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Holiday rental apartments in Porto

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GuestReady - Porto de Rio 2.2

Enjoy your stay in the beautiful Great Standard Room with a View of Douro !

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GuestReady - MusicHall - Moulin Rouge

## Space Welcome! Practical and conveniently located 1 bedroom flat with all amenities for a comfortable stay. Centrally located to enjoy all the...

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GuestReady - Miragaia Stone Studio 1F

Bright and tastefully furnished, this is the ideal home for guests who want to explore Porto’s top attractions!

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Casa da Madorninha
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GuestReady - Costa Cabral Guesthouse Room 4
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Kitchnette Studio in Porto's Downtown II
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Casa da Madorninha Bedroom #2
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Attic suite with incredible view
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Corner Room Paraíso
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House of BebeDouro
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GuestReady - Riverview Douro Balcony
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Porto Historical Centre
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GuestReady - Flower´s House 2
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St. John's Alley of Poetry and Imaginary Cats
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Madorninha House Room # 3

Pet-friendly apartments

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GuestReady - TOPMAST/ INNVICT River Views!
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GuestReady - MAINSAIL/ INNVICT River Views
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I love Tokyo Apartment -Porto city
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GuestReady - ADMIRAL/ INNVICT River Views
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1 bedroom apartment bolhão market red
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Stunning flat & building on the most artsy street
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Your FLAT in Oporto
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Your Apartment in Oporto center
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Baixa 24 - P3L - Double Studio Historic Center
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Delightful Aprtmnt in a Awarded building + Centre
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Oporto Blue Almada - Deluxe Downtown Flat
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CLÉRIGOS BLUE (Double Small Studio)

Apartments with kitchens

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Torrinha Cozy Flat
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GuestReady - Charming Tree
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GuestReady - The Blue Door Loft
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Baixa24 - City Center Private Sun Deck Apt Room 2
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Ehouse Taipas D
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GuestReady - Port Studio 4
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GuestReady - La Maison Aires Gouveia 2
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GuestReady - Crayon Walls Balcony
SUPERHOST
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C4 Big Room in Oporto (near Casa da Música)
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Casinhas na Baixa - We take care of the details.
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  2. Porto
GuestReady - Bourse Maison
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GuestReady - Porto de Rio 2.1

Your guide to Porto

Welcome to Porto

This gorgeous city of hills and red rooftops represents a heady mix of history and good living. A visit to Porto is about feasting and fun, soaking up the atmosphere and the hazy beauty of a 1,000-year-old urban landscape dotted with colourful waterside mansions, as well as Baroque and Beaux Arts buildings that cling to the hillsides around the mouth of the river. Porto’s historic centre is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, whose standout buildings include the cathedral, many fine churches, and the Neoclassical Stock Exchange Palace; also a UNESCO site is the Monastery of Serra do Pilar, which overlooks the city.

There’s striking modern architecture, too, such as the Casa da Música cultural venue and the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, with a treetop walk and sculpture park. Evenings can be spent hanging out in the cool Baixa neighbourhood, and nibbling your way through the foodie Ribeiro district, where the double-deck-arched Dom Luís I Bridge crosses the Douro River.


How do I get around Porto?

International visitors arrive at Porto Airport (OPO), a few miles northwest of the city centre, connected by the metro and buses, making it easy to get to your accommodation. The lovely old wooden trams that traverse the city are a great way to get around, as are cabs and buses. Other alternative transport methods include boat trips, electric tuk-tuks, and the Gaia cable car, which rises over the historic wine lodges on the south side of the river. Hiring a bike to cycle the beach-fringed coast south of the Douro is a refreshing way to travel. Buses and trains link to nearby cities such as Vigo and Braga, though it’s worth visiting Sao Bento station just to admire the azulejo tiles covering its atrium.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Porto?

Temperatures in the north of Portugal are cooler than in the south, but the weather in Porto is generally lovely all year: chillier and rainier in winter, but with hot summers and warm weather in spring and autumn. Around late September, visitors can join in the grape harvest at the Douro Valley vineyards. June brings the São João street festival, celebrating the saint of lovers with night festivities, fireworks, and bonfires on beaches near the city.

Fans of architecture flock to Porto, home of a highly praised school of architecture, and wonderful buildings. July’s Open House Porto event gives access to some local architectural gems. Other big draws are the Porto International Puppet Festival in October, and an array of food and wine festivals including Essência do Vinho in February.


What are the top things to do in Porto?

Boating the Douro River

The Douro River winds through gorgeous countryside, natural parks, and the Douro Wine Region Valley, one of the oldest demarcated winemaking regions in the world. A voyage by boat is an idyllic way to reach its vineyards, quintas, and charming wine-growing villages. Going on the historic train line is a fun alternative.

Quarteirão das Artes

The streets around Rua Miguel Bombarda are considered an arts block, and the ideal area for checking cutting-edge art and design — and to see and be seen doing it. There are many little galleries here, fashion stores, and cool cafes worth your attention.

Eat a francesinha

This spicy, meaty local confection is considered one of the world’s best sandwiches, made with pork, smoked sausage, bacon, steak, and a fried egg on a doorstep-sized slice of bread, smothered in rich cheesy sauce. Typically served with a pile of fries and a cold beer, francesinha can be found all over the city, with each venue touting its secret sauce recipes. Pack an appetite!