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法多之旅波尔图

The Walking Parrot 提供 最佳游览,让您体验永生难忘 

Porto food tour 包括:

  • 🗓 Possibility to schedule from Thursday to Sunday 

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

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

  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​🚩 A professional guide​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

波尔图

Explore the magic of Fado music 

在波尔图探索法多音乐的魔力,并爱上这种充满激情的歌唱方式。这是只有在葡萄牙才能找到的体验。在 The Walking Parrot 的 Fado 之旅中,喝杯葡萄酒,欣赏歌手的丝绸声音。加入我们,在波尔图度过一个难忘的情感之夜。

Fado Tour Ticket Price

*如果您想喝我们预先建立的 菜单之外的额外饮品,请注意可以单独购买,您必须直接向餐厅付款. 

Possible Extras

  • 85€ extra for private per group

  • Language option; price is dependent on the language and availability

  • Possibility of a combo pack with 10% discount

Porto food tour 包括:

  • Fado live show

  • Typical Portuguese dinner

  • One-hour walking tour about Fado 

  • Explanation of Fado history and its influence on Portugues culture

法朵之旅

探索法多音乐的魔力,爱上这种充满激情的歌唱方式。在 The Walking Parrot 的 Fado 之旅中,喝杯葡萄酒,欣赏歌手的丝绸声音。

Fado show in Porto

法多正在演奏的沉默

Fado show in Porto with The Walking Parrot

你不会忘记的独特感觉

Welcome to the Authentic Porto Fado Tour!

The enchanting city of Porto, where the melancholic melodies of Fado resonate through the winding streets and tell stories that touch the depths of the soul. In this cultural haven, Fado is not just a genre of music but a profound expression of the Portuguese spirit. As you delve into the heart of Porto Fado, prepare to be swept away by the raw emotions, poetic lyrics, and hauntingly beautiful melodies that have echoed through generations. 

法多之旅波尔图

法朵音乐是葡萄牙人最引以为豪的事情之一。 Fado作为一种风格被“Saudade”这个词所捕捉,象征着一种失落的感觉。听着法朵的音乐,没有人可以无动于衷。你会感受到这种风格传递给房间里每个人的情感。听法朵,你想知道是什么魔法让你如此感动。届时我们的导游将向您介绍 Fado 音乐的历史以及它是如何诞生的。此外,在我们的波尔图法多之旅中,您将了解它为何成为葡萄牙文化的重要组成部分。你有没有被迷住的感觉?在我们的波尔图法多之旅中预订您的位置,让奇迹发生。

Fado music tour in Porto with Tha Walkig Parrot
Fado music experience in Porto

在波尔图吃什么?

波尔图是一个美妙、风景如画的城市,位于迷人的杜罗河上,是探索葡萄牙美食的神奇之地!以下是我们的一些波尔图美食推荐: 

殿下——弗朗西丝娜

不管你会不会讲法语,你肯定会讲 Francesinha。是的,法国与最著名的葡萄牙美食之一如 Francesinha 之间存在联系,它的字面意思是“法国小女士”。多么有趣的名字,对吧?而这道菜本身就更有趣了。 Francesinha 是一种三明治,仅取决于它的形状,所以如果你认为你可以抓住它吃掉它,那就别管它了。因为那东西很大。要吃这个特别的葡萄牙“三明治”,你肯定需要餐具。量上,波尔图美食没有让人失望,我们的波尔图葡萄牙美食之旅也没有。 

葡萄牙葡萄酒之王

波特酒是一种与众不同的葡萄酒,甜美而令人愉悦,具有立即带您前往美妙的杜罗河谷之旅的力量,从那里您将沿着河流顺流而下,前往梦想的港口。这款酒绝对值得一试。它通常伴随开胃菜或甜点。然而,葡萄酒本身就完全配得上甜点,因为它太棒了。一旦波特酒迷住了你,你就不能放手。就那么简单。

​客户评价

Cezary 是一位出色的向导——知识渊博且友好。我们甚至成为了好朋友。我高度
推荐和他一起巡演。

切泽

城市游

很好的食物和很好的向导,带我们参观了老城区。谢谢你这么好
经验。很高兴有奥拉夫作为向导
优秀的导游奥拉夫,充分利用了这个寒冷的下午。很多新知识。
推荐!

瓦莱里亚

美食之旅 

这是一个愉快的夜晚,有美味的食物和良好的陪伴。该小组的规模恰到好处
并且非常多样化。该指南能够适应我妻子步行距离有些困难的事实。

达韦奇

一个愉快的夜晚

在哪里可以找到我们

Fado tour in Porto with The Walking Parrot
Fado music in Porto with The Walking Parrot

我可以要 Cimbalino 吗?  

   哦,请给我一个超级博克!_cc781905-5cde-35149dbb_1

终于到了咖啡和啤酒的时间。你会为一杯浓缩咖啡杀人,但不知道如何订购?我们已经为您服务了! Cimbalino 是要走的路,因为这是在 Porto 调用浓缩咖啡的方式。  

就啤酒而言,在波尔图我们喝 Super Bock。点一杯“fino”,你的生啤酒就在路上了。 

葡萄牙美食的主要食材之一——鳕鱼

您是否觉得自从您来到葡萄牙以来,有人一直在跟踪您的每一步?好吧,我的朋友,你没有错。说到朋友,鳕鱼之所以在葡萄牙随处可见,就是因为它被称为他们的“忠实朋友”,所以一直在身边。你知道有 365 种制作鳕鱼的食谱吗?你知道,葡萄牙人只是想确保他们一年中的每一天都在厨房的桌子上放一个。有些人甚至说有 1001 种制作鳕鱼的方法。 1001种方式!嗯,这就解释了葡萄牙消费了世界上 20% 的鳕鱼的事实,并证实了没有其他国家像葡萄牙人那样珍惜鳕鱼。自 14 世纪以来,这就是鳕鱼的初恋,这种纽带仍然很牢固。可以肯定地说,鳕鱼在葡萄牙美食中起着非常重要的作用。

Our Tour includes

  • Fado live show

  • Typical Portuguese dinner

  • One-hour walking tour about Fado 

  • Explanation of Fado history and its influence on Portugues culture

我们希望您不仅能品尝到这些令人惊叹的味道,还能感受其中的情感并沉浸在令人难以置信的故事中。除了我们知识渊博的美食指南穿着非常棒的围裙,在前往几家不同的正宗葡萄牙餐厅的路上一起漫步在这座迷人的城市中,还有谁能更好地让您心情愉快并营造适当的氛围,以填补您饥饿的胃,但令人着迷的葡萄牙美食风味。请饿着肚子来,因为会有很多不同的葡萄牙菜可供品尝。 

这正是 The Walking Parrot 在波尔图进行的约 4 小时葡萄牙美食之旅的全部内容。在游览期间,您将有机会了解葡萄牙美食的历史和发展,我们将参观波尔图不同类型的顶级餐厅,以尽可能最好的方式代表葡萄牙美食和饮食文化。这意味着您可以期待高档餐厅和当地人经常光顾的典型场所。在每家餐厅,您将品尝多种传统菜肴并了解它们的背景。 

葡萄牙语 
美食之旅波尔图

您可能已经注意到,葡萄牙美食真的很棒!它不仅美味、色彩缤纷、品种繁多,还讲述了一个葡萄牙民族的故事。通过每一口,您将更接近了解葡萄牙人是如何成为今天的人的。每道菜都有不同的故事,代表着这个国家历史上的一个重要时刻。令人难以置信的风味是每道葡萄牙菜的主要成分,但它背后的故事使这种风味更令人难忘,更特别。  

这次波尔图美食之旅与众不同。期待意外,因为这次旅行不仅会感动您的味蕾,还会感动您的所有感官。游览结束时,您将成为真正的葡萄牙美食专家。相信我们,The Walking Parrot 将确保这是您永远不会忘记的体验。加入我们,以最独特的方式发现葡萄牙美食! 

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    Yes, Porto is a walkable city, with many of its attractions, historic sites, and scenic areas easily accessible on foot.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Bring home delicious Portuguese pastries, such as Pastéis de Nata, and beautiful azulejo tiles as souvenirs from your walking tours in Lisbon.
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    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.
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  • 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.
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    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.
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  • 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
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    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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