Aveiro: Traditional Moliceiro Boat Tour
- Private group
- Duration: 45 minutes
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Shortly after, we were picked up from Porto and taken to a special shortcut to reach the Arouca Bridge entrance. When we got to the bridge, we were not so exhausted as the others coming from the car park. Crossing the bridge was an excellent experience. It is really worth walking. Then we went down the Paiva Walkways, which was about 5 km. It was quite hard because of the heat, but we survived. The views were incredible. After that, we were driven to a village for a local lunch. Delicious food, nice chats over the table. Then we went to Aveiro, a stunning town over the ocean called a Portuguese Venice. Our guide, Norberto, was really so friendly, informative,very well organised and tried to do his best to make our trip outstanding. And in fact, he did. I truly recommend this trip as we enjoyed it very much.
Not sure why it does not have more good reviews, because we had a wonderful experience. Because of covid the excursion was jus for us and it was full of positive experiences. The driver was knowledgeable in Porto history. We had a wonderful canal tour, very picturesque whole trip. Perfect trip for a half day. No delays in pick up. 5 ⭐ for whole experience. Again, don't get fooled by very few reviews, they are worthy.
We met with a wonderful guide; Patricia. The tour was very nice with the boat ride. We walked around and tasted one of the favored treats. We then explored the beachfront of Costa Nova and then Barra. Patricia was very knowledgeable with the area and its history of Aveiro.
Amazing tour with Hugo! He is so passionate about history and shared so many insights about Aveiro and the coast. The boat ride was in a unique fishing vessel that travels the canals. Very beautiful area and worth the trip!
Paulo was an excellent and knowledgeable guide. We had a fantastic time with him and it gave us a whole other perspective of Portugal. We enjoyed the information he shared with us and the historical background of Aviero.