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Private Guide in Lisbon - Olga Egorova

(Member Since 2015) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Lisbon, Monsanto, Mafra, Cascais, Evora, Alcobaca, Sesimbra, Coimbra, Sintra, Obidos Languages: English, Portuguese, Russian

Hello! My name is Olga, I am portuguese tour guide, with a license Nº 4597 and a member of the National Portuguese Guide´s Syndicate. In 2011 I graduate a High School of Hospitality and Tourism of Estoril.

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Private Guide in Lisbon - Carla Carita

(Member Since 2008) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Lisbon Languages: Portuguese, English, German, Spanish

Greetings from Lisbon, Portugal! Let me introduce you a remarkable private guide in Lisbon – Carla Carita. She was born in Lisbon and since her childhood she has always been enthusiastic about her city and whole Portugal. It is worth noting that she has a special license of a professional guide which gives her access to all the monuments and tourist attractions in Portugal. Carla is a very trustworthy and flexible person. She is a true professional and there is no question regarding the history and culture of Portugal that she won’t be able to answer.

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Private Guide in Lisbon - Samuel Passos

(Member Since 2015) Languages: Portuguese, English.

Samuel is an authentic mountain lover. It's not only when it is in the mountain that his eyes shine, just talk about the mountains, and he begins to "heat ", sharing his knowledge and his adventures on the mountains. It was in the Scouts at 1998, when he climb Serra da Estrela, the mountaineering conquer him.

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Capital: Lisbon
Language: Portuguese
Currency: Euro (EUR)
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The Portuguese Republic is a European nation that shares the Iberian Peninsula with Spain and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the south and west, with a few small island chains included in its territories. Portugal is one of the warmest European countries, with a climate similar to that of southern California. Warm, sunny weather is but one reason that makes Portugal one of the 20 most visited countries in the world. 

Gorgeous coastlines, sleepy fishing villages, historical cities and landmarks bring tourists to enjoy the beauty and the attractions of Portugal. Lisbon is the capital and one of the most popular places to visit in Portugal with many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Belem Tower was the ceremonial gateway to Lisbon built in the 16th century and famous for being central to the voyages of discovery of explorers like Ferdinand Magellan. The Castle of Sao Jorge is another Lisbon historical landmark that can be seen towering over the old town district.

The Casa de Musica and the Lisbon Oceanarium offer more contemporary entertainments for visitors to Lisbon, and the Estadio do Dragao, Dragon Stadium, welcomes fans to enjoy a Portuguese football game. Praia de Rocha offers incredibly beautiful beaches, and Peneda Geres National Park is the place for nature lovers who enjoy hiking or riding a garrano pony to explore ancient shepherd trails.


Private Guide in Porto

Private Guide in Porto - Sérgio Marques

(Member Since 2014) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Porto Languages: Portuguese, English, French and Spanish

Our idea and entrepreneurship concept was born from a journey to Santiago de Compostela, in Spain, in the year 2012. We have developed a business role which created a bridge between Porto’s tourism, alongside with territories located in the north of Portugal, and our company. Nowadays, we are working in the Porto area as our tourism industry’s demand, so we could provide an excellent experience to our customer.

Private Guide in Ponta Delgada

Private Guide in Ponta Delgada - The Azores Private Guide

(Member Since 2013) Languages: English, Spain, Portugal

The tour guides in Ponta Delgada, Portugal, are both friendly and festive, a reflection of the decadent culture and traditions within the country. On your next vacation, take a privately guided tour of Ponta Delgada designed with you in mind.

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Private Guide in Porto - James Mayor

(Member Since 2018) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Porto Languages: English, French

My name is James Mayor and I am an Englishman, born in London. Today, I live in Porto, in Portugal.

Private Guide in Lisbon

Private Guide in Lisbon - João Caldeano

(Member Since 2017) Languages: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish

I'm passioned by Tourism and Local Culture. I have the passion to provide the best experience in private transport. I'm an experienced professionals with the best knowledge of the touristic sites as well as the exquisite places to provide the top experiences of local culture, architecture, landscapes, and also to drive you to best events that will make your eyes tear when you remember them!

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Private Guide in Lisbon - Nuno Oliveira

(Member Since 2015) Languages: English, Spanish, French and Portuguese

Greetings from Lisbon, Portugal! I am Nuno Oliveira and I work as a private guide ( English, Spanish, French and Portuguese) in Lisbon. I organize and provide Van tours and Walking tours in Lisbon and in the surrounding area. In my services i also accompanying groups, as private tour guide, throughout the country from north to south.

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Portugal is one of the countries you would definitely like to visit again. You just can’t resist its charm! This wonderful country has lots of attractions to offer even to the most seasoned tourists. Besides that its attractions are so varied so it would be easy to find something to your liking.

According to the statistics it was visited by approximately 13 million tourists in 2006. However, even despite the incontestable advantages of travelling in Portugal your impressions of this wonderful country might be spoilt if you use the service of a non professional guide. It always matters who introduces you to the foreign country you are travelling to. So in order to eliminate the possibility of disappointment or discontent the representatives of the Ministry of Tourism in Argentina worked out certain rules and regulations.

According to these rules all the guides have to go through a period of training and learn thoroughly the history of their motherland. Once there are done with training they have to pass an examination that ensures that all the guides-to-be are knowledgeable people. 

Questions about Portugal
Carla, My wife and I have never been to Portugal and we hope to be there Aug. 10-15 2021. I want to spend time in Lisbon and south to Algarve area where I wanted to check out some real estate. We are retirement age and have traveled in Europe some over the years. We are not extravagant ...
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