Aveiro - Private Tour in a Mercedes Benz Canals, Typical boats, Art Nouveau. Coimbra - University
Aveiro's downtown is full of canals, like Venice, that are responsible for a very interesting architecture and landscape.
The richness of Aveiro is also related to the Art Deco/Nouveau buildings in very good condition, that we can see. Aveiro is the Capital of Art Nouveau in Portugal.
Aveiro is a city of Salt and Fish. Wonderfull salt pans/farms that still are working in a traditional way, producing an amazing quality salt. Fresh fish is avaiable everyday and cooked as natural as it can be, .
Coimbra is the 3rd most important city of Portugal, after Lisbon and Porto.
University of Coimbra, established since 1290 and Santa Clara Monastery are 2 Unesco World Heritage places to see in Coimbra.
The medieval streets and the riverside of Modego river make from Coimbra a charming and romantic city, where many tales and stories happened along the centuries.
Previous note: We can provide a Wheelchair Adapted Vehicle for the Tour (under request and aditional value).
DEPARTURES FROM AVEIRO, PORTO, LISBON and COIMBRA OR ANY OTHER PLACE:
Pick up at the Hotel/Cruise/Venue
Arrival to Aveiro
General visit to the city.
Tradicional salt pans.
Lunch in Aveiro's Fisherman Restaurant.
Downtown street market and Little narrow streets and typical spots.
Arrival to the Hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel/Venue
End location: Hotel/Venue
Duration: 6 hours
Private transportation in Mercedes C220 Station Wagon (max 1 person in front seat and 3 in the back seats). Larger car or van can be provide, under an extra price.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 Euro - Meal, Souvenir, tickets
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Jose is very genuine and knowledgeable. I had a great time visiting Aveiro and Costa Nova. I highly recommend this tour if you are looking for something different than the classic tours. I gained so much information and details not just about Aveiro but about Portugal life, history and culture.