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  • Aveiro

    A rich history of sailing, enchanting beaches, melancholic cities and green landscapes interspersed with wheat and olive fields. Portugal is a land of contrasts: the nostalgia of Lisbon, the splendor of Obidos, the euphoria in Porto, the wistfulness of Coimbra. But...

    0 by Emma, in What to see Aveiro, 9 months ago
  • The City of Aveiro

    Known as The Portuguese Venice, Aveiro is on the Northern Portuguese Coast, just bellow the city of Porto. Aveiro is well known for it's beaches and the Aveiro River, which is where it gets the name "Portuguese Venice". The city centre has several interesting tourist...

    0 by Alex, in What to see Aveiro, 10 months ago
  • "Autocarro Bar"

    Here is one more suggestion of a bar in the great city of Aveiro. It is located at the southern entrance of the city, near the University. It does not close and it opens at 10 am and closes at 3 am. Literally a bus that is a bar. This mega original establishment is in...

    0 by Catarina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Aveiro, 11 months ago
  • Glicínias Plaza

    Glicínias Plaza is a shopping center located in portugal in the city of aveiro with many shops, restaurants, supermarket jumbo mcdonalds and gym. is 10 minutes walk from the room that I have to rent even in the city center of aveiro good space for leisure shopping,...

    0 by Higino, in Where to eat Aveiro, one year ago
  • Praia Barra

    If you go to Portugal, one place you must visit is Aveiro, its canals make it seem like a little Venice, but you have to go to some of the beaches like the one in Barra. It's a marvel! I'm from Cadiz and here, there are some very pretty beaches but compared to Portugal,...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Aveiro, one year ago
  • Convívio

    When we think about a place where everybody join after dinner to have a beer and talk about of the day, Convívio is the right place.  In the corner of Aveiro, but in the main center of students houses, it's a remarkable spot to have a drink.  From a simple beer,...

    0 by Daniela, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Aveiro

    Aveiro is a small town with only 80. 000 people but a lot to see. I went there for a few hours when I had my trip to Porto. First I went to a little church which looked pretty cool from the outside, because it were had floor tiles on the exterior wall. This style can...

    0 by Dangerous, in What to do Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • The Black Market

    Looking over the river channels of Aveiro, you will find one of the most elaborate and iconic bars of the city. The black market is a reference for all the cities' students and even residents. A hidden entry does not let you foresee the wonders of this place. You need...

    0 by Kátia, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Praxe

    The subject I'll talk about is not a proper place, but an activity. An activity exclusive to Portugal and this because, this type of praxe (the ritual of initiation of new students), is not used in other countries. It's about welcoming the new students. Better said,...

    0 by Inês, in What to do Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Museu de Aveiro

    Over five hundred years ago there used to be a Nunnery in Aveiro, called Mosteiro de Jesus, where women would be confined to pray and live a life devoted to Jesus and God. Nowadays this place is a museum, the most famous one in town.  It is an important place due to...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Centro histórico

    Venice, in Italy, is known by it's rivers and romantic boat rides. Aveiro is city in Portugal known as portuguese Venice because it has both of this qualities. Surrounded by rivers and sea, the city has a lot of waterways that you can visit by boat or by the many...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Costa Nova Beach

    Have you ever wanted to go back in time to when your parents were kids? In the 60's, where everything seemed to be colourful? That's how it feels like to be in Costa Nova Beach in Aveiro. Surrounded by striped houses and palm threes, the beach is windy and the water is...

    0 by Ethel, in What to do Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Cais Da Madeira Aveiro

    The first time I eat at Cais Madeirense I came with a roommate, we had a good meal. The restaurant has a smoking and non smoking side. There are benches in stead of chairs at the tables. On Thursday it is student night and there are a lot of students singing which...

    0 by Manassa, in Where to eat Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • University of Aveiro

    Finally, the moment to talk about the grand institution that the University of Aveiro is, literally, has come. I think it's very useful for anyone doing their Erasmus to know where to go, and where you'll spend most of your time, if you chose Aveiro. On the other hand,...

    0 by Leonor, in What to do Aveiro, 2 years ago
  • Walkway across the River Paiva

    After lots of adventures full of adrenaline and emotion, I decided to opt for a more relaxing chapter for my next experience. I wanted to do something more linked to nature and which would give me time to just enjoy the countryside. My boyfriend recommended quite a...

    0 by Hannah , in What to do Aveiro, 3 years ago
  • São Domingos Montain

    This incredible view that you can see in the picture is the natural viewpoint in the Paiva Castle, in the Aveiro district. I went there with my boyfriend and he suggested going there at sunset and now I understand why! Where The São Domingos mountain is in the Castelo...

    0 by Hannah , in What to see Aveiro, 3 years ago
  • Monlou

    Now this is a nice place to have a small snack or drink if you're passing through Aveiro. When this little café opened, I thought that the queues would be temporary and with time it would become less popular. Well, I was mistaken! Every day this café surprises me,...

    0 by Hannah , in Where to eat Aveiro, 3 years ago
  • T Zero

    Whoever is visiting Aveiro has to know that there are two things that you need to eat while you're there. Soft eggs (made from egg-yoke and sugar) Tripas Those that are not from Aveiro may think that "tripas" are the entrails of some animals (tripe), but they're far...

    0 by Hannah , in Where to eat Aveiro, 3 years ago
  • The "Parque Infante D. Pedro" (Park the Infant King Peter)

    Aveiro is considered a green city. It has many green spaces The “Parque Infante Dom Pedro”, better known as “Parque da Macaca”, (Monkey Park) is one of these green spaces. According to some sources, it was commissioned by the Franciscan friars in 1862 and...

    0 by Hannah , in What to see Aveiro, 3 years ago
  • Barra Beach

    What can you do on a hot day during your holidays? That's right, there's nothing better than a trip to the beach. I'm going to talk about an excellent beach that belongs to my list of favourite beaches, Barra Beach! I tend to go to Barra Beach because it's in Aveiro...

    0 by Hannah , in What to do Aveiro, 3 years ago

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