Explore Braga, the oldest Portuguese city, on a walking tour with private transfer to the incredible Sanctuary of Bom Jesus and church entrance included.
- €39 €35.10
Amazing guided food tour in Braga
There is no better way to get to the heart of a city or its people than by taking a walking food tour. Join this food tour to spend a day getting to know Braga’s lesser-known food traditions and local institutions.
Braga is known as the city of bishops because of its strong religious roots and was once the headquarters of the most important diocese in the Iberian Peninsula. Nowadays, it is one of the wealthiest Portuguese cities with a solid base of local industries and a commercial center that rivals the two largest cities in Portugal, Lisbon, and Porto. Braga is 54 minutes from Porto by train.
This food tour is a 3-hour introduction to the fantastic City of Braga and its most original food. The tour will be followed by some delicious tasting of the most authentic dishes because we want you to get a real experience of Portuguese cuisine.
Meeting Point: Arco da Porta Nova in Braga.
After meeting your guide, the walking tour in Braga begins with a tasting of Portuguese products. You will have the chance to meet local people. Explore the cultural sights of the city on foot, accompanied by an expert guide.
Follow the lead of the food-obsessed Braga inhabitants and spend an afternoon hopping between bars on this 3 hours food tour in Braga!
- Meeting local people. Learn about the lifestyle of Braga locals.
- Small-group tour of 2–10 people.
- Three hours of a culinary walking tour of the vibrant Portuguese city.
- Explore the cultural sights of the town on foot, accompanied by a local guide.
- Get together with people from around the world.
- Three Portuguese cheese, olive oil, bread, and Port Wine.
- Tomato stew with Gizzard, Bifana (the Portuguese sandwich based on pork meat) with White Wine – Vinho Verde (beer or soda).
- Bolinhos de bacalhau (codfish cake), olives, and lupines with White Wine – Vinho Verde.
- Tíbias (Portuguese éclairs) and Fidalguinhos (cookies) with coffee or tea.
- You should bring with you a camera, comfortable footwear (please don’t use slippers or high heel shoes) and a small bottle of water. When it’s hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons, it’s important to wear and an extra layer of clothing.
- Please note that while we operate a successful tour in this city throughout the year, some changes may occur in our itineraries due to inclement weather and common seasonal changes to timetables and transport routes.
- We CANNOT accommodate any food restrictions.