- Supplement for private tour: €75 per group (up to 10 people).
Attractions to be visited:
Santa Catarina Street
This is the most important shopping area of Porto. This pedestrian-only street is where you can find musicians, street artisans, restaurants, and cafés. You can also buy some souvenirs for your family.
Passos Manuel Street
In this emblematic artery of the Porto's downtown, you can find the Coliseum of Porto. A modernist building where many of the Porto cultural events takes place.
Avenida dos Aliados
It is the main avenue of the city of Porto, and its name comes from the alliance between Portuguese and British. It is located in the heart of the city and at the top we can see the Porto City Hall.
We believe that it's a huge fail not to visit the only traditional market of Porto. Open from Monday to Saturday, it is where we will find the best ingredients to make the famous "Francesinha", fresh fruits and local vegetables. And because tourism has already become a part of our city, you might find that souvenir you were looking for!
You will taste:
"Pastel de Nata"
This is one of the most popular and traditional sweets of Portuguese pastry, being part of the country’s culture. The original recipe was created by the monks of the Jerónimos Monastery, and it is believed that remains a secret. Nothing better to accompany this sweet it than our special coffee.
"Pastel de Bacalhau" (Cod Fish Cake)
A speciality of the Portuguese cuisine and a glass of Vinho Verde which is made, exclusively, in a region located in the north-west of Portugal, and Galiza. There is no other place in the world that can produce Vinho Verde, due to the importance and geographic uniqueness of the region.
Portugal is a country with an immense tradition in the production of cheeses, from the strongest to the softest. There is no perfect wedding for the Portuguese without dry cured ham, cheese, smoked meats, bread, olives, and a glass of Douro wine.
A traditional Portuguese pork spicy sandwich, with very thin slices of meat full of flavour. Porto's style, is served inside a bread, accompanied by a typical beer nicknamed by the locals as “fino”.
It is a liqueur wine, produced in the Demarcated Wine Region of Douro, under peculiar conditions derived from natural and human factors. The manufacturing process, based on tradition, includes stopping the fermentation process by adding wine brandy, and ageing. Port wines can be divided into different categories: Ruby, Tawny, White and Rosé. On this tour, you can try 3 different types of Port.