Having a burger in a historical cafe is only possible in Porto’s downtown McDonald’s Imperial restaurant. Enjoy the amazing art deco stained glass windows and the chandeliers!
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Hard Club is a cultural hub in Porto, a few steps away from Ribeira. Concerts, films, exhibitions, literary meetings, you name it. All in a beautiful building dating back to 1885!
The palace a sober building from the 18th century passed, by marriage, to the Viscounts of Balsemão. The city’s coin collection is one of the best and largest in the country.
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!
Rumor has it that J.K.Rolling got inspired to write Harry Potter’s adventures in this beautiful bookstore. Plus, Lonely Planet ranked it 3rd in the most beautiful bookstores in the world!
This square, known as “Rotunda da Boavista”, is a central park that serves as a meeting point to many streets and avenues in Porto.
This historic symbolism sculpture pays tribute to the tragedy of “Bridge of Boats”. Learn all about this here.
The former Stock Exchange house in Porto is a 19th century building and is now mainly used for major events. Find here a great mix of artistic styles.
These churches look like the biggest church in the city. In fact, they are two churches separated by a very narrow house.
Right in the middle of Ribeira, House of the Prince is Porto’s ancient Custom House and old residence of the King’s of Portugal senior officials.