Pensao Residencial Marfim

Rua Alvares Cabral 213, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4050-041, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Porto

First stop in Portugal

A travel blog entry by abbey.voyce on Jul 29, 2014

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... top offered some stunning views over Braga. It was well worth a day trip to check it out and the town of Braga was nice to stroll around in too. Our last full day in Porto the weather was a little drizzly but we checked out the Livraria Lello, a bookstore lovers dream. It is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal and has been named the third best bookstore in the world! In fact this bookstore is where J.K Rowling, the author of Harry ...

Oporto - city of contrasts

A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 24, 2014

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We woke every morning to heavy fog over the river, which later quickly burned off. Make sure you include a river cruise while in Porto, I suggest at the end of your stay. It was a relaxing journey that helped me to reflect on my impressions of the city, which is certainly one of contrasts. A lively, busy place full of tourists exploring attractions, enjoying the cafe scene and the clear blue skies and sunshine, at the same time one of mist, fog, decaying buildings and faded ...

On t' road

A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold on Jun 21, 2014

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... and they speak a curious language like a mix of Russian and Sanskrit , and our spanish, french, German and English are of no help whatsoever.... but its nice to stop and we have several stiff gins and awake the next day with a headache. All good! Now on our fourth day in the fabulous city of Porto where we try and drink the towns supply of tawny, ruby and white port. Beautiful tiled houses and churches and palaces which look like they've been velcro'd to the steep hillsides . ...

Porto - day 3. The Ribeira.

A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 22, 2014

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... Exchange Palace (actually a monument to commercialism), and the big statue of Henry the Navigator, who was born here and whose home of birth is just down the street.

About a block up from the Ribeira is the Sao Francisco Church, with St. Francis of Assisi and the Franciscan monks. Itīs no longer a church, which explains why it was open when we went. lol. Itīs now a museum with three parts: a small art collection from the church ...

The town where port wine comes from.

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 04, 2013

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... to Ribeirinha on the Rio Douro. Walking along the river is very relaxing even though it's very touristic, all the stalls selling their wares, the restaurants trying to get you to eat and of course all the river cruises trying to get you on board. It's all very lively. Next we crossed the D. Luis I bridge over to Gaia. The Ponte Luis I bridge is a majestic looking metal arch bridge with a span of 172 m, the longest in the world at the time ...