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From Porto: Full-Day Tour to Amarante & Vila Real

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During this visit, you will discover two captivating cities situated in the north of Portugal. In the company of a professional guide, explore the curvy streets of the cities of Amarante and Vila Real and be enchanted by its monuments and history.
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Duration: 8 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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  • Visit the Church of São Gonçalo in Amarante and Mateus Palace designed by Nicolau Nasoni
  • Admire the natural landscape offered by the Alvão and Marão Mountains
  • Taste some of the various wines of the region in a wine cellar
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During this visit, discover two captivating cities of the north. The visit will begin in Amarante, a city full of tradition bathed by the Tâmega River, where you can explore its winding streets, monuments and churches, such as the bridge and Church of São Gonçalo.

The visit will continue to Vila Real. Here, stroll through the historic center and admire its fascinating natural landscape surrounded by the beautiful Alvão and Marão Mountains.

After some free time in the center, you will make a final stop at the magnificent Mateus Palace designed by Nicolau Nasoni and considered one of the most graceful of Europe. A must-see visit in the north of Portugal.
  • Guided tour
  • Transport
  • Entrance ticket and guided tour of Mateus Palace
  • Visit to the wine cellar and tasting of 5 PDO wines
What’s Not Included
  • Food and beverages
  • Tips

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• Use comfortable walking shoes and clothes
• Maximum 1 child per adult

From £152.53 per person

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Product ID: 115698