Jardim da Cordoaria
Centro Português de Fotografia
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Torre dos Clérigos
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Mosteiro de São Bento da Vitória
Note the sign in front of this former monastery apologising for the expulsion of the Jews in 1496 under the Portuguese Inquisition and...
Old school, still cool, and crazy popular on weekends when college kids pack the communal tables, lean against thick columns, and sip...
Casa Santo António
Behind the blue door of this traditional hole in the wall, you can fill up on simple but deliciously prepared petiscos such as bacalhau...
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Jardim da Cordoaria information
This pleasantly leafy park is known simply as ‘Cordoaria’. Check out the four haunting sculptures by Spanish sculptor Juan Muñoz. The romantic, narrow lanes that run north from the Cordoaria are the domain of Porto’s hippest bars.