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Wycieczka kulinarna Lizbona

The Walking Parrot oferuje najlepsze wycieczki, dzięki którym przeżyjesz przeżycia, których nigdy nie zapomnisz 

Porto food tour zawiera:

  • Adult ticket: Ask for Price

  • Children under 13 years old: Ask for Price

*Jeśli chcesz spożywać dodatkowe napoje, które nie są częścią naszego wcześniej ustalonego menu , pamiętaj, że można je kupić osobno, za które będziesz musiał zapłacić bezpośrednio w restauracji . 

Porto food tour zawiera:

🗓 Possibility to schedule from Tuesday to Sunday 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​🕒 A food tour of around 3 hours

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​👥 An experience for a maximum of 15 people

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​🚩 A professional foodie guide

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​🥘 Typical italian food

​​​​​​​​​​​​🥂 Drinks that are a part of our pre-established menu 

*Jeśli chcesz spożywać dodatkowe napoje, które nie są częścią naszego wcześniej ustalonego menu , pamiętaj, że można je kupić osobno, za które będziesz musiał zapłacić bezpośrednio w restauracji . 

Witamy w Porto, mieście Tripeiros!

Czy wiesz, że mieszkańcy Porto noszą przydomek na cześć słynnego i niezwykle ważnego historycznie dania o nazwie Tripas à Moda do Porto (flaczki w stylu Porto)? Nazwij ich, jak chcesz – flaczki, zwierzęce rynsztoki… Nikt jednak nie może zaprzeczyć, że ci ludzie mieli poważne odwagi w 1415 roku, oddając całe swoje mięso portugalskiej flocie gotowej wyruszyć w nieprzewidywalną przygodę z celem: podbić Ceutę. Jedyne, co pozostało mieszkańcom Porto, to flaczki, z których następnie przyrządzili to, co dziś znane jest jako jedno z najpopularniejszych dań portugalskiej gastronomii i symbol Porto. Z tego powodu z dumą noszą swój przydomek. 

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Bolognese Cuisine

Bologna, where medieval architecture meets vibrant piazzas and the scent of Parmesan wafts through the air. Cradled by the Apennine Mountains, this city boasts a culinary heritage that's nothing short of extraordinary. Uncover the soul of Bologna through its epicurean treasures, each taste an invitation to delve deeper into this gastronomic paradise. 

The best pasta in the world

In Bologna, pasta is not just a dish, it's an art form. The city's rich culinary heritage unfolds in each perfectly crafted noodle, a testament to generations of pasta-making expertise. From silky tagliatelle dressed in hearty ragù to delicate tortellini floating in savory broths, every bite is a symphony of flavors. Bologna's pasta is a marriage of tradition and innovation.

The quintessential taste of Italy

Bologna, where history resonates in every ancient archway and the aroma of fresh basil fills the air. Embraced by the Apennine Mountains, this city in the heart of Italy's culinary landscape is a treasure trove of authentic flavors. Delight in the culinary marvels that Bologna has to offer, each taste an invitation to explore a world of mouthwatering discoveries.

What to eat
in Bologna?

1. Tagliatelle al Ragù

Bologna's iconic dish, Tagliatelle al Ragù, is a masterpiece of Italian cuisine. The rich, slow-cooked meat sauce known as "ragù" marries perfectly with the wide, ribbon-like tagliatelle pasta. This hearty, soul-soothing dish is a testament to Bologna's culinary prowess.

2. Tortellini en Brodo

Delicate parcels of pasta filled with a flavorful mixture of meats and cheese, Tortellini en Brodo is a true Bolognese treasure. Served in a clear, aromatic broth, each bite offers a burst of comforting flavors, making it a beloved choice in local households

3. Mortadella

Hailing from Bologna, Mortadella is a finely ground, lightly smoked pork sausage, speckled with delicate spices. Sliced thinly, it showcases the city's dedication to charcuterie craftsmanship. Its smooth texture and harmonious flavor profile make it a culinary delight.

4. Crescentina (Tigella)

The Crescentina, also known as Tigella, is a rustic, round bread with a golden, crusty exterior. Split open and filled with an array of savory ingredients like cured meats, cheeses, or spreads, it encapsulates the essence of Bolognese street food. Each bite delivers a satisfying blend of textures and tastes, offering a quintessential local experience.

Our Menu includes

  • Several varieties of Italian cheese tastings.

  • Several varieties of Italian sausages tastings. 

  • Several varieties of Italian seafood and fish tastings.

  • Several varieties of Italian meat dishes.

  • Two varieties of Italian street food.

  • Wine pairing tastings.

  • Port Wine tastings.

Similar to the locals in Bologna, Italian cuisine emanates warmth, robust flavors, and a hint of intrigue. Each dish holds its own cherished tale, deeply woven into the fabric of the community. These enduring favorites offer a glimpse into the country's history. The melding of tastes and the captivating narratives behind every dish truly distinguish Italian food, crafting an unparalleled culinary adventure.


The Walking Parrot's Food Tour in Bologna promises an exceptional gastronomic adventure coupled with delightful company. Throughout this tour, you'll delve into the rich history and evolution of Italian cuisine. We'll explore a diverse selection of esteemed eateries in Bologna, offering a true representation of the region's gastronomy and dining customs.

Your palate will be treated to a plethora of authentic dishes, immersing you in the vibrant Italian ambiance. Our well-versed food enthusiast guide will be your trusted companion, regaling you with intriguing insights and captivating tidbits about the culinary world.

Italian 
Food Tour Bologna

Embark on a captivating journey through the rich tapestry of Italian cuisine, a symphony of tastes, hues, and locally sourced ingredients. Immerse yourself in an authentic culinary experience that transcends the everyday. Our Italian Cuisine Tour in Bologna reveals the genuine heart of local gastronomy, inviting you on a delectable voyage to relish the quintessence of Italian fare. Come with us for a splendid and leisurely exploration of Bologna's abundant culinary legacy, where each mouthful narrates a tale of heritage, flavor, and heartfelt hospitality.

The Food Tour in Bologna, brought to you by The Walking Parrot, is an exquisite journey that promises to etch unforgettable memories of Italian cuisine into your heart. Beyond indulging in a diverse array of flavors, you'll also have the opportunity to delve into the cultural tapestry that weaves through each dish.

Come, be a part of this extraordinary exploration of Italian gastronomy with us, and savor the essence of Bolognese cuisine in a truly one-of-a-kind manner!

  • Is Porto walkable city?
    Yes, Porto is a walkable city, with many of its attractions, historic sites, and scenic areas easily accessible on foot.
  • Is Porto a good place to holiday?
    Yes, Porto is a fantastic place for a holiday, offering a rich blend of history, culture, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine which you try with our Porto Walking Tours.
  • What is Porto famous for?
    Porto is famous for its picturesque riverfront, historic Ribeira district, renowned Port wine cellars, and stunning Douro River views.
  • What is must visit destinations in Porto?
    Some must-visit destinations in Porto include the historic Ribeira district, Dom Luís I Bridge, Livraria Lello, Clerigos Tower, and the world-famous Port wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia.
  • How many concerts did Chopin play in his lifetime?
    He was shy, and only gave around 30 public concerts in his lifetime; he preferred to play to small gatherings in the salons of wealthy Parisians.
  • How long is the Chopin concert?
    Almost one hour piano concert will take you to historical trip to Chopin's world full of emotions and his landscapes during our Chopin Concert Tour.
  • What is Chopin's most famous piece?
    Chopin's most famous piece is his Nocturne in E-flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2.
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  • Which is the best city to make a Food Tour in Italy?
    The best city for a Food Tour in Italy is Bologna. Renowned as the "food capital" of Italy, Bologna offers a rich culinary heritage, with iconic dishes like Bolognese sauce originating here. The city's vibrant markets, traditional trattorias, and renowned culinary schools make it an unparalleled destination for experiencing authentic Italian cuisine.
  • Is it worth to make a Food Tour in Italy?
    Yes, it is definitelly worth to make a Food Tour in Italy
  • What foods are Porto famous for?
    Francesinha: Often considered Porto's signature dish, the Francesinha is a hearty sandwich made with layers of cured meats (such as ham and linguiça), steak, and sausage, all covered in melted cheese. It's then drenched in a spicy tomato and beer sauce. It's a true comfort food and a must-try for meat lovers.
  • Is Porto a foodie city?
    Yes, Porto is indeed considered a foodie city. It has gained recognition and popularity among food enthusiasts for several reasons: Rich Culinary Heritage: Porto boasts a rich and diverse culinary heritage, with a wide range of traditional dishes and ingredients. From hearty meat-based dishes like Francesinha to seafood specialties and delicious pastries, there's something to satisfy every palate. Local Markets: Porto is home to vibrant food markets such as Mercado do Bolhão, where you can explore stalls selling fresh produce, meats, fish, cheeses, and other local ingredients. These markets offer an authentic and immersive food shopping experience. Port Wine: Porto is world-renowned for its production of Port wine. Visitors can explore historic wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, where they can learn about the winemaking process and enjoy tastings of this sweet and fortified wine.
  • What are the three types of tapas?
    Exploring the Variety of Tapas: Three Types You Should Try When it comes to tapas, there's a world of flavors to discover. The three main types include: Cocas de Picar: These are delightful finger foods like olives and nuts, perfect for nibbling on. Pinchos: These dishes often require a toothpick or skewer, featuring meatballs and other savory options. Cazuelas: Indulge in these 'little dishes' or small portions served in flavorful sauces. Each type offers a unique taste experience that's a must-try during your tapas journey.
  • What do you get on tapas
    Explore the culinary riches of Porto, where you can indulge in rich cheeses, cured meats, fresh seafood, roasted vegetables, and delightful deep-fried treats, all at an affordable price of just a few euros per plate. In Porto, tapas isn't merely a budget-friendly option; it's an enticing expedition through some of Europe's most mouthwatering dishes
  • Is Bologna lively at Night?
    Absolutely Yes! Bologna is well known
  • How long does it take to reach Sintra?
    The duration of the trip on both routes is about the same (40 minutes from the Rocio station and 47 minutes from the Orienti station).
  • Why is it worth to visit Sintra?
    Sintra is worth visiting for its fairy-tale-like palaces, lush gardens, and captivating architecture, offering a unique and magical atmosphere that transports you to a different world just in a short distance from Lisbon.
  • What to see in Sintra in one day?
    Explore Alfama, Belém, and must-see landmarks like Jerónimos Monastery and Sao Jorge Castle in Lisbon in one day.
  • What is Lisbon famous for?
    Is one of only two Portuguese cities (along with Porto) considered global cities. The most interesting sights are located here - Don Pedro IV Square, the National Theater, the 19th century Rossio Station and the 45 m high Santa Justa elevator.
  • What to try in Lisbon from local cuisine?
    You must savor a traditional Portuguese dish like bacalhau à brás, a flavoured salted codfish dish with eggs and potatoes, while in Lisbon to experience the local cuisine at its best.
  • What to bring from Lisbon walking tours?
    Bring home delicious Portuguese pastries, such as Pastéis de Nata, and beautiful azulejo tiles as souvenirs from your walking tours in Lisbon.
  • When is the best season to visit Lisbon?
    The best season to visit Lisbon is in the spring or early autumn when the weather is pleasantly mild and ideal for exploring the city.
  • What is a must do in Lisbon during walking tour?
    Exploring Almafa, Bairro Alto, and iconic landmarks like the Tower of Belém and Jerónimos Monastery is a must-do in Lisbon to experience its rich history and culture.
  • Is Lisbon a foodie city?
    Lisbon is a true haven for food enthusiasts. In this vibrant city, you'll find a delightful array of culinary delights, from the freshest seafood to contemporary dining experiences, wholesome cuisine, and exceptional local wines. Lisbon invites you to savor every bite of its diverse gastronomic offerings
  • What foods are Lisbon famous for?
    Lisbon's Culinary Delights: From Pastel de Nata to Bacalhau. When it comes to food in Lisbon, the iconic pastel de nata, a delectable custard tart born in the Belém district, takes the spotlight. However, Lisbon's culinary scene offers much more to explore. Indulge in an array of bacalhau (salt cod) dishes, savor the unique flavors of conservas (canned seafood), warm up with a traditional caldo verde soup, or bite into a satisfying bifana (pork sandwich). Lisbon's gastronomy is a treasure trove of delights waiting to be discovered!
  • What do you get on tapas
    Explore the culinary riches of Lisbon, where you can indulge in rich cheeses, cured meats, fresh seafood, roasted vegetables, and delightful deep-fried treats, all at an affordable price of just a few euros per plate. In Lisbon, tapas isn't merely a budget-friendly option; it's an enticing expedition through some of Europe's most mouthwatering dishes
  • What are the three types of tapas?
    Exploring the Variety of Tapas: Three Types You Should Try When it comes to tapas, there's a world of flavors to discover. The three main types include: Cocas de Picar: These are delightful finger foods like olives and nuts, perfect for nibbling on. Pinchos: These dishes often require a toothpick or skewer, featuring meatballs and other savory options. Cazuelas: Indulge in these 'little dishes' or small portions served in flavorful sauces. Each type offers a unique taste experience that's a must-try during your tapas journey.
  • What time do people eat dinner in Lisbon?
    Dinner Time in Portugal (7 p.m. to 10 p.m.) Depending on the restaurant, you can show up until 12 p.m. and still get served. However, keep in mind that most kitchens will close before that. On Fridays and Saturdays, it's common to have dinner a bit later, around 10 p.m.
  • What is a photography tour?
    Photo Tour means a journey off the beaten track to the world's most wonderful places. Simply put, we visit the best photographic locations in existence while you are guided by a top photographer. The Walking Parrot, specializes in crafting these unforgettable journeys to capture incredible moments
  • Where is the most photographed spot in Lisbon?
    Belem Tower, Lisbon's most photographed monument, deserves a spot on your must-see list. Join the ranks of avid photographers and create your own postcard-worthy shot. Don't miss the Sunrise mission for that perfect capture. And as a sweet reward, treat yourself to Pasteis de Belem afterward.
  • What is the most beautiful area of Lisbon?
    The most beautiful area of Lisbon? That's undoubtedly Alfama. Nestled between São Jorge Castle and the Tejo River, it's the city's oldest neighborhood and a true gem for photographers. Its hilly terrain offers stunning vistas of Lisbon and the waterfront, while its charming, cobblestone medieval alleys exude timeless charm.
  • Where is the Instagrammable place in Lisbon?
    Miradouro de Santa Luzia, nestled by the charming church of Santa Luzia, ranks among Lisbon's most Instagram-worthy spots. With sweeping views of the picturesque Alfama district, it's a perfect location to witness the captivating sunset and capture stunning Lisbon photos.
  • What is "Saudade"?
    "Saudade" is a Portuguese word that captures a complex mix of emotions, including nostalgia, melancholy, and a deep sense of yearning. It's a central concept in Fado music and contributes to the heartfelt and emotional nature of the songs.
  • What is Fado music?
    Fado music is a unique and passionate style of singing that originates from Portugal. It's characterized by its deep emotional expression and often centers around the theme of "Saudade," which signifies a feeling of loss and longing.
  • What can I expect during The Walking Parrot's Fado tour in Lisbon?
    During The Walking Parrot's Fado tour, you can expect an enchanting evening filled with the mesmerizing sounds of Fado music. You'll have the opportunity to enjoy the silk voices of talented singers while sipping on a glass of wine.
  • What makes Fado music so special in Portugal?
    Fado music is an integral part of Portuguese culture and history. It serves as a musical narrative of the nation's past, expressing the joys and sorrows of its people. Its unique melodies and lyrics convey a deep connection to the Portuguese soul.
  • What is the best month to visit Warsaw?
    Warsaw's warmest weather comes in June, July and August, meaning locals and tourists alike can check out the Warsaw Uprising Monument and explore areas like Old Town and Krakow Suburb Street without wearing cold weather attire.
  • How many days is enough to visit Warsaw?
    3 days in Warsaw is the perfect amount of time to explore the historic city center, get an eye-opening history lesson at several museums, and sample some local food.
  • Why is Warsaw so famous?
    Warsaw is notable among Europe's capital cities not for its size, its age, or its beauty but for its indestructibility. It is a phoenix that has risen repeatedly from the ashes of war.
  • Is Warsaw worth going to?
    Warsaw is a city that holds stories of resilience, culture, and history in every corner. From its bustling streets to its tranquil parks, an undeniable charm sets this city apart that could be visited with our free Warsaw Walking tours .
  • How much does a meal cost in Lisbon?
    The cost of a meal in Lisbon can vary depending on the restaurant and type of cuisine, but on average, you can expect to pay around €10 to €20 for a mid-range meal. Fine dining establishments may be higher in price.
  • What are some popular vegan food options in Lisbon?
    Lisbon offers a variety of delicious vegan food options. You can enjoy dishes like "Tofu à Bras," a vegan twist on the traditional Bacalhau à Brás, made with tofu and potatoes. Additionally, explore "Empadas de Legumes," savory vegetable-filled pastries, and don't miss out on sampling "Amêijoas Veganas," which are vegan-friendly mock clam dishes.
  • What food is Lisbon famous for?
    Lisbon is renowned for its delectable pastries called "Pastéis de Nata," which are custard-filled tarts with a flaky crust. Another popular dish is "Bacalhau à Brás," a flavorful codfish and potato dish. Seafood, especially grilled sardines, also holds a special place in Lisbon's culinary scene.
  • What is Bifana?
    Bifana is a traditional Portuguese dish consisting of marinated pork slices served in a bread roll.
  • Is it worth doing a food tour in Lisbon?
    Absolutely, a food tour in Lisbon is well worth it. It offers a fantastic opportunity to delve into authentic Portuguese flavors and experience the rich culinary heritage of the city.
  • How much is Bifana in Lisbon?
    Bifana, a traditional Portuguese dish can cost from around €2 to €5, depending on the location and the quality of the establishment
  • Is it worth doing a Wine Tour in Lisbon?
    Portuguese Wine Tour Lisbon is absolutely worth it
  • Should I go to pubcrawl alone?
    Absolutely! Arrive slightly before the crowd, secure a good spot at the bar, and strike up a conversation with the bartender or fellow solo patrons—it's a perfectly normal and enjoyable experience.
  • Where is the main bar area in Lisbon?
    Bairro Alto, located between Principe Real and Baixa Chiado, is Lisbon's lively bar district with 200+ bars. It's a bustling nightlife hub, but during the day, it's a quiet neighborhood.
  • Are pub crawls worth it?
    A pub crawl is a must-try experience. It's not only a fun way to meet new people but also a smart way to save money while exploring unfamiliar bars in a new city during your vacation or any other time
  • What is the difference between a pub crawl and a bar hop?
    A pub crawl is a planned event where you visit specific pubs in advance. Bar hopping, on the other hand, is a spontaneous adventure where you go with the flow, not knowing where you'll end up—it's all about the journey, not the destination.
  • What can I expect during The Walking Parrot's Fado tour in Porto?
    During The Walking Parrot's Fado tour in Porto, you can expect an enchanting evening filled with the mesmerizing sounds of Fado music. You'll have the opportunity to enjoy the silk voices of talented singers while sipping on a glass of wine.
  • What is "Saudade"?
    "Saudade" is a Portuguese word that captures a complex mix of emotions, including nostalgia, melancholy, and a deep sense of yearning. It's a central concept in Fado music and contributes to the heartfelt and emotional nature of the songs.
  • What makes Fado music so special in Portugal?
    Fado music is an integral part of Portuguese culture and history. It serves as a musical narrative of the nation's past, expressing the joys and sorrows of its people. Its unique melodies and lyrics convey a deep connection to the Portuguese soul.
  • What is Fado music?
    Fado music is a unique and passionate style of singing that originates from Portugal. It's characterized by its deep emotional expression and often centers around the theme of "Saudade," which signifies a feeling of loss and longing.
  • Are pub crawls worth it?
    A pub crawl is a must-try experience. It's not only a fun way to meet new people but also a smart way to save money while exploring unfamiliar bars in a new city during your vacation or any other time
  • Should I go to pubcrawl alone?
    Absolutely! Arrive slightly before the crowd, secure a good spot at the bar, and strike up a conversation with the bartender or fellow solo patrons—it's a perfectly normal and enjoyable experience.
  • What is the difference between a pub crawl and a bar hop?
    A pub crawl is a planned event where you visit specific pubs in advance. Bar hopping, on the other hand, is a spontaneous adventure where you go with the flow, not knowing where you'll end up—it's all about the journey, not the destination.
  • What is a photography tour?
    Photo Tour means a journey off the beaten track to the world's most wonderful places. Simply put, we visit the best photographic locations in existence while you are guided by a top photographer. The Walking Parrot, specializes in crafting these unforgettable journeys to capture incredible moments
  • What is the most beautiful area of Porto?
    Crystal Palace Gardens (Jardins do Palácio de Cristal): These gardens offer stunning views of the city and the Douro River. The landscaped gardens, sculptures, and peacocks wandering around make it a picturesque spot.
  • Where is the most photographed spot in Porto?
    one of the most photographed spots in Porto is the Ribeira district, particularly the area along the Douro River
  • Where is the Instagrammable place in Porto?
    Livraria Lello: Known as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world, Livraria Lello's intricate architecture and grand staircase make it a popular spot for Instagram photos.

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