The location of bus stop is very accessible to where our cruise ship docked. The route covered all wonderful places you need to see in Porto.
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Good price for a 2 day ticket
Located in the northwest of Portugal, Porto is an urban town yet one of the oldest European centres. The Historic Centre of Porto, Luiz I Bridge and Monastery of Serra do Pilar is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The name Porto also finds mention in one of the city’s most famous exports – Port wine.
Porto bus tours will be the best bet for exploring the city and its numerous treasures. Check out the Bolsa Palace, Porto Cathedral, Casa da Música, and all of the other Porto points of interest. You can also combine your sightseeing tour with other experiences, like wine tasting, a river cruise, or a castle tour. Or, try pairing your tour with a tram ride and Guindais funicular trip. You can even find a tour that includes a visit to the famous Calem Port. Add to that, audio commentary in Audio commentary in languages such as Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Russian, etc. is like icing on the cake. Either way you go, you’ll soon discover why a bus tour is one of the smartest things to do in Porto if it’s your first time visiting the city!
The coastal city of Portugal, Porto can be best explored during late spring or early autumn. The weather is glorious during the months of May and June. Also, several festivals take place from June to September so you can plan your trip accordingly to make the most of the festivities.
Porto bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.
There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
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