Porto, also called Oporto in English, is a city along the northwestern coastline of Portugal and is the second biggest city in the country, with over 1.5 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area, but just about 250,000 in the city itself.
From the Porto Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Porto
More Travel Photos
It´s a very nice apartment near the city centre but not in the centre. It´s really near the metro station and you can go to the Ribera in less 15 minutes. The apartment it´s modern and clean. It´s important to say that ther´s wifi and it´s near to a super market. ... more
Our room was very small and simple, but it was nice and clean. The bathroom was of good standard and very clean, too. There was hot water and heating in the room (little electric heater, it gave enough warmth in January). Bedsheets and towels were changed every day. ... more
Accomodation in Porto
Hi, I'm heading to Porto, Portugal at the end of February. I've heard that accomodation in Portugal can be good and doesn't impact much on the budget. Can you recommend some good Pensao or Residencials in Porto? Cheers, Angie ...
Hi, I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations for nice and inexpensive places to stay in Porto. We'll be arriving in late May. thanks ...
porto to lisbon??
Hi GUys, Just wondering whether anybody knows whats the best way to get from porto to lisbon?? we are flying from barcelona into porto and would like to check out lisbon. would hiring a car be viable?? ...
Le meilleur accueil dans un aéroport
Quand on est arrivé à l'aéroport de Porto, c'était la foire! Vraiment un bel accueil. Il y avait du vin, de la nourriture, de la musique et de la danse. Wow! À Porto on a appris que le vin de Porto veut tout simplement dire du vin de Port et non vin qui vient de Porto. Évidemment on est ...
Posted in Un étrange à l'étranger by chaoslord
19th March 2011
the bus into Porto and headed up to a market, which mainly sold fruit, veggies and flowers. It wasn't inspiring enough to stay very long. Next we walked along a rail bridge, which had fantastic views over Porto and showed just how hilly Porto is. You would have to be fit if you lived here. I then left Danny to discover ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny