Historic Portugal

Évora Ruins – A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the walled city has Roman ruins, ancient cathedrals, a picturesque town square, winding alleys and some of the best biking trails in the country.

Chapel of bones, Évora – Reminders of human mortality are on display at the Chapel of Bones, as it is plastered with human skulls and bones. Makes for an unusual kind of visit.

Sintra – Follow in the footprints of the Celts and the Moors at Sintra, where the castle ruins overlook dreamy gardens and lush forests.

On the Tile Trail – Azulejos or glazed tiles are Lisbon’s signature. Found everywhere from walls of churches and monasteries to trams, these artistic creations have several stories to tell. Top spots to admire them in Lisbon are the Museu do Azulejo, Palácio dos Marqueses de Fronteira, Mosteiro de São Vicente de Fora, Fábrica Sant'Anna, Fábrica Viúva Lamego and the Convento dos Cardaes (depicting the life of St. Teresa of Avila).

Footprint Favorites

Port trails by boat


Port by port, taste all the Port you want. This is its birthplace and you can float your way to wineries and distilleries, while drinking in the local landscape and culture!


Footprint Special – Exclusive, intimate, lunch experiences at the best vineyards.