Meet a guide near Porto’s Bolhão market, then set out on foot for a tour of the city’s cuisine. Start with a cup of coffee and a pastel de nata, a traditional Portuguese tart, and enter the market to browse open-air stall piled high with local products.
Duck into a historic cheese and meat shop for a beer and a bifana, a classic pork sandwich. In a nearby tavern, among the oldest in the city, sip a shot of a little-known Portuguese liquor along with bolinhos de bacalhau, a salty treat made from dried cod.
A highlight of any Porto tasting tour is port wine, and you’ll visit a specialized wine bar with hundreds of varieties for a guided tasting. Make the last stop of the day in a traditional tavern and graze a variety of tapas, a delicious conclusion to a gourmet experience.
Bluedragon Porto City Tours