Porto Street Art Tour
The Porto off the beaten path
If you want to see the Porto off the beaten path, our Alternative Free Tour is the tour you’re looking for. This free tour is a great introduction to the Alternative Porto and you’ll get to see many projects of street art in Porto in a captivating tour. But this Take Porto free walking tour is much more than street art, tags and graffiti. Want to know more about Porto’s nightlife? What about Porto’s architecture? This free tour will present another side of Porto, a less conventional side and being the Alternative Porto Free Tour even the ending will be unconventional.
The Alternative Porto Free Tour begins at Praça Carlos Alberto, a less touristic plaza. Of medieval origin, this small plaza is a celebration of the city with its museums, traditional restaurants and esplanades. You even have a flea market every Saturday called the Porto Belo market. Also worth mentioning is the geometrical pattern of the Portuguese Calçada that leads to the statue. Praça Carlos Alberto is the perfect s...
Incredible street art murals by Mesk, Fedor, Mots, Joana Vasconcelos, Mr.Dheo, Hazul Luzah, Liqen, Mots and Pastel.
Refreshing tile mural by Joana Vasconcelos.
A glimpse of Porto's Art District.
Alternative bars and clubs in Porto nightlife.
Brilliant metro stations by the architect Eduardo Souto de Mouro.
Sculptures and installations by Dalila Gonçalves, Paulo Ramuni and Octavi Serra.
Surprising tile façade "Quem és Porto?" by ±maismenos±
The power boxes project.
Impressive tile panels by Júlio Resende.
Half Rabbit by Bordalo II
...and much more!
GROUPS OF 8 OR MORE ARE ALWAYS WELCOMED. IN THIS CASE, WE REQUIRE A PREPAYMENT OF 10€ PER ADULT AND 5€ PER YOUNGSTER UNDER 18. CHILDREN UNDER 14 ARE FREE OF CHARGE.
This principle results from the need to protect and value the level of quality and dedication we demand of our Take Porto local guides.
WHAT IS A FREE TOUR?
Free Tour is a relatively recent concept and advocates the democratization of access to this type of touristic experience. We want to enable everyone to get to know our city regardless of their budget.
Many people question how can a tour be free? The tour is free because there is no prearranged price, each participant will define the amount they consider appropriate according to their level of satisfaction and personal budget.
Our guides receive no salary of any kind other than what they receive from the guests who decide to join our Porto Free Tours. As they only work for gratuities the trend is that Free Tours are significantly better than conventional paid tours. The guide will put all his energy, commitment, and knowledge into each tour.
Now that you know the theoretical explanation of the concept it's time to join one of our Porto Free Tours and prove in practice that this is one of the best and richest ways to get to (really!) know a city.
HOW LONG DOES THE FREE TOUR TAKE?
The Free Tour lasts around 2h30.
IN WHAT LANGUAGE IS THE TOUR?
The tour is exclusively in English.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE TOUR?
The tour includes a local English-speaking guide expert in our history and ready to give you great tips to make your stay in Porto unforgettable.
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN THE TOUR?
The tour does not include transportation, entrance to monuments or meals.
HOW DO I BOOK THE FREE TOUR?
You can book your Free Tour by clicking the Book Now button on this page, then choose the date and complete the booking form. You will receive your confirmation immediately. If you have any difficulties please contact us by email, phone or Whatsapp:
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IS BOOKING MANDATORY? WHEN SHOULD I BOOK?
Booking is mandatory and highly recommended.
Especially during public holidays and festivities, at such dates you should book as soon as possible to guarantee availability.
HOW DO I GET MY TICKET?
Once you book the Free Tour a Booking Confirmation is sent by email. If you do not receive the confirmation email check your spam or contact us.
You do not need to print the confirmation, you can present it to our team on your phone/tablet at the beginning of the Free Tour.
IS THE FREE TOUR ACCESSIBLE?
No. This Free Tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.