Tasting new flavours is one of the best things, but are you ready for these unusual Portuguese delicacies?
City of flavours and colours
Portugal's second city is all about tasting the atmosphere. Oh, and tasting port wine of course ;-). Porto's buildings are covered in the most gorgeous tiles, the down town streets are narrow and full of surprises, the river Douro is majestic and breathtaking.
The historic centre is beautiful, but don't miss out on the more modern highlights in the city. And why not make a stop at the beach? It's too close to miss it!
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Miss’Opo: contemporary sleeping and eating in Porto
Miss’Opo is a hidden gem in the heart of Porto. This guesthouse, restaurant and bar has an amazing contemporary and unique style.
Manteigaria: pastéis de nata in the heart of the city
Try the typical Portuguese custard tarts in one of the shops in Lisbon or Porto
Bookstore Lello & Irmão: a must-see in Porto
This bookstore is one of the prettiest in the world
Armazém: vintage, art, tapas and drinks
Vintage lovers pay attention! This shop, art gallery and tapas bar is the place for you.
A Vida Portuguesa – the most Portuguese shop
No shop is more Portuguese than A Vida Portuguesa. Find the most beautiful brands in Lisbon and Porto.