5. Porto: World's Oldest Port Wine Cave and Food Tour
Find out why Porto is Portugal’s culinary capital on this guided tour. Enjoy vip access to many of the city’s best foodie spots, including a trip to the oldest wine cave in the city, and off-the-beaten-path restaurants and cafes. Taste some local food and port wine and see the spots locals love
Start the day with an espresso and a traditional Pastel de Chaves, a famous local pastry served with the city's best coffee, before an exclusive guided tour and wine tasting at the oldest still-functioning port wine cellar in the world. You’ll taste some of the country's best, oldest Port wines.
After the incredible wine experience, it’s time for food at cafes, food shops, and a stop at the famous Mercado Beira Rio, a new-age food market where the locals come to buy and sell goods, eat, and enjoy music concerts and art exhibitions.
Enjoy this local spot and top off your day with more wine, food, and a cool ambiance, along with the locals, for a perfect end to your foodie experience.