Belver Beta Porto Hotel

Rua Do Amial 601-607, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4200-062, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Do Amial 601-607, Porto, is near Clerigos Tower (Torre dos Clerigos), Solar Vinho do Porto, Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, and Pico Mountain (Montanha do Pico).
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    Travel Blogs from Porto

    Going solo vs. with your companion

    A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... the journey and my life are much better and way more interesting. We have both come to realize that we can't make the journey alone. I sometimes think it would be easier to go alone, having those moments of solitude and silence, freedom to do what you want when you want, eat whatever you want, but would it really be easier? I think being a couple, two in one spirit, is giving each other the space ...

    Portugal is more than just Port!!!

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... that it would not rain! It didn’t. Whew….but BOY was it humid and oh so HOT!!!

    Portugal is known for its tiles. The facades of the buildings are covered from ground to roof with these elegant tiles. Each building has its own tile reflecting the owner’s whims or family history. So quaint. Oporto is bisected by a river, with old town on one side, and the wine industry on the other. This industry is, of course, Port. ...

    Another lovely place

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... and crossed the river. Very interesting views.

    We spent the afternoon wandering around the town which is fascinating as there is architecture dating back many centuries.

    In the evening enjoyed a wonderful grilled seafood meal in the fishing village.

    On Sunday we went back to Porto and enjoyed some of the local dishes recommended to us by the newspaper kiosk man.
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    A bridge Named "Ponte de Dom Luis I"

    A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... how many people plunged to their death in the last 130 years from that high vantage point. (there were no high railings to prevent jumpers) I did not see anyone plunge that day, but I bet the numbers are pretty high, to say the least. I also thought crossing the bridge from the lower point was cool because you could look up and see all the steel girders.

    Just thought I would post this since I thought it was pretty cool. ...

    On the way to Porto

    A travel blog entry by pashbee on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... Porto. Damn the reservation details for the hotel don't have the address! No free wifi here and none in the service stations we stop at so eventually data roaming is turned on for one minute to get the address and we are back on the road. We arrive into Porto about 7.30pm and the road in is run down, but as we get closer to the centre the architecture becomes interesting. The buildings are all tiled ...