Port Wine Tour


 (tax included 23%)

15:00 until 19:00 EVERYDAY (English).

  reservation required, online booking or via email

Meeting Point: Entrance of Luis I Bridge (Porto-side, lower level) of the bridge. By the two big pillars (Pilares da Antiga Ponte Pênsil - “pillars of the old suspension bridge”)

 Look for the red t-shirt or jacket saying Porto Walkers.

Duration: 4h

Tour Distance: 1,5km total walking (the tour happens in Gaia)

The tour takes up 22 people



We'll visit 3 port wine houses in Gaia and try 7 different Port Wines - including:

- A visit to an operating historical wine cellar (2 tastings)

- A visit to a small producer (1 tasting)

- A wine tasting workshop at a professional tasting room of a modern building (4 tastings)

The route is different frequently, changing according to availability of the venues, we cannot guarantee a certain port house

Port or Porto wine is what the city is famous for!

Enjoy port wine-tasting with a knowledgeable guide talking you through each tasting, including a visit to a museum and a professional tasting room + workshop learning how to taste wine.


By the end of the tour you will be able to choose the right present to take home and which is your favourite port wine type.

Any trouble booking? send us an email below

For group reservations please use the contact form below. Please refer group size, date and desired itinerary.

We can organize this activity in a private format for your group - 45€ per person with a minimum of 8 people.




Meeting Point

Next to the Luis I Bridge
Lower level, Porto side 

(look for the red t-shirt/jacket)



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Terms & Conditions:
For bookings of 10 or more people please contact us using the form below.
In case of non compliance with rules and schedules Porto Walkers may be unable to accommodate your reservation.
Porto Walkers reserves the right of admission and exclusion in case of non compliance with regulation. In case a customer engages in unappropriate behaviour he/she might be excluded from the activities.