Travelling by taxi is probably the most comfortable way to get around in Porto. But be aware that is also the most expensive one!
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The Metro is one of the most common ways for travelling in Porto. With a few different lines, the network covers many areas of the city. Clean and easy!
Travelling by bus in Porto is a budget option and a good choice if you are moving inside or around the city borders. The buses are modern and comfortable.
The first thing Porto inhabitants do when they wake up is to look at the window and check the weather. Enjoy each detail of the city under rain or sun!
Porto with Art lives up to its name and its three floors take you on a journey through the most typical products from the XX century to new talents.
Self-service laundry sotre in downtown Porto. The space is small but the machines are enough to all your clothes. Detergent, softener and disinfectant are included.
They claim to have the best and oldest eclairs in town, and they are probably right! This is one of the best sweet secrets of Porto.
This store is like a hymn to analogue photography. It’s located on Rua do Almada, a street full of interest places.
This amazing address of comics in Porto is not only a nice place to buy some old editions but also an enjoyable location to add to your “museums” list.
From Germany, to United States or Netherlands, Porto is the final destination of some of the unique garments on sale at this second hand vintage store.