Porto is a coastal city in Portugal. As one of the largest cities in the country, Porto has a wide range of cultural attractions ranging from museums to churches and restaurants. Porto is also located near several other popular Portugal destinations, such as Lisbon, Figueira da Foz, and Salamanca.
As a coastal city, many Porto restaurants serve fresh seafood. Grelhador da Boavista has a broad range of fish and meat options. Have dinner at Pedro Lemos if you’re looking for traditional Portuguese food made with local, high quality ingredients. After eating, explore one of Porto’s several walkable neighborhoods, such as Cais Da Ribeira. Cais Da Ribeira is filled with bars, cafes, and beautiful views of the riverfront. You can also go see a show at the Casa da Musica. Explore one of Porto’s cathedrals, such as the São Francisco Church. For scenic views of all of Porto, climb the 240 steps to the top of the Clerigos Tower.
For a day trip that’s not too far, try visiting Figueira da Foz, which is about an hour and a half drive from Porto. In Figueira da Foz you can see a bullfight, relax on the beautiful beaches, and see famous exhibits at the Casa de Paco. While staying in Porto you can also take a day trip to Lisbon, Portugal! If you are driving from Porto it will take about three hours. Alternatively, you could take public transportation and save about 15 minutes. See views of the whole city from the Santa Justa Elevator, learn about history at St. George’s Castle, or see 8,000 sea creatures at the Oceanarium. If you are looking to leave Portugal for a day there are plenty of great places you can visit in Spain that are within driving distance. Salamanca, for instance, is about a three and a half hour drive from Porto. In Salamanca you can walk around the popular Plaza Mayor, see the art collections at the Art Nouveau and Art Deco Museum, or explore the Old Cathedral building to see traditional Spanish architecture.
Stay in an apartment located in the heart of downtown Porto with a private balcony overlooking the city and within walking distance to a multitude of bars and restaurants. For a luxury experience, you can stay in a five star hotel such as the Pestana Vintage Porto Hotel & World Heritage Site, which is located in Ribeira Square. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Porto vacation rental today!
Porto has several public transportation options. You can take the Metro, call Taxi Porto, ride the bus, or take one of the three tram lines. Another feasible option for exploring Porto is biking since Porto has two main bike paths.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Porto is $112 while the average price of a weekly rental is $622. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Porto home is $25.
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