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
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We had a very nice stay in this hostel, the staff was super friendly and we had a great time with the pubcrawl and wild walkers tour. The only thing that wasn't that great is the lightening, in the evenings there wasn't enough light in the bathrooms, but this is only a little detail, overall this was a very great hostel! ... more
Oporto city hostel was a nice place to stay.. Nice and simple rooms, clean linen, nice bathroom, very friendly staff giving useful information - also recommended us a free guided tour which was excellent!!! Location is pretty good, though pretty uphill :) Would be just perfect if they served breakfast!! :) ... more
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
Messing about on boats
Ah, Porto! City of bridges(many), also hilly streets(ditto), amazing river and buildings. After a day of resetting David's built in GPS, and revisiting some favorites, we took a bus to the far end of the city. Matosinhos is the industrial port end, where fishing boats also land. Fabulous grilled fish ...
Posted in Woylie by woylie