Explore the wine region of the Douro Valley on this immersive guided day excursion. Feast your senses on the Douro’s many magnificent wineries, restaurants and view points. More than that, you’ll visit two prime wineries where you’ll be introduced to some of the region’s best varietals. Learn about the history of the wine heritage with the help of your guide and local winemakers. Of course, no trip to the Douro Valley would be complete without tasting a few world-class wines and a traditional Portuguese lunch.
Explore Portugal’s second most popular city on this full-day private tour from Lisbon to Porto. See the city’s key landmarks like Old Town Ribeira, the Porto Cathedral, Sao Bento train station, the Clerics Tower, and the famous port wine cellars. Discover the city’s rich history from your informative tour guide and admire the beauty of this great northern city.
Although small in size, Portugal has a rich and varied gastronomy, based on the Mediterranean diet but with several influences.In this Cooking Class you will learn to prepare traditional Portuguese dishes based upon typical recipes.Menus are always seasonal and incorporate local products wherever possible.You will prepare and enjoy a four course meal: appetizer, soup, main course and dessert.After the class you can enjoy a well deserved meal with the dishes you prepared, paired with different Portuguese wines.Take home the memories of the city and prepare to Typically Portuguese Meal for your friends and family.- Hands-on cooking class by a local Chef instructor.- Wine and beverages included.- Class is made up of 12 participants maximum- Family friendly.
This is the ideal way to see Porto’s highlights, and learn about its wonderful wine at the same time. With regular departures throughout the day, you can be flexible, and pick a time that works for you. Listen to audio guides while on the train, and learn about the historic sites you pass, such as São João National Theatre. You’ll see multiple city hotspots, and then go for a winery tour with two Port tastings included.
This Porto cooking class combines eating a 3-course meal with an activity where you can actually learn to make a Portuguese meal from a traditional chef from the area. Once you make your meal, enjoy it with wine, tea, or coffee. You can also upgrade to add a market visit beforehand where you learn how to pick out local ingredients.
Make the most of your time in Porto by having a guide to teach you about Portugal’s best wines. By going on a walking tour, learn about the city, walk past top attractions, and taste wine too, ensuring your time is well spent. Highlights include visiting a port wine cellar with tastings, then sample Douro and green wine in other wine houses. To curb your hunger—snacks are also included.
Northern Portugal is renowned for its world-class surfing opportunities. Escape the city for a day and learn to ride the waves of the Atlantic Ocean during a half-day surf lesson that includes hassle-free transport from the city centre. Regardless of your ability and experience, you’ll either learn the basics of surfing or improve on existing skills in a small group limited to 15 people.
Sip your way through Porto’s wine history on this informative wine tasting tour with a multilingual guide. Visit two wine houses, where you will taste a total of two glasses of wine and three glasses of Portugal’s famed port wine. Tour Portugal’s oldest winery, Croft Wine Cellar as well as other significant stops. Listen to your guide and the local winemakers explain the winemaking process and what makes Portugal’s wine different from other European wines. This is a small-group tour made for an intimate experience.
Learn about the winemaking process from start to finish on this full-day tour in the Douro Valley. Head to a vineyard in the valley and harvest the grapes straight off the vines and then learn the ancient grape stomping technique that was used for many years to make wine. Enjoy a wine tasting, appetizers, and a delicious Portuguese lunch before watching a local performance.
- Meet the Douro, a region bathed by Douro River and part of the called Douro Valley Wine Region. Located in the North of Portugal and listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site since 2001 is the oldest demarcated region in the world and known for the production of the famous port wine, landscapes and vineyards…- Enjoy a customized private tour (just you and our driver/guide) in the Douro Valley with tasty local food, wine and products from the region such as Olive Oil, Honey, Almond, Olive and Cheese... Have lunch in a famous family-owned wineries and taste local food... Take a "Rabelo" boat cruise (1h) in the heart of the Douro Valley on a traditional boat used for centuries to transport Port wine… Visit a charming winery, stroll in the vineyards and taste Port Wines… The transportation is in a comfortable and luxurious Mercedes E class.
Venture out to the countryside of Porto for an exciting off-road buggy tour. Traverse rugged terrain and admire the Portuguese landscapes during this fully private adventure. Strap on your helmet and goggles and buckle up for an adventurous day going where no other motorized vehicles can go. Hotel pick-up and drop off are also included in your tour.
In this tour we will visit Alto Douro Vinhateiro one of the most known and old wine regions in the world, with more than 2,000 years. It is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.The Douro valley has beautiful landscapes, really nice food, people are really friendly plus you will taste some great wines, visit some wine caves and learn about the Porto wine production process and it's history.By the end of this tour you will have a new set of skills to enjoy and appreciate your Porto wine!
Ideal for lovers of craft beer, this 3.5-hour tour takes you to three Porto locations renowned for their craft beer. Alongside your guide, you’ll visit two breweries to learn about the complex processes involved in making craft beer. Try craft beer direct from the fermenter and then sample three different types of Portuguese craft beer in an ambient pub. On this small-group tour, limited to 12 people, an intimate atmosphere is guaranteed.
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.
Designed for those with an eye for artistic detail, this 3-hour walking tour of Porto enhances the elaborate craftsmanship of its architecture. As you explore Porto’s UNESCO-listed historic center, visit buildings adorned with the colorful tiles that have become the city’s trademark. Learn about the city’s industrial history and see highlights such as the Sao Bento Train Station and Carmo Church. Small-group tour limited to 10 people.
Learn all about how beer is brewed—and go behind the scenes in a working brewery—with this immersive, small-group tour. Make your way to one of Porto’s top craft breweries, and meet your guide. You’ll tour the brewery facility, will learn about the different equipment and raw ingredients that go into the brewing process, and may even see brewers at work. Enjoy several beers as part of your visit, as well as spicy pork sandwiches and other traditional bites.
If you’re not a strong surfer but want to hit the waves in Porto, this Atlantic Ocean surfing class is just the thing for you. Along with all necessary equipment, your surf lesson is led by an instructor that teaches you basic techniques on the sand. Then, hit the waves in the ocean and test your surfing skills. This lesson takes places on the beach, where you can stay afterward if you’d like to catch some rays.
Explore the beautiful and colorful streets of Porto on a 3-hour street art tour. See works from a number of notable street artists including Costa, Hazul, Lara, Mesk, Mr. Dheo, Selor, and Frederico Draw. Learn about the different types of street art like graffiti, stenciled work, and paintings and get insider tips from your guide on other activities to do in Porto.
Explore Porto on your own terms, timeframe, and schedule while benefiting from the authentic insight of a local guide during this customizable Porto tour. Instead of wasting time waiting on large tour groups, explore in private and acquaint yourself with the city, visiting the places that are of most interest to you or allowing your guide create a personalized itinerary.
Arizona Sunshine LB VR, the best First Person Shooter of Virtual Reality Zombies has come to Porto via Virtuaplay.Don't miss this incredible and unique multiplayer experience (up to 4 players), which utilizes the revolutionary "Free Roam VR" technology, which gives you complete freedom of movement within the 6 meter x 6 meter gaming area, your physical movements being duplicated in virtual reality.
Curious to learn more about how beer winds up in your glass? Enjoy the rare chance to go behind the scenes in a working brewery, meet brewers, and discover the main brewing equipment and ingredients during this small-group tour. Held in one of Porto’s top-rated craft breweries, the tour will teach you the ins and outs of the brewing process. As part of your visit, you’ll also have the chance to taste four delicious beers that were made on site.
Tour on a Brew Pub that is also a Craft Beer Factory, a with Craft Beer Tasting Board, with 4 different Craft Beers, plus a relaxed beer drinking time with Porto Style Francesinha Sandwich! A MUST TASTE, do NOT leave Porto without eating one!