Residencial Triunfo

Rua do Cativo,1 a 9, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4000-162, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua do Cativo,1 a 9, Porto, is near Clerigos Tower (Torre dos Clerigos), Porto Cathedral (Se Catedral), Porto Sandeman, and Casa Ramos Pinto.
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    First stop in Portugal

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

    8 photos

    ... the first book in the series while she was working here teaching English. The library at Hogwarts is modelled on this bookstore. Despite the somewhat misty weather I still climbed my way up Torre dos Clerigos to try and get some good photos of town from above. It was quite a narrow and claustrophobic climb up to the top and it took longer waiting for someone to let you in a gap to continue on your way than it did to actually climb the ...

    Oporto - city of contrasts

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... a city. The 4 hours we spent walking gave us a really good feel for Porto. The attractions are not as spread out as in Lisbon, there are more trendy shops, it feels more touristy and perhaps lively. One shopkeeper claimed it is a more friendly city. We don't necessarily agree.

    Of course we choose the tour that had a late afternoon stop for the daily ration of custard tarts.
    Memorable attractions included the side by side, lavishly decorated Rococo style ...

    On t' road

    A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold on Jun 21, 2014

    32 photos

    ... on roads largle composed of flyovers on stilts and tunnels through deep green valleys and forests to the ancient town of Laguardia , a walled hilltop stone fortress, and on to Covarrubias, where we secure one of the few remaining campsites in the Spanish trailertrashy campsite0- only Spaniards here- it's a town little visited by other nationalities it seems, a gem of a mediaeval black-and -white timbered hilltop place, warming to this 20th century nomad lifestyle again already ...

    The Balancing Act of the Accidental Tourist

    A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Apr 21, 2014

    7 comments, 59 photos

    ... the mountains, as if the only thing keeping them there were the roots of the vineyards. Orange clay roofs and clanging church and cow bells. Farmers working on the slopes and old Portuguese women planting in their gardens. The whole time we were meandering down the hillsides we spotted the small Rio Corgo below, in the valley that we were cycling in. What a sensual gift that day was!

    We enjoyed the big cities too. Barcelona with its unbelievable (and at times ...

    The friendly folk of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 29, 2013

    8 comments, 7 photos

    ... real distance walked, at least as close as can be, according to the guide book I used it was just over 800, but in reality it was closer to 840 plus mainly because of the times I took a wrong turn or missed the yellow arrow that points the way and walked further than I should have- one morning I had walked 5 Ks the wrong way and had to walk back to the track.

    By now you are probably thinking "he has really lost it", but forgive this fantasy but strange things do ...

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    Residencial Triunfo
    Porto, Portugal