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  • Cálem

    Porto and Lisbon are two of the most visited cities by tourists in Portugal, and, although Lisbon is the country's capital, Porto has an unrivalled magic and charm to it. Without a shadow of a doubt, all of this gives the city a certain something that makes very few...

    0 by Lottie, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Porto, one year ago
  • Pilot Design Hostel & Bar

    I recently visited the city of Porto and had an unforgettable experience. This had been the very first time I visited Portugal. I was very excited as I’ve heard many good things about it such as its food, culture, architecture, history and more. After I booked my...

    0 by Michael, in What to do Porto, one year ago
  • Santa Francesinha

    This venue was a very recently visited one and I thought it’d be worthy of a mention. I was travelling around Porto for a couple of days and enjoyed all the great sights and ancient points around the city. The city has much history to offer and I highly recommend you...

    0 by Michael, in Where to eat Porto, one year ago
  • Sé do Porto

    Porto is a catholic city, therefore, like many others, it has a cathedral. Also known as Sé, in portuguese, the church is located in the historic center of the city and it is a must see in town. Sé do Porto is one of the oldest churches in portugal and represents...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Jardim do Morro

    Porto is a very beautiful city with many touristic attractions and many places to visit. The most famous place is Ribeira, the historical center of Porto, from where you can see the Douro River and Vila Nova de Gaia. Nevertheless, my favourite viewpoint of the city is...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • University of Porto

    Porto is the second biggest city in Portugal and it has the second biggest and best university in the country as well: University of Porto. With more than a hundred years of tradition, the university is among the 300 best in the world ranking. It is a public university...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Igreja do Carmo

    Portugal is known for its catholic culture as well for its blue and white tiles (not to mention the portuguese cuisine). In Igreja do Carmo (or Carmo's church in English) you'll find both things together.  It is a church with a side facade covered in tiles that tell...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • São Bento station

    If you're going to Porto by train, you will probably arrive at São Bento railway station, the most central station in the city. Besides the great location, the station is also really beautiful, with 19th century architecture and portuguese tiles, it is a great way to...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Palacio de Cristal

    Once you go to Porto you want everybody to know that you've been to such a beautiful city. The best place to capture your stay there is Jardins do Palacio de Cristal (or Cristal Palace Garden), where you'll find a big "Porto" sign to take a great picture. Besides the...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Praça da Liberdade

    Like many european cities, Porto has many squares. The most important one, however, is Praça da Liberdade (or Liberty square, in English). It is located in the heart of the city and it is surrounded by the greatest monuments of Porto.  Right in the middle of it...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Clerigos

    From almost every place in Porto you'll be able to see Torre dos Clérigos (or Cleric's tower). It is the most emblematic monument of Porto's landscape and it is also very important to history. It is not only a tower, but also a big church that used to be the...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Capela das Almas

    Portugal is known for its white and blue tiles that you find in houses, furniture and most of all in architecture. Capela das Almas (or Soul's chapel in English) is a great place to admire this art.  It is covered in typical portuguese tiles that tell the story of...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Rua Santa Catarina

    Every tourist city has a street (or neighbourhood) where the visitors can do shopping, watch musicians play for money, eat and enjoy the place. In Porto, that place is Santa Catarina street.  Filled with souvenir and clothing shops and cafés, the street is the...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Mercado do Bolhão

    Visiting a place is not only about going to monuments, museums and walking on the streets, it's also about learning and living the local culture, and you can do that eating. Porto is a city with many typical food, such as Francesinha (a sandwich with lots of ham,...

    0 by Ethel, in Where to eat Porto, one year ago
  • Ribeira

    If you look for pictures of Porto online you'll probably find pictures of Ribeira. That's because it's the most beautiful place in the city. Right beside Douro river, Ribeira is a very historic place in Porto, where the boats would bring goods and products from all...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Livraria Lello

    Even if you not much into reading I'm sure you'll love Livraria Lello & Irmão in Porto. It was ellected one of the most beautiful libraries in the world and it sure is. That's what attracts so many visitors. So many that in order to get in, you'll probably face a...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Porto, one year ago
  • Bookstore where J.K Rowling wrote Harry Potter!

    Yes, I visited book store where J. K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter! That's why I have some tips for all of you about this place. Before entering you have to go buy a ticket (5 euros). Keep your ticket, because if you buy some book there you will have -5 euro...

    0 by Paulina, in What to see Porto, 2 years ago
  • Duas de Letras

    Very nice and cozy place, with wonderful coffee and delicious healthy meals! I tried several varieties of their daily menu for lunch and can highly recommend it. It's a also a great deal of money for students, to have something fresh while studying. They also let you...

    0 by Veronika, in Where to eat Porto, 2 years ago
  • Queima das Fitas

    My fellow erasmus buddys, if you're coming to Porto in May there's certainly one event you can not miss! And that is... QUEIMA DAS FITAS! I can't even tell you how much fun our Academic Federation (FAP) provides in this entire week! Let's start with the concerts: mainly...

    0 by Joana, in Erasmus party Porto, 2 years ago
  • Baixa Burger

    Guys, I don't know if you have ever visited Porto or not, but if you haven't you totally should! We are the Best European Destination of 2017! Not only is this town amazing and magical, but it contains so many delicious places to eat! And I'm about to introduce you to...

    0 by Joana, in Where to eat Porto, 2 years ago

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