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Food And Wine Walk in Lisbon

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What's Included
  • Cheese, marmalade & Porto wine
  • Green wine & codfish cake
  • Tapas & white wine
  • Ginjinha liquor & bread
  • Chorizo & red wine
  • English-speaking guide

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Duration

3 hours

Group Size

6 - 14 hens

Availability

All year round

Dress Code

Casual

Restrictions

Must be over 18

  • Meet your friendly, foodie host
  • Head to various districts including Baixa, Chiado and Bairro Alto
  • Try amazing food along the way
  • And traditional Portuguese drinks
  • You'll see Instagram friendly sights

There are so many reasons to love Portugal and Lisbon in particular, but perhaps the nation and city's best-kept secret is the food. You probably know about Portugal's excellent wines, then, of course, there's port, sherry and Madeira, but now you can get first-hand knowledge of the best Portuguese eats.

You'll need a decent pair of shoes (now is not the time to break in that new pair of wedges) for this three-hour walk past amazing sights and even better food. Perfect for foodie hens and culinary brides-to-be this really is the taste of Portugal and the essence of Lisbon life. You'll head through a number of different districts, seeing the market culture and foodie habits of the city's inhabitants. You'll sample the best treats, each with a distinctly Portuguese drink.

Areas you'll visit include Baixa, Chiado and the party district of Bairro Alto. Along the way, you'll stop at a traditional tavern in Rossio Square where you'll try a firm national favourite and Portuguese Christmas staple codfish cake. This will be served with green wine, distinctly Portuguese and genuinely green in colour.

In Bairro Alto you'll sample tapas and white wine in a local wine bar.

Next stop is a green grocer's shop where you'll enjoy port with marmalade and cheese. You'll also get to sample the famous ginjinha (cherry wine) and fresh bread in a historical setting.

If all that wasn't fancy enough for you how about chorizo sausage and red wine at a 17th-century palace? Well if you're going to try fancy food you might as well do it somewhere fancy!

We can't guarantee the walking will burn off all the calories, but we can promise you fantastic flavours and a real insight into Lisbon's amazing food culture and maybe introduce you to a few new flavours to take home with you.

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Due to the pandemic, there's limited availability for 2022 with 1000s of events being rescheduled from last year and new events being booked in daily.

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food and wine walk Hen Do Reviews

"GoHen made it easier for me to book activities for my friend's hen party and fun was had by all, without the hassle of organising."

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18/04/2022
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Benidorm Hen Weekend
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5/5 stars
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