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Savvy travelers know that booking a holiday well in advance means that you have a wide range of options as to where and when to go. Here we round up four of the best reasons why you should start planning your 2019 Portugal trip.

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Throughout the country, wine producers are now harvesting their grapes. The famous Vinho Verde Region is also ready to start and Quinta de Santa Cristina - a short drive away from Porto - has recently launched their 1-day harvest program, which is now available for booking. Check the details below.

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Elegant and unspoilt, Alentejo is an ideal destination for lovers of culture, wine, and cuisine. From day-trips to week-long tours, follow us along Alentejo Wine Routes and their many wineries.

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Whether you want to soak in the fresh mountain air, delight with the colorful vineyards or slip away to a cozy inn, we thought we would share with you our 5 places to savor the season's vibrant atmosphere and pleasures.

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For travelers seeking a private experience, most wineries and restaurants offer the option of exclusive tours and tastings, along with several other wine-related activities. As you ponder over which places to visit, we give you a handful of reasons why you should book a private tour as well as our best options throughout the country.

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One for each of the country's most popular wine-growing regions, here's our selection of tours and wine experiences that will bring you the best each destination has to offer. From northern Vinho Verde to Alentejo, you'll most certainly find an option for you.

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The harvest is one of the most awaited moments in Portugal's wine-growing regions, for farmers and visitors alike. Take a look at our programs below and enjoy a day harvesting grapes in our vineyards in Douro or Lisbon.

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Well, you know what they say, practice makes perfection. We've made our name on creating the perfect tours and making the right choices for our clients every time. So, here's our tips on what you have to do to find the perfect tour for you.

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Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in the Douro Valley and it brings along one of the most anticipated events: the harvest. To invoke this especially cozy time of the year, we've pinpointed some really great places to visit and things to do that are even better during the harvest season.

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Fado music is a quintessential Portuguese staple - as it is Port Wine. Calém Cellars combine both into one single experience unlike any other in the city. You can find all the details here, from what is included to schedules and prices.

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