Southern Wine Route in Portugal

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A route that leads to know better and to know more about the wine region of southern Portugal.

Description

Price Includes:

Arifaire depending on origin; Hotel with breakfast and dinner and transportation to the airport; Tourist bus service for all itinerary, driver’s expenses included; Companion guide, with all guide expenses included; Local guides; Entrance to the museums / palaces mentioned in the program; Lunches and Dinners, as described in the program; Travel insurance; City tax in all cities; Gratuities; Tax at the legal rate in force.

Price Doesn’t Include:

Airfare depending on origin; Other meals not mentioned; Drinks on the bus; Inputs not mentioned; Personal expenses, bar, laundry, telephone calls, among others not mentioned.

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