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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Bookshop
“One of the oldest library in europe and inspired J. K. Rowling in the writing of Harry Potter.”
  • 301 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“the most iconic historical building in Porto. Great views from above the tower.”
  • 268 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Windowshopping at Padaria Ribeiro is a bit like watching a tennis match. Head goes right (“I’ll have that sausage roll”); head goes left (“oh, but that passion fruit tartlet looks so delicious”); then right (“what about that whole grain bread?”); then left (“look at those almond tarts”). And the ball keeps bouncing... One thing we can tell you: it’s all good.”
  • 68 locals recommend
Beer Garden
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“Cool bar in a garden filled with grass and olive trees. Ideal for sunny days!”
  • 28 locals recommend
Route
“Its Porto's area where you find reataurants, bars and dance places. Walk through those streets and for sure you will spend a very good night!”
  • 33 locals recommend
Café
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“A place both for food and sightseeing. Reasonable prices and good food. A historical coffee shop for Porto's University students - a place for coffee and conversation; watching football matches; studying; meetings; remembering and celebrating past times as a student.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Beer Bar
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“TThe name is inspired by the French emperor, the owner is German and the concept is similar to an Irish pub. Born out of this mixture of references more than 30 years ago was the classic "Bona" in Foz and now its sibling in the Baixa area. Whether for a hot chocolate or an Erdinger, in the cosy interior or in front of the sea, this is the ideal place to let your hair down after work and enjoy the happy hour from 5-9pm. Praça Guilherme Gomes Fernandes, 40 Porto (Baixa - Clérigos) PHONE: 220 962 852 ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Café
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“Ask for the Éclair! In Porto this is the one and only place to eat them, simply the best.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Park
“This pleasantly leafy park is known simply as ‘Cordoaria’. Check out the four haunting sculptures by Spanish sculptor Juan Muñoz. The romantic, narrow lanes that run north from the Cordoaria are the domain of Porto’s hippest bars. Rua Campo dos Mártires da Pátria”
  • 13 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“Very beautiful store, with classic, historical products for sale. Really interesting (and nostalgic!) place to visit.”
  • 49 locals recommend
Mediterranean Restaurant
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“The typical fancy bar with paid entrance and queueing. You'd need to be well dressed to enter. The bar was a library converted into a bar, which makes the interior quite unique. Beware that as it might get very packed, on some nights there isn't a lot of space inside.”
  • 20 locals recommend
Restaurant
“It is declared as Wine Bar and Steak House and settled in a beautiful 19th century restored building, with a beautiful balcony with olive trees to embellish the scenery. The menu is short and privileges the meat in its various cuts.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“For only 5€, take the stairs to enjoy the view. The free visit allows you to discover the groud floor.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Church
“Church built in the second half of the eighteenth century. Due to its architecture and interior carvings, it is considered to be one of the most remarkable buildings of Porto rococo. In 1912, its lateral façade was covered with tiles. The drawings on those tiles were designed by Silvestre Silvestri and painted by Carlos Branco.They are figurative compositions alluding to the cult of Nossa Senhora (Our Lady). Building designated national monument. In this building there are two churches, since the nuns lived and worked in Igreja dos Carmelitas and the monks in Igreja do Carmo, separated by a small building between the two churches (the narrowest house in Porto and, maybe, in Portugal.”
  • 17 locals recommend
Bar
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“In downtown Porto, in the area surrounding Jardim da Cordoaria, the Leonor Winery serves as a meeting point for Erasmus students. Discover the charms of this student house.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Premise
“Climb the narrow staircase to the top, and be amazed by the 360º views over the city.”
  • 13 locals recommend