This guided tour of Douro Valley gives you a full day in the Portuguese countryside. Learn invaluable cultural information from your guide, and travel with ease, as all transport is organized for you. The day has so many wonderful inclusions, making it the ultimate hassle-free experience—visit two wine estates for tastings, have a local lunch, enjoy a panoramic cruise, and sample local honey and olive oil too.
Uncover the charm of Portugal’s two oldest cities on this full-day tour of Guimarães and Braga from Porto. In the Roman city of Braga, home to the oldest archdiocese in Portugal, visit the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus and see the city’s historic cathedral, which dates back to the 11th century. Visit the medieval village of Guimarães, the birthplace of the nation and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Walk through the Palace of the Dukes of Bragança and the Guimarães Castle and wander the ancient streets and city squares. Lunch is provided.
Indulge in the Douro Valley’s luxuriant food and wine culture on this full-day small-group tour of the Douro with lunch. After departing from Porto by minibus, you’ll sweep through the Douro’s winding roads as you enter the valley. With terraced vineyards on either side of you, you’ll visit esteemed wineries and the Douro’s most captivating cities: Amarante, Lamego, Régua and Pinhão, the heart of the Alto Douro. Along the way you’ll enjoy lunch and learn about the Douro’s wine programs, people and culinary heritage.
Steep yourself in the history of Santiago de Compostela on this full-day guided sightseeing tour from Porto. Delve deep into the religious and cultural heritage of Galicia’s star city with the help of an expert guide. After leaving Porto, enjoy a scenic drive over the Portugal-Spain border. Then arrive in Santiago, where you’ll spend the day traversing this UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for its pilgrimage route, the Caminho de Santiago (St. James way).
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.
Journey to two of Portugal’s northernmost cities, Guimarães and Braga, on this immersive guided day trip from Porto, including lunch. Meet your expert guide and set out for Guimarães, an UNESCO World Heritage-listed town. See the 10th-century castle and the Dukes of Braganza Palace. Enjoy a satiating lunch at a local restaurant. Next, venture to Braga, where you will learn about its extensive Roman history from your informative guide. This is a great tour for Portuguese and European history buffs.
Experience Porto at its most romantic during this evening city sightseeing tour followed by dinner and a Fado show. This tour will show you the many beautiful sides of Porto at night. Start with a driving tour in a comfortable van with panoramic windows to see the cobblestone streets, floodlit Douro River, and many other stunning sites. Then, head to an authentic local restaurant for a memorable meal and traditional Fado show, Portugal’s signature melancholic music of longing.
Discover the natural beauty and cultural splendor of North Portugal on a full-day tour to emblematic cities, Braga and Guimarães, from Porto. Alongside an expert guide, visit the medieval church and grand Sé Cathedral in Braga before absorbing panoramic vistas from a hilltop perch. Revitalize with a traditional Portuguese lunch and then continue to Guimarães, a historic town famed for its Romanesque Church of St Miguel. Embark on a guided walking tour of the charming historical center and then visit a local market to sample sweet Portuguese specialties beofre returning to Porto.
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.
Discover the beauty of one of Portugal’s most underrated regions on this full-day guided tour of Minho from Porto. Located in Northern Portugal, Minho is known for its bucolic countryside, lush terrain, vineyards, and delicious cuisine. Spend the day exploring it all with the help of a knowledgeable guide, including eating a memorable lunch at a local restaurant. Visit two cities, Guimaraes and Braga, to get to know the heart of the region.
Take in the beautiful sights and sounds of Porto from the comfort of a private Tuk Tuk tour in Porto. Sip a glass of Port wine as you gain a new perspective on the city’s historic center, check out the Douro River from several angles, and explore hidden nooks and crannies that other travelers may not experience. Meanwhile, your driver-guide will provide context and commentary.
Maximize time in Portugal with a full-day tour to the two heritage cities of Braga and Guimarães. After getting picked up at your hotel in Porto, explore the historic center and striking castle of Guimarães plus the Cathedral in Braga. Learn about each town’s history from your guide and relax over a traditional Portuguese lunch including Vinho Verde, a wine produced locally.
Tour the 2,000-year-old city of Braga and the UNESCO-listed city of Guimaraes with a private guide on this trip from Porto. Make the most of sightseeing on a tour that includes hotel pickup and drop-off and in-depth commentary about the history of each site.
Uncover the mysteries of Porto on this full-day sightseeing tour with lunch. Meet your guide and spend the day traveling through the city’s charming corridors, compelling neighborhoods and seeing its historic landmarks. Learn about Porto’s history including Old Town, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Douro River and much more. Then, enjoy a traditional local lunch and continue your journey to the Se Cathedral, São Bento Railway Station and more. This is a great tour for a first-time visitor to orient themselves to many of Porto’s wonders.
Those who know Porto’s layout may think this tour is something of a Mission Impossible. Well, there are good news and bad news. Let’s start by the bad news: Porto is a really steep city. The challenge level is going up but we can guarantee that this is to be a memorable trip, for the best possible reasons. The good news: our bikes are electric, easy to ride and environment-friendly!All bikes in this tour are powered by an electric motor, you will be able to stroll with ease through all the highlights of the city. Discover a charming city perched over the river, composed by old houses that huddle together from the river quay until the sea.See the old palaces, the churches, the emblematic neighbourhoods as well as the people that bring life into the city that was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.This is the perfect transportation for those who enjoy bike riding and culture. Combining both in an exhilarating experience through Porto’s hills and cobblestone streets.
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.
Uncover another side of Portugal during this Jewish Heritage walking tour from Porto. One of the oldest Jewish communities in the world, Porto plays a unique role in Jewish history and offers a chance for an interesting cultural tour off the beaten path. A friendly local guide walks you through historic Jewish quarters, hidden synagogues and places that are popular with Jews today. See Sao Bento da Vitória Church, the Porto Cathedral, and Ribeira Square among other destinations. Never look at Portugal the same way again after this fascinating tour involving an important part of the country’s history and culture.
Porto city half day tour and Fado show dinner with panoramic view porto city by night.Join us in this wonderful experience to discover the beautiful city of Porto during the day and at night. Pick up at your hotel between 08:30am and 9am or 1.30 and 2pm for a beautiful city tour to see the city's main monuments as well as its history: Avenida dos Aliados, Clèrigos Tower and Church, Livraria Lello, Sé Cathedral of Porto , Sao Bento Station. To end the tour, try the famous port wine and visit a wine cellar.After this 4-hour tour, be dropped off at your hotel again so you can take time out for yourself. Get caught again by our guide at your hotel at 8pm. Get ready to get involved on a different night. You will enjoy a panoramic view at night (you can see the differences of the day and night) and then a typical Portuguese dinner watching a Fado show. "Fado" is a Portuguese musical style. "Soul that knows how to listen", this song, which speaks about deep feelings of the Portuguese soul.
The Douro Valley is quite far away from Porto, and unless you rent a car it could be hard to visit the area. Opt instead for this Douro Valley small-group tour that’s limited to eight people. Along with round-trip transport and a Portuguese lunch, stop at two wineries for wine tasting and go on a cruise of the area.
Explore the coastal canals of Aveiro that include a Moliceiro cruise during a half-day guided trip from Porto. Aveiro’s charm lies in its Venice-like canals, which you will experience aboard a classic ‘moliceiro’ boat. Walking alongside an expert guide, discover more captivating sights of Aveiro’s town center. On your voyage back to Porto, stop in the spirited fishing town of Costa Nova and visit its spectacular white sand beaches. For your convenience, this tour offers both morning and afternoon departures.
Explore the picturesque countrysides of Portugal and Spain during this full-day private tour of Santiago de Compostela and Viana do Castelo from Porto. Your private driver will pick you up in the morning and escort your party to historic Santiago de Compostela in Spain, one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world. Here you’ll have the chance to wander the town, visit its renowned Cathedral of Santiago and eat a delicious lunch. Crossing back into Portugal, you’ll head to the historic town of Viana do Castelo where you’ll explore the town on foot and visit its famous Santa Luzia Sanctuary. Your driver will return you to your hotel in Porto at the end of the day.
Venture from Porto to Spain on this day trip to Santiago de Compostela and the sacred pilgrimage route, St James Way. For centuries pilgrims have made their way along this historic path and on this tour you can glean a part of their experience with a knowledgeable guide. Visit the sacred sites of Santiago de Compostela, like the city’s famous cathedral, as well as the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Old Town. On your way back to Porto, stop at the charming Valença do Minho, dominated with a fortress of two towers and a double great wall projected in the Vouban style, in Portugal.
Experience Porto after dark on this cultural night tour with fado show. By day, Porto is a lively bustling city, but at night with the Baroque building facades lit in a yellow glow, it takes on a more romantic tone. See the local landmarks at night with the ease of a city tour led by a local guide. Then, immerse in Porto’s unique melancholic singing genre at a fado show and see why it’s listed as a UNESCO heritage art.
Explore the sites and history of the Jewish community in Porto on this private half-day walking tour. With a knowledgeable guide, stroll through the old Jewish quarters as you learn about the city’s Jewish community, whose origins date to the 1100s. See historical sites, learn about the Portuguese ‘Dreyfus’ of the 1920s, and visit the Kadoori Mekor Haim Synagogue (weekdays only), the largest on the Iberian Peninsula. Entrance fees at your own expense.