The picturesque narrow cobbled streets of Downtown Porto are part of the city's charm. They are, however, quite steep in places and tiring on feet, both old and young. Luckily there are many fun ways to get around. Porto's historic trams still run three different lines throughout the city, including the Tram #1 which follows the riverfront between the historic centre and the garden of Passeio Alegre. Passing the Tram Museum [ ► ] along the way. Another amusing way to see the city is to take a Tuk Tuk guided tour that passes the main attractions of Porto.
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Road trains are a common sight in most touristy cities around the world. Porto's road train chugs its way past most of the emblematic landmarks and stops at Real Companhia Velha port lodge with admission included. The whole tour takes about 100 – 120 minutes. More About [ ► ]
Yellow Bus is a Portuguese tour company owned by Carris and operates Portugal's top cities. They provide a broad range of tours in Porto and Nothern Portugal. More About [ ► ]
If you really want to be a savvy traveller, you can buy a combination ticket. It comprises a Hop-On Hop-Off option on the old trams, a tour bus, wine tasting and a river cruise. More About [ ► ]
The hilly, narrow cobbled lanes of old town Porto may seem at first unsuitable for cycling, however, cyclists seem to be everywhere in Porto. Drivers are well used to people riding bikes on the road and occasionally will give you a polite beep on the horn to let you know they acknowledge you. There are also great dedicated traffic-free cycle routes following flatter terrains on either side of the river extending well out of the centre of the city. Cycling in Porto is actually one of the most enjoyable ways to explore this scenic part of Portugal.
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With this entrance ticket, you can gain entry to the aquarium and explore its exhibits at your leisure. Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of an e-ticket on your phone. Kids under three get in free and don't need a ticket. Book with confidence with the FREE CANCELLATION option. Save extra money and make more memories by booking with the Sea Life Porto & Hop On, Hop Off bus, with river-cruise combo Ticket SAVE 10%..
Weekdays: 10h00 – 18h00, Weekends: 10h00 – 19h00
Adult: €16.50, Child: €11.50, Concessionary: €11
Trips on the river are a great way to see Porto from a unique perspective and to cool down during the hottest hours of the day. There is no shortage of companies offering river trips and tours of various duration, from a basic fifty-minute "bridge Tour" to longer full-day tours and multi-day cruises up the Douro Valley to Régua and beyond. The main touring season is between March and October, most frequently in the summer months. Short duration trips depart from both banks of the river; the Ribeira in Porto and the quayside in Vila Nova de Gaia.
The 400hp jet-boat experience speeds its passengers upstream on the Douro River. It is modelled on speed boat adventures found in New Zealand. The thrill starts at the Cais da Ribeira and takes you on a range of adrenaline-filled adventures up or downstream of various lengths and prices. The tours are operated by Tomaz do Douro and offer a 15% discount for holders of the Porto Card. Children between the ages of four and ten can join in with the fun but must be accompanied by an adult. | Daily: 10h00 - 18h00
Porto Card: -15%
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With this entrance ticket you can gain entry to the World of Discoveries is an Interactive Museum and Theme Park at your leisure. Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of the e-ticket on your phone. Children under three get in for free. Book with confidence with FREE CANCELLATION.
The World of Discoveries is an Interactive Museum and Theme Park which re-enacts the amazing adventures of the Portuguese navigators, crossing oceans to discover previously unknown worlds. World of Discoveries is a much-needed addition to Porto's long list of attractions. It aims is to create a family-friendly experience which both educational and fun.
Walk in the footsteps of Portugal's famous and charismatic characters in Portugal's age of discovery such as Infante Dom Henrique of Portugal, Ferdinand Magellan, Vasco da Gama, Pedro Alvares Cabral and Bartolomeu Dias. Hop on-board a galleon and re-live their adventures through interactive multi-sensory exhibits, including a nine metre long tunnel which replicates the Cape of the Good Hope. Live theatre performances from park staff dressed in 15th-century costume is a fun way to bring history to life. Experience how it felt to see un-known lands for the first time such as Ceuta, the Cape of Storms, Black Africa, tropical forests, India, Timor, China and Macau, Japan and Brazil.
Sunday - Tuesday: 10h00 - 18h30, Friday - Saturday: 11h00 - 23h00, Monday: CLOSED
Adult: €13.00, Concessionary: €10.00, Child 4-12: €7.00, Infant 0-3: FREE
With this entrance ticket you can gain entry to the Porto Legends: The Underground Experience at your leisure. Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of the e-ticket on your phone. Children under three get in for free. Book with confidence with FREE CANCELLATION.
Porto Legends is an immersive audiovisual attraction that takes place beneath the Porto Customs House. Projecting spectacular visual effects, animations, and virtual live-action actors onto the walls, the show tells the incredible history and myths of Porto and northern Portugal like never before. Narration is provided by Pedro Abrunhosa and Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons.
Learn about the history of the Undefeated City and Northern Portugal with an immersive cinematic experience in the atmospheric underground beneath Porto's Custom House.
Tuesday - Sunday: 10h00 - 19h00, Mondays: CLOSED
Adult: €10.50, Child & Concessionary: €5.50, Child 0-3: FREE
Zoo Santo Inácio is the largest and greenest zoo in Northern Portugal, ideally located only ten minutes away from Porto in Avintes, Vila Nova de Gaia. The zoo houses more than 600 animals, across 200 species, in 15 hectares of spacious and green habitats. Visitors can attend demonstrations (such as feeding sessions) showcasing the natural behaviour of certain animals. The zoo also has a restaurant, three bars, a picnic area and a shop where you can buy gifts.
Zoo Santo Inácio first opened in 2000 and has become one of the major family attractions in Northern Portugal. As well as being an entertainment venue, Zoo Santo Inácio other main concern is the awareness of wildlife protection and animal welfare. Zoo Santo Inácio is internationally renowned for quality and is one of the few Portuguese Zoos which participates with EAZA (European Aquarium and Zoo Association) in European programmes of preservation for endangered species who live at the zoo, such as Asiatic lions, snow leopards, Humboldt penguins, cheetahs, camels, pygmy hippos, Siberian tigers and more. More About [ ► ]
Summer: 10h00 - 19h00, Winter: 10h00 - 17h00
Under 3 Years: FREE, 3-12 Years: €10.50, 13-64 Years: €15.90, OAP: €14.50, Family of 4: €47.90