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.
3.5-hour culinary walking tour of Porto with an expert guide
Explore the cultural sights of the city on foot accompanied by an expert guide
Learn about the rich culinary culture of the country by listening to illuminating commentary
Sample typical Portuguese products like Port wine, olive oil and cured meat in ambient bars and restaurants
The Food,Wine and Olive Oil Walking Tour in Porto was very good, and reasonably priced. I recommend you do this when you first arrive in the city - it's a great way to get a feeling for the place and confidence in finding your way around.
Our guide spoke English well and had an excellent knowledge of Porto.
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. It was like a personal tour. Our guide pointed out popular places and told us the history of the areas as we walked around town. The food and olive oil tastings were great. However, the food at the lunch location was just okay, nothing spectacular about the taste.
This was an excellent tour, there was just two of us with the guide Ricardo we had a very personal experience, able to ask about lots of random things as we went round, Ricardo was very knowledgeable and brought in lots of history of the local area and country. The visits were varied and all of good quality, the food stop for lunch was exceptional, more rustic food but it was very tasty indeed.
This was a great tour .... The olive oil tasting was very informative and our host was very friendly. The Porto tasting was not very good ... Not really a tasting .. you taste one port vs. getting a serious with comments on the different types.... better to just go on your own to a Port house and pick the varities you would like to try.