DMC Portugal - Destination Management Company - Vega DMC

DMC Portugal  - Vega DMC

A very professional and long standing team has been the secret to our success since 1988 when, people believing in the development of MICE industry - incentive travel, events and conferences organizing and meeting planning, founded Vega.

We are one of the leading Destination Management Companies or DMC in Portugal. Our business is all about “service” and our goal is to serve with imagination, creativity and an “open mind” to achieve our clients' expectations. In today’s world, where more and more budget issues have become one of the main concerns of an event, we do our utmost to deliver solutions and turn our clients' plans into reality. Our creative and proactive team is ready to bring all our plans to reality!

Besides meetings, conferences and incentives organization, a DMC elaborates as well the social program, the partner program and pre and post tours. Catering, dinners, entertainment, transportation, official guide assistance, hostesses are other services that a DMC can provide. Check our guestbook and learn more about our service!

In July 2008, Vega was certified with the Quality Management System (ISSO 9001). We are also a member of different organisations like World of DMCs, SITE, ELOCT, APAVT and ATL- Turismo Lisboa.

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Incentive Organisers and Meeting Planners are always looking for new ideas, unusual venues and unique ways to excite participants and delegates who have experienced everything from Europe to exotic Asia. But Portugal can be an exciting destination as it has the right ingredients for this success. Ten reasons to choose our destination:

CULTURE: It's one of the world's great historical countries, with characteristics and surprising sights, cultural treasures, and a beautiful setting

VALUE: It's one of Europe's best values - officially Western Europe's least expensive country

LOCATION: It's the closest European country to the United States and just around a 2-hour flight from all the other major European countries.

CLIMATE: Its mild climate makes it an ideal year-round destination.

RESORT: It is the only European country with several main cities located so close to sandy beaches enabling visitors to combine culture with fun by the sea.

SIZE: It's a compact and intimate country, ideal for a short city break or a longer romantic stay, with a lively café culture and a nightlife that is one of the most vibrant in Europe.

VARIETY: It has an incredible variety of tourist attractions, from fairytale palaces to world-class golf , from great food to greater wines, from surfing to dolphin and whale-watching.

GATEWAY: Several of its main cities make a perfect base to explore many of Portugal’s most outstanding towns, villages and islands

SAFETY: It's one of the safest European country

WELCOMING: It's a friendly country welcoming to all visitors and families with children, and open to minorities and alternative lifestyles


Lisbon is Portugal’s capital known as the “City of the 7 hills”, as one soon discovers walking up and down its often narrow, beautiful old steep streets.

Since its days of the Age of Discovery, when the city was at the forefront of world trade, Lisbon has been an important port. The great monuments in Belém, the Monumental quarter related to the Portuguese discoveries, still bear witness to the city’s maritime past.

Also offers excellent late-night entertainment, focused on lively, fashionable clubs and bars along the waterfront and in the Bairro Alto.

The maze of steep alleyways of the medieval quarter of Alfama, the 12th century Castle of St. George, the downtown area of Baixa, with its busy shopping streets, cafés, restaurants and theatres – featuring the attractive Rossio Square and the spacious arcaded building that extend around Praça do Comércio – the elegant commercial district of Chiado, the picturesque late 16th century hilltop area of Bairro Alto, the dazzling Marques de Pombal Square, at the feet of the Eduard VII Park  on one side and Lisbon’s main avenue Avenida da Liberdade on the opposite side, the huge-domed basilica and beautiful gardens of Estrela, the elegant mid 18th century district of Lapa, the grandiose monuments, parks, gardens, museums, cafés and promenade.



Oporto, frequently referred as the Capital of the North, offers the delights of a riverside city as it is magnificently situated on the mouth of the Douro River, from where boats leave to sail up the beautiful river.

To visit Oporto is to discover a passionate history, a fog-covered river, the flavour of tradition in a glass of Port; it is to stand before a medieval town and its historical and cultural evolution.

UNESCO has recently designated Porto as a World Heritage City which is a fitting recognition not only of its beauty sculpted in granite, but also of the unforgettable panorama of its historic centre with narrow streets and typical houses arrayed like a cascade right down to the river, and of its passionate history which determined the country’s destiny.


Sintra This small village, built against a mountain under the same name, Sintra is certainly a paradise for those that would like to run away from the bulicious city. Over the centuries, the village was an inspiration for poets, artists, and more recently for filmmakers. Nowadays, consider by UNESCO World Heritage, in Sintra, you can fell the fresh air, the kindness of people. Together with the handicraft shops, the authentic delights of sweets are with no doubt other attractions of this small village.


Cascais, once a small fishermen village, has grown in size and popularity in recent years to become one of the most attractive resorts on the capital’s coastline. Portuguese kings and many exiled kings have lived in Cascais over the years. It is a sophisticated place with many elegant shops and a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere.

Estoril evolved from a small spa to an elegant town due to its preference by members of Royalty from several countries. Its proximity to Lisbon, its mild climate and attendance by aristocrats turned Estoril into an absolute “must” for visitors. Nowadays, Estoril is a modern and elegant cosmopolitan resort, with its Casino, its Golf, its Sailing and Horseback-riding Clubs.


The Algarve’s 200 kilometre stretch of southern shoreline is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations.

The region’s capital, Faro, is built around a charming harbour at the edge of a wide lagoon. Its main attractions include a maritime museum and a 13th century cathedral. Along the coast to the east stands one of Europe’s most luxurious resorts, Quinta do Lago, where visitors can play golf or explore the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve.

Equally famous is the resort town of Vilamoura located in the centre of the Algarve.



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Company Name: DMC Portugal - Destination Management Company - Vega DMC
Contact Person: DMC Portugal
Phone: +351213976053
Rua Alexandre Herculano, 9 - 4 andar

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