My name is Francisco, I'm 43 years old and I have lived in Porto all my life. What I have to offer is my knowledge about this city.
I am an experienced and passionate runner. I started with small runs just to keep fit but it quickly became a passion, as it might have happened to you too.
Running in Porto is quite a challenge because, in spite of its small size, to get to the nicest spots we must climb some stairs and go through narrow streets, all of which I can help you to discover. And though it is challenging it is still by far the best way to experience the city and still the stairs are not harder to climb that regular runners will be more than fine on our tours.
Book a tour with us and you'll feel like you are a local runner in the city.
Porto is very small and offers lots of charming and lovely spots. Some of these spots are well known and easily found, while the hidden gems of the city, your local running guide will ensure that you experience.
Porto is one of Europe’s oldest tourist destinations and classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Being elected the Best European Destination in 2014, the city is now prepared to welcome a diversity of visitors. From the Port Wine cellars & boat trips to the Douro Valley for the ones looking for a more traditional visit, or the Downtown bespoke stores and trendy restaurants for the youngest, not forgetting the Casa da Música and The Contemporary Art Museum of Serralves for the Art Lovers, Porto is definitely a city in ascension. And now also running tours for the fit, the fun, the curious and nice travellers.
The tours we present cover the most important places to visit in the city, from the beach to the centre, old town and the south other of Douro river, Gaia.