Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis
A short walk west of Cordoaria lands you at the town’s most comprehensive art collection, which ranges from Neolithic carvings to...
Igreja do Carmo
Almost adjacent to the Cordoaria stands this striking azulejo -covered church, and one of Porto’s best examples of rococo architecture.
This creative space in a two-floor townhouse features an eclectic line-up of bands covering rock, jazz and blues. The large grassy...
Rota Do Chá
This proudly bohemian cafe has a verdant but rustic back garden where students and the gallery crowd sit around low tables sampling from...
Lonely Planet review
Amid the galleries along Rua Miguel Bombarda, this small, unique shopping mall is a highlight. Inside you’ll find stores selling locally designed urban wear, bonsai trees, stylish home knick-knacks, Portuguese indie rock and other hipster-pleasing delights. There’s a shop (Frida) where you can order a doll made to your own likeness and a cafe (Pimenta Rosa) serving light fare on an inner courtyard.