1. Portugal
  2. Centro Region
  3. Aveiro
  4. Aveiro

Aveiro: Half Day Tour with Boat Ride

Product ID: 224001
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Come and visit Aveiro, the most beautiful city in central Portugal and navigate the city's canals. Walk along the beach of Costa Nova and a picturesque fishing village.
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City of Porto: Pickup and Drop-Off at hotel or guest accommodation.
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Experience

Highlights
  • Navigate the city by the beautiful canals
  • Get to know Costa Nova beach and its colorful striped houses
  • Soak in a city rich in architecture from the Art Nouveau period
Full description
Spend a day exploring the beauty of Portugal, get away from the business of Porto, and visit several townships that are lesser known to tourists. Visit the city of Aveiro, where it becomes easier to navigate by boat or “Moliceiro” along its numerous water channels. This city is called the Portuguese Venice, and there is no questions why. Its enormous natural and architectural beauty, perfectly aligned with its people, give a lively ambience, of a cheerful town where water and sea play the leading role.

Much of the city is decorated in the Art Nouveau style, making it a beautiful sight to behold. Discover the charm of this delicate and seductive art period of the 20th century by taking a walking tour with a guide through the Art Nouveau route, a track created to help identifying all buildings and monuments. Visit the beach of Costa Nova and its peculiar colored stripes houses, forming an unique design in fishing houses in that area.
Includes
  • Small group tour
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tour Guide
  • Boat trip through the canals (45 Min)
  • Wi-Fi inside the vehicle
  • Bottle of mineral water
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Personal Expenses