Things to do in porto
What to do in Porto Portugal today?
25 Best Things to Do in Porto (Portugal) 1 1. Cais da Ribeira. Source: flickr Cais da Ribeira. 2 2. Serralves Museum & Villa. 3 3. Luís I Bridge. 4 4. Church of São Francisco. 5 5. Palácio da Bolsa. More items
Where to go for a night out in Portugal?
After this wonderful moment, there are several places where people can go to enjoy what’s left of a long night. Many are those who go to the riverbanks, to the Ribeira of Porto or Gaia, and spend joyful moments there in the company of family or friends.
What to do in Foz do Porto?
You can end your visit to Foz do Porto with a stroll to Douro quay lighthouses or take the opportunity to enjoy the small but beautiful beaches in this area.
What to do in Porto without drinking alcohol?
The promenade has a lovely atmosphere too so even if you don’t drink or enjoy Porto you can still take a stroll in this lively area, get something to eat and listen to live music.
What to do in Foz do Douro Porto?
Mercado da Foz: Foz’s famous local market hall, with everything from fresh fish, fruit, and veggies to hot foods like burgers, pasties, and even local specialties like brigadeiros (Brazilian chocolate-caramel bonbons). As you can tell, I absolutely loved Foz do Douro and am so happy I included it in my Porto itinerary.
What is there to do in Foz?
Foz’s famous local market hall has piles of fresh fish, fruit and vegetables, and also hot takeaway food, including delicious veal pasties, burgers and hot dogs. There’s also a stall specialising in brigadeiros (Brazilian chocolate-caramel bonbons). Drop in, fill your boots, repeat.
What to do in Porto?
To fully discover Porto and its history you must go to Foz do Douro. There are daily guided tours of the building. Get a breathtaking view over Gaia and Ribeira. Many beautiful beaches await you in the region. Cross the bridge and enjoy the view on Porto!
What are the best restaurants in Porto?
Pedro Lemos: the most famous Michelin star-awarded restaurant in Porto. Mercado da Foz: Foz’s famous local market hall, with everything from fresh fish, fruit, and veggies to hot foods like burgers, pasties, and even local specialties like brigadeiros (Brazilian chocolate-caramel bonbons).