Jewish Heritage in Portugal

Jewish presence in Iberia has existed long before Portugal itself became a country. During your journey, you will discover the great contribution of Portuguese Jews to the arts, philosophy, commerce and sciences, which helped to create the rich cultural heritage of Portugal. This unique tour focuses on places of Jewish interest, as well as the fascinating people who continue to contribute to Portuguese society.
Have an inimitable Jewish experience while staying at charming hotels, tasting a genuine cuisine and enjoying superior sightseeing in private transfers. Visit all the major Jewish heritage places mixed with major sights of Portugal.
All our guides are licensed with in-depth knowledge of Jewish heritage in Portugal.

Jewish Portugal | Jewish in Portugal | Jewish in Lisbon

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Lisbon is, without doubt, a charming city, both Atlantic and Mediterranean, illuminated by an extraordinary light. Singular monuments scatter themselves through an urban landscape unlike any other, and beautiful vantage points open up …

Jewish Portugal | Jewish in Portugal | Jewish in Évora | Alentejo | Fountain | Portas de Moura

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Your journey continues on to Alentejo, a large territory to the south of Lisbon. Enjoy a unique journey across the most fascinating, well-preserved region of Portugal, with a heritage enriched by a variety of cultures and landscapes blessed …

Casa Judaica

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Scenic and charming, the town of Castelo de Vide welcomes the visitor with its white houses clinging to a castle on a hill. By the 14th century, a large Jewish community existed here, and fascinating remains document its importance today. The Judiaria …


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In Porto, a city built in the Middles Ages on the bank of Douro River, the harmony between the architecture and the contours of the landscape creates an urban environment of singular beauty. The old city, or Baixa, was declared a World Heritage site …


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Tomar, one of the oldest and most charming towns in Portugal, was founded by the Order of the Knights Templar. Here you will visit the 15th century Synagogue, now the Abraão Zacuto Museum located on what was once Rua da Judiaria. It is a significant …

“Our trip was a major success!!! The itinerary you created gave us a great insight into the history of the Jewish in Portugal.”

Susan and Isaac