Food is a cultural expression

Downtown Porto food tour

  • Enjoy sweet and savory tastings

  • Visit the bustling Bolhão food market

  • Listen to stories about the city's history

  • Discover Porto with your local guide

  • Taste wine from Portugal's many regions

  • Feel good with a 5% donation to a charity

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Tour Information

Morning tour 10:30am (Tue to Sat)

Afternoon tour 4:00pm (Tue to Fri)

Language English (Portuguese by request)

Where Start near Bolhão market

Duration 3.5 hours

Cost Adults: €55 | Children: €40

Included All food and drinks

Distance 3 km / 1.9 miles

Weather Rain or shine

Capacity 10 people

What to Expect?

Our 3.5 hour Downtown Porto Food Tour visits seven tasting locations from Bolhão to Vitória allowing you the opportunity to experience downtown Porto with all of your senses. Your local guide will introduce you to cuisine of Porto and allow you to enjoy the city like locals do through small artisan shops, family-owned restaurants, and locally renowned cafes. In between tastings you will hear about Porto's storied past, medieval architecture, and dynamic culture.

Who are You?

Whether you are a self-described foodie or just know you like to eat, our tour is appropriate for all types of visitors to Porto. Our tour is for young and old, with the tour progressing at a leisurely pace and including opportunities to sit at most of the tasting locations. A perfect balance between sweet and savory tastings that will leave you pleasantly full and satisfied. We also do our best to adapt our food offerings to accommodate food allergies and vegetarians. Would you like a private tour?

Loja dos Pastéis de Chaves
The day begins near Bolhão market with the warm flaky pastry of Chaves, a small city in northern Portugal. A savory and sweet tasting that will provide you with the energy and curiosity to start your exploration of Porto.
Bolhão Wine House
Bolhão Market is a truly unique and magical place for tripeiros. Come and get to know why we got this nickname while enjoying a 'moscatel galego' along with some traditional sardines and a homemade pastry
Café Christina
Since 1804 Café Christina has provided Porto with the caffeine needed to start its day. Enjoy the subtle hints of the in-house blend, find out the coffee order to place to make you sound like a local, and take a sneak peek behind the curtain.
Flor dos Congregados
Upon entering this third generation, family-run restaurant, the smells of a home-cooked meal fill the air. Enjoy this one-of-a-kind sandwich that brings together freshly baked bread, juicy pork loin roasted in spices, with the sweetness of cured ham.
Leitaria da Quinta do Paço
In life, as on the tour, we can't enjoy the savory without the sweet. And so Leitaria provides us with a sweet counter point on our tour through its famous eclairs. Enjoy the light, fluffiness of the cream and sweetness of the chocolate.
Taberna do Largo
Portugal has far more to offer than just Port wine which is why we end our tour with a final taste of the various wine regions of the country. Explore from north to south the little known beauty of Portuguese wines, cheese, sausages and 'petiscos' with products from small local producers.