Nestled resplendently in the Douro River Estuary is Porto, Portugal’s second largest city. Once an outpost of the Roman Empire, Porto is characterized by its exquisite sun-soaked architecture, charming coastline, and, as the name suggests, its wine!
Porto is also known for its historic culture, with architecture dating back to the 5th Century, making this city is a must-see for any traveler to Portugal. In fact, the core of the city is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site, forming one of the oldest European centers.
A bicycle tour here allows you to soak up the sun and Porto's most picturesque sightseeing spots, including the Palácio da Bolsa, Igreja de Sao Francisco, Fortress Sao Joao Baptista, and the Igreja de Sao Martinho de Cedofeita. A venture into the sensational surrounding landscapes rewards riders with glimpses of the Douro Valley, Vila Real, Régua, Lamego, Pinhão, Praia do Molhe, Matsinhos, Parque da Cidade do Porto, Póvoa de Varzim, and the magnificent Valongo Mountains.
A sun-soaked city of extraordinary history and elegance awaits your arrival!