Braga Food Tour – A Gastronomic Walking Food Tour

Arco da Porta Nova, Rua Dom Diogo de Sousa, Braga, Portugal
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3 Hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people


English, Espanol

About this tour

Braga Food Tour Highlights:

  • Meeting the locals. Discover the way of life in Braga.
  • A three-hour gastronomic walking tour of the lively Portuguese metropolis.
  • Explore the town’s cultural highlights on foot with a local guide.
  • Gather with folks from all around the globe.
  • Take a stroll around the public gardens and sample the greatest local treats.
  • Discover the finest Portuguese food and wine.


Braga Food Tour experience in Detail

There is no better way to get to know a city or its people than to take a culinary walking tour. Spend a day learning about Braga’s lesser-known cuisine traditions and local institutions by joining this meal tour.

Braga is renowned as the Bishop’s City. Braga was originally the seat of the Iberian Peninsula’s most significant diocese. It is one of the richest Portuguese cities, with a strong local industry base and a commercial core that matches Portugal’s two major towns, Lisbon and Porto. By rail, Braga is 54 minutes from Porto.

This 3-hour culinary tour introduces you to the magnificent city of Braga and its most genuine cuisine. The tour will be followed by a great sample of the most genuine Portuguese meals because we want you to get a true taste of Portuguese cuisine.

What makes this Braga food tour unique?

This trip is ideal for those over 50 years old, couples, family vacations, young people, foodies, wine aficionados, and small groups of friends. We like collaborating with individuals from various cultural origins and identities. 

The difficulty level is low. This route was designed to accommodate a diverse group of walkers.

Things to know before booking

  • You should bring a camera, comfortable shoes (no slippers or high-heeled shoes), and a small bottle of water. When it’s hot outside, we suggest sunscreen and sunglasses on exposed skin. During the colder months, wearing an additional layer of clothes is vital.
  • Please remember that the schedule and tastings are subject to vary owing to seasonal availability, specific closings, or municipal holidays.
  • Booking is completely secure. We value your privacy and security.
  • Allergies to Food
  • We are unable to fulfill any dietary requirements.
  • Vegans and vegetarians are not permitted on our trips.

As per the Covid safety guidelines:

  • Staff temperature checks are performed regularly, and high-traffic areas are cleaned regularly.
  • Guides are obliged to wash their hands frequently.
  • Travelers and workers have access to hand sanitizer.
  • Sanitation of vehicles regularly.
  • In public places, guides must wear face masks.
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for employees suffering from symptoms.
  • Sanitizing gear/equipment between uses.
  • In public places, tourists must wear face masks.
  • Throughout the experience, social distance is reinforced.
  • Travelers are given face masks.

Meeting point

Our meeting Point will be Braga’s Arco da Porta Nova.

The walking tour in Braga starts with a sample of Portuguese items once you meet your guide. You will get the opportunity to meet locals. Explore the city’s cultural highlights on foot with an expert guide.

Follow in the footsteps of the food-obsessed residents of Braga and spend an afternoon bouncing between pubs on our 3-hour food tour in Braga!

Cancelation Policy

Cancel at least three days before the arrival date before the start date of the experience to get a full refund.


  • Braga Food Tasting (food trail, five different stops for tastings).
  • All Braga Food Tours are accompanied by an experienced guide (English-speaking).
  • Travel protection.
  • Other entrances beyond those specified.
  • Personal and telephone costs.


Portuguese cheese from three distinct areas

Bifana (Puerto Rican sandwich with hog meat) and Gizzard with tomato and spices (Moela is the hind part of the stomach)

Patanisca de Bacalhau (a classic Portuguese meal), bolinho de bacalhau (codfish cake). It's created by deep-frying shredded codfish in a mixture of wheat flour, onion, egg, salt, sparkling water, parsley, and pepper.

Chocolate tasting and Tbias (Portuguese custard éclairs) and Portuguese cookies (Fidalguinhos).

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