After a convenient hotel pickup, follow your guide through the charming streets of Porto.
This experience will give you the opportunity to discover these famous bridges of Porto and catch a sight of many points of interesting in the city, look around and observe some of the most impressive monuments and buildings of Porto from the river!
The city is part of the metropolitan region of Porto and is located on the south bank of the mouth of the Douro River, right in front of Ribeira, being connected to Porto by several bridges. The highlight of this attraction is the tasting of the real port wine.
Get one of the most complete and impressive panoramas of Porto in a cable car. It is only 5 minutes to reach the Pier of the City of Gaia, at 300 meters of altitude. On the way there, you can contemplate the historic area of Porto, the roofs of the cellars of Gaia, the Ribeira, the Clérigos and the Douro in all their splendor.
Located on the banks of the Douro River and right in the historical center of the city, it was considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, by maintaining a commercial connection across the river, provided the city’s growth and development. Walk along the river and enjoy the oldest district of the city, a labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, ancient houses and bags of character.
You will taste delicious Portuguese food in a typical truly Portuguese restaurant and away from the tourist restaurants.
Walking through Porto and not passing Avenida dos Aliados to take a picture of the City Hall and enjoy all its surroundings with those imposing buildings is impossible. Everything around is so beautiful, the Clérigos Tower is part of the structure of the Clérigos Church, one of the main sights due to the privileged view of the city. Considered one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world, Lello & Irmão has become not only a commercial point, but also a famous tourist attraction in Porto. The building built in the Oporto neo-Gothic style catches the eye, as well as its amazing interior architecture (to give you an idea, J.K. Rowling was inspired by this bookstore to “build” the Hogwarts staircase).
Visiting Porto’s churches is like immersing yourself in the city’s history, and the Sé Cathedral is one of the must-see stops on this tour. Built in a romantic style in the mid-12th century.