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Lose yourself through the narrow cobbled streets, Art Nouveau buildings and tile panels in the typical Beira-mar neighborhood with our experienced guides.
Explore our locals’ favorite places, best Aveiro’s food and learn about its rich history by finding out why are we the Portuguese capital of Art Nouveau and what does the famous marnoto do.
In this tour we visit, among others, the beautiful building of the Museum of Art Nouveau and others of its route, São Gonçalinho Chapel, Carcavelos Bridge, the narrow streets of the neighborhood and we finish with a tasting of our typical sweets in a place with more than a hundred years of experience doing the most genuine and famous “ovos moles”.
Praça Joaquim de Melo Freitas
To be arranged…
● Touristic Guide
● Traditional sweet – “ovos moles” tasting
● Civil Liability and Personal Accidents Insurance required by Turismo de Portugal
● Wear suitable clothing and footwear
● Always carry water with you and a backpack to take the trash
● In periods of intense sun, it is recommended the use of cap and sunscreen
● Children should always walk accompanied by adults
● Always walk in group, do not walk away
● Weather conditions can influence the program
● Rebookings are subject to availability
● Discount for groups with more than 10 people
● If payment is not made until 24 hours before the date, the reservation is canceled
● Possibility of payment phased: 50% -50%
If you want to know a little more about Aveiro, join us on our longest tour, where, in addition to everything described above, we will introduce you to the historic center of our city.
Let yourself be lost in the past and see where it all began, in the famous Republic Square. Here you can also see the beautiful Misericórdia Church, the City Hall and the statue of an important “Aveirense” – José Estevão, a figure of extreme importance in the political context of the 19th century, during which profound changes took place in Portuguese society.
Continuing our tour, you will be able to observe the beautiful Casa de Santa Zita – an old 19th century palace of the Visconde da Granja, the Aveiro Museum – housed in the former Convent of Jesus of the Feminine Dominican Order, and whose prestige was definitively associated with the presence of Princess Santa Joana, and the Cathedral of Aveiro.
This is a cultural itinerary with moments of knowledge and unique experiences that we want to share with those who look for us and who will allow you to know better our city-museum!
The activity can be done in Portuguese, English, Spanish or French.
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities. If there are still places available, you can book until 24 hours before (local time).
Booking: After your booking submission you will receive an email with the confirmation. After our team confirm the availability you’ll receive another email to make the payment. You can also follow your booking status directly on your dashboard.
Payment: The payment will only be available after the confirmation of the availability. We accept online & bank transfer payments. You can make the full payment or 50% before the activity and 50% in the day.
No, sadly this activity isn’t ready in terms of accessibility.
Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded. On the other hand, if you don’t make the payment until 24 hours before the activity starts, it will be automatically cancelled.
My girlfriend and I did a walking tour with Nadia and we loved it. She explained a lot of the history and architecture in Aveiro. Would definitely recommend.