Walking around Porto’s twisting streets that rise above the Douro river, you can’t help but feel you’ve stumbled on a rather special city. A tiled church here, a beautifully crumbly set of old houses there, your local guide will teach you about Porto’s character with every step you take on this leisurely, fully customisable experience.
There is something almost exciting about walking across the dramatic Pont Luis I bridge that connects Porto with Vila Nova de Gaia because you know that this is the home of the famed Port cellars. Which is exactly where you’re heading - to two of them in fact. Come for the Port, stay for the lunch which includes a very unique Port tasting. Because what is life without a little bit of shaking things up.