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Top garden recommendations from locals

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“These are the most beautiful gardens in Porto, here you have incredible views of the Douro river, city and sea.”
  • 263 locals recommend
Garden
“This beautiful park has several platforms of garden, all facing the river with astonishing views.”
  • 36 locals recommend
Garden
“The Botanic Garden currently comprises a historical garden, a garden of fleshy plants, an area of greenhouses with tropical, subtropical, orchids and fleshy plants, lakes and a park area”
  • 35 locals recommend
Plaza
“The garden of the Rotunda da Boavista, Mouzinho de Albuquerque Square, dates from the beginning of the 19th century and has a formal layout around the Monument to the Heroes of the Peninsular War. It's an emblematic place of the city where you can walk in the shade of the trees, or even rest. There is a lot of commerce around and in St. John and Christmas time the space gets more colour, with fun and popular parties.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Garden
“ Another of the places to visit in Porto, the Botanical Garden is another green space of excellence in this magnificent city.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Garden
“This is the perfect "varanda" to watch the sunset in Porto, while having a glass of wine or a beer. You will fall in love with this place and its views ”
  • 1 local recommends
Sculpture Garden
Plaza
“One of the world's narrowest houses (just 1m wide!) connects the classical Carmelitas Church and the baroque Carmo Church, with its extraordinary side wall all covered in blue and white tiles panels.”
  • 1 local recommends
Plaza
“Located in Praça Carlos Alberto, near Cedofeita street, O Caçula Restaurant is an elegant comfortable and nice space where you can find Portuguese cousine with a contemporary approach.”
  • 1 local recommends
Plaza
“This cafe in the city center has a cozy atmosphere and is becoming hugely popular for its quality, in particular for its coffee, hot chocolate and delicious home made cake.”
  • 1 local recommends
Garden
“If you have an interest in architecture, in this square you'll find a well preserved set of modernist houses from the 1920's, one of the best if not last good examples in Porto. You'll also find one of the "monumental" high schools built during the dictactorship during the 1930's. This square also presents the oldest church in Porto, the XXI century romanic "São Martinho de Cedofeita" church. ”
  • 1 local recommends
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“Sports Pavilion built for the World and European Championships of Hockey in 1952. The stunning surroundings remained, covered with magnificent gardens and sumptuous plants trees.”
  • 1 local recommends