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Explore Portugal’s incredible heritage, diverse cultural traditions, and vibrant cities on a private tour with Prestige.

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See Portugal Your Way

Our philosophy is centered on creating a personalized tour experience for each individual guest. This could be a few hours exploring the most iconic sites in major cities like Lisbon or Porto, or a multi-week journey through various regions of Portugal with a driver-guide in our comfortable, air-conditioned vehicles.

Our locally based Portuguese tour planning specialists use their in-depth local knowledge to suggest the best experiences in the larger cities as well as traditional festivals, exclusive VIP tours, and lesser-known gems that you may not have discovered on your own.

Simply let us know how long you would like to visit Portugal, and what regions interest you, such as Lisbon, The Algarve, the Azores, or anywhere in between. Along with some must-see sights and destinations for you, we will provide a complimentary itinerary full of authentic and off-the-beaten-track experiences.

Popular Destinations for Private Tours in Portugal


Lisbon is a top destination for tourists in Portugal, attracting over 3 million visitors annually. The city offers an abundance of sights and activities to enjoy, and here are some of the must-see places to visit during your trip:


In addition to its beautiful old town situated along the Douro River, the city is renowned for its excellent seafood and dining options, as well as its art museums, cathedrals, wine regions, and impressive architectural buildings:


Located in the hills just outside of Lisbon, Sintra is surrounded by lush forests, picturesque gardens, and impressive palaces and castles. Alongside some of the must-see attractions here, Sintra is also home to several charming villages and town squares, making it the perfect place to explore and experience the local culture.

The Algarve & Azores Regions

Lisbon is a top destination for tourists in Portugal, attracting over 3 million visitors annually. The city offers an abundance of sights and activities to enjoy, and here are some of the must-see places to visit during your trip:

Mosteiro dos Jeronimos monastery at Belem, Lisbon, Portugal

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Lisbon, Belem Tower at sunset on the bank of the Tagus River

The Belém Tower

This stunning structure was built 500 years ago on the north bank of the River Tagus and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site for 40 years. Its Manueline architecture, a unique form of Portuguese late Gothic, is a sight to behold, and the views from the terrace at the top of the spiral staircase are breathtaking.

Saint George's Castle, Lisbon, Portugal

Saint George's Castle

Saint George’s Castle, located in Lisbon, is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the city. This 6th-century castle, with its 11 towers, is a prominent feature of the skyline and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. On a private tour, you can get up close to the castle and learn about its rich history of intrigue, Moorish traditions, and war stories from your guide. The castle also houses a museum where you can gain a deeper understanding of Lisbon’s heritage.

View of Tagus River and people and statue of King Jose I at the Praca do Comercio square in Baixa district in Lisbon, Portugal, from above

Praça do Comércio Square

This historic square, also known as Terreiro do Paço, is located on the banks of the Tagus River and is considered the heart of Lisbon. It was once the site of the Royal Palace, but after a 1755 earthquake and subsequent fires, it was transformed into a grand square lined with arcades and neoclassical buildings.

Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon, Portugal

Jerónimos Monastery

This 16th-century monastery is a stunning example of Manueline architecture, a unique form of Portuguese late Gothic, and uses its design and symbolism to celebrate Portugal’s “Age of Discovery.” The monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its ornate design and intricate details. On a private tour, your guide will take you through the monastery and explain the history and significance of the various rooms and features. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the tombs of the famous explorer Vasco da Gama and the 15th-century poet Luís de Camões.

Aerial cityscape view on the old town with Portuguese flag in Porto, Portugal, Clerigos Tower

Clerigos Tower

Located in the heart of the city, this historic tower offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding region. Standing over 240 feet tall, the Clerigos Tower is the highest point in Porto, making it the perfect place to get a bird’s eye view of the city. The tower is also home to a museum, which showcases the history of the tower and its construction.

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

The Livraria Lello

This stunning bookstore is often referred to as one of the most beautiful in the world. The interior of the store is adorned with ornate details and features a stunning central staircase that is a work of art in itself. In addition to its beautiful architecture, the Livraria Lello also has an extensive collection of books in a variety of languages, making it a paradise for bibliophiles.

Cathedral of Porto, Sé do Porto, Porto, Portugal_

The Porto Cathedral

Also known as the Sé do Porto, this historic cathedral is a testament to the city’s rich history and cultural heritage. Dating back to the 12th century, it is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, with stunning stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and ornate details. Visitors can take a tour of the cathedral to learn more about its history and admire its beauty, or simply spend time soaking in the peaceful atmosphere.

Porto Wine Cellars, Portugal

Porto Wine Cellars

These cellars offer the chance to taste and learn about the famous Port wine that has been produced in the region for centuries. Many of the cellars offer guided tours and tastings, allowing visitors to discover the rich history and traditions of Port wine production. In addition to tasting the various types of Port wine, visitors can also learn about the different production methods and see the barrels where the wine is aged.

colorful Sintra castle above clouds

The Pena National Palace

A 19th-century castle that sits atop a hill overlooking the town of Sintra and the surrounding landscape. This castle is a true fairytale destination, with its eclectic mix of architectural styles and ornate details that give it a dreamlike quality. Visitors can take a guided tour of the castle to learn more about its history and construction.

The Monserrate Palace in Sintra, Portugal

The Palacio de Monserrate

A magnificent mansion that combines Arabic and Renaissance architectural styles. It is situated on a hill in the Serra de Sintra and is surrounded by well-maintained English gardens. The inside of the villa features ornate lattice carvings and geometric patterns on the walls and ceilings. The natural surroundings of the villa add to its beauty and grandeur.

Castelo dos Mouros, Portugal, Sintra

The Castelo dos Mouros

The Castelo dos Mouros, or Castle of the Moors, is an ancient fortress with origins dating back to the 9th century. On a guided tour, visitors can explore the castle walls, secret passages, and a Romanesque church within.

Quinta da Regaleira, Portugal, Sintra

Quinta da Regaleira

This 19th-century villa is widely considered to be the finest of its kind in the region and possibly the entire country. On a guided tour of the property, visitors can learn about its centuries of history and the dramatic tales that have taken place within its walls. The villa is a true architectural masterpiece, with its neo-gothic design, lush green gardens, initiation well, and spiral staircases.

Sao Miguel island, Portugal

São Miguel

The “Hawaii of Europe”: São Miguel is a stunning island in the Azores known for its breathtaking views and diverse landscapes, including crater lakes and lush plains. Visitors can hike a variety of trails on the island and visit the volcanic lakes of Lagoa Azul (Blue Lake) and Lagoa Verdes (Green Lake).


The Town of Lagos

Located in the Algarve region of Portugal, Lagos has a rich history dating back 2000 years. Some popular attractions in the city include Duna beach, the old town from the 16th century, and Praia do Pinhao, which offers picturesque cliffside walks. Visitors can also try kayaking or join private boat tours to the beautiful Benagil cave.

Tavira, Portugal, Algarve

Cultural Sights in Tavira

Tavira, also located in the Algarve region of Portugal, is a town renowned for its history and natural beauty. It features a ruined castle, an ancient Roman bridge, and various architectural and design elements from the Gothic and Renaissance periods, as well as churches. These cultural attractions make Tavira a great place to stay while exploring the region.

The famous Mount Pico, a volcano, on Pico Island, Azores, Portugal


Pico, an island in the Azores, is a popular destination for whale watching, wine tasting, and climbing Mount Pico.