Visit Portugal’s second largest city on this private guided tour of its historic center. Experience Porto by tuk-tuk with a personal chauffeur. See the city’s amazing bookstore, the M.C. Escher-like Livraria Lello, its 800-year-old cathedral, and a UNESCO-listed monastery during this good-value, half-day outing that includes a traditional seafood lunch in the heart of seafood country and hotel pickup.
If you’re visiting Porto for the first time, get an intimate glimpse into Portugal’s second city during a private half-day tour—the ideal choice for visitors with limited time. A private guide ensures you receive personalized attention and tailored recommendations, while air-conditioned transport allows you to zip between highlights such as Torre & Igreja dos Clerigos and the Ribeira District with ease. Hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
A full-day tour is perfect for those who want to fit in the best of Porto and have limited time. A river cruise and wine tasting feature on the itinerary of this Porto experience, as well as a panoramic tour of the city to see top attractions such as Porto Se Cathedral, Avenida dos Aliados, and the Torre & Igreja dos Clerigos. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Savor the best of Portuguese food and wine on this full-day tour of the Douro Valley. After getting picked up at your hotel by an informative local guide, you’ll head off to the village of Sabrosa to look at traditional wine production there. After a stop at the UNESCO heritage site of Pinhão you’ll break for lunch, comprised of typical regional foods. This tour also includes an optional river cruise (available for an extra 10€ per person) or a visit to Pinhão’s beautiful tiled train station. Your guide will drop you back off at your hotel.
This one-way private car journey is a hassle-free and convenient way to get between Lisbon and Porto. Avoid the stress of figuring out public transport systems, and instead, relax and enjoy the luxury of having a private driver. After a hotel pickup, you’ll travel comfortably with spectacular views between Lisbon and Porto. On your way between the two cities, you’ll drive through the picturesque cities of Aveiro and Coimbra.
Absorb the sacred ambience of one of the world’s most significant pilgrimage sites on a full-day trip to Santiago de Compostela from Porto. Accompanied by an expert guide, discover the ecclesiastical majesty of Santiago de Compostela’s historical center; marvel at the grand architecture of Cathedral of Santiago, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, and gain valuable insight into the religious significance and cultural history of Galicia’s capital. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from your Porto hotel.
Spend a day exploring the UNESCO-listed Douro Valley during this small-group wine tour that takes you through the picturesque Portuguese countryside. Your guide picks you up from your hotel and whisks you off to the valley, with stops at beautiful Peso da Regua and Pinhão. Enjoy a river cruise and lunch at a local restaurant in Pinhão. You also learn about the area's wine production with tastings at two wineries.
Explore the central Portuguese cities of Aveiro and Coimbra on this small-group tour from Porto. Visit Aveiro, dubbed the ‘Venice of Portugal,’ and relax on a 1-hour boat cruise along the famous waterways. Then head to Coimbra, known as the ‘City of Students,’ and discover the city’s rich history as you explore the old town and Portugal’s oldest university.
Indulge in the sights and wines of Porto on this 6-hour private tour. No trip to Porto is complete without sampling its famous port wines, which is why on this tour you’ll taste a variety of types of world-class local wines from Porto and the neighboring Douro Valley. Let your knowledgeable guide, as well as the local winemakers tell you about the history and culture of Porto’s wine. You’ll also hit the city’s main sites. Like the Arrábida Bridge, Sé Cathedral, Bolhão Market, Clérigos Church and Tower, Lello Bookshop and São Bento Train Station.
Step outside of Porto & explore the enchanting UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Douro Valley on a private day trip experience. Stop by on picturesque little towns and discover the beauty of this wine region during your private boat ride. The scenic roads and wine tasting make this experience even more amazing! Are you ready for it?
See how the city of Porto comes alive after dark on this private city panoramic tour.
We will show you the very best of our iconic Porto buildings and bridges, dramatically illuminated at night and help you to discover Porto’s key landmarks lit up after dark.
With us you can appreciate the city of Porto, built along the hillsides overlooking the mouth of the Douro River, forming a millennial urban landscape where the diversity of civil and religious architecture bears testimony to a Historic Centre inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1996.
Its monumental and landscape riches captures the diversity of urban layout solutions to be also found in other Western European and Atlantic-Mediterranean cities dating back to Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical times.
A Porto by Night Panoramic Tour will be one of the most memorable things you do when you visit Porto.
Visit some of Portugal’s most historic cities on this one-way transfer from Porto to Lisbon. Visit Aveiro, dubbed ‘Little Venice,’ and see the crisscrossing waterways and colorful homes. Then head to the religious city of Fatima and see the sanctuary built to honor the apparition of the three shepherds. Finally, stop at the well-preserved medieval city of Obidos and discover its ancient history before concluding at your Lisbon hotel.
An extremely dynamic Private Tour tailor made according to each client.
With us you will have the opportunity to understand Oporto as a local, always focusing on your interests and curiosities.
In addition to a cultural tour, it will also be a fun trip, where you will have to choose a local restaurant for lunch.
Get out of the city and enjoy a day in the countryside during this small-group excursion from Porto. You’ll travel to local vineyards where you’ll get to sample wine and cheese, passing by gardens, lakes and picturesque homes along the way. At the Paleozoic Park of Valongo you’ll have the chance to explore ancient Roman mines dating back 2,000 years. You’ll also stop at the River Sousa, home to rock formations between 250 million and 500 million years old.
Visit Aveiro, a city in the center of Portugal known for the channels that run through the town. On this small-group tour, ride through the waterways in a typical boat called a moliceiro. After your boat ride, sample regional sweets, and learn where salt comes from at the salt flats. Finally, pay a visit to the fishing village of Costa Nova and marvel at the lighthouse.
Spend the day exploring two important northern Portugal cities, Braga and Guimarães, and learning about their significance to Portuguese history. Discover Braga’s religious sites—the Cathedral, and the Bom Jesus and Sameiro Sanctuaries—before heading to the medieval city of Guimarães. Walk around this UNESCO-listed ton and learn about its history as you pass important landmarks such as the Guimarães Castle.
Explore the sights of Porto, aka Oporto, on this city tour. Check out major attractions and historical landmarks like Sé Cathedral, as well as interesting spots like Lello’s Bookshop. Soak up the charming atmosphere of the city, and visit a Port wine cellar for a tasting of the region’s famous wine.
Get an in-depth look into Portugal's winemaking industry during this full-day tour to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Douro wineries from Porto. Stop at several important area landmarks, visit local wineries for wine and port tastings, and enjoy a leisurely cruise along the Douro River. Tastings and round-trip transportation from Porto hotels are included.
Braga and UNESCO–listed Guimarães are two of the oldest cities in Portugal, with a history dating back to the days of the Roman Empire. On this tour, visit both cities in one day with entry fees to top attractions including Guimarães Castle, the Palace of the Dukes of Braganza, and Braga Cathedral included. Delve into centuries of rich Portuguese culture and history with your guide, with round-trip travel from your Porto accommodation included.
See how the city of Porto comes alive at dawn in this private city tour.
We'll show you the best of our iconic Porto buildings and bridges, dramatically lit at Down. There is nothing like stopping at the Serra do Pilar Monastery and the Morro Garden in Gaia and taking a moment or two to look at the Douro River, and enjoy simply stunning views of Porto.
From there you can enjoy the city of Porto, built along the slopes overlooking the mouth of the Douro river, forming a millenary urban landscape, where the diversity of civil and religious architecture witnesses a Historic Center inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996.
Its monumental and landscape riches capture the diversity of urban layout solutions that can also be found in other Western European and Atlantic-Mediterranean cities, dating back to Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical times.
Discover the ‘Venice of Portugal’ on a half-day tour to Aveiro. Visit the canals, stroll across the familiar-looking bridges, and even take a gondola cruise on the Aveiro River, just like you would in Venice. Learn about the history of this quaint city from your informative tour guide and enjoy a personalized experience with a small-group tour.
We provide unique explorations of Porto, and we will take you to discover a different and charming city. See the Douro river from several fantastic viewpoints in Porto and Gaia, get to know the city in a relaxed way, take a ride through various places in our charming vehicles, and hear stories that the city has to tell in every corner, and which make Porto and its people unique. Enjoy the ride with a glass full of the flavor and intensity of a good port wine. Porto was nominated three times, and was elected three times, as the best European destination. As you can see, you have all the reasons to know Porto like nobody else will, to discover every nook and cranny, and marvel at the brilliance and splendor of a city that is full of character and passion.
A visit to Aveiro suggests a Moliceiro Boat Trip. The boat ride in Aveiro lasts 45 minutes and travels the four main canals of the city: Canal Central, Canal do Côjo, Canal das Pyramids and Canal de São Roque.
Then, visit the beaches of Costa Nova and Barra with free 15-minute stops at each beach.
You will visit the beaches and the main points, such as the Costa Nova Striped Houses and Barra Lighthouse, the tallest Portuguese lighthouse and one of the highest in the world, 62 meters high and 66 meters above the average water level of the sea. At the end of the tour, to sweeten your mouth, we include the famous sweet tripe tasting.
Pick-up at the Hotel
Trip to Peso da Régua
Miradouro (Panoramic Sightseeing over the Douro River)
Visit to a typical Quinta (Wine Estate) with wine tasting
Trip from Peso da Régua to Pinhão through N-222 (Considered the best road of the world)
Lunch (Local Gastronomy) or Gourmet Experience (at your will)
Visit to the historical train station of Pinhão
Rabelo boat trip (1 hour)
Wine and Olive Oil Tastings
Miradouro (Panoramic Sightseeing over the Douro River)
Return to the Hotel