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Las mejores actividades en Oporto

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Bar
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“Located in a picturesque square, this modern-age tasca serves great food: quiches, tapas, desserts, artisanal beer and wine by the glass. An always appealing meeting place! Rua das Oliveiras, 36 Porto (Cedofeita) PHONE: 222 084 398”
Recomendado por 60 habitantes locales
Aquarium
“Northern Portugal’s largest aquarium is right in Matosinhos just a few a hundred metres or so from the beach. There are 5,800 inhabitants here, from more than 100 species in over 30 tanks. The largest of these, “Reino do Neptuno” has an underwater tunnel you can walk through. The sharks are often the stars of the show, and Sea Life Porto has blacktips and smaller varieties like nurse sharks and the odd-looking zebra sharks. These are joined by local and exotic creatures like octopuses, rays, seahorses, jellyfish, and freshwater species from the Douro River such as carp and trout.”
Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Bar
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“Galerias Bar has an international atmosphere, as it is very popular among tourists. It plays all sorts of music, but predominantly hits, danceable rock and 80's music. People do mingle and socialize quite easily here. There is live music until 1 AM. Cheap drinks!”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Palace
“This splendid neoclassical monument (built from 1842 to 1910) honours Porto’s past and present money merchants. Just past the entrance is the glass-domed Pátio das Nações (Hall of Nations), where the exchange once operated. But this pales in comparison with rooms deeper inside; to visit these, join one of the half-hour guided tours, which set off every 30 minutes. The highlight is a stupendous ballroom known as the Salão Árabe (Arabian Hall), with stucco walls that have been teased into complex Moorish designs, then gilded with some 18kg of gold.”
Recomendado por 83 habitantes locales
Jardín
“Covering 4 hectares, this is a captivating place for plant lovers, with endless species of beautiful plant and flower. Author, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen refers to this park in several of her books. There is also a gallery within the park definitely worth a look.”
Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Otros lugares al aire libre
“Is one of the most typical places of the city Porto, occupied by people with a lot of money.”
Recomendado por 45 habitantes locales
Restaurante portugués
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“Abadia is a traditional restaurant with a privileged regional cuisine like Oporto’s trip and monkfish rice and prawns. Abadia was founded in 1939. It is said that the name originates in the abbeys, where the pilgrims, who demanded of Santiago de Compostela, rested a few hours, sleeping and eating before to embark ”
Recomendado por 49 habitantes locales
Cafetería
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“Rua da Flores is certainly one of the most touristic streets in the city of Porto. It wasn’t always like this. This street, that crosses São Bento Station and São Domingos Square, was the old street of merchants and aristocrats. Crossing Rua das Flores is not always an easy task, given the amount of people entering and leaving the shops, grocery stores, and cafes, on the terraces. Until today, the street has maintained its original profile and architecture of the XVII, XVIII e XIX centuries, and this is where one of the most emblematic baroque façades of Porto can be seen, the Misericordia Church (1749-1750), rebuilt by the architect Nicolau Nasoni.”
Recomendado por 55 habitantes locales
Restaurante de tapas
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“The Rua das Flores has long been the city's best street for opening a new business. And if it's a cool, well decorated, lively restaurant, then success is practically guaranteed. The long communal table does have a hint of the school canteen about it – but don't worry, this is not cafeteria food. Pretty much everything is good here: from appetisers such as smoked salmon and quail eggs to larger dishes (which you can share) such as the Lafões veal. The latter is one of this busy street's highlights. Tips: – The desserts here are among Porto's most creative. Order the biscuit cake, served by the centimetre. – The restrooms have a 6 and a 9 on the doors. Yeah, we're not sure either. ”
Recomendado por 37 habitantes locales
Route
“Lots of cool bars, shops and a hip and happening place for young people, especially at night, close to Galerias de Paris, if you wanna go out at night, definitely stop by.”
Recomendado por 65 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“The views from the top of the Torre dos Clérigos are amongst the finest in Porto, so it is worth the small charge and the climbto the top of the tower.”
Recomendado por 31 habitantes locales
Jardín
“This beautiful park has several platforms of garden, all facing the river with astonishing views.”
Recomendado por 37 habitantes locales
Restaurante portugués
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“In terms of environment, the Cantinho do Avillez in Porto is also a friendly, welcoming and relaxed space. How could it not be, quality is a priority. As in the Cantinho de Lisboa, the cuisine is inspiring with influences of travel. The menu offers some of the Cantinho's successful dishes like the Peixinhos da Horta with Tartar Sauce; Scallops marinated with avocado; Sautéed Chicken Livers with onion compote and Port; Cod slivers, loose crumbs, BT egg and explosive olives; the Risotto Portobello mushrooms with smoked bacon, parmesan and basil; the Barrosa PDO burger with onions, foie gras and fries; the Hazel 3; ... ”
Recomendado por 31 habitantes locales
Cervecería
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“Fantastic "Francesinha", fantastic atmosphere, fantastic decor and fantastic service. Good choice of beers also.”
Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales
Exhibición
“... if you have time, be sure to visit the Serralves Museum of Modern Art and stroll through the beautiful surrounding gardens”
Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales
Pastelería
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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.”
Recomendado por 68 habitantes locales