CITY INTRODUCTION TOUR | 47€
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
This trip will introduce you to Porto, the culture, the people, the city and the surroundings. More than show you the city, we want you to experience it.
Let's meet in São Bento station and there we'll begin what will be an unforgettable ride.
This tour is designed to take you and other travelers on a journey in and around the city, learning all the historical background of Porto, while at the same time falling in love with it, trying some of the best food that you have to taste in the city.
While it may be fun to be in the city center for a while, it’s much more fun to be able to get out of the over-crowded areas and dive in in the real Porto.
In this tour we give you an in-depth view of this rapid changing city while seeing the best views around and exploring the most exciting areas.
Not only we will make you fall in love in the city - in the end you will never want to leave again, especially because of the wine :D
Book Now or Cry Later.
THIS TRIP INCLUDES
Bifana (google it or ask Anthony Bourdain), one drink (wine, beer or juice), one local savoury pastry and a local treat.
Porto streets, D.Luiz Bridge, Sé, Casa da Música, Palácio Cristal, Serralves, historical center, viewpoints and the best places that only locals know.
THIS TOUR STARTS AT
47 Euros per person
This tour is made in one of our beloved vans with capacity for 8 travelers.
MEETING POINT (CHECK MAP HERE)
Entrance of the São Bento train station.
WHAT ARE YOU PAYING WHEN YOU BOOK
We are portuguese and we always like to know what are we paying and because we believe in sustentability and fair trade, here is an idea of what and where the money goes, per booking, when you make a tour with us:
23% to the portuguese Government in taxes, for them to continue to spend money in the wrong way
25% for the tipical local portuguese food, wine and pasteries
27% for the all the insurances, maintenance of our vans and gas (diesel-1,40€ per litre)
10% to the friendly driver that has a degree, and more than 900 years of portuguese cultural knowledge, but probably would be unemployed if it wasn't for you
13% to the company to continue paying taxes to exist, social security of workers and once in a while a dinner to the team
2% for our Lisbon Sustainable Tourism Project to print t-shirts and bags that you can find in our office/ kinda of store