Porto Antas Hotel

Address: Rua Padre Manuel da Nobrega, 111, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4350-226 , Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Padre Manuel da Nobrega, 111, Porto, is near Clerigos Tower (Torre dos Clerigos), Porto Cathedral (Se Catedral), Porto Sandeman, and Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis.
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    Travel Blogs from Porto

    Porto: A Closer Look

    A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... we had other sights to see and pressed onward. Next to the bookstore, we happened upon an open air arts market and enjoyed viewing the many artisan crafts, jewelry, and paintings. On a final note, we are so privileged to have the freedom to celebrate Independence Day here in Europe! Thank you to all of those that have fought for our freedom! We then walked and toured several of Porto's stunning churches, including the main cathedral. All had somber, ...

    Porto, Portugal

    A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 03, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Taylor's sits high upon a hill overlooking the Douro River and surrounded by a small but beautiful garden. Our tour started with a tasting of white port, which was served chilled to eliminate the sweet taste that port is typically known for. Next, we entered the caves where the port is stored and aged in a variety of different sized barrels. We were told that the port's contact (small barrels) or lack of contact (large barrels) are what influence its ...


    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Apr 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... Candy, sweets, dried fruit, chocolates. Handmade souvenirs, tiles, crafts, antiques, knitted puppets, cork wallets and purses and the world wide phenom of artisanal necklaces and bracelets. Each stall or shop, attended to by (what seems to me) a local, eking out a humble living – just enough for hearth and house and, perhaps, a good glass of port.

    Porto is a place with many layers. And before we had discovered any of her secret delights, it was time to ...

    A wet day in Porto

    A travel blog entry by ianhelen on Oct 16, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... bus and I was upstairs underneath a window with no glass in it and it started to pour so muggins got wet. Helen draped my raincoat over me but we only had 20 minutes before we were outside our hotel.

    After a drying off and a late snooze we changed to go to the Majestic Cafe about 5 minutes walk. Helen ordered duck and I had a steak. This restaurant is pretty famous and several times we had walked past and people were taking photos outside ...

    Sunny Porto

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 13, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... but even though the information was in English we couldn't hear/understand what was said. That was a minor annoyance. It just felt good to be on the water with the sun shining.

    Ribeira is the oldest section of town. Like Lisbon, it has narrow winding streets. We got a map from the tourist information station that was actually good. We were able to find our way around this section of town without much trouble. We visited three churches attending Mass ...