I have been travelling regularly to Portugal for the last 20 years with my job. Steadily, veganism is growing. I used to have to put up with salad and chips in 50 percent of the “local” restaurants and in most of the others, they used to bring me unbelievably dull grilled vegetables and rice. I hate to think what was on the grill before the veg. Offence was always taken when their “pastel de nata” custard tarts were refused. But things are definitely on the up. Portugal is the first country to make it illegal not to offer a vegan menu in public buildings such as schools, hospitals and prisons. Well done!

About Lisbon

Lisbon has transformed itself in recent years from a shabby poor unloved city into one of the trendiest and most thriving cities of the world. The Portuguese capital is also home to one of the fastest growing vegan communities in Europe and hosts 35 vegan establishments according to Happy Cow. The best areas to visit are the Barrio Alto and Alfama – both districts have great vegan offerings and a lively cafe culture. Lisbon can be surprisingly hilly so we recommend a good pair of walking shoes; it certainly helps the appetite which you’ll need for our food intensive tour with our gregarious tour leader, Tatie! If you want to extend your stay elsewhere after the tour, we recommend Sintra and Cascais, or Porto for the adventurous.

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our Lisbon tour

THE ULTIMATE LISBON VEGAN EXPERIENCE

12 September – 16 September 2020

Our 4 night tour will be based in the 4* Inspira Santa Marta Hotel on a room only basis (vegan breakfast is available in the hotel – see brunches below!)

Meals Included:

  • Dinner at Povo Lisboa (Fado dinner with vegan sausage and great Portuguese wine included)
  • Dinner at Botequim (Hilltop restaurant with homemade Seitan “prego” (sandwich) plus Ginja (liquor))
  • Dinner at Vizza (Vegan pizza and dancing for the energetic!)
  • Dinner at The Food Temple (Unique ever-changing vegan menu with great local craft beers)
  • Lunch at Legumi (Vegan sushi)
  • Lunch at Kong (Vegan version of Francesinha – the Porto speciality)
  • Brunch at TerrAzoia (By the Sintra mountains with cakes, local breads and fruits)
  • Brunch at Sama Sama (Vegan crepe tasting and juices)

Extras included:

  • Cooking Vegan “Pasteis de Nata” (the famous Portuguese custard tarts)
  • Cooking Lesson – Authentic Portuguese food vegan-style
  • Olive Oil tasting with breads
  • 4 days’ travel pass (not arrival day)

Price Details:

£660 | €775 | $860

sharing a twin/double room

£925 | €1085 | $1210

in a twin room for single occupancy

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CONDITIONS

Prices are per person and based on twin or single accommodation and include arrangements as listed above. A 20% deposit will be required at the time of booking with the balance due 2 months before the commencement of the trip. Payments can be made by credit card or bank transfer in any of the 3 currencies listed.

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