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Porto

What to do

♥ Explore the city with a free walking tour

♥ Gaia: Watch the sunset on the rooftop of Espaço Porto Cruz or at a picnic in Jardim de Morro

♥ Find your favorite Pasteis de Nata spot and learn how to make them

♥ Port wine tasting with a view at Graham’s Port Lodge (book in advance)

♥ Visit the cathedral 

♥  Climb the tower of Igreja de Santo Ildefonso

♥ Buy a book in one of the most famous libraries in the world

♥ Go surfing at Praia de Matosinhos

♥ Drink overpriced espresso and enjoy the atmosphere (Café Majestic)

♥ Go out or listen to the traditional Fado at Rua da Galeria de Paris

♥ Art and Shopping in Cedofeita

♥ Visit the smallest house between two churches

Where to eat

Pastel de Nata (Castro – Atelier de Pastéis de NataManteigaria – Fábrica de Pastéis de Nat)

♥  Vegetarian  (Café Restaurante O Afonso & Brasão Coliseu / Brasão Aliados)

♥ Drinks in a church at Capela Incomum

♥ Vegan & Traditional Portuguese meals at GAO  -> Cheesecake

♥ Cheap, good and cute lunch spot (A Sandeira do Porto)

♥ Veggie Brunch at NOLA KITCHEN -> Shashuka

♥ Fancy traditional food (Tentações no Prato) -> Risotto

♥ Outdoor drinks at BASE

♥ Market hall & street food (Mercado Bom Sucesso  & Mercado Municipal de Gaia)

What you should eat and drink

♥ Pasteis de Nata

♥ Franceshina (Sandwich)

♥  Pasteis de Chaves

♥ Port wine

♥ Bifana (traditional Portuguese pork sandwich)

♥ Broa de Avintes (Bread)

Tripas à Moda do Porto (for brave eaters)

Croissants

 

♥ Cachorrinhos (Porto style hot dogs)

♥ Caldo Verde (Porto green soup)

♥ Tremoços (Lupini beans)

♥ Canned fish

♥ Rissoles (Portuguese empanada)

♥ Vino Verde (Light white wine)

♥ Super Bock (Beer)

♥ Portuguese Sangria

What to do

♥ Explore the city with a free walking tour

♥ Gaia: Watch the sunset on the rooftop of Espaço Porto Cruz or at a picnic in Jardim de Morro

♥ Find tyour favourite Pastei de Nata spot and learn how to make them

♥ Port wine tasting with a view at Graham’s Port Lodge (book in advance)

♥ Visit the cathedral 

♥  Climb the tower of Igreja de Santo Ildefonso

♥ Buy a book in one of the most famous libraries in the world

♥ Go surfing at Praia de Matosinhos

♥ Drink overpriced espresso and enjoy the atmosphere (Café Majestic)

♥ Go out or listen to the traditional Fado at Rua da Galeria de Paris

♥ Art and Shopping in Cedofeita

♥ Visit the smallest house between two churches

Where to eat

Pastel de Nata (Castro – Atelier de Pastéis de NataManteigaria – Fábrica de Pastéis de Nat)

♥  Vegetarian  (Café Restaurante O Afonso & Brasão Coliseu / Brasão Aliados)

♥ Drinks in a church at Capela Incomum

♥ Vegan & Traditional Portuguese meals at GAO  -> Cheesecake

♥ Cheap, good and cute lunch spot (A Sandeira do Porto)

♥ Veggie Brunch at NOLA KITCHEN -> Shashuka

♥ Fancy traditional food (Tentações no Prato) -> Risotto

♥ Outdoor drinks at BASE

♥ Market hall & street food (Mercado Bom Sucesso  & Mercado Municipal de Gaia)

 

What you should eat and drink

♥ Pasteis de Nata

♥ Franceshina (Sandwich)

♥  Pasteis de Chaves

♥ Port wine

♥ Bifana (traditional Portuguese pork sandwich)

♥ Broa de Avintes (Bread)

Tripas à Moda do Porto (for brave eaters)

Croissants

♥ Cachorrinhos (Porto style hot dogs)

♥ Caldo Verde (Porto green soup)

♥ Tremoços (Lupini beans)

♥ Canned fish

♥ Rissoles (Portuguese empanada)

♥ Vino Verde (Light white wine)

♥ Super Bock (Beer)

♥ Portuguese Sangria