Free Tour Porto

  • Every day
  • 2 hours
  • Tip Based

Porto free tour is the best way to discover the history of the city, to visit the magnificent monuments and the best places of the second most important city in the country.

  • Clerc Church in Porto
    Clerc Church in Porto
  • Discover the colorful tiles that decorate the city of Porto
    Discover the colorful tiles that decorate the city of Porto
  • One of the walls of the Sao Bento Station
    One of the walls of the Sao Bento Station
  • One of the walls of the Sao Bento Station
    One of the walls of the Sao Bento Station
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If you are planning to visit Porto and you love free tours, Buendia Tours gives you the opportunity to discover our walking tours with an English speaking guide and why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, not depending from the public transport issues and extra charges.

Itinerary of the Free Tour Porto

Porto Free Tour Historial City centre will be a journey around the most emblematic places of Porto full of history, gastronomy and amazing legends. Do not forget that Porto is one the most traditional wine city, where many famous mariners have created one of the most important maritime and wine routes throughout the centuries.

Departure at 10:30 am and 15:30 from Avenida dos Aliados. Enjoy one of the most fascinating cities in Europe with an English-speaking guide, and discover why Porto is related with the name of Portugal.

Taste some of the exclusive porto wine bottles at the local restaurants, where you will also find the bifanas, francesinhas and pop into some of the legendary cork and azulejos shops.

 

What are we going to visit in Porto?

During the visit, our guides will tell you exciting legends related to Porto and the most significant stories related to the city where Douro river meets the Atlantic ocean.

  • Praça da Liberdade

Many names have been given to this square where many historical events happened in the past centuries. Ask our guides more information and listen to them!

The Origin of the name of Portugal: where does the name “Portugal” come from?

  • Lello Bookstore

Due to its historical and artistic value, the bookstore has been recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world by various personalities and entities.

  •  Porto's University

  • Carmo and Carmelitas Churches

it is actually composed by two separate buildings. A hidden three-foot-wide house separates the two structures. The house is so thin that it’s easy to mistake it for a wall.

  • Torre dos Clérigos

This tower is 75 meters high and it can be climbed thanks to the internal staircase with more than 240 steps. Wanna try it?

  • The World's Oldest Alliance

  • Misericórdia Church

You will enjoy exploring the museum inside the building which exhibits many artworks and artifacts of the 15th century.

  • Narrow streets of Barredo

After the development of the area around Sé Cathedral, where Porto first developed, the city started to expand towards the river. Barredo was the way to connect these two areas!  

  • Ribeira

The narrow cobblestone streets of Ribeira are dotted with small bars and restaurants serving classic Portuguese dishes, such as grilled sardines. Next to the Douro River, Praça da Ribeira is surrounded by colorful houses from the 18th century.

Meeting point

At Avenida dos Aliados. Next to Monument to Garrett right in front of city hall

Address: Av. dos Aliados 291, 4000-407 Porto, Portugal

 

  • Availability

    • 10:00/11:00/14:00  - Every day
  • Duration

    • 2 h approx
  • Included

    • English guide
  • Language

    • English
  • Price

    • Tip Based
  • Cancellation Policy

    • Cancellation is free of charge but in case you are not able to attend or you changed your mind  please cancel your booking otherwise the guide will be waiting for you