Chiado is one of the most cosmopolitan neighborhoods of Lisbon. It is located between Bairro Alto and Baixa Pombalina.
Taste some of the finest specialties of Portuguese gastronomy combined with a more sophisticated cuisine as well as some of the best known Portuguese wines.
Visit one of the richest wine regions near Lisbon. In this area is produced excellent red and white wines as well as the famous Muscatel wine from Setúbal.
Azeitão is also well known for is amazing sheep cheese, In this tour we’ll show you how to make it.
A day in the countryside in a very old and traditional Portuguese house, with a visit to a local market. During the day you’ll learn about Portuguese cuisine characterized by the use of fresh ingredients including seafood, vegetables, world-class olive oils, cheeses and cured sausages.
Over time the EAT DRINK WALK has been a reference in the tourist tours in Lisbon, for this very reason has been very referenced in numerous articles in various national and international publications.
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EAT DRINK WALK appears in the Rick Steves book named "Portugal Guidebook" as a reference of food tour guides in Portugal.
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Lisbon City Centre, also called "Baixa Pombalina" for being rebuild under the command of Marquês de Pombal after the 1755 earthquake.
From wines and cheese, to tinned fish, the popular “ginginha” (cherry liqueur) and the roasted suckling pig, the taste of traditional Portuguese flavours.
"Ginjinha" is one of the most traditional Portuguese spirits drinks. This liquor is made by macerating sour cherries with aguardente (brandy) and sugar, adding a taste of cinnamon.
A tailor made tour is designed to your requirements.
Our guides can take you to some beautiful and unique places with extra ordinary cuisine.
Escape the city visit the coast and the magnificent beaches around Ericeira or take a trip to the world heritage site at Évora. These are just a couple of ideas.
Rick Stein in Lisbon with Eat Drink Walk Food Tours, enjoying some Portuguese Pastéis de Belém and talking about Portuguese food
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