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Full-Day Tour to Guimarães and Braga from Porto
"Leave the hustle and bustle of Porto for the day for a trip to Guimarães classified by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity site for its historic significance as the place where Portugal was born.Before getting to Guimarães the first stop is to visit the Portuguese Sponge Cake (“Pão-de-Ló”) Factory of Margaride in Felgueiras.In this Factory we can see how this special pastry is done and visit the entire manufacturing process with a tasting of this traditional sweet in the end.We continue our journey to Guimarães and the first stop is to enjoy the city center and to have a free time to explore this part of the city and to have lunch.After lunch the first visit is the Dukes of Bragança Palace
From EUR69.00
 
Private Tour: Braga and Guimarães from Porto
"Let´s go back in time discover all history of Portugal. This day will be unforgettable with your private guide and your private driver. Here you will see the Sé Cathedral the Bom Jesus Sanctuary and Sameiro Sanctuary. After Braga we will travel to the medieval city of Guimarães which is considered the ""Cradle of Portugal"". Here we will walk through the streets of its historic district and visit the main attractions and monuments of the city like Palace of the Dukes the Guimarães Castle S. Miguel Chapel and the historic centre of Guimarães. Enjoy a different day and return to your accommodation around 6pm."
From EUR300.00
 
Guimarães Half Day Tour from Porto
"After picking you up in your hotel it's time for a 50 min journey to Guimarães one of the most importante cities in Portugal. Once there you will explore the historic center by visiting the castle and a brief visit to the Romanesque church of St. Miguel where was baptized our first king. A little further down glimpse the Palace of the Dukes of Bragança (optional visit) an imposing building built in the fifteenth century to house the Royal family.But there's still so much more to discover in your way to the historical center in the lower part of town. This charming old town is a maze of narrow winding streets
From EUR50.00

More Transportation in Amarante

Walking

Walking is the best option to explore Amarante. The square by the Monastery is restricted to traffic and from here you will easily walk to main must sees within the city – all are very close to each...
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Oct 12, 2004

By car

Arriving in Amarante is very easy if you are travelling by car. Both driving from Porto or from Vila Real you should take the IP4 fast road and just follow the signs – access is very well signalized....
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Oct 12, 2004

By feet

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May 14, 2004

By car

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May 13, 2004

By boat

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Top Things to Do in Amarante

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Av. Primeiro de Maio

Easily the best thing to do in Amarante is taking in the view from its main car bridge, the Av. Primeiro de Maio. Our guidebook described it as a picture-perfect panorama, and it didn't exaggerate....
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Old Town

Amarante's old town is what attracts most visitors. A beautiful granite bridge dating back some 300 years, the massive roundish walls of the monastery, lots of old houses and a lively plaza with some...
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"Amarante"
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"Amarante a lovely town"
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"A nice panorama"
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"Amarante on the Tamega"
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quiara

"Amarante, the city of culture and passion"
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