Littered with medieval towns and villages and perhaps most famous for the production of port, Porto sits hugging the Portuguese coast on the banks of the Douro river. Diverse in architecture, embark upon a guided tour of the cities contrasting designs, from the colourful and rustic cobblestoned streets of the old city to the modern structures and contemporary art collections of the most recent buildings.
For lunch, explore Porto with your tastebuds, alongside a local guide you will wander the hidden backstreets on a culinary journey that will take you to six unique tasting locations where you will try a range of authentic dishes and world-class wines. As you sample local flavours, your guide will share with you the history behind each dish, café, restaurant, and owner.
Set out on a thrilling journey, travelling by sidecar motorbike to delve deeper into the wonderful city, travelling through the historic centre where you will have intimate encounters with local people, learn about the vast history of the city and take in striking views. Continuing your journey to Gaia, you will find the local fishermen coming in from sea with their fresh catch, making this the best place to sit back and relax in the sun as various plates of fresh seafood are prepared for you. Your journey ends at one of Porto’s oldest wine cellars where you will discover the drink for which the city is famous. Learn about the history and production as you sample the rich and fruitful flavours of several ports.