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Taste Porto Food Tours
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Locally-run food tour of Porto, Portugal
Locally-run food tour of Porto, Portugal

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What happens when Canadian blogger TravelBlissNow finds herself in Porto and in need of something to eat? #foodtour

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Porto w/ a touch of class? Australasian CEOs will soon be reading all about a food tour with class in The CEO Magazine

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Parts Unknow Porto, Anthony Bourdain's travel and food tv show, airs next Sunday. Guess who took him to taste some of the best local food?

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São João is our favorite party of the year! Everyone is out on the streets having fun with their friends and making new ones, eating, drinking, dancing, having fun all night long till the break of dawn. A truly happy feeling invades Porto!

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Nikki of @realestateinstilettos comes to town to enjoy our food tour in stilettos! And lives to tell the tale...

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When you come to Porto, you may find yourself looking at pictures, graffiti and ceramic pieces of a black bird. In fact, they're all over town and to be honest, the country. Which bird is this and what is its meaning? One of our guests asked us that very question, so we went out to find out by ourselves!

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🎶 "Life is just a bowl of cherries, don't take it serious, it's too mysterious! 🎶
Cherries are in season 🍒 😋 #saturdaymood #trusttasteporto #porto

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Stunning 18th- and 19th-century buildings, new indie bars and restaurants and a laid-back vibe, facilitated by the excellent wine — it’s hard to find anything to dislike about Porto.

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There are plenty of instagrammable spots on our tours, just like this beautiful tile wall by the Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos 🎨 🤳 #porto #vintagefoodtour #joanavasconcelos

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We are frequently asked, "What is this I keep seeing on restaurants' menus, petiscos?". As always, we gladly take on the mission of explaining and sharing insights into the typical and traditional dishes that are an important part of Portuguese gastronomy. For today's mission, we take on: petiscos!
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