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Porto: Douro River Panoramic Tour by Boat

1. Porto: Douro River Panoramic Tour by Boat

Departing from the convenient meeting point in Douro Marina, you will being your trip sailing by the beautiful cityscape of Porto. Throughout the trip you will have the chance to see remarkable places such as Ponte da Arrábida, the old market (Alfandega), the Porto wine cellars, and the beautiful Ponte Luiz I. Turning back at Luiz I bridge, you will sail you until the entrance of the Douro River for a sea experience and a lovely view of Foz do Douro and the new cruise terminal. If you want you can also stop close to the Douro Ecological Reserve to enjoy the peace and quietness of this fantastic area. Alternatively, choose the sunset option to enjoy a magnificent boat tour combined with beautiful sunset views from the vantage point of the sea.

Porto: City Highlights 3-Hour Guided Electric Bike Tour

2. Porto: City Highlights 3-Hour Guided Electric Bike Tour

Explore the ancient city of Porto with the convenience of an e-bike to climb the hills on this guided tour. The many old houses of the city of Proto seem to perch over the Douro River, huddled together from the quay to the sea. Discover the old palaces, the churches, the emblematic neighborhoods, the people, and all the picturesque corners that the city has to offer. Porto is Portugal's second-largest city with many highlights to explore. The historic core of the city was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. On your tour, see the Cordoaria Garden, the Clérgios Tower, Gomes Teixeira Square, the Lello Bookstore, Aliados Avenue, the Porto Cathedral, and the Dom Luís Bridge. 

Porto: Downtown Electric Bike Tour

3. Porto: Downtown Electric Bike Tour

Feel like a local and explore Porto’s top highlights, its different neighborhoods, and hidden spots on a guided tour riding an electric bike. Ride in class and comfort on an electric bike which is perfect for discovering hillier parts of the city, such as Clérigos and the Palácio de Cristal gardens. See and feel Porto differently as you cruise along iconic streets like Aliados Avenue towards areas such as Ribeira, Duoro, and Gaia. Along the way, visit many famous sights like São Bento Station, with its breathtaking blue interior, and discover architecture marvels like Luis I bridge and Porto Cathedral.

Porto Half-Day Tour and Wine Tasting

4. Porto Half-Day Tour and Wine Tasting

Discover one of the oldest cities in Europe on a half-day sightseeing tour of Porto, and learn its rich and diverse history, from the 4th century when Romans occupied the Iberian Peninsula, to its modern day renaissance. Start by exploring the "Bairro da Sé," to discover the heart of Porto's roots in the Ribeira. Admire the traditional architecture that earned the city status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, and wander past historic store fronts and ancient plazas that were built over Roman ruins. After immersing yourself in Porto's history and local culture, visit one of its most famous wine cellars. Located in the historic heart of the Vila Nova de Gaia, it’s here that you can enjoy the chance to sample some of Portugal’s world renowned wines from age-old vineyards.

Porto Full-Day Tour

5. Porto Full-Day Tour

Porto is a vibrant city of picturesque streets, beautiful buildings, honest smiles and romantic aura with a mix of monuments by leading world architects from the past and the present. Porto is Portugal's second largest metropolis, and one of Europe's most charismatic cities. Porto is also one of the last undiscovered European metropolises, but that is about to change. Porto is an ancient port steeped in history and tradition. It is a highly atmospheric place that has become known for its monuments by renowned architects (Gustave Eiffel's Dona Maria Bridge, Nicolau Nasoni's Clerigos Tower, Rem Koolhaas' Casa da Musica and Siza Vieira's Serralves Museum), but just when you think you don't know much about this city, think again. This is the city that originated and named Port wine, and gave birth to one of world history's most legendary figures, Prince Henry the Navigator (the fictional character from Harry Potter). These are just a few curious facts about this intriguing and majestic city, and if you want to find out more, go on exploring the city on a full-day that will leave your mind fascinated.

Porto: Accessible Sailing Tour

6. Porto: Accessible Sailing Tour

Enjoy the opportunity of participating in sailing maneuvers and steering Inca, a catamaran specially designed for people with special needs. A one-of-its-kind boat, this catamaran is fast, fun and perfect for sightseeing with plenty of room to have you and your guests on board. During your picturesque sail, you'll see the magnificent landscapes of Vila Nova de Gaia and Porto from the water. Depending on the sea conditions, you’ll be taken towards the open water to enjoy the pleasure of sailing and experience the sense of freedom that can only be delivered by the ocean.

From Lisbon: Discover Porto

7. From Lisbon: Discover Porto

Porto, the city that gave Portugal its name, is known worldwide for its wine, bridges, and contemporary and ancient architecture. Its historical center, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is a can’t-miss attraction. Spend a full day exploring the amazing monuments and landscapes of Porto on this guided cultural and heritage tour from Lisbon.   Start at Igreja e Clérigos Tower, built in the 18th century, a remarkable architectural complex. Visit the Lello bookstore, which has been recognized as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world—its stunning dark wood and red velvet interior will amaze you. Head to the beautiful Sao Bento Railway Station to admire its 20,000 azulejo tiles. Visit the Porto Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church that is one of the oldest in the city.   Take lunch at Ribiera in the historic center of the city before visiting a wine cellar where the famous Port wine is made. Finally, enjoy a boat trip to see the 7 bridges that cross the water. After a day well spent, you’ll be returned to your hotel in Lisbon.

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What people are saying about Clérigos Church

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The check in process at the marina gate was swift. The boat departed on time. (Don't be late...). There were four parties on the outing, but two of the parties thought they were supposed to be the only ones on the trip. It was a bit uncomfortable for a while as the passengers became angry as the boat operator had to explain their capacity and space availability to everyone as they were boarding (over the frustration of the folks who thought they had an "exclusive" trip) Not sure where they got that idea, But, "Get Your Guide" had a limit of 4 passengers in the booking purchase system that may have given the customer the impression that was the capacity of the boat. (But it was a 50+ foot boat, big enough for the 16 passengers and crew. Once everyone was settled on board, the irate passengers realized there was plenty of space, and the deck hand served a glass of chilled white port, they relaxed and had a good time.

Incredible experience. Great way to see the city and so fun! The bikes were easy to use and nice to not actually have to cycle up those hills! Our guide Gilles was very knowledgeable, personable, patient and great to spend the day with. Absolute beauty. He made the experience even better than it already was. I would give 6 stars if possible. Definitely something you should try!!

Fantastic way to see the city. Was unsure how good the bikes would be on the hills but it was a breeze. Great local tour guide who was very knowledgeable. Would definitely recommend.

It was great, Very nice walk Only pity we were offered a glass of white wine instead of the glass of Port. We were not told that we had to pay extra. In liquid.

It was a breathtaking sunset. Great way to view Porto.