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Porto: Delicious Food and Wine Walking Tour

1. Porto: Delicious Food and Wine Walking Tour

Gain insight into the city of Porto and its people by learning about the essential ingredients of its cultural heritage. On this guided tour, be guided through the streets of Porto's Old Town and discover the city’s rich and varied cuisine that's full of history and renowned for its quality. This walking tour features a selection of the wide array of culinary delights to be found in Porto. Discover the history of Porto’s gastronomy, traditional dishes, and enjoy plenty of local tastings. Enjoy the flavors of Portuguese cuisine, like the Bifana (a spicy pork sandwich), Port wine, coffee, Bolinhos de Bacalhau (codfish) and delicious Portuguese pastry. On this journey, absorb the smells and flavors of Porto and discover the city through a culinary perspective.

Porto: Secret Food Tour

2. Porto: Secret Food Tour

Taste the flavors typical to Porto and try local wines on this 3.5-hour culinary tour. First your local guide will take you to a confeitaria for a pão de ló (Portuguese sponge cake) and an espresso. Stop at a market to try sardines served with olives and tomato sauce and a glass of vinho verde, a white wine from northwest Portugal. Then head to the heart of the city for the best bifana (a sandwich filled with thin slices of pork) in town. Next taste a unique dish from Porto called francesinha. This appetizer is made with beef, melted cheese, and a spicy sauce. It is served with a small glass of lambreta (Portuguese draft beer). Explore the narrow medieval streets before stopping to discover the tour's signature secret dish. At the final stop, sample 3 types of Portugal's famous Port wine as you enjoy scenic views of the Douro River. Enjoy an authentic Portuguese food experience as you discover the history and culture of Porto.

Food and Wine Tour: World's Oldest Port Wine Cave

3. Food and Wine Tour: World's Oldest Port Wine Cave

While Porto might come to mind when you think of Portugal’s famous Port wine, it is actually produced in the region across the river in Vila Nova de Gaia. This small coastal city, south of the Douro river, is lined with wine cellars and family-run restaurants serving homemade food. Most Porto visitors only get to explore the wine caves along the riverside, but we will also take you to the untapped food shops off the beaten path. Your day will begin with an espresso and traditional Pastel de Chaves (a pastry from a city northeast of Porto). We will then whisk you off for an exclusive guided tour and wine tasting at the oldest and still-functioning port wine cellar in the world. You’ll see vintage wines dating back to the 18th century and learn about the delicacy of wine tasting as you sample a wide selection of Ports. After a bit of sipping, you’ll be ready for some delicious local food! We will stop at three local neighborhood eateries where you’ll meet the owners and sample classic Portuguese dishes. Enjoy a freshly made Francesinha sandwich, as well as other local favorites paired with wine and beer produced in the region. On your way back, you will stop at Mercado Beira Rio, a local food market where you can eat and enjoy music concerts and art exhibitions. It’s the perfect authentic spot for your last wine tasting of the day.

Porto: Craft Beer, Porto Secrets, and Wine Tour

4. Porto: Craft Beer, Porto Secrets, and Wine Tour

Taste and learn about superb, rare, undiscovered Portuguese wines from small producers. Hear about the craft beer scene accompanied by high quality products in a local Porto neighborhood. This experience is perfect for everyone with a curiosity to discover the roots of Portuguese culture. Taste a full range of various varieties of craft beers, before moving on to delicious wines. The wines you will taste range from white to red and through to green, before ending with a famous port. For experts, lovers, or those simply curious to discover the different varieties of local wines and popular drinks, this experience is accessible to all profiles.

Porto: 3-Hour Food & Tasca Tour

5. Porto: 3-Hour Food & Tasca Tour

Porto’s food scene is a mandatory experience for anyone wanting to understand Portuguese culture and way of living. The Portuguese have a special way of relating to food and the finger food tour is a charismatic way to live the typical tascas of Porto and hang out the way the locals do. You'll be visiting 6 places and tasting a total of 10 different typical finger food delicacies and having 3 drinks. Visit some of Porto’s most typical places, which means running into loud talkers, heavy drinkers and noisy kitchens, things that characterize this city and its people (maybe even some waiting lines). If you really want to understand Porto, then this experience is a unique and authentic way of enjoying Portugal. With a total of 6 stops, 10 finger food delicacies and 3 drinks, this 3-hour tour is bound to be a honest experience, you'll either hate the noisy Portuguese or love the genuine humbleness of the local tasca owners. Your guides will know their way around Porto's food scene so come and learn about it. This tour serves as a full lunch (for the average person).

Porto: World's Oldest Port Wine Cave and Food Tour

6. 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.

Porto: Food and Culture Walking Tour

7. Porto: Food and Culture Walking Tour

Avoid a touristy version of Portuguese food and connect with Oporto on a deeper level on this tour. Become aware of what you are tasting with the help of a professional local guide, and experience the food that most residents eat and are very proud to share. This Oporto food experience is meticulously designed to highlight three things: the delightfulness of the food; the richness of Portuguese food history and gastronomic culture; and the local people who prepare or serve it. During your tour, your guide will provide you with the proper social and cultural context, as well as the history of what you're eating. Savor traditional foods like francesinha (a type of sandwich covered in sauce), pataniscas (codfish balls), and typical pastries while getting to know some Portuguese wines and a delicious craft beer. Bring comfortable shoes and an appetite: You're about to relate to Oporto in an entirely new way. As you go, explore the city center and end the tour in the Ribeira Quarter with a wine tasting. Sit and enjoy the end of the afternoon peacefully watching the sunset over the Douro River.

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What people are saying about Porto

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 127 reviews

A really good experience discovering Porto through its food and drink. Our guide, Teresa, engaged with all the group, was knowledgeable and humorous. We felt she enjoyed her work and was proud of her home city. All the venues we visited and all the food and drink we sampled were very good indeed. Particular thanks to Teresa for her recommendations for the remainder of our Porto trip. Overall, a very enjoyable experience and highly recommended

as the other reviewers already mentioned, it is a very food and drink heavy walking tour. we walked what felt like 50m between the first stops. nevertheless we had a great guide and very good food from local shops. also a very small group (8pax)!

An excellent tour. Marlene our tour guide was excellent and very engaging with the group. Good value and would recommend as a good way to experience the culture of a lovely city

It was very good. Sophia was a great guide and took us to very interesting places. Food and wine were the same old Portuguese stuff but the locations she took us to were unique.

Great value for money and excellent guide Maralene