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- Taste of Porto Food Tour
- Legends, secrets and myths
- Authentic walking tour
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Please note that this tour is available again in 2021.
Are you visiting this amazing city in Portugal? Do our Taste of Porto Food Tour and combine culinary delights with some sightseeing by foot. A guided tour is the best way to get to know a city in a fun way. Our experienced guides are real locals and will share their love for the city and its fascinating gastronomic culture with you in just four hours, telling you the ins and outs of Portuguese cuisine while leading you to some traditional food hotspots.
Get to know Portuguese cuisine on a food tour
Highlights of the Taste of Porto Food Tour
- Walk through picturesque streets
- Progresso café
- Bolhão Market
- Majestic Café
- Regaleira Restaurant
- S.Bento Train Station
- Flores Street
- Ribeira neighborhood
- Coffee + Pastel de Nata
- Tasting of 4 types of cheese
- Salt Cod Croquettes
- Eduardinho liquor
- Tasting of 3 types of Port
- Various Tapas
During our Taste of Porto Food Tour you will walk through the picturesque streets and the best places in the city. You will discover the history of the Portuguese cuisine and dive into the food culture. While visiting the typical Portuguese taverns you will hear some stories firsthand from the owners. They will tell you about the history of the Portuguese cuisine, the story behind the “Francesinha”, a Portuguese sandwich, the tasty port wine and the famous salted cod. After trying some Pasteis de Nata, port wine, Chouriço, the liqueur Eduardinho, cod and many other treats during the tour, you will feel like a local yourself!
Portuguese gastronomy has many influences from various countries and these impacts have made the Portuguese cuisine simply delicious. It has many Mediterranean influences with an Atlantic flair, and is especially famous for seafood and in particular, salted cod. It is said that when the Portuguese traders went up to Iceland they regularly came back with tons of cod. In order to preserve it they would salt it in caves, like the ones used to age port wine. Another notable influence of local cuisine reminds of the country’s colonial past, and that is reflected in the wide variety of spices used. These spices include piri piri (small, fiery chili peppers) and black pepper, as well as cinnamon, vanilla and saffron. At the base of Portuguese cuisine is olive oil, used both for cooking and flavoring meals, along with garlic and herbs such as bay leaf and parsley. During this culinary tour you will get to know everything about the rich gastronomic culture, and try some traditional dishes and drinks.
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Our advice: Do one of our guided tours on your first days in the city, so you can get an overview of the most important spots at the beginning of your trip already.
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