Listed as Unesco’s World Heritage, Ribeira is the most famous place in Porto. Enjoy the river, the labyrinthine narrow streets and the picturesque houses.
Miragaia is one of the nicest neighborhoods in Porto filled with colorful houses on an ancient beach that served as a medieval shipyard.
Aliados avenue is a good place for a monumental and relaxing promenade in Porto. On sunny warm days I cannot help to sit outside and enjoy life.
Massarelos is a place of contrasts in Porto. The river and sea traditions to the industrial buildings of past centuries and to old aristocracy palaces.
The Sirens’ Palace in Porto has a very troubled story. As you climb the steep stone stairway and marvel at the amazing views, remember its story.
This is a vibrant street where you can feel the cosmopolitan atmosphere in Porto and many alternative art galleries, shops, restaurants and cafes.
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.
This square, known as “Rotunda da Boavista”, is a central park that serves as a meeting point to many streets and avenues in Porto.
Almada street, in downtown Porto, has been known for its hardware stores. Nowadays is a center of art galleries and vintage shops.
This historic symbolism sculpture pays tribute to the tragedy of “Bridge of Boats”. Learn all about this here.