Termas da Curia Spa Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Termas da Curia Spa Resort Tamengos
Travel Blogs from Tamengos
... the Hotel Alegre had been correctly assessed. I am sure it would have been 5 star back in its day 40 years ago. However the grandness was there just years of a low maintenance approach was obvious. They had a pool They had a bar by the pool The bar sold beer That probably accounted for one star. If you have ever seen the movie the Marigold Hotel you will appreciate the type of building this was. The owner was a gentleman ...
... eventually found you all at an ice cream parlour a flight of stairs down (there were actually escalators to the top of the hill upon which Park Guell sat) and we all ascended for an amazing view. Sophie and Jade split off to try jump the fence into the park and we soon found out that there were no available spots to enter for another few hours. We set to finding a place to lunch and use wifi, so we could tell Deejay our plans might ...
... After that we into the old part of town and climbed the stairs on little streets up to the university which is huge and beautiful. We visited the parts that were accessible for the public which took us at least an hour. Than we walked down and went for a walk into the tiny streets with lots of small shops, had a drink on a terrace of a beautiful old café and walked around some more until we had some dinner on a nice square quite hidden. It was really ...
... initial feeling that the city gives me is that it is a very festive city. For dinner, we went to Paparico, the current #1 restaurant on Trip Advisor for Porto. For appetizers, we ate a half-sphere of pork pate with a port wine sauce, octopus in thin cross sections with caramelized onions, and cod ceviche with cornbread chips. Our main course was a wet rice dish with monkfish and a cut up giant shrimp. The roe of the shrimp flavoured the al dente ...
... The gondolas are bigger than the Venice variety and can hold up to 20 people. Instead of riding them though, we walked along the river and toured the narrow back steers all morning. Then, we headed to our lunch spot. It is a seafood restaurant called Restaurante Marisqueira, where we ordered an eel stew to share. Understably, it took quite a while for the stew to arrive. At 27 euros, the stew was in a very large pot. There were lots of potatoes on ...