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Segway Tour

The best way to get to know a city is to follow the same paths that the locals go through every day during its centuries of existence. This task tends to get even more complicated when the city in question is made up of as many hills as the city of Porto is. This segway tour is the fastest, safest and entertaining way to explore all the streets and alleyways that make up the city whose historic centre has been considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1996.

With our tour you’ll see the historical palaces, churches, the most emblematic neighbourhoods, the picturesque scenery that only Porto can offer and get to know first-hand the people that give them life.

The tour lasts approximately 3 hours and is led by one of our storytellers who will delight you with historical information about the places you pass by, as well as the best curiosities and fun facts about Porto.

If the two wheeled Segway is a concern for you, you can rest assured. In addition to being a modern and extremely intuitive vehicle, all tours start with a practical Segway lesson.

Segway Tour Porto Highlights:

  • Cordoaria Garden

  • Clérigos Tower

  • Gomes Teixeira Square

  • Lello Bookstore

  • Cândido dos Reis and Galerias Paris streets

  • Aliados Avenue

  • São Bento Station

  • Porto Cathedral

  • D. Luis Bridge

  • Ribeira

What this tour includes

  • Vehicle / Equipment adaptation lesson
  • Storyteller
  • Liability insurance and personal accident
  • Water and coffee break (coffee + portuguese custard tart)
  • Taxes (VAT 23%)
  • Available in English and French. Portuguese and Spanish only for private tours.

Tour not eligible for:

  • Children under the age of 14 years old
  • Pregnant women
  • Weight under 40Kg or over 120Kg
  • People with coordination problems or any similar conditions
  • Individuals under the effect of alcohol or drugs
  • Individuals that have been submitted to surgery recently
Price per person:
  • From 2 to 6 participants: 69€ (please contact us if your group exceeds 6 people).


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Portuguese Centre of Photography

The Portuguese Centre of Photography was created in 1997. The first exhibitions were inaugurated in December of the same year.

Clérigos Tower

Considered one of the ex-libris of Porto, the Church and Tower of Clérigos (18th century) are a remarkable architectural complex located in the in the heart of the city.

Gomes Teixeira Square

Although it is commonly known as the Lions Square, this remarkable square has already adopted several different names. Among them: “Largo do Carmo”, “Praça dos Voluntários” and later “University Square”.

Lello Bookstore

Due to its unique historic and artistic value Lello is recognized as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. Its stairways served as inspiration for Hogwarts magical stairs in the Harry Potter books.

Cândido dos Reis & Galerias de Paris

Two of the most famous streets in Porto, often associated with the city’s nightlife.

Aliados Avenue

Piece of continuous urban fabric that makes up the main avenue and city centre.

São Bento Railway Station

A French-influenced station building designed by the Portuguese architect José Marques da Silva. It is especially famous for its tile panels.


The Cathedral of Porto, located in the heart of the historical centre of the city is one of the main and oldest monuments of Portugal.

D. Luís Bridge

The bridge was built in 1886 by the Belgian engineer Théiohile Seyrig, and connects the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia.

Ribeira Square

Mentioned in regal letters from 1389, this is considered to be one of the oldest squares in the city.

Church of São Francisco

The most prominent gothic monument in Porto is also noted for its outstanding baroque decoration.


The second oldest neighbourhood of Porto is still one of the most traditional with its small alleys and colourful houses.

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