Book flights to Porto and raise a glass to a wonderful city break. Porto is fortified with far more loveliness than just its eponymous sweet wine, and it’s a delightful place to spend a weekend. Sit on the banks of the Rio Duomo and sip a glass of port as you look at the colorful muddle of buildings along the waterfront, lit up at night like floating candles, and you’ll begin to see what makes Porto special. If you feel like venturing further afield, a Duoro Valley cruise (with wine tasting, of course) is a wonderful way to spend a day. Book flights to Porto with Ryanair!
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In Porto there are so much to see and do and its beautiful surroundings are spectacular. Below you will find tips on where to go and visit the port wine caves, markets and museums.
Porto Cathedral

The Porto Cathedral was built around 1110 and is located in the historical centre of the city. This is one of Porto’s oldest monuments and one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Portugal. This is a defining landmark of the city and it resembles a grand fortress overlooking the city. It is definitely worth visiting for the views, which stretch across the old historic part of the city to the sea.

​Address: Terreiro da Sé, Porto​Website: www.diocese-porto.pt
Ribeira

The “Riverbank” quarter of the city is where you can explore the winding streets of the historic heart of the city and where the dark shadowy paths contrast with the bright colourful facades of many of the buildings. This is a great place to venture into during the day and at night when the array of restaurants and nightclubs open their doors.

​Address: Ribeira, Porto
Torre Dos Clerigos

Torre Dos Clerigos is an 18th-century tower built by the Italian artist Niccolo Nazzoni, stretching 75-feet in the air, which makes for some fantastic views once you make it up the 240-step climb to the top. Nazzoni also chose to be buried in the Baroque church at the foot of the tower.

​Address: Rua Sao Filpe Neri, Porto​Phone: +351 222 001 729​Website: www.torredosclerigos.pt
Port Wine Caves at Vila Nova De Gaia

Across the Douro River, you can visit the port wine caves of Vila Nova de Gaia and sample some of the region’s famous Port wine. There are over fifty wine companies found in the area with their wine lodges offering organised tours and tasting sessions. The privately owned English wine company, Taylors, is a recommended lodge.

​Address: Rua do Choupelo nº 250, Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto​Phone: +351 223 742 800​Website: www.taylor.pt
Bolhao Market

Here you will find a bright and vibrant open-air market full of fresh produce such as olives, cheese and freshly baked bread. It is a great way to start the day, taking in the atmosphere and picking up some food for a long day of sightseeing.

​Address: Rua Fernandes Tomás, Porto
Soares dos Reis National Museum

At the Soares dos Reis National Museum you can immerse yourself in 19th- and 20th-century Portuguese painting and sculpture. After the visit you can enjoy a coffee in the café.

​Address: Rua Dom Manuel II 44, Porto​Phone: +351 22 339 37 70​Website: www.museusoaresdosreis.pt
Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art

If modern art is more to your taste then this museum offers some of the best collections featuring contemporary Portuguese painters and sculptors. There are also some contributions from internationally known artists such as Warhol and Pollock.

​Address: Rua D. João de Castro 210, Porto​Phone: +351 22 615 65 00​Website: www.serralves.com
Bike Tour

Cycling is definitely one of the best ways to see the city. BlueDragon arrange city tours by bike and during the tour you will get both historical and useful information in a very fun way. They also have Segway tours if you would like to try something different.

​Address: Avenida Gustavo Eiffel, 280, Porto​Phone: +351 22 202 23 75 ​Website: www.bluedragon.pt​More info: Shop BlueDragon
Pedro Pitões Tower

This tower is also called ‘Torre da Cidade' (Tower of the City). This medieval tower was discovered during the demolition work of the 1940’s and was reconstructed 15 meters from its original position.

​Address: Calçada D. Pedro Pitões, 15, Porto
Nova Sintra Park

Nova Sintra Park is one of the largest green spaces in Porto. The garden was built in 1932 and is a very peaceful park where you can enjoy botanical diversity, 40 species of trees, fountains, many alleys and the Duoro River runs here.

​Address: Rua do Barão de Nova Sintra, 275, Porto
Port Wine Museum

The port wine is one of the most famous local products of Porto and globally celebrated for its quality. If you are interested in the history of this drink and would like to learn more about it then you should definitely visit the Port Wine Museum.

​Address: Rua de Monchique, 45/52, Porto​Phone: +351 222 076 300
Yellow City Cruises

This bus takes you on a tour around the cities of Porto, Vila Nova de Gaia and Matosinhos. It is an open-top bus with audio guide. It takes around 50 minutes.

​Phone: +351 222 000 045​Website: www.yellowbustours.com​More info: Departure location: Gaol and Court
Aveiro

Aveiro is known as the Venice of Portugal, located about 25 kilometres south of Porto. This town is surrounded by beaches, lagoons and the beautiful canals that run through the town. It is easy to reach Aveiro by train, in fact several trains leave from Porto to Aveiro each day and the journey takes about an hour.

​Address: Aveiro, Portugal​Website: www.cm-aveiro.pt
Stock Exchange Palace

The Stock Exchange Palace is also known as Palacio da Bolsa and is one of the most appreciated tourist sights of Porto. Construction of this palace started in 1842 and was completed some 30 years later. Here you can gaze on the palace beautiful halls and admire the neoclassical style. It has been classified as World Heritage by UNESCO.

​Address: Rua Ferreira Borges, Porto​Phone: +351 223 399 000​Website: www.palaciodabolsa.pt
Estádio do Dragão

If you like football, head over to this place for a guided stadium tour. Estádio do Dragão is the home arena for FC Porto. On this tour you will see the presidential box, changing rooms and dugouts. Estádio do Dragão is estimated to have cost €98 million. The tour takes about 45 minutes.

​Address: Via Futebol Clube do Porto, Porto​Phone: +351 225 083 300​Website: www.fcporto.pt
Sao Francisco Church

Sao Francisco Church has one of Europe's most amazing and extravagant interior; it is completely covered in gold. Outside it looks like an ordinary 14th century Gothic and Baroque construction but very beautiful and special inside. It is selected as one of UNESCO's World Heritage. This is a must see tourist attraction.

​Address: Largo de São Francisco, Porto​Phone: +351 22 206 2100​Website: www.ordemsaofrancisco.pt
Ponte D. Luis I

Ponte D. Luis I is one of Porto's most famous landmarks. The bridge link Porto to Gaia and is well worth a visit, especially after dark.

​Address: Ponte D. Luis I, Porto
Church of Santa Clara

The Santa Clara Church was built in 1416 and is located in Largo 1 de Dezembro. This old convent is well worth a visit if you like different architectural styles like Gothic and Renaissance.

​Address: Largo do 1 Dezembro, Porto​Phone: +351 22 205 48 37
Rail Station Sao Bento

This French Beaux-Arts rail station designed by Jose Marques da Silva is truly beautiful. The station was built during the 16th century, but a reconstruction was completed in 1916.

​Address: Praca Almeida Garrett, Porto
Funicular dos Guindais

The Funicular dos Guindais operates to and from the top between Batalha and Ribiera. It saves you the walk and gives you a few minutes of beautiful views, especially during sunset.

​Address: Ribiera and Batalha, Porto​Website: www.metrodoporto.pt
The people of Porto managed to acquire the name ‘tripeiros’ or tripe eaters after they shipped all their fine cuts of meat to feed their armies and traders adventuring across the seas in the 15th-century. However, nowadays there is a lot more on the menus than just offal, and much port to wash it down with. Being on the coast, seafood restaurants are both ubiquitous and delicious. The city also has a good array of Brazilian inspired restaurants, reflecting its former colonial links with the South American country. The ‘Rodizios’ or Brazilian barbecues are a carnivore’s heaven!
Chez Lapin

Rustic cosy and highly recommended restaurant serving meals such as roast octopus and other Portuguese specialities. Enjoy your dinner out on the pleasant outdoor terrace.

​Address: Rua dos Canastreiros, 40-42, Porto​Phone: +351 222 006 418​Website: www.douroacima.pt
Churrascão Gaúcho

This is a Brazilian typical restaurant with South American influenced dishes and an excellent range of seafood and grilled fish. Other specialities are Meat Rodízio and meats in the live and cool Caipirinha.

​Address: Avenida da Boavista, 313, Porto​Phone: +351 22 609 82 06​Website: www.churrascoes.pt
ODE Porto Wine House

The ODE Porto Wine House is very nice restaurant, small, cosy and romantic. Their dishes are based on high quality organic food from local products. It is located in the historic part of Porto.

​Address: Largo do Terreiro, 7, Porto ​Phone: +351 913 200 010
O Paparico

This restaurant is very popular and very gorgeous inside. They serve typical Portuguese food and the presentation is fantastic, the service likewise.

​Address: Rua de Costa Cabral 2343, Porto ​Phone: +351 225 400 548​Website: www.opaparico.com
Yeatman's Restaurant

This elegant restaurant is located inside the Yeatman Hotel and offers a Michelin-star menu. Here you can relish in contemporary Portuguese cuisine in a very sophisticated restaurant with an amazing city view. This will truly be an inspiring dining experience.

​Address: Rua do Choupelo, Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto​Phone: +351 22 013 3100​Website: www.the-yeatman-hotel.com​More info: Yeatman Hotel
Book Restaurante

This unique and interesting restaurant is located in downtown Porto. It used to be a bookstore which you will notice in the décor; they have kept the shelves and some books. If you like Portuguese and Mediterranean comfort food you can head over to this place.

​Address: Rua de Aviz, 10, Porto​Phone: +351 91 795 33 87​Website: www.restaurante-book.com
Shis

Shis is a fusion restaurant that offers an excellent mix of Portuguese and Mediterranean dishes together with Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is facing the beach and features a terrace where you can enjoy your delicious food and perhaps catch the sunset, hence very romantic!

​Address: Esplanada Castelo, Foz Do Douro, Porto​Phone: +351 226 189 593​Website: www.shisrestaurante.com
Cafeína

Even though it is over a decade-old, Cafeína continues to be one of the most talked about restaurants in Porto. This classical restaurant has an elegant decor and is located in a 19th century manor house. On the menu you will find dishes like leg of pork with black beer sauce and salmon “Mi Cuit” with fennel mousseline and wok vegetables.

​Address: Rua do Padrão, 100, Porto​Phone: +351 226 108 059​Website: www.cafeina.pt
Praia da Luz

This restaurant is beautifully located by the sea and offers an amazing view of the Atlantic. The atmosphere is relaxing and comfortable. You will find a varied menu with meat, fish and vegetarian meals.

​Address: Rua Coronel Raúl Peres, Porto​Phone: +351 22 617 32 34​Website: www.praiadaluz.pt
Al Forno Baixa

Al Forno Baixa is a casual and chic restaurant, located in the heart of the city centre. The restaurant is well-known for its delicious food and tasteful interior design. All dishes are made from organic ingredients. On the menu you will find dishes like fresh pasta pappardelle with duck and mushroom, ravioli, risottos, pizzas and plenty of traditional Portuguese dishes.

​Address: Rua de Rodrigues Sampaio, 156, Porto​Phone: +351 22 202 10 49​Website: www.alfornobaixa.com.pt
Lagosta da Mauritânia

Lagosta da Mauritânia is a seafood restaurant located beside the S.João Hospital. On the menu you can find tasty fresh seafood and fish dishes, good quality food in a very friendly environment.

​Address: Estrada Exterior da Circunvalação, Porto​Phone: +351 22 551 12 31​Website: www.restaurantemauritania.com
Foz Velha

You will find Foz Velha in the Foz district and the restaurant is located in a centuries-old manor house. The décor inside is classic and sophisticated and they offer high quality food. The menu provides contemporary, International and Portuguese cuisine.

​Address: Esplanada do Castelo, 141, Foz do Douro, Porto ​Phone: +34 22 615 41 78 ​Website: www.fozvelha.com
Campo Alegre

Campo Alegre offers Portuguese and African food in a small and welcoming restaurant. A charming place to enjoy typical cooking from the Alentejo region. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list with 170 different wines.

​Address: Rua do Campo Alegre, 416, Porto​Phone: +351 22 609 73 28​Website: www.campoalegre.eu
There are many pleasant cafés in Porto where you can get a refreshing drink or coffee. Snack-wise, most cafés will serve you a ‘francesinha,’ which is a cholesterol-full delicacy made from meat, bread and cheese finished off with some spicy sauce.
Café Majestic

This is claimed to be not just any café. Majestic is an essential stop on any visitor’s sightseeing itinerary. First founded in 1921, it still retains the original flamboyant glamour of the roaring 1920’s, decadently decorated with marble walls, cherubs and gilded mirrors.

​Address: Rua Santa Catarina 112, Porto​Phone: +351 22 200 38 87​Website: www.cafemajestic.com
Centro Comercial Via Catarina

This is ideal if you are in a hurry or have a hankering for a hamburger or a pizza. Head to the fourth floor of the shopping centre for a selection of cafés and fast food outlets.

​Address: Rua de Santa Catarina, 312 a 350, Porto​Phone: +351 22 207 56 00​Website: www.viacatarina.pt
Café Guarany

Café Guarany is known as the musician’s café. This is due to the artistic atmosphere that has existed since its founding in 1933.

​Address: Avenida dos Aliados 89/85, Porto​Phone: +351 22 332 12 72​Website: www.cafeguarany.com
Café Progresso

This is one of the oldest cafés in the city and it dates back to 1899. Here you can enjoy very good pastries in a cosy atmosphere, they also serve delicious breakfasts.

​Address: Rua Actor João Guedes, 5, Porto​Phone: +351 22 332 26 47​Website: www.cafeprogresso.net
Praia Da Luz

Praia Da Luz is a beachside café and restaurant in Foz do Douro. It offers everything from pancakes for breakfast, afternoon tea and even midnight snacks. In the winter visitors can eat in front of a log fire.

​Address: Avenida do Brasil, Foz, Porto​Phone: +351 22 617 32 34​Website: www.praiadaluz.pt
Lais de Guia

This is a beachside café/bar in Matosinhos with friendly and efficient service. Here they also serve meals and sandwiches.

​Address: Av. Norton de Matos, Matosinhos, Porto​Phone: +351 22 938 14 28 ​Website: www.laisdeguia.com
Confeitaria Tavi

The Confeitaria Tavi could be the best café and pastry shop in the Foz do Douro suburb. Overlooking the ocean, you can just sit down in one of their lovely armchairs and enjoy your coffee. They also offer free WiFi.

​Address: Rua Senhora da Luz, 363, Porto​Website: www.tavi.pt
In central Porto the liveliest place to head for drinks is Ribeira, the vibrant historic heart of the city, also a popular haunt for students. For a flavour of traditional Portugal, head to a Fado bar where you can hear a form of Portuguese blues, with melancholic artists singing of lost loves and regrets. The distinction between bar and nightclub in Porto is slightly blurred with most bars being open to the early hours of the morning. But if you want to dance the hours away, Porto definitely has enough to cater for all tastes, from traditional ‘Fado’ evenings to dance clubs in converted warehouses.
Pipa Velha Petisqueira

Pipa Velha Petisqueira is one of the oldest bars in the city. It has been open in the city’s central part since 1981. The walls are decorated with old posters and newspapers on Porto’s history. The music is a blend of alternative rock and indie.

​Address: Rua das Oliveiras, 75/77, Porto​Phone: +351 222 082 025
Estado Novo

This is a very popular club for serious clubbers found in a converted warehouse in the Matosinhos suburb. Here you will have a lot of space for dancing.

​Address: Rua Sousa Arosa 722, Porto​Opening hours: Thu-Sat: 11.30 pm-7 am
Clube 3C

The popular Clube 3C is located in Clérigos field and turns into a trendy bar at midnight. This place is often visited by famous DJ’s.

​Address: Rua de Cândido dos Reis, 18, Porto​Phone: +351 222 018 247
Candelabro

This bar was renovated in 2009 and is intimate and cosy. It looks like an old library with shelves filled with books and photographs on the walls. The atmosphere is cosy with a pleasant light and soft music.

​Address: Rua da Conceição, 3, Porto​Website: www.cafecandelabro.blogspot.com
Plano B

Plano B is a very popular nightclub, maybe even the most popular in town when it comes to live music and DJ gigs. It also has art exhibitions quite often that attract a young audience with an aesthetic interest.

​Address: Rua Cândido dos Reis, 30, Clérigos, Porto​Website: www.planobporto.net
Breyner85

Breyner85 is a very cosy place with jam sessions, board games, quiz nights and karaoke for the brave. This is a great place to spend an evening in the company of good old friends.

​Address: Rua do Breyner N85, Porto​Phone: +351 936 440 865​Website: www.breyner85.com
The Wall Bar

This is claimed to be a must-go and one of the best bars downtown. This place has great cocktails, good music and friendly staff. Pay attention to the cool bar wall.

​Address: Rua Cândido dos Reis, 90, Porto​Phone: +351 222 086 557​Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 3 pm-4 am
Hot Five Jazz & Blues Club

If you are into jazz and blues you can head down to Hot Five Jazz & Blues Club. This intimate place has a buzzing atmosphere and you can find in right in the heart of Porto.

​Address: Largo Actor Dias, 51, Porto​Phone: +351 934 328 583​Website: www.hotfive.eu
Baxia Bar

Baixa closes at 4 am in the night, or morning for some people, which gives you enough time to have a good time. This cosy, fun bar is buzzing and you can find it downtown. For hot summers nights you can also enjoy a drink outside.

​Address: Rua Candido dos Reis, 52, Porto​Phone: +351 222 015 855​Website: www.baixa.pt
Passos Manuel

Passos Manuel is an old movie theatre with original Art Deco elements. This is where you can go to enjoy live bands, DJ's and theatre performances.

​Address: Rua Passos Manuel, 137, Porto​Phone: +351 222 034 121​Website: www.passosmanuel.net
Zenith Lounge

On the top of the Ipanema Park Hotel you can find the Zenith Lounge. Here you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city accompanied by dancing and a colourful drink in the sunset.

​Address: Rua de Serralves, 124, Porto​Website: www.hfhotels.com
LABIRINTHO bar

For all culture vultures there is the LABIRINTHO bar that attracts a mixed clientele. This is not only a bar, but also an art gallery, perfect for both early and late parties.

​Address: Rua Nossa Senhora de Fatima, 334, Porto​Phone: +351 226 007 023​Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 10 pm-4 am
OPO Club & Lounge

OPO is where it all happens, day and night. However, the days at OPO are not so wild, but still perfect for a meal and drink. At night you can dance under the stars to the beats of guest DJ's.

​Address: Avenida Ramos Pinto loja 720, Gaia, Porto​Phone: +351 910 430 782​Website: www.opoclub.com
Pitch Club

Cool and retro, these are two words that represent the Pitch Club. This is claimed to be the coolest club in town and it offers possibilities for both relaxing and dancing. They also host different events.

​Address: Rua Passos Manuel, 34, Porto​Phone: +351 22 201 23 49​Website: www.pitch-club.com
Industria

Reggae, electro, house... At Industria you can listen to it all. This trendy place has an ideal location by the ocean and attracts a big crowd who wants to dance. See website for upcoming events.

​Address: Avenida do Brasil, 843, Porto​Phone: +351 220 962 935​Website: www.industria-club.com
O meu mercedes e maior que o teu

The name might be hard to understand if you do not know how to speak French, but it actually means "My Mercedes is bigger than yours". This cosy bar features live bands, and has hosted bands like Massive Attack.

​Address: 30, Rua da Lada, Porto​Phone: +351 222 082 151​Website: www.omeumercedes.com
Instalação

The Instalação nightclub is claimed to be the coolest and hottest bar in Porto. Its modern interior, designed by José Carlos Cruz Arquitecto, makes it the perfect place for a party.

​Address: Rua Conde Vizela, 89, Porto​Phone: +351 917 363 287​Opening hours: Fri-Sat: 10 pm-6 am
Mal Cozinhado

The Mal Cozinhado is a restaurant that later at night turns into a late-night hot spot. Here you will find a lot of people drinking beer and listening to folkloric musicians.

​Address: Rua do Outeirinho, 13, Porto​Phone: +351 22 208 13 19​Website: www.malcozinhado.pt
Caverna Bar

Caverna Bar is great for all metal fans. This is claimed to be the only true metal bar in the city, so if you are interested, you can go there and find out for yourself. They host various types of metal nights.

​Address: Rua de Cedofeita, 170, Porto
The Gin House

If you like gin you will probably like The Gin House. This cosy bar serves, yes you guessed it, gin. You can find it ideally located in downtown Porto.

​Address: Rua Cândido dos Reis, 70, Porto​Phone: +351 962 448 739​Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 6 pm-2 am
Porto’s main shopping street is the pedestrianized Rua de Santa Catarina in the city centre. Usual international brands are found here along with the large Centro Comercial Via Caterina shopping centre. However, the small streets off the main streets are also worth a visit, brimming with independent shops selling fresh bread, cheese or cakes, interspersed with bookstores and traditional shoe stores. Porto’s open-air markets are also worth a visit to get a taste of daily Portuguese life. The most well-known market, the Mercado do Bolhao runs from Monday to Saturday, selling fresh food, spices and flowers in Rua Fernandes Tomas. To pick up local delicacies such as chocolates and sugar almonds, the Arcadia patisserie on Rua do Almada, 63, is worth a look, as could A Perola do Bolhao on Rua Formosa, 279. Gold jewellery is also another speciality of Portugal, a reflection of its colonial past and its conquests of gold-rich lands of South America. Recommended jewellers are David Rosas, on Avenida de Boavista, and Elysee Joias on Praca Mouzinho de Albuquerque. Pedro A Baptista is also a good option for its collection of antique and modern jewellery.
Bolhao Market

At the Bolhao Market you will find a bright and vibrant open-air market full of fresh produce such as olives, cheese and freshly baked bread. It is a great way to start the day, taking in the atmosphere and picking up some food for a long day of sightseeing.

​Address: Rua Fernandes Tomás, Porto​Phone: +351 223 326 024​Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7 am-5 pm. Sat 7 am-1 pm
Rua de Santa Catarina

Porto’s main shopping street is the pedestrianized Rua de Santa Catarina in the city centre. Usual international brands are found here along with the large Centro Comercial Via Caterina shopping centre.

​Address: Rua de Santa Catarina, Porto
Centro Comercial Via Caterina

At the large Centro Comercial Via Caterina shopping centre you can find many international brands and restaurants. However, the small streets off the main streets are also worth a visit, brimming with independent shops selling fresh bread, cheese or cakes, interspersed with bookstores and traditional shoe stores.

​Address: Rua de Santa Catarina, 312 a 350, Porto​Phone: +351 22 207 56 00​Website: www.viacatarina.pt​Opening hours: 10 am-9 pm
Open-air markets

Porto’s open-air markets are worth a visit to get a taste of daily Portuguese life. You can find everything from flea markets and food markets around the city.

Arcadia Patisserie

To pick up local delicacies such as chocolates and sugar almonds, the Arcadia patisserie on Rua do Almada, 63, is worth a look. This is close to being a chocolate heaven.

​Address: Rua do Almada, 63, Porto​Phone: +351 22 200 15 18​Website: www.arcadia.pt
A Perola do Bolhao

You can also pick up a few local delicacies at A Perola do Bolhao on Rua Formosa, 279. Here you can find cheese, dried fruits, wine and cookies.

​Address: Rua Formosa, 279, Porto​Phone: +351 222 004 009
Jewellery

Gold jewellery is a speciality of Portugal, a reflection of its colonial past and its conquests of gold-rich lands of South America. Recommended jewellers are David Rosas, on Avenida de Boavista, and Elysee Joias on Praca Mouzinho de Albuquerque. Pedro A Baptista is also a good option for its collection of antique and modern jewellery.

Stradivarius

In the same genre as Mango and Zara you find Stradivarius. Racks with the latest fashion wear, together with high heels, ballerinas, scarves and accessories fill the shop.

​Address: Praceta Henrique Moreira Afurada, 244, Porto​Phone: +351 2237 112 10​Website: www.stradivarious.com
Mango

At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to the fabulous cocktail dress to reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here. There are two shops in the city and one of them is located on:

​Address: C.C Dolce Vita Porto, Rua dos Campeões Europeus, 28/198, Porto​Phone: +351 225 02 35 45​Website: www.mango.com
Massimo Dutti

Massimo Dutti has its focus on sophisticated business wear for both men and women. They are famous for their classic and elegant clothes and accessories made of high quality fabrics and leather, but still to affordable prices.

​Address: Galerias Peninsula 4150-146, Porto​Phone: +351 220 129 842​Website: www.massimodutti.com
Zara

This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Porto you can find several outlets. Here you find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.

​Address: Rua Do Bom Sucesso, 100, Porto​Phone: +351 225 430 180​Website: www.zara.com
A Vida Portuguesa

A Vida Portuguesa is paradise for all retro lovers and you can find it on the second floor in an old fabric store. This place is full of retro souvenirs, bags, toys and textiles.

​Address: Rua Galeria de Paris 20 - 1, Porto​Phone: +351 222 022 105​Website: www.avidaportuguesa.com
Portosigns

At Portosigns you can find items like singlets, hats, cork bags and mugs, all with unique designs. It is ideally located in the Ribiera district.

​Address: Rua Infante D. Henrique, 71, Porto​Phone: +351 223 745 436​Website: www.portosigns.pt
Casa Da Guitarra

All music lovers will enjoy Casa Da Guitarra. This musical instruments shop specializes in Portuguese string instruments, perfect if you want to buy something genuine and Portuguese.

​Address: Av. Vímara Peres, 72, Porto​Phone: +351 222 010 033​Website: www.casadaguitarra.pt
O Arco Da Ribeira Gourmet

In the Ribeira area you can find O Arco Da Ribeira Gourmet. This is a good place to try some local specialties like cheese and port wine in a glass of chocolate.

​Address: Cais da Ribeira 18, Porto​Phone: +351 222 083 917​Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 8.30 am-10 pm
Livraria Lello

This beautiful library and bookshop is claimed to be well worth a visit. In fact, they open earlier just so you can take pictures. If you like books and want an unusual book experience you should not hesitate to give this one a try.

​Address: Rua das Carmelitas 144, Porto​Opening hours: Closed on Sundays
Garrafeira do Carmo

At this small shop you can enjoy some if the absolute favourites in Porto... port wine, wine, whiskey and many more. You can buy a bottle or come here for a tasting.

​Address: Rua do Carmo, 17-18, Porto​Phone: +351 222 003 285​Website: www.garrafeiracarmo.com
Mercado Bom Sucesso

Another great place to try some local delicacies it at the large Mercado Bom Sucesso indoor market. Here you can enjoy a lunch or maybe buy a little something to bring home.

​Address: 3 Praca Bom Sucesso, Porto​Phone: +351 22 605 66 10​Website: www.mercadobomsucesso.com
ZONA 6

ZONA 6 does something that is quite unique, they let you record you own music on vinyl. This is most certainly a good find for upcoming DJ's. You can also find CD's and instruments here.

​Address: Rua do Almada, 448, Porto​Phone: +351 22 201 1027​Website: www.zona6.org
Taylor's Port

If you enjoy Port wine, you can visit Taylor's Port. This is one of the oldest Port houses and it offers an informative and interesting tour. Of course you can also try a glass or two.

​Address: Rua do Choupelo 250, Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto​Phone: +351 22 374 2800​Website: www.taylor.pt
Porto Airport

The Porto Airport is called Aeroporto Francisco Sa Carneiro and is situated 11 kilometers north of the city. To reach the airport you can use the lightrail. It departs every 30 minutes. www.metrodoporto.pt From here you can also take buses number 601, 602, 604 and 3M into the city centre. www.stcp.pt There are also shuttle buses and taxis available at the airport. Shuttle www.goinporto.com Getbus getbus.eu Taxi Antral +351 22 5353350 www.antral.pt

​Address: Porto Airport, Porto​Phone: +351 22 943 24 00​Website: www.ana.pt
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