Porto with a vintage sidecar

Porto with a vintage sidecar

Live out an unforgettable experience together with passionate pilotes! (price is per side car for 1 or 2 pax)

116 EUR / pers.
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Live out an unforgettable experience together with passionate pilotes! (price is per side car for 1 or 2 pax)

116 EUR / pers.
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Description

1-3people
3 hours
Porto
At your hotel

Note: the price is per side car (1 or 2 persons). If you are 2, simply book for one person ; if you are 3 or 4, book for two persons... Ride through Porto in style and admire its most famous spots on a sidecar with a passionate guide (who's also an experienced pilote). That's an incredible experience and a very different way to discover Porto. Firstly, you will be picked up at your accommodations and we’ll explore the city until lunch time. The rhythm is slow-paced with a lot of conversation, historical facts and curiosities, lots of stops for photos and to enjoy the views. Through the Historical Center, we’ll see places like S. Bento station, Ribeira and the Stock Exchange Palace, along the Douro river with its bridges, the Miragaia neighborhood, and all the way to the beach to understand the connecti...

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Highlights

  • Ride through Porto in the coolest sidecar
  • All iconic sites and hidden gems

Experience type

What's included

  • Passionate private guide and experienced pilote
  • Beautiful Sidecar motorcycle
  • Helmet and hair net
  • Lots of stops for photos
  • Blanket, Rain coat ...
  • WIFI
  • Pick-up & Drop off inside Porto city

Opinions

Patricia M.

Mejor forma de conocer Oporto

Sin duda volvería a repetir!! Muy buena experiencia, muy buen trato. todo perfecto! 100% recomendable!!!

Floyd F.

Great way to get around Porto & the surrounding!

We were teamed up with Joao who took us for the full day tour. We started out south and headed along the coast and visited some small fishing villages as well as the Chapel of the Lord of Stone which by rare chance was open. We then drove back to Porto and had a quick lunch, but that was our choice as the schedule is completely flexible. After lunch we hit the Serra do Pilar monastery and some other sites before heading north along the coast again and then back home after a few hours. You get a lot of looks being in a sidecar motorcycle and there's no better way to navigate the narrow streets and alleys. I would highly recommend this tour.

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