- Supplement for private tour: 58€ per group.
Santa Catarina Street
This is the most important shopping area of Porto. This pedestrian-only street is where you can find and listen to musicians, street artisans, restaurants, and cafés. You can also buy some souvenirs for your family.
Rua Passos Manuel
In this emblematic artery of the Downtown of Porto, you can find the Coliseum of Porto. A modernist building where many of the Porto cultural events takes place.
São Bento Railway Station
Portugal’s most emblematic train station, where culture and history are side by side with the daily rush of those who pass there. It is famous for its tile panels made by Jorge Colaço.
Also known as “Sé”, it is located on the top of a hill and next to some monumental buildings such as the Episcopal Palace, which used to be the residence of the bishops of Porto.
Named after an alliance between the Portuguese and the British, it is the main avenue of the city of Porto. It is located in the heart of the city and on one end you can observe the City hall of Porto.
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Porto, Miragaia has its name originated in a legend. If you walk in this area, you will be surprised by the local people and local traditions. Nowadays, thousands of people pass by this area to attend events and conferences at Alfandega Congress Center.
This old neighborhood is known for its narrow and cobbled streets, and the colorful facades as a background. A fantastic fusion of the old with the modern era. Here, you will enjoy the best portrait that the city offers, with the Douro River framed together with the architectonic beauty of the Luís I Bridge.