Coimbra Aveiro tour
Spend a day exploring the historic sites of Coimbra and Aveiro on this action-packed private tour. You’ll save time booking transport by having a convenient pickup from your hotel.
Explore on this tour to Coimbra and Aveiro the historic streets of Coimbra in Portugal’s Centro Region
Discover the “Venice of Portugal” at Aveiro
Learn about one of the oldest universities in Europe
See the Pantheon of Portugal’s 1st two kings
Admire the diverse landscapes of the Centro of Portugal
Try some authentic ovos moles de Aveiro sweets
Coimbra, the city of knowledge
Travel in style from Lisbon to Coimbra and Aveiro in a comfortable private vehicle between dispersed sites including Coimbra’s new and old cathedrals, one of Europe’s oldest universities. The area labelled as the “Venice of Portugal” in Aveiro, and The Monastery of Jesus. You’ll also get to sample Aveiro’s popular “Ovos Moles” sweets before being returned to your hotel.
Upon arrival, our private tour to Coimbra and Aveiro continues to explore the narrow streets and the architecture that dates from Baroque to Renaissance and to modern. Look at the austere façade of the Sé Nova de Coimbra (New Cathedral of Coimbra), and admire one of the most important Romanesque Roman Catholic buildings in Portugal. The Sé Velha de Coimbra (Old Cathedral of Coimbra).
Find Arab influences from the Moors on the narrow streets of the city center, and see architecture with Roman origins. Sample food from the region, and meet the friendly locals. Learn about the 13th-century origins of one of the oldest universities in Europe, and discover the Pantheon of Portugal’s 1st two kings.
Aveiro, the Venice of Portugal
Our private tour to Coimbra and Aveiro, continue to the “Venice of Portugal” at Aveiro. Explore the town center’s enchanting canals and square. Try some of Aveiro’s traditional ovos moles (soft eggs) sweets before you depart for Lisbon.
Now our tour to Coimbra and Aveiro continues towards the sea, Costa Nova. In the landscape prevails the color and grace of the “palheiros”, old fisherman’s storehouses. These houses have been transformed over time into beautiful summer houses. With a white background and colored stripes, in particular the ochre red. These “haystacks” mark the landscape of this region.
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