Classical Free Walking Tour (10:45am)
CLASSICAL FREE WALKING TOUR
(more FREE TOURS below)
(eastern side of the city center, more historical content)
sábado y domingo en castellano con reservacion
10:45 until 13:45 every day (English EVERY DAY) - 3h duration
Meeting Point: Praça da Liberdade in front of the statue of Pedro IV (Man on a horse) at 10h40. Look for the RED jacket and RED umbrella saying Porto Walkers
The tour is outdoors
Walking distance around 3km, several downhill steps
Wander through the cobbled streets, breath-taking viewpoints & charming squares of downtown Porto with experienced local guides
Discover our locals' favourite places, best Porto's food & learn about its rich history: a bit of history of Portugal in São Bento railway station and why are there so many churches in Porto?
We visit São Bento railway station, Santa Catarina, Batalha square, top of the Bridge Luis I, Cathedral (Sé), Barredo neighborhood, Ribeira quarter.
For group reservations please use the contact form below. (see T&C's below)*
Please refer group size, date and desired itinerary.
we do not take groups bigger than 6 people on the free tour.
Reservations until 6 people per booking. For groups of 7 or more people, book a private tour with us! Please use the contact form below for a private tour.
we limit the tours to 30 people per guide
Terms & Conditions: For bookings of 7 or more people please contact us for private tours using the form below. We cannot accomodate groups of 7 or more in these concept of walking tours. We will create a private tour adapted to your preferences and group. Write us an email for the price of the private activity. 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. To keep the quality of the tour we have a maximum of 30 people per guide The guides are free lance and self-employed, who employ us to market their tours.