Porto District
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Porto: Magic Train Tour and Port Wine Tastings

1. Porto: Magic Train Tour and Port Wine Tastings

Explore the picturesque city of Porto on board a beautiful tourist train, departing every 30 minutes from Sé Catedral (Porto Cathedral), a glorious Romanesque monument in the old city center. The train circumnavigates the city center, with onboard audio guides in Portuguese, Spanish, French, English, and Italian for your convenience. Travel directly to the oldest Portuguese wine cellar of Real Companhia Velha, founded in 1756 by King José I. Climb off the train for an unforgettable tour inside the cellar, and learn the history of Port wine and its famous wineries during a 15-minute documentary. Next, explore the old part of the cellar, before a tasting of 2 high-quality Port wines. Re-board the train and continue your journey around the city center. Pass some of the most important monuments of Porto, such as the São João National Theatre on historic Praça da Batalha (Batalha Square). Continue down Avenida dos Aliados, site of the beautifully tiled São Bento Train Station. Pass the baroque Bell Tower of Clerigos Church, and the twin churches of the Convent and Church of Carmelitas, close to the famous Leilo Bookshop and enchanting cafés. Upgrade your tour to include lunch in Ruela da Villa, the restaurant of a 4-star hotel. Savor an all you can eat buffet, with a variety of dishes and desserts which are typical of Portuguese cuisine. Hop-off and on the train in front of the restaurant.

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Porto: Douro Valley Private Boat & Train Tour with Lunch

2. Porto: Douro Valley Private Boat & Train Tour with Lunch

After being picked up from your accommodation in Porto or the Douro Valley region, embark on a full-day private guided tour. Begin the tour with a 1.5-hour cruise on a rabelo boat, a traditional Portuguese wooden cargo boat that was used for centuries to transport people and goods along the Douro River. Relive Douro's history as you learn about how wine was transported in wooden barrels, by boat or train, to the cellars of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia.  After the boat tour, stop for a lunch at a panoramic restaurant with incredible views over the river. Savor regional dishes from one of the most privileged balconies in the area. When you've finished eating and soaking up the views, embark on a scenic train ride through the valley towards Tua. Arrive at a local vineyard where you will have the opportunity to sample honey, wine, and olive oil. At the end of the tour, you will be filled with inspiring tales of the Douro Valley and unforgettable memories. 

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Porto: City Tour with 24-Hour Porto Card

3. Porto: City Tour with 24-Hour Porto Card

Take the day exploring Porto with a guide and a Porto Card valid for 24 hours. See the city's main attractions and stumble across charming corners. Enjoy experiencing Porto with a local's perspective. On this guided tour wander through Porto's historic downtown and go through locations like Vitória, Clérigos, Aliados, and Sé, the cathedral. Also, visit the beach of Matosinhos for stunning views and have the opportunity to try some fish. You can also visit a port wine cellar.

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What people are saying about Porto District

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 62 reviews

THE tour is very good for the price you pay. A tour is made on the bus / train where a recording tells historical data in different languages. In addition there is a tour with the cellar and a wine sample.

It was very good tour. Only thing is the bus (train) shakes too much on the stone roads that makes you feel like your organs relocate in your body.

A lovely tour with some of the most amazing views in Porto and of course, the best part - wine tasting ;)

excellent way to sample a little of what Porto has to offer

Bring the little chocolates for the Porto tasting :-)