THIS FORM NEEDS TO BE FILLED IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE ON THE SOCIAL EVENT

 

Visit and wine tasting at Real Companhia Velha - Classic Tour
 

Subject to availability. First-come, first-served basis.
 

With a guide, the tour begins at 3:00 pm and lasts for 45 minutes and it starts with the projection of a video about the history of Real Companhia Velha and the process of making Port Wine from the Douro to Vila Nova de Gaia. It proceeds to the main aging warehouse, passes by the Vintage Museum and ends with the tasting of 4 glasses of Port Wine – Extra Dry White or Lágrima Branco; Ruby or Tawny; Rosé; and 10 Year Old Tawny.

How can I make the reservation?
The reservation and payment are a direct responsability of the participant. Reservation can be made directly with the company via email (turismo@realcompanhiavelha.pt) or by telephone (+351 223715194).

How much does it cost?
This visit ("Classic Tour") has a value of 12€ per person and the payment is made on the same day. By using our promocode (ASCOLA22), you will have access to a 10% discount.

Where is this place located?
The address is: Rua Azevedo Magalhães, 314, 4430-952 Vila Nova de Gaia.

Where can I find more information?
Through this website.


Porto Historical Walking Tour


Subject to availability. First-come, first-served basis.


Porto Historical Walking Tour will take place Saturday, July 2, 2022, beginning at 4:00 pm and lasting for about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The tour will be guided by Manuel de Sousa, a local historian, blogger, and storyteller.

How can I make the reservation?
You can make the reservation by filling this form and the payment is made by bank transfer (all the information related to payment is on the form).

How much does it cost?
It has the value of 10€ per person.

Where is this place located?
The tour starts in Jardim do Morro viewpoint, in Vila Nova de Gaia and proceeds across the upper deck of Luis I Bridge, passes the Cathedral Square, São Bento Train Station, Rua da Flores, and ends at Ribeira, the historical riverside quarter of Porto.

Where can I find more information?
Through this link.