What you'll do
We will take a 3-hour tour around Portugal’s northern jewel and second city. Porto’s life and soul is found on her streets, and despite being hilly in parts, the city is very walkable. We will travel at leisure so you don’t need to be a gym bunny to take part! Water and snacks will be provided too. Meeting at Avenida dos Aliados (Porto’s main avenue) we will make our way to Estação de São Bento, where we’ll have multiple opportunities to stop and stare at the 20,000 blue and white tiles, depicting scenes of Portuguese history. Onwards through the Ribeira district, we’ll take in Sé Catedral do Porto, Praça da Ribeira and Miradouro da Vitória - the latter all follow before. We then make our way to Jardim da Cordoaria and Livraria Lello - Harry Potter fans prepare to get excited! We’ll continue through the cobbled medieval streets of downtown towards Galerias de Paris and Torre dos Clérigos At the end of the tour you will feel like an authentic "Tripeiro" (Porto inhabitant) and, luckily, you will learn some portuguese words! Até já! / See you soon!
Olá! I’m Débora. I speak Portuguese (native), English, Spanish and French. Curious about the city since a young child, I moved to Porto over 10 years’ ago and instantly fell in love with this historic place, which I’m proud to call home. History and culture defines much of Porto’s look, and over the years I’ve improved my knowledge of the city so one day I can share it with visitors from all over the globe!
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Where you'll be
Avenida dos Aliados Estação de São Bento Sé Catedral do Porto Praça da Ribeira Miradouro da Vitória Antiga Cadeia da Relação Jardim da Cordoaria/Oliveiras Livraria Lello Galerias de Paris Igreja e Torre dos Clérigos
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Up to 8 guests ages 2 and up can attend.
Enjoy Porto like a Tripeiro