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Visit winery and wine tasting

Get to know one of the wineries with the most history of Terra Alta. In the guided tour, you can discover through the two museum halls, how they lived a century ago. Learn about the old and current winemaking systems. In the visit to our facilities, we will explain how we make the wines. From processing in stainless steel tanks, to working with oak barrels or clay amphoras. Start time: 11:00 / 17:00 Location: Celler Menescal - Bot (Tarragona) Tel: 0034 977 428 095 info@cellermenescal.com Visit to the two museum halls, cellar rooms and tasting room. Tasting of 6 products. Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French Duration: 2 hours

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Coimbra and Aveiro from Lisbon Private tour

• Meeting at 08h30 in front of the hotel where you are staying in Lisbon or surrounding citie •  First Stop: Coimbra  -Having been the first capital of the kingdom of Portugal, Coimbra stands out for its historical, cultural and academic interest, being today the main Portuguese university center. As so, in 2013 UNESCO classified the University of Coimbra, Alta and Sofia as a World Heritage Site. In addition to this, it presents an urban environment that refers to different centuries and peoples, with a particular highlight to its remote Roman origins and a strong presence of the Moors. It is in the heart of this city that that lies the Santa Cruz Monastery, which holds the tombs of the first two kings of Portugal. In addition to the historical and cultural heritage, it’s also worth mentioning the natural heritage, since Coimbra is located on the banks of the Mondego River, the largest river that runs entirely through Portuguese territory. • Secon Stop Aveiro - Still in the center of Portugal, we go from the interior to the coast, towards Aveiro, a city nicknamed as the Portuguese "Venice". It was given such distinction due to the famous Ria (Lagoon), that goes into the center of the city through the charming channels where we can find the traditional Moliceiro boats. Having its roots in the sea, the city has its origins on an avid fishing community, still being proudly and fairly characterized by a people of the sea. Here we can find the salines of Portugal and one of the largest ceramic factories, now transformed into a cultural center.  • Third stop - Costa Nova - Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Costa Nova, an area known not only for its privileged location between the sea and the estuary, but especially for its very famous typical houses with colorful stripes. • Drop off at your Hotel in Lisbon or surrounding cities