Tour Porto

Details Tour

Porto is one of the oldest tourist destinations in Europe and the richness of its artistic heritage, Port Wine, the vast spaces dedicated to leisure and its cultural life are just some of the reasons that invite you to visit the city.

Along the river and the sea the city unfolds in charming landscapes, inviting terraces and the pleasure of the outdoors, which the green spaces complement. But to discover Porto is to meet many surprises. Keeping its hospitable and conservative character, the city is also contemporary and creative, and the streets, architecture, museums, leisure spaces, terraces and commercial areas, from the most traditional to traditional modern and exclusive.

The Historic Center of Porto has been a Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 1996 and its landscape and the winding layout of its streets give it a unique beauty.

In the city, Port Wine is present in several ways and senses: it can be known and experienced, but never ignored, or forgotten.

Witness to a history made of the crossing of cultures in successive occupations, several times invaded and surrounded, but always Invicta, the city of Porto is a living, dynamic heritage, which regenerates and reinvents itself, always maintaining its character, or was not founded in granite and therefore, unshakable.

Some of the Places you will meet on this tour

6 bridges it separates it from Gaia: Ponte da Arrábida, Ponte Luís I, Ponte Infante D. Henrique, Ponte Maria Pia, Ponte São João and, finally, Ponte do Freixo.

A Ribeira do Porto - Ribeira do Porto, next to the Douro River, is one of the most typical places in the city of Porto and, integrating the Historic Zone, is part of the World Heritage designated by UNESCO. Nowadays it is a popular place for bars and restaurants, particularly by tourists

A praça dos aliados - The magnificence of its architectural ensemble and its central character make this Avenue the “visiting room” of the city, being the place par excellence where Porto residents gather to celebrate special moments.


Palácio da Bolsa - With a mixture of architectural styles, the building presents in all its splendor traces of the 19th century neoclassical, Tuscan architecture, as well as the English neo-paladian.

Torre dos Clérigos - The Clérigos architectural ensemble, classified as a National Monument since 1910, is due to its Church and Tower, one of the main points of interest, and a must-visit place for all who visit the city of Porto.

O Rio Douro - From here depart the cruises that show the city from another point of view. Try this tour on a rabelo boat, once used to transport the wine barrels from the farms on the slopes of the Douro to the cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia.