• +351 211 339 015
  • +351 915 623 588
  • Language
Send a message

Bairrada And Aveiro — The Perfect Wedding

Listing ID: 25880
Tell your friends about this product

Join To Referral Form

What Will You Do

Aliança Underground Museum

Museum Guided Tour + Wine Tasting

Aliança Underground Museum is the first underground museum where sparkling wine, wines, and spirits intern in perfect communion with art.

In this basement you can experience a new concept of Wine and Art, visiting the two attractions simultaneously and in perfect symbiosis, at Aliança Underground Museum.

Contemplating eight distinct collections, this museum equipment covers areas such as archaeology, ethnography, mineralogy, palaeontology, tiles and ceramics, covering an impressive time span of millions of years.

Luís Pato Winery

Guided tour of the winery + wine tasting

Considered the rebellious winegrower, João Pato began to bottle the wine from his vineyards in 1970, becoming the first winegrower in the Bairrada region after its demarcation.

Bairrada Wine Museum (Optional)

The Bairrada Wine Museum perfectly combines new technologies and the most modern audio-visual media, thus making this museum space a cultural reference. Due to its unique characteristics, it is home to various artistic and cultural manifestations.

Aveiro Station

Aveiro Train Station is in the city centre and is an interface of the north line (the line that connects Lisbon to Porto). Now, it has two buildings: the new in operation since 2005 and the old one, known as a façade decorated with polychrome tiles, depicting railway scenes, natural and traditional activities.

Infante D. Pedro Park

Spend a few minutes from the city centre and enjoy quiet moments in one of Aveiro's most beautiful parks. Walk through the extensive gardens, then take a relaxing boat ride on one of the lakes and visit the Hunting and Fishing Museum located in this area - an ideal setting for a quiet morning.

Aveiro Cathedral

Its origin dates to the sixteenth century, but the cathedral is the primitive church of the convent of Santo Domingo. The beginning consisted of a chapel, without choir and three naves, being transformed between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and converted into the devotional chapel of the corridors.

In 1835, this church is converted into the parish of the Church of Our Lady of Glory, passing in 1938 by the Cathedral of the Diocese of Aveiro by the bull of Pope Pius XI.

In the 18th century, the nave of the church was rebuilt, becoming brighter with the opening of large ovals windows. In this century, the free spaces of the church walls were covered with tile panels.

Aveiro Museum - Santa Joana (Former Monastery of Jesus)

Founded in the fifteenth century, situated inside the great convent of Jesus, it is strongly associated with the most influential princess of Aveiro - Santa Joana de Portugal. Today we can visit who will be his marble tomb and admire the Baroque style, the Manueline porticos, the Manueline-inspired cloisters and the Lyrian chapels that embellish this historic monument.

This museum is considered one of the most important religious art in the country, exhibits a collection of Portuguese paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, meticulous work of tiles, elegantly crafted pieces in gold and a vast collection of clothes, jewellery and relics.

Church of Mercy

This church is one of the most attractive examples of religious architecture in the district. Built in the late 16th century, this monument is a traditional façade with blue and white tiles, Renaissance elements on its balconies and a wonderful selection of colourful tiles inside.

Fish Market

While in town, visit the famous Fish Market - a traditional market that houses some of Aveiro's best seafood restaurants. Nearby you select several restaurants and a wide variety of shops and bars.

Moliceiro boat trip in the Ria de Aveiro

Visit Aveiro and not ride on the typical boat of the Ria de Aveiro is like visiting Rome and not seeing the Pope. Attention do not be fooled by the comparison of Aveiro with Venice.

The Ria de Aveiro is often used for tourist purposes, mainly through its characteristic boats, the Moliceiros. Moliceiro boat trips take place only in the 4 urban canals of the Ria de Aveiro. The Central Channel, the Cojo Channel, the Pyramid Channel, and the São Roque Canal.

These tours last 45 minutes and allow you to get to know the main attractions and monuments.

Visit to the Navy Noeirinha

Aveiro is one of the cities with the greatest tradition in salt exploration. Of the many hundreds of salt in as that existed in the last century, there are only 6 in activity, one of these is the Navy Noeirinha where you can see the whole process of production and extraction of sea salt. Its production takes place from June to September. Visit Aveiro in these months, you will have great chances to see the bustle of the Marnotos in your work.

Vista Alegre Museum (Optional)

Aveiro is the birthplace of the famous Vista Alegre porcelain, an example of the long Portuguese tradition in ceramics. Set within the original factory, where these delicate works of art are produced, this museum is

View More


  • Come with us to discover Bairrada, known for its sparkling wines - known as “Portuguese Champagne” - and roasted piglet. Then, unwind with a stroll around Aveiro, the Venice of Portugal. Here, two-thirds of the national sparkling wines are produced.


  • Private tour.
  • Free Pick-up and Drop-off.
  • Optional sight-seeing stops along the way.
  • Certified Tourist Driver.
  • English; French; Spanish or Portuguese Speaking drivers with local knowledge.
  • Chauffer style with code dress.
  • Local tips and information - Our friendly drivers are locals and are happy to share their insights or give tips on what to do at your destination.
  • Free water bottles.
  • Extra amenities.
  • Free internet


  • Tips - Gratuity isn’t included or required, but if you really enjoyed your trip, you can show your driver your appreciation with an optional tip.
  • Admissions to venues and attractions along the route.


⛈️ - Weather

Exact destinations and itineraries may be changed due to weather, road conditions and the guide’s discretion. If cancelled due to poor weather, a different date or a full refund will be offered. Please check our Terms and Conditions.

  • Wineries

Included wineries are subject to change based on their availability, private events, and holidays.

  • Valid ID

It is mandatory to present a valid photo ID for drinking alcohol in wineries. Be aware that the legal drinking age in Portugal is 18 years.

  • Smoke free.
  • Personal accident and liability insurance included.
  • Luggage - Each passenger is allowed to have one checked bag and one carry on. If you’re traveling with more bags or oversized luggage, please inform us.
  • Big luggage - 29x21x11 inches / 74x54x28 cm
  • Small luggage - 22x14x9 inches / 56x36x23 cm

Operated by Endless Weekend Tours ®

  • Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and sunscreen if it’s sunny or a raincoat and an umbrella if it’s raining.
  • Don’t forget your camera!
View More


  • Room
  • Hotel/Pick Up - Drop Off Location

You might also like

More experiences from the same supplier

Call us
Email us