Located in the Arts District in Porto, this coffee house is much more than that. It’s a bookstore, a cultural hub and a place where you can enjoy poetry readings or cosy concerts.
If billiards are your game and you’re in town, Café Aviz is a place to visit and meet friends. Have a francesinha on the sidewalk tables and then go for the game!
This bar has an amazing location by the river! Peter Café Sport keeps the fame of the great gin&tonic and many say it is the best in Porto.
Located just in the heart of the city, this traditional confectionery is one of the most revered commercial spots of Porto.
Possibly being the most famous caffe in Porto, it has been the meeting point for students and teachers, locals and foreigners, friends and lovers.
This cafe/bar in Cedofeita is the perfect mix between something old and something new. There’s a terrace on the back open all year round!
Open since 1899 in downtown Porto, it still serves drip coffee and, rumor has it, has the best toasts in town! Here, everybody has a place and a smile!
Located in Carlos Alberto square this is one of the most famous cafes in town. Try the “pregos” and the small portions of lupin beans that go with the perfect draft beer!
Located in Porto’s main avenue, Guarany is a cafe where you’ll find history but you will also meet the young thinkers and writers.
This is a special cafe bookshop in downtown Porto. Why is it so special? Because it’s cosy, artsy and you can find books to buy on the shelves.