Savor foods at Porto’s beloved cafés and markets during this food and wine tasting tour. Try regional delights, from sweet custard tarts to savory classics like a ‘bolinho de bacalhau’ codfish. Taste northern Portugal’s world-renowned export of Port and learn its history and cultural impact. With interesting gastronomy facts from your local guide, this food and wine tasting tour in Porto will keep your appetite sated.
Satiate your Portuguese appetite during this 3.5-hour small-group guided food and wine walking tour in Porto. Traditional cuisine of northern Portugal is best experienced while walking Porto’s historic neighborhoods. Discover a variety of cafes and local joints while learning the delicious history of dishes like salted cod prepared 1,001 different ways! This culinary and gourmet tour is perfect for tasting the signature Portuguese custard tart and savory ‘franceshina’ sandwich. Plus, enjoy samples of coffee, cherry liqueur, famous Port wine and more.
With delicious recipes, fresh ingredients, and traditional culinary culture, Portuguese cuisine has a strong reputation—but beating the language barrier to discover the best flavors is a challenge. On this foodie’s walking tour, savor a taste of Portugal and discover the flavors Porto’s locals love. Visit five Porto cafes and eateries with your guide, and delve into a world of tasty cuisine.
Get a true taste of Porto on this private food tour with a local guide. Come hungry, and visit everything from local hot spots to hidden gems for a look into the authentic side of Porto. Stop at a grocery store for a cheese tasting, see how Portuguese pastries are made, sample dry-cured ham, and more. All tastings are included with the price of your ticket.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Porto’s main attractions on this half-day small-group van tour of the city. You’ll be picked up at your hotel by a friendly local guide and whisked off to the city’s’ medieval town. Retrace history by visiting monuments dating back to the 9th Century, all the way up to present day. After visiting the famous Avenida da Boavista and Ribeira you’ll end at picturesque Cais da Gaia for a perfect view of the whole city.
The best way to understand the culture of a country is to dive deep into its food and wine heritage. In Portugal, you will find hundreds of lesser-known grape varieties that grow nowhere else in the world. On this exciting food and wine tour, you can sample Portugal’s wide variety of wines by the hands of a professional sommelier while tasting its amazing food as well!Meet your guide, a professional sommelier that will show you the beauty of the city and the secrets of its food and wines. Walk-through Porto’s beautiful cobbled streets dating back to Roman times while trying outstanding local wines and regional specialties.-3-hours food & wine tasting tour of Porto.-Enjoy different tasters, including regional and seasonal dishes paired in harmony with 5 Portuguese wines.-Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures a personalized experience.-Get the inside scoop on Porto’s food and wine scene from a professional sommelier.
Experience the Douro Valley on a full-day private tour. Cruise along the Douro River, enjoy a traditional Portuguese lunch with pork, lamb, and vegetarian options. Taste locally produced wines and port at two wineries and visit an olive oil museum where you sample local products like olives, almonds, olive oil, bread and honey. This tour is ideal for food and wine lovers wanting to taste some Portuguese specialties with local insights. The private tour is customizable to your individual tastes.
Discover the wine region of Dão on this full-day tour from Porto. Visit both classic and modern wineries to sample the wines of the region, enjoy a Portuguese lunch, and taste the Serra da Estrela cheese of the area.
Porto is famous for its tascas—local taverns—and vinho verde wines. On this tour, soak up the atmosphere of the Bolhão Market on a guided walking tour, visit some of Porto’s best street food stalls and petiscos (appetizers), and tuck into a huge variety of regional specialties, accompanied by fine regional wines.
See and taste the best of Northern Portugal on this small group Porto bike, wine and gastronomy tour. Pick out your favorite bike, strap on your helmet and follow your professional guide through the charming city of Porto. Visit Port wine cellars and sample sips of the Douro Valley’s world-renowned wine, poured by informative local wine experts. After, sample traditional Portuguese cuisine lunch or dinner, depending on the time of your tour. The trip wouldn’t be complete without cycling over to the famous Café Majestic, and other cultural sites, such as the Wine Institute of Douro and Porto, the Wine Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia and a Museum dedicated to activity of refinement and tasting. Participants on this tour is limited to ensure a quality experience.
The Presidential Train is the only railway tourism project in Portugal and the only one that gathers Chefs, a historical Train that used to carry Queens, Kings and Presidents to one of the most incredible, quiet and stunning regions in the entire world - the Douro Valley in Portugal.2020 will be the last edition of the project.
Feast your senses on the delectable bites and cultural sights of Porto on a 3.5-hour culinary walking tour of the vibrant Portuguese city. With an expert gastronome guide, discover the traditions associated with Port wine, olive oil and Portuguese classics as you explore the city sights. Take a tour of the bounteous Bolhão Market; pass monumental sites like the S. Bento train station and Ribiera; and sample delectable platters brimming with cured meats, cheeses, olive oil and fine Portuguese wine.
We Invite you to imagine yourself living this unique experience, in communion with the silence of an entire Douro Valley that screams to be discovered! Got it? Inspire yourself and live the Douro we have chosen especially for you. The calm waters of the river, aboard of a boat full of charm, take you to one of the most secret places in the whole region: lunch with a phenomenal view over the river and a taste of selected wines, will inspire you in love and give you a full heart! Join us in this amazing experience!
Porto is famous for its tascas—tapas-style dishes to share—and this tour will take you to some of the city’s best tascas bars. Accompanied by a local guide, learn about Portuguese culture and traditions, sample delicious regional delicacies and wines, and get the inside scoop on Porto’s foodie scene.
Experience Porto through its food on this 2-hour private tour. With a private guide, you'll have the chance to learn about Porto's culinary culture as you taste traditional tapas and wine. The first tasting is included; the rest are at your own expense. Hotel pickup is available.
Get a more in-depth, comprehensive insight into the world of Northern Portuguese cuisine than you would alone while in Porto, during this brief but well-curated city walking tour. Explore the city and some of its many landmarks alongside your local guide—who’ll provide historical context along the way—stopping for wine, cheese, and prosciutto tastings, as well as riverside tapas.
3 to 3 ½ hours guided food tour in downtown Porto and the Ribeira neighborhoodA passionate and experienced English-speaking local guideGreat insight into local food, history, and cultureSmall intimate groups (12 guests max)
Rich and potent, port is Portugal’s signature wine and Vila Nova de Gaia is the epicenter of the nation’s trade. Under the guidance of a sommelier, discover three contemporary ports, one pink, one tawny, and one ruby, as you taste them with chocolates at Espaço Porto Cruz. Once you’re done, feel free to enjoy videos, displays, or a virtual experience, or sip more wine in the rooftop Lounge Bar.
Explore Porto’s exciting craft beer scene on our beer-focused food tour.Porto may be known for Port wine, but beer is the drink that fuels this city daily. This tour is not a pub crawl. We promise to fill your stomach and your pint glass on this evening stroll through town.On our Porto Craft Beer & Food tour learn the basics of brewing, discover the craft beer history of the city, go behind the scenes to learn about some of the brewing techniques and have a lot of fun along the way!Enjoy beer tastings paired with a variety of Porto’s favorite foods – experience how beer and food can perfectly complement each other. Whether you are a curious beer lover or serious beer enthusiast, this tour offers something for everyone!
On our tour, you won’t get a touristy version of Portuguese food. You´ll be connected with Oporto on a deeper level, being aware of what you are tasting and experiencing the food that most residents eat and are very proud to share.Only available 10 places per tour for a more personal and intimate experience.
Portugal is home to some of the best wines in the world. Meet taste and get to know the main regions of Portugal in a tasting conducted by a WSET level 3 and cooking degree, and where you can see the difference between wines and terroirs. This tasting is accompanied by great innovative tapas, by a renowned chef, all in the privacy of a tasting room. 5 unique tailored tapas & 5 wines.This tasting is held in Matosinhos, the fishing city near Porto. It has 150 fish restaurants in just 2 streets. It is considered to have the WORLD´S BEST FISH. Optionally, there can be a fish and seafood lunch or dinner, upon request and pricing.
Enjoy the true flavors of Porto on a family friendly food tour and eat your way through the city as you discover the local hangouts and eateries with the most authentic dishes. Eat like a local family with the help of a friendly local by your side!
The Dão Wine Region is Portugal´s best kept secret. The region is full of castles and manor houses that give it a Bordeaux feeling. Considered by most as the Saint Emilion of Portugal, the region is perfect. Hectars of vineyards, 2 mountain ranges and the Serra da Estrela (Continental Portugal´s highest mountain range) give it a romantic feel. The region is home to producers since 1788 and produces the most stunning wines.It is home to Touriga Nacional (red grape) and Encruzado (white grape).It was a forgotten region until de 1980´s when it began to reborn. Now it is home to the traditional and modern takes on Dão Wines.The food is also to die for! Full of stews, hearty meats and of course bacalhau and octopus.Get to know this unique region in Europe.
Looking for a proper introduction to Porto's local food scene?In this Food and Wine tasting tour you will discover the most authentic food in truly authentic places.Some say, Porto is running out of authentic places ("tascos"), but to prove these naysayers are wrong, we will take you to some of our favorites.We will have a proper cheese and cured meats platter, alheira, moelas, bifanas, and wine, just to name a few of the treats waiting for you.I look forward to share these delicious flavors with you, and show you some hidden places in Porto!