Would you like to see Porto through the lens of a local but prefer walking on your own without a tour guide and visiting local places at your own pace? Search no more!
This Food Passport is a great way to explore the city and eat and drink like a true local. Are you ready? Roam your way around across Porto’s best neighborhoods for local restaurants and independent eateries as your passport guides you from place to place, earning you typical food and traditional drinks as you go.
This Food Passport is the perfect option for those who:
want to walk through the narrow streets of Porto with a self-guided culinary tour;
prefer to set their own pace;
enjoy going off the beaten tourist path and visit places only locals know;
wish to taste the most traditional foods and drinks Porto has to offer;
are willing to find the hidden foodie secrets of Porto;
dislike being in groups or don't appreciate very much the presence of a tour guide (don't worry, we are not offended).
Tour ticket price:
- 1 Food Passport is for 1 person: 35€
What's included in this Food Passport?
A self-guided tasting tour of Porto
Private access to our wonderful app, designed by our team, with a detailed description of historical and cultural facts about our beloved city
A visit to 5 tasting locations which you can visit at your own pace and where you'll find a selection of traditional food tastings
A self-guided walking tour in Downtown Porto
A charitable donation to a local NGO that helps the homeless people in Porto
Good to know
Sunday tastings aren't available in all locations. Bolhão Wine House, Confeitaria Moura, and Taxca are closed on sundays
This Food Passport does not expire
Some of the shops/restaurants included might be closed for holidays/days off during your stay, so please be sure to check availability with our partners
This Food Passport is for all age groups and all fitness levels
The distance walked is 3 km/1.9 miles (wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking), but keep in mind that you don't have to visit all places in a row (use this Food Passport at your own pace)
We cannot accommodate food restrictions on this self-guided Food Tour
This Food Passport is available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Japanese, and Korean
List of measures to keep you safe
Since the new regulations were set into place (December 1st), it is required to present an EU vaccination certificate OR non-EU proof of vaccination OR a negative antigen test when accessing restaurants, tourist establishments, and local accommodations
According to the DGS (Portuguese CDC), masks are mandatory indoors (you will have to put your mask on when entering the tasting locations and walking around inside) and they are recommended outside (you may or not use your mask when walking on the street)
Disinfection of all guests’ hands with alcoholic gel before entering the restaurants and after a meal - feel free to bring your own hand sanitizer, but please notice that all restaurants will be able to offer you this