- 1,480 Ratings
Guided Morning Walking Tour of Porto
Experience Portugal like a local with a guided walking tour of one its oldest cities, Porto. Enjoy the sights early in the morning when sunlight covers this historic city in a charming glow.
What You Will Do
- Spend the morning exploring local landmarks on a three-hour walking tour of Porto, a famous seaside town
- Learn about the city, from its roots as one of the oldest cities in Portugal to modern destinations most tourists don't know about
- Listen to fascinating tales about the historic São Bento railway station and it's apparently haunted past
- See iconic stops, including the Lions’ fountain, Miragaia, Lello bookshop and Cadeia da Relação
- Guided three-hour walking tour
- 1,480 Ratings
Cool Pedro made whole story about city, culture, people in realy nice way I dont know when this 3 hours went!
Daniel was an informative historian combined with captivating story telling! He also was concerned with the needs of the group at any given moment. The 3 hours plus flew by and were completed with lunch recommendations. I would recommend this free walking tour to anyone looking for a way to spend an enjoyable 3 hours in Porto!
Too fast spoken
very good and knowledgeable guide who was happy to answer any questions and expand on any of the sites hw was showing us will be going on the pm tour tomorrow
Daniel was an outstanding guide - a great story teller; very entertaining with lots of laughs along the way. A very informative tour which covered lots of ground around Porto. Strongly recommend this tour to all, you can’t go wrong!
Very interesting tour!!
Nuno was extremely nice and took time to answer everyone's questions and make recommendations. We were a large group and he even showed us some extra restaurants and stuff after the tour was over. Thank you for a great morning!
Nuno was the best guide I've had in Europe. Very funny and knowledgeable
The tour was fun, our guide Nano was personable and very educational. Despite the rain, we had a great experience in Porto.
David was a wonderful guide explaining in a very deep and knowledgable way about Porto and Portuguese history with a humorous twist. He was willing to answer any and all questions. He was very supportive of local Porto businesses, which we greatly appreciated. Highly recommend the tour and David as a guide
Very informative guide Richard. Nice balance of information and a good length of tour. The chocolate cake at the end was a real bonus
- Suat Chiu
The pace was just nice and the tour gives a good brief on the history of Portugal & Porto. Guide was very knowledgeable & humorous.
Daniel gave us an amazing experience during the walking tour throught the streets of Porto. Funny, educative, interesting! Highly recommend!
We took classical free walking tour and a wine tour.Both of the guides were extremly helpful,friendly and well informed.Our warm recommedation to all people who are coming to Porto. Thank you Pedro and Nuno :)
Pedro was an excellent guide - informative, entertaining, approachable, and intelligent. His love of life and Porto shines through clearly. He has an amazing memory for people’s names and where we were from, and seems to be able to fluently speak at least half a dozen languages. I loved the chocolate cake at the end.
- Sonia joanals ametller
We did two different tours last saturday and we really enjoyed them. Our guide Daniel was absolutely great! he really made us love Porto... a Great city!
- Min Yunn
Amazing guide nou nou! Could really feel the amount of energy and passion; and appreciates the sarcastic jokes (as he put it). A bit lengthy on the history, but perhaps necessary for a tour in the historic town. Also like the part supporting local homemade cakes. Overall really enjoyable!
I love to hear every story behind Porto besides sightseeing. And David was very nice and funny at the same time.
Nice guide, nice tour. Loved it.
Awesome. David was great - " very dramatic " - his words . Highly recommend the tour .
Absolutely brilliant walking tour. So pleased we did it. We are now much better informed about not only Porto but Portugal generally and its history and culture. Really good guide...couldn't have been better.
Sergio has been a good, friendly guide who was able to answer all sorts of questions.
Our guide, Ciril, was very knowledgeable and kind. He walked us through all the nicest and most typical spots of the city and gave us an overview of the main attractions (some of which I then visited on my on the day after). Being a local, he also told us some interesting stories.
Everythink was fantastic.
Very good Guide and interessting tour incl. facts about the City.
Fun and informative as the same time!
Very interesting, it's a great way to discover the city and learn a little more about its history
I was a little scriptural when I saw such a huge crowd around the statue that morning, but was impressed at how quickly Alex and the headers got it all sorted out and managed to get the groups assigned as organized. Even though our group was over 30 people (which originally made me wonder, the minute Anna stated speaking, I knew it was going to be great hercexolabation onfvthe tour and Mission for the walk was super. She put everyone at ease and best of all we could hear her!! Her wonderful projection and strong voice carried perfectly sobtgatcefery single person in that group could hear and understand. Her English was excellent. She was funny, appropriately dramatic when story telling and had such a perfectly relatable way of imparting historical knowledge. In short, she was perfect. I truly hope she is leading the Port tour today!! We travel a lot and go on lots of walking tours. I do believe that Anna has a crazy good gift with her public speaking . I thank her for sharing it with us. Sarah Thomas
David's was a fantastic guide. A lovely mix of history and understanding the way of life too.