Tour Viana do castelo
Tour Performance
Everyday - Except December 25th and January 1th
Tour :
8H - All Day
Pickup Hour:
09h:00
Local Pickup :
Hotel or Apartment in Porto
Minimum People:
1
Included :
Not Included :
Meals and entrance to Monuments
The Guide Speaks :
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1 to 3 People
375€
4 to 7 People
499€
8 People
575€

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About Private Viana Castelo Tour


  • Private Tour - Personalized Transport, 1 Guide and a Vehicle at your disposal

  • Adapted to you - The Program, Stop Times Visit Times to Monuments are adapted according to your preferences

  • Flexibility - Although we have a pre-defined Program, you can adapt it to your needs according to your preferences

  • Pikcup Up and Drop Off - It will be arranged in advance as long as your stay is in Lisbon

  • Start and End Time - Start and end Time of the tour will be combined according to your preference as long as you do not exceed the time scheduled for the tour

  • Guide Dedication - Dedication, Information and more personalized treatment of the Guide


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    Private tour Program Viana do Castelo from Porto


    PASSING BY VILA DO CONDE

    Vila do Conde has always had a strong connection with the sea, which further spiked with the construction of the shipyard in the Age of Discovery. The heritage of this quiet town is an important and unique beauty, it is possible to prove in the beautiful monastery of Santa Clara with his Church and Casa Conventual

    Palacio Queluz Sintra

    Nau replica sixteenth used during the Portuguese maritime expansion. The ship, well designed, satisfied a greater need for cargo capacity than previously known in Portuguese voyages. The trips to India were so long that forced ships to transport large amounts of solid and liquid food to keep the crew


    PASSING BY POVOA VARZIM

    This is a region occupied by men since for many centuries, there remains the foundation of a fortified city around 900 BC, always with a strong relationship with the vast sea. In the early Middle Ages it was a poor fishing community, making it even in the main port of the country Northern fishing in the eighteenth century.


    VISIT SANTA LUZIA SANCTUARY VIANA DO CASTELO

    Santa Luzia Sanctuary One of the "ex libris" "city, from their location reveals a unique view of the region, which combines the sea, the river Lima with its valley, and all the mountains surrounding complex panorama considered one of the best of the second world National Geographic

    VISIT VIANA CASTELO

    Town center of Viana do Castelo In the city that grew along the river Lima, the Renaissance styles can be observed, Manueline, Baroque and Art Deco. The urban fabric highlights the historic center, which forms a rectangle bounded by the remains of ancient walls.

    Here intersecting alleys with major arteries facing the river Lima, and the highlights are the old Gothic cathedral, which dates back to the fifteenth century, the Misericordia (XVI century), the Chapel of Souls, and the building of the former House Municipal, at the Republic Square (formerly Queen's Square) with a fountain in granite, with a bowl of double and tank, built in 1559.


    PASSING BY PONTE DE LIMA

    Ponte de Lima is the oldest Portuguese village, with charter designed in 1125 by D. Teresa, the mother of D. Afonso Henriques, the first king of Portugal. Its quiet lanes of picturesque houses, typically Minho breathe history, integrating a large number of solar and palatial homes, considered the capital of the country of residence of Tourism

    Chapel Guardian Angel - possibly dates back to a primitive temple in late-Romanesque style, built at the end of the thirteenth century as a place of worship with that important river crossing point.


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