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In the magnificent city of Aveiro, where Moliceiros boats make the Ria more colorful, the Red Line takes about 90 minutes to go the most emblematic places such as the University, Vista Alegre or the Congress Centre. Start: Tourist Office Duration...more
Picturesque town with its own canals and motorised and colourfully painted boats that take tourists up and down the approximately 1-2 kilometres of waterways that intersect the town. A great place to while away a sunny afternoon.
Aveiro's main attraction is its network of canals. Aveiro has plenty of history, and the canals are associated with the growth and decline of its port and salt water lagoons.You can take a trip along these waterways in colourful and traditional boats. Even on a...More
There is just a very small canal network. But the boat trip is nice. You can combine it with a little train ride, a tractor towing trailers really. Beware the trailers have no suspension so the coblestone streets and particularly the speed humps can be...More
This city is surrounding from a lot of canals where you can go by boat like a large gondola. For this reason it called Venice of Portugal. You can visit the new and old city and it takes about one hour. After you can go...More
This is something to put on your list of seeing. This is little town is called the Venice of Portugal because it has a canal, a very small canal but very colorful boats that you can ride the canal in. It also has an award...More
Nice day out with the family and such a nice place and not over busy like Porto. More peaceful and relax and you got shopping near by and loads of restaurants. Highly recommend for people to visit you wont be disappointed.
We were recommended to go here, it is about one hour by train from Porto, the attraction is the canal network and boat trips around the old town. It makes a pleasant change to Porto being a quiet working town with not too many tourists....More
We stayed in a lovely bed and breakfast place on the canal. It was well equipped and beautifully decorated with easy access to the local attractions. Stayed one night as on our way up to the mountains in Peneda Geres National Park but would certainly...More