Our time spent with Nuno and his partner Joana was phenomenal! Not only did we love the dishes we cooked (meat, cheese, roasted peppers for appetizers, seafood entree, dairy-based dessert) and wine we drank, but we loved learning about Portuguese history and culture. Nuno and...More
Tours and Tickets by Be My Guest in Porto
Stuff yourself with delicious Portuguese cooking while learning the tricks of the trade on this guided gastronomy workshop in Porto. After deciding on what to cook with help from your friendly local guide, you’ll visit a supermarket and small garden to pick up everything you need to get started. Then your guide will take you to their own house to do the cooking. Enjoy fantastic Portuguese wine while you cook and snack on appetizers such as ham, cheese, olives and salad. After finishing your meal with your newfound friend you’ll be served dessert and traditional Port wine.
Immerse yourself in Porto’s history and learn how the city developed over the centuries on a three-hour walking tour with a small group. Your guide, an expert in history and architecture, provides insights about the buildings, ruins, battles, and occupations that formed modern day Porto. Visit the São Bento Railway station considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful, see Roman pottery and mosaics and a model of the city in the 15th century. This tour is ideal for visitors wanting to get to know Porto and its history.
Explore the beautiful and colorful streets of Porto on a 3-hour street art tour. See works from a number of notable street artists including Costa, Hazul, Lara, Mesk, Mr. Dheo, Selor, and Frederico Draw. Learn about the different types of street art like graffiti, stenciled work, and paintings and get insider tips from your guide on other activities to do in Porto.
Designed for those with an eye for artistic detail, this 3-hour walking tour of Porto enhances the elaborate craftsmanship of its architecture. As you explore Porto’s UNESCO-listed historic center, visit buildings adorned with the colorful tiles that have become the city’s trademark. Learn about the city’s industrial history and see highlights such as the Sao Bento Train Station and Carmo Church. Small-group tour limited to 10 people.
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