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Portugal & Spain - Recommendations for a small package/escort tour company?

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Tried to dig through the forum (and elsewhere) but topics are either too old or not quite a good match. Looking for recommendations for a small package/escort tour company. We've done Rick Steve's tours several times over the years (and some on-your-own travel as well) but this time they don't have a good match covering both countries in the time frame we're constrained to.

- 14-21 days hitting key highlights of Portugal & Spain -- Fall/2013
- Smallish (20-26 person) package/escorted tour
- More emphasis on art, history, & architecture (city or town)
- Less emphasis on village life, culinary, or scenary
- Mid-level accomodations/food -- clean & quiet fits the bill
- We are a reasonably active 50+ couple - don't need things spoon fed to us but we're not 'brave' enough to do it all on our own... and we like the company of like-minded individuals

Thanks in advance

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