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With a rich history, heritage, food, culture and a population filled with fun-loving people, Portugal is an incredible destination for any performance tour. Portuguese music is also incredibly diverse, and has seen an explosion in popular artists in recent years. From that up-and-coming music scene to endless sunshine to affordable prices and delicious seafood, find out why Portugal has become an increasingly popular destination.

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This country enjoys a diverse selection of musical styles including classical music, pop music and traditional/folk music — more specifically, fado and Cante Alentejano. Portugal also offers an ideal blend of tradition and modernity, a mild climate, and splendid beaches as far as the eye can see. With an amazing assortment of distinct landscapes, find out why Portugal is a can’t miss destination!

Norte a Sul

9 Days / 2 Porto / 1 Aviero / 2 Lisbon / 2 Faro

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9 Days / 2 Lisbon / 2 Coimbra / 2 Porto

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10 Days / 2 Lisbon / 2 Seville / 2 Granada / 2 Madrid

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Portugal’s diverse regions are home to captivating major cities, each with its own charm and allure. From the vibrant coastal city of Lisbon to the historic port city of Porto in the north, and from the charming university town of Coimbra to the enchanting city of Faro in the Algarve region, Portugal’s cities offer a rich tapestry of culture and lifestyle experiences. Whether you’re exploring the bustling streets of Lisbon, indulging in Porto’s famous port wine, immersing yourself in Coimbra’s academic atmosphere, or relaxing on the sun-drenched beaches of Faro, there’s something uniquely captivating about each of Portugal’s major cities.


The capital of Portugal, Lisbon is also the largest city in Portugal with a population north of 500,000. Known for its rich history, spectacular architecture and colorful tiles, as well as it’s delicious food, Lisbon is one of the most diverse and exciting cities in Europe.


One of Europe’s most popular cities to visit, Porto features a stunning Old Town on the scenic Douro River, amazing Beaux Arts and a slew of Baroque churches and palaces around the city. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Porto feels cozy and traditional with narrow streets, gorgeous buildings, and picturesque coastlines.

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Located along the Mondego River, this historic destination is renowned for its rich history and academic significance, anchored by one of Europe’s oldest universities. Its architectural treasures, spanning from Roman remnants to Baroque masterpieces, offer a captivating glimpse into the past, while its vibrant cultural scene, featuring traditional Fado music and lively festivals, enhances its appeal as a premier destination in Portugal.



Faro offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Its charming old town, rich with Roman and Moorish influences, invites exploration through winding streets and ancient landmarks like the Sé Cathedral. The nearby Ria Formosa Natural Park showcases diverse ecosystems, while culinary delights and nearby beaches add to Faro’s allure as a must-visit destination along the Algarve coast.


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From classic European-style theaters to modern concert halls, dramatic cathedrals, plazas and courtyards there is no shortage of fantastic performance options for your ensemble. In addition there are numerous summer music festivals throughout the country.

Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Loreto


The Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Loreto, established in 1518, is a beautiful church in the heart of Lisbon that was originally built to serve the growing Italian community in Lisbon at the time. The church was badly damaged in the 1755 earthquake and was rebuilt in 1785, thankfully with much of the original Italian marble intact.

Auditorio Luisa Todi


This modern theater was inaugurated in 1960 and is a vibrant part of the music and arts scene in Setubal, hosting many performances every month of all types of music, dance and theater.

Evora Cathedral


The Cathedral of Evora, built between 1186 and 1250, is a fascinating and impressive monument. Completely made of granite, its style is determined by the transition from the Romantic to the Gothic. It is the largest medieval cathedral in Portugal and can be seen for miles on approach to the city of Evora. The acoustics of this beautiful cathedral are excellent for choral music.

Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima


The Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima stands as a testament to the miraculous events that unfolded in 1917, when three shepherd children reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary. Constructed in the years following these divine encounters, the basilica serves as a beacon of faith and pilgrimage, welcoming believers from around the world to pay homage to Our Lady of Fatima.

Church of Saint Ildefonso


The Church of Saint Ildefonso stands as a splendid example of 18th-century Baroque architecture. Its exterior is adorned with intricate tilework, known as azulejos, while inside, visitors are greeted by ornate gilded altars, elaborate carvings, and magnificent frescoes. The church is also home to a grand pipe organ, celebrated for its exceptional acoustics, often hosting concerts and recitals.

Chapel of São Miguel


The São Miguel Chapel, also known as Saint Michael’s Chapel or “Capela da Universidade de Coimbra,” is a prized architectural gem within the university. Founded in 1290, its Manueline and Portuguese late Gothic style boasts intricate detailing, including a remarkable side door. Inside, visitors are captivated by lavish adornments such as elaborate azulejo wall tiles, a Mannerism-influenced altar, and a majestic Baroque organ donated by King John V of Portugal.

Church of Saint Dominic


Constructed in the 13th century, this historical church is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture, showcasing a stunning interior adorned with intricate gilded woodwork, vibrant azulejo tile panels, and magnificent frescoes. Dedicated to a revered saint, the church stands as a testament to the grandeur of religious devotion and artistic expression in its region. Its façade, adorned with statues and elaborate carvings, beckons visitors to explore its sacred halls and marvel at its ornate beauty.