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Best things to do in Porto

Bookstore
“The most famous bookshop in Portugal, known worldwide for its unique design and beautiful staircase. Harry Potter fans will love to visit it as it served of inspiration to the writer for her books. We recommend you visit it int he morning!”
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Monument / Landmark
“Church with huge tower! Prepare to climb 230 stair steps and be amazed with the view”
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Park
“We call it the city park, it is the biggest park in Porto district and in the Summer is know for hosting several music events and great place to make a picnic in a sunny afternoon.”
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Garden
“A very spacious park with wonderful views for the Douro river and you can eventually run into a peacock walking around freely in the nature. Look for the small tower, that´s where you will have the best view, speacially on sunsets.”
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Kafé
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“Café histórico no centro da cidade Invicta! Ideal para fazer um intervalo dos passeios, tomar algo e relaxar! :)”
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Concert Hall
“Modern Archituture Beatiful Place, Great Café with good music and atmosphere”
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Art Museum
“Il y a régulièrement des expos qui m'intéressent. Le parc est magnifique, je ne manque jamais l'occasion d'aller y prendre un café avec un bon bouquin. Ma fille de 11 ans aime y rencontrer les animaux. ”
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Market
“Most famous market in the city, you will find everything made in Porto. *Right now it's closed for renovation, moved just across the street to a place called La Vie*”
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Vinbar
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“Wonder around the tiny streets or grab a drink during the afternoon and chill with a beautiful view to the Douro river. Lots of animation ”
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Sandwichsted
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“This is where locals fo and eat the famous "Sandes de Pernil" (Roasted Pork Sandwich). One by one, pork legs are slowly roasted in the huge oven in the kitchen behind the bar of Casa Guedes. They are then served directly from the roasting tray by the owner himself, Mr. Cesar, who expertly slices the meat before placing it on the bread and moistening it with its own gravy.”
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Bridge
“The Dom Luís I Bridge, or Luís I Bridge, is a double-deck metal arch bridge that spans the River Douro between the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia in Portugal. At its construction, its 172 metres span was the longest of its type in the world”
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Portuguese Restaurant
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“Porto's best gastronomic product (Francesinha) is famous in here. A must try!”
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Food Court
“Market with all sorts of restaurants inside for every taste! On saturdays, there's live music so make sure you go early to save a table”
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