Porto Blues Fest took place at the Palácio de Cristal gardens on the weekend of 26 and 27 May 2017. We’re all wanting impatiently for next year’s edition!
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Classy is the first word that will come to your mind when you walk through the doors of Baixa Bar, in downtown Porto. The second is “UAU!”
The first greek restaurant in Porto. This is where you want to go for delicious Greek food and Porto-like service. Totally recommended!
Vandoma flea street market is a must-see in Porto where you can find everything. Make sure your stay in the city includes a Saturday!
Mercearia das Flores is a up-to-date grocery, filled with your favorite and artisans products, ranging from Portuguese and organic foods.
For 50 years this shop has been selling all the colourful things related to sewing, knitting and clothing embellishments.
The Pergola of Foz is one of the iconic images of Porto. It’s a large path by the sea where you can go for bicycle ride or simply a romantic walk.
Almada street, in downtown Porto, has been known for its hardware stores. Nowadays is a center of art galleries and vintage shops.
Located in downtown Foz in Porto, Xícara Casa de Chá, this cosy tea house take you back in time while you slip a nice cup of tea.
Located in Foz, it has two great features: delicious pastries and a very cosy room with an amazing view of the ocean. Sit down, relax and enjoy!