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Busy street... full of cafes, junky tourist shops but also some artisan businesses,, but best is the amazing buildings that are currently being renovated.. even with the scaffolding, you can see the beauty there
Joia da Coroa was a sheer delight. A tearoom in the classical style with everything beautifully presented. Superb traditional cakes, light trad. Portuguese lunches, choice of beverage (one of the few places we could get English Breakfast tea - thank god), service, peace and quiet,...More
The Rua das Flores goes from Sao Bento train station at the top towards the top end of the Ribeira are. The road is pedestrianised.
There are bars, restaurants and shops along the road. Along with lots of renovation projects.
There are several lovely buildings...More
Rua das Flores is a good street for strolling...not too steep. There are all kinds of shops from inexpensive souvenirs, clothing shops, restaurants and stores selling Porto merchandise. There are usually musicians or some kind of entertainment along the street.
This is the most expensive street full of overpriced but very good quality goods and restaurants. One example is a port shop has a bottle of LBV 2012 at £35, yet the same brand and year 300 metres away is £17.00