Hop aboard our panoramic bus and discover the city of Porto with a 24h or 48h ticket. Discover Porto your own way with only one ticket.
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Experience the best of Porto and the Douro River with a 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour and a 60-minute boat ride.
Join us on this delightful tour to visit Costa Nova & Aveiro – known as the “Venice of Portugal” for its river, the sea, its youth, tradition, its colours, knowledge and innovation.
Discover the cities of Braga and Guimarães on a tour from Porto. The green of the land and the blue of the sea mark Minho! Lunch Included.
Visit Fátima, Portugal’s religious centre, and Coimbra, where academic tradition takes centre stage at the oldest university in Portugal in this city day tour. Lunch included.
During this tour you will have the opportunity to experience the wine culture of the Douro Valley, enjoy lunch, a fantastic panoramic cruise and taste wine of the region while visiting two wine estates.
Discover one of the largest pilgrimage sites in the world and the flagship city of a unique work of art: The Heart of Viana, in Portuguese filigree.
Discover the city and the Port Wine tradition. Get to know Porto in a hop-on hop-off bus for 48 hours and visit a wine cellar.
The best of Porto in a single ticket: hop-on hop-off, cruise on the Douro River and visit to the wine cellar. Use the ticket for 48 hours and enjoy the fantastic landscapes of Porto.
Visit the north of Portugal
One of the oldest cities in Europe and the capital of northern Portugal, Porto is without a doubt a city of many names. Starting with “Invicta” [undefeated], which is said of a person or thing which has never been defeated. Porto is, therefore, the epitome of courage having, throughout history, withstood many military sieges. Its strength and invincibility is veiled by the nostalgic fog. It’s the fog that gives it its mysterious allure, but when it lifts, the mystery is solved: we are presented with a city with an imposing beauty. Porto is beauty, history, tradition, modernity, the river and the sea. It is a very generous city, starting with the architecture of its buildings: every corner offers us architectural works of art from different eras. And it’s also a city where you just have to do certain things. For example: eat a francesinha [traditional meat sandwich covered in melted cheese and sauce]; visit the Cleric’s Bell Tower; visit the Lello Bookshop; stroll along Rua Miguel Bombarda, one of the city’s main streets of modern cultural, and pop into the different art galleries; be enchanted by the view from the Crystal Palace’s gardens; drink tea at Serralves Manor and visit the latest exhibit at the Serralves Museum of Modern Art; take in a concert at the Music Hall and go for a boat ride along the Douro River. Amongst many other delights that Porto has to offer its visitors.