Leixoes (Porto), Portugal
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Approximately 6 Hours
Set out with a small group (maximum 23 privileged guests) for a ride on one of Oporto's iconic historical trams. These fully restored vehicles date back to the early 1900s and are built with polished wood interiors, brass controls and dials, and a clanging bell to stop the tram.The first tram line in Oporto opened in 1895. Today, the tram runs along the riverfront, passing various points of interest while you enjoy a glass of port wine paired with regional tastes.
Enjoy lunch at Vinum at Graham's Lodge -- a restaurant and wine bar featured in Food & Wine magazine. Traditional Portuguese dishes and superb wine pairings are all the better with sweeping views of the Douro River.
You will visit Sao Francisco Church and its magnificent 18th-century gold-encrusted interior -- the most prominent Gothic monument in Oporto.
Some free time allows you to explore the narrow streets of the Ribeira Quarter -- the Old Town. Take photos of the 19th-century iron bridges, or admire the traditional Rabelo boats -- once used to transport casks of port wine from the Douro Valley to the cellars in Gaia.
Minimum age to drink alcohol is 18 years. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour operates subject to meeting a minimum number of participants.