Duration: 3.5 hours
Location: Tour starts near Aliados Metro Station (exact location provided with tickets)
All sales are final & non-refundable. Tours occur rain or shine.
Learn how to take mouth-watering food photos on this delicious and interactive food tour.
Smartphone photography highly encouraged
Tours take place rain or shine. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking
Tours are for all age groups and all fitness levels. 8 people maximum
The distance walked is 1.6 km / 1 mile
This tour can accommodate vegetarians and lactose intolerances.
Tickets must be purchased by 8:00pm the night before and are non-refundable
The tour starting point is located a short 2 min walk from Aliados metro station
Tours start at 9:45
This tour starts in the heart of Porto’s food scene and takes you on a journey from the past to the present of Porto’s gastronomy. So grab your smart phone and get ready to start shooting from the very beginning.
This 3.5 hour walking food photograph tour marries the very best of Porto’s love of food and the cuisine’s photogenic nature. Guided by a Porto native and photographer, you will experience the city through your stomach and your camera lens. The tour visits 4 tasting locations, where you will receive a behind-the-scenes look at what makes these locations special, their passion for food.
On this tour you will also learn foodie photo tips and tricks on food styling and composition. Gain confidence in your food photography no matter your level of experience and be ready to have your Instagram and Facebook be the envy of all your friends.
Taste Porto is a socially responsible business and a percentage of each ticket sold is donated to a local charity that helps feed the poor.
Start the morning with delicious pastries that have a secret past, before stepping behind the scenes into the middle of the baking action.
O Pretinho do Japão
Experience a local "mercearia", a classic Portuguese corner shop where you will find everything you need from fresh ground coffee to canned fish to a secret garden.
Comer e chorar por mais
"Eat and cry for more" is the name of this hidden gem chocked-full of the very best Portuguese wines, cured meats, and cheeses.
Visit Ana's gelato shop to understand how this Porto native fell in love with gelato and decided to put a Porto twist on it.
Beginners are our favorite kind of photographers! Though the tour caters to all levels, it is especially helpful to those who are just starting out on their food photography life. We will gives you loads of tips and tricks for shooting great food shots and by the end we promise your social media feed will be fully of beautiful photos.
Yes, you will need your own camera, we do NOT provide cameras for guests. But don’t worry, any camera will do from your Android to your iPhone, as our tour is targeted at smartphone photography. Thinking of bringing your SLR? No to worry, you will also learn lots on our tour!
Tickets must be purchased in advance of the tour. Our tours tend to sell out and we do not take walk-ups nor do we accept cash. This is because of the agreement we have with our partners and insurance company. Please click on ‘Book Now’ on the right-hand sidebar of this webpage to purchase your tickets.
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction or allergy when you purchase your tickets.
On the Downtown Food Tour we can accommodate vegetarians, gluten or dairy intolerances, but not vegans.
On the Downtown Vintage Food Tour we are unable to accommodate vegetarians, vegans, gluten or dairy intolerances.
In total, the tour covers 3 kilometers/1.9 miles. However, this is walked at a leisurely pace over the course of 3.5 hours. During the tour we have 6 stops and at least 3 of them will have opportunities for everyone to sit down and rest a bit while eating. By far the longest distance from one sitting point to the next is during the second half of the tour and it is a stretch of 1.2 kilometers that we walk in about 40 to 45 minutes. This is not a straight walk, as we do have one tasting stop, which is standing, and three points were we pause for some historical explanation and picture taking. That said, please allow us to offer an overall warning for the city. Porto is a medieval city with cobblestone streets and can be hilly in places. At Taste Porto Food Tours we do our best to accommodate all of our guests and have designed our tour to be accessible to people of all ages and mobility levels.
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