Known as the «Invicta» city because it was never conquered, Porto represents a landmark of pride for those who live there. Dare to get to know all the corners of one of the fashionable cities in Europe!
80€ / Person
Porto Walking Tour with Lunch, Boat Ride and Port Wine Tasting
Small groups and with a very knowledgeable guide and always dedicated to every detail and many stories to tell.
This walking tour starts at the Cathedral of Porto where entrance tickets to the entire monument are included.
Then we will visit the majestic São Bento train station and appreciate every detail of the tile panels.
Rua das Flores is a magnificent walk through the soul of the city of Porto, where we can appreciate the houses decorated as they used to be. Our guide will explain in detail all the historical curiosities of this part of the city.
Arrived at Ribeira do Porto, time to enjoy the Douro River before our lunch, which will be served in a typical Portuguese restaurant. Here we will have meat, fish or even vegetarian option.
We cross the D. Luis Bridge to the Gaia side and we will taste the famous port wine that serves as an aperitif for the boat trip before the end of the tour.
This tour explores the beautiful historic center of Porto, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tour starts at Sé hill, where you can visit the Cathedral. The route will take you down old streets that were important thoroughfares for the traffic of people and goods in medieval times.
In Ribeira and Infante Square, learn more about the city’s connection to the international trade of Port Wine and how it became the stage of an important revolution in the early Nineteenth Century. Learn about the city that survived the French invasions and the Civil War, and understand the struggles of the Contemporary Era for the development of the Republic in Portugal.
During the tour, stop for a minute to contemplate the iconic buildings, such as the Church of São Francisco, Palácio da Bolsa and the Ferreira Borges Market. Your guide will reveal to you mysteries and curiosities about the city's most emblematic streets, monuments and buildings, for example, São Bento Railway Station and its beautiful azulejo tile panels full of history.
Finish the tour with a wonderful and exciting Fado show, during which a complimentary glass of Port Wine will be served.