One of the oldest cities in Portugal and UNESCO–listed, Porto offers thousands of years of history and culture—The small village was occupied by the Romans one century BCE, making Portus Cale a mandatory stop on the route between Braga and Lisbon. Now with beautiful architecture and sweeping coastal views.
His tradition of fighting for civil rights gave Porto its reputation as liberal and progressive. During the 19th century it was the birthplace of important poets and sculptors. Join us to discover about these and other interesting facts in this private full-day city tour.
Enjoy a round-trip travel from your Porto hotel and reach the sites in a comfortable tour with your guide. Stroll through the Bolhão Market, sample local wine at the Porto wine cellars, and cruise the calm waters of the Douro River—with all activity costs included.
Available languages: Portuguese, English, French and Spanish. Any other language, by request.
We will meet you at Touch Tours Reception: Rua Cândido dos Reis 105, Porto. Near Torre dos Clérigos and Lello’s famous Library.
We will explore the character of Porto’s most beautiful neighborhoods. We will walk around the historical city centre, visiting and experiencing the best of our culture and traditions. Take the chance to pass by the famous Carmo Church, Lello’s Library, Clérigos Church and Tower, Aliados Avenue, Majestic Café, Santa Catarina Street, Bolhão Market, Poveiros Square, Santo Ildefonso Church, the unbelievable Sé Cathedral, the amazing and oldest São Bento railway station, the dynamic Flores Street, and reach the famous S. Francisco Church, library, museum and catacombs.
Note: Your guide will gladly fix a custom itinerary based on the small group interests. There is no time to explore all Porto amazing attractions. So, feel free to share your main interests with your guide so he can manage this morning itinerary the best way possible.
We are happy to take you and leave you in very typical portuguese local pastry spot so you can taste our tradicional flavours. We suggest you to paired them with a glass of Port Wine.