Visit the historical centre of the Best European city in 2014.A three hour walking tour through the historical centre of one of the most important cities of Portugal. In this walking tour you will be able to see a bit of the daily life of the Porto citizens and their habits as well as visiting:
Torres dos Clérigos – a beautiful baroque church dating from the 18th century.
Livraria Lello e Irmao – one of the most beautiful bookshops in the world. This bookshop is an amazing place for booklovers.
Avenida dos Aliados – the main Avenue of Porto is also an area full of history as well as cafes and monuments.
Estação de São Bento – inaugurated in 1906, it once was a convent. This train station has magnificent tiles to telling you about the history of transport as well as panels of King John I and Queen Phillipa de Lancaster.
Ponte Luis I – a 19th century bridge showing the strength of iron in Douro River.
Catedral da Sé – the oldest cathedral in the city, a Roman Church from 13th century.
Bairro da Sé – the oldest and most colourful area of Porto.
Ribeira – a historical square in the Port of the city, with medieval streets that fascinates everyone.
Meeting Point:10:00am : University of Porto (See voucher with a map)
Torre dos Clérigos, Livraria Lello e Irmao, Avenida dos Aliados, Estaçao de S. Bento, Ponte Luís I, Sé Catedral, Bairro da Sé, Ribeira
Every day : 10:00am
Duration: 2 hours
Minimum of 2 people
Guide during all tour
Technical proof of three Portuguese olive oils
Brief presentation of the olive oil sector in Portugal