Porto City Tour [PM]


When reaching the D. Luis bridge from the south and you start to catch a glimpse of Porto, in the words of a Portuguese author, you see “a cascade built on a mountainside surrounded by fog”. It is the most beautiful cascade you’ll ever see. And so much more.

Duration

Duration: 04h00

Category

Circuitos Sightseeing

Departure point

Porto

Guide

  • Português
  • Espanhol
  • Inglês

Frequency

Daily with departures at 02h00 p.m.
[Except December 25th and January 1st]

Prices

Adult: €37,50

Child:
Child (aged 0-3): Free of charge
Child (aged 4-12): 50% of adult price

It's the fog that gives it its mysterious allure. But when the fog lifts, the mystery is solved: before you lies a strikingly beautiful city. Come and discover Porto, the country’s northern capital and one of the oldest cities in Europe. We’ve prepared a unique and unforgettable tour through the Sé quarter, the heart of old Porto, with medieval roots. This memorable trip ends at the famous Porto wine cellars, in the centre of Vila Nova de Gaia, with an ambiance which will take you on a journey to the past.

Highlights:
 • Historic City Center UNESCO World Heritage
 • Porto Sé/Cathedral
 • São Bento Train Station – One of the most beautiful in the world
 • Lello Bookshop – 3rd most beautiful in the world
 • Port Wine Cellar Visit and wine tasting

Inclusions: 
Guided tour
Transfers
Visit to a Port Wine Cellar and Port Wine Tasting

Exclusions:
Personal expenses and gratuities

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