Discover the rich history of Porto on this informative walking tour with a local guide. Sightseeing as you walk, admiring Porto’s grand façades and Baroque architecture. With a knowledgeable local guide by your side to explain this sights, this is a great opportunity for first-time visitors to immerse themselves in Porto’s urban landscape. You’ll hit the UNESCO Old Town district, admire views of the Douro River, and see many other notable landmarks like Avenida dos Aliados, Bookstore Lello, Church and Tower of Clérigos, S. Bento Train Station, Old Market Ferreira Borges, Majestic Café and the Market of Bolhão.
A guided walking tour of Porto
Steep in Porto’s local culture and history
Explore the UNESCO Old Town neighborhood
See grand ballrooms at the Stock Exchange Palace (Palácio da Bolsa)
Orient yourself Portugal with this immersive and informative sightseeing tour
This was the highlight of our visit to Porto. We were exceptionally fortunate to have Marta as our guide. She was so knowledgeable and passionate about Porto and imparted her knowledge in a delightful manner. Marta is a great ambassador for Porto and Portugal in general. Ian & Chris
Hugo ? our guide, was enthusiastic and knowledgeable but needs to learn to let his guests ask questions. He virtually spoke non-stop for three hours. We suggest the tour should start from the nearby Trinidade station, rather than a hard-to-find back street.
This tour is amazing you really must do it - our guide Paul was so knowledgable and fun - we had the most personal and Informative tour we could ask for - he educated us on parts of the city we would have never seen on our own as well as so much extra information about the tram to the coast, the olive shop and Jamie Oliver's Plank shop ! Highly recommended
Excellent in every way! Great introduction and way to get to know Porto and its surroundings. From there you can plan what do you want to explore or do next while you stay in the city. Our tour guide was the best! They even took us to a bakery to taste the official pastry of Portugal, Pastel de Nata. The tour guide was so professional and seemed to know so much about history. I loved this tour!