traditional Portuguese Culinary Class 
Guided Mussels Picking at the Beach
GARDEN TO TABLE event featuring 
Hand picking vegetables in the garden, culinary class & lunch overlooking the sand dunes


Winery & Port Cellars
Winery Tour & Tastings, Douro Valley 
Private Porto Cellar tour featuring
10-year, 17-year & 30-year Premier Vintage Port Tastings

Guided Tours with Docents, Historians & Architects

Guided tours of cities & 
UNESCO World Heritage Sites 


All Ground Transportation; train +  air-conditioned private Minibus 
Private airport transfer at arrival in Lisbon
All Taxes & Gratuities 



11 Days - 10 Nights

19-29 Sept , 2018


USD 4,885

dbl occupancy - per person

USD 1,125

single supplement

Portugal; the small but mighty culinary giant of the

Iberian Peninsula


This is the land of Vasco de Gama & Pessoa; once the stomping ground of Romans, Moors and Crusaders. Lisbon, a historic hillside city rich with culture, cobble stones, cafés, cable cars and traditional foods cooked in old Portuguese style. But local & new Chefs influenced by the wave of emigrants since the 18th and 19th century aim to challenge diners' palates with surprising twists on traditional ingredients and grandmotherly dishes. 

Not more than an hour away from Lisbon is the land of fairytales; the beloved of Lord Byron - Sintra. Here magic weaves its own seductive web and lush greenery, breathtaking pinnacles and stones as old as time, leave us in awed hush.
We leave this magical world and head north to Porto; the land of port, rising from the banks of the Douro & passing through it.

Porto is a hilly, historic mix of bridges, Baroque churches and narrow mediaeval alleys. It is a city made for walking and exploring its canvas of great contemporary architecture nestled between old historical buildings. As we venture away from Porto through the north-western patch of Portugal, we arrive in the heart of picturesque terraced vineyards of Douro; golden in every way with sepia-tinged hills and amber-hued valleys.

Our journey though Portugal will take us from famous landmarks to small fishing villages that tourists seldom venture to, from bustling cities to the seclusion of a 5-star eco resort,  so exclusive that a mere 12 rooms dot a footprint of over 3,000 square meters. 


Here is an example of modern architecture at it's best - the breathtaking play of space and light while just beyond the waves flirt with the sand dunes.

Portugal is calling.....

What Guests Say...

​"I cannot do justice to the amount of detailed planning that Devaki did for this trip.  From the hotel accommodations and travel arrangements to the restaurant reservations and winery visits, everything was first class.  The group was small enough that it had a very intimate feel.  I would highly recommend a “Weave a Thousand Journey” to anyone who loves good food and wine, interesting conversation, exploring different cities and architecture and has a sense of adventure! "​

~Jeanne C.
Gastronomic Spain

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