Tour of Gaia and cellars

Be seduced by the most historical side of Porto

We will discover the relationship between both shores, crossing the emblematic Luís I bridge.

Tour of Gaia and cellars
Everyday at 11.00
Look for our green umbrella
2 hours and 30 minutes
0 Adult *
0 Student **
* Students under 14 years of age can join the tours for free but 1·2·Tours does not bear the costs derived from them
** Students have to be under 25 years of age and duly identified
Total to pay: 0
The price includes the entrance to the cellar and the museum and the wine tasting
Tour of Gaia and cellars

Some interesting spots during the Tour of Gaia and cellars

  • Dom Luís I Bridge

  • Serra do Pilar monastery

  • Jardim do Morro

  • Gaia piers boardwalk

  • Porto wine cellars

  • Bordalo II Half Rabbit

  • Beira Río market

What will you find in this tour?

Your stay in Porto isn’t complete if you haven’t visited the other side of Douro river, where Vila Nova de Gaia stands majestically. This town is full of ancient wineries and it’s defined by Dom Luís I Bridge and topped by the great Serra do Pilar monastery-fortress.

During our Tour of Gaia we will show you the history of this town, which gives its name to the country along with Porto. We will cross Dom Luís I Bridge upper part, which has superb views, get to Serra do Pilar and Jardim do Morro and descend through the beautiful viewpoints until we reach the emblematic boardwalk of Gaia. There we will stroll among wineries and Rabelo boats as we tell countless stories about wine and get a taste for what’s coming next.

We will visit one of Porto’s famous wineries and do both a guided tour inside and taste two different Porto wines.

After trying the wine we will resume our tour in order to know Gaia’s art legacy, from the great baroque architect Nasoni to one of the most famous street art exhibitions in Portugal: Bordalo II Half Rabbit. We will also visit Beira Río traditional market and show you the relationship between Gaia and the greatest Portuguese love stories.

Tour of Gaia and cellars