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Here, you will find all tourists and you also do find all the old bits and pieces of Porto. It is a very interesting area to visit and you will be amazed how much reconstruction work they have to do to make this area representative...More
It all depends on the you find entertaining. On the weekend it can be very crowded. You could close your eyes and be in most any city location that attracts visitors. You need to be patient moving around as you swim upstream both ways. I...More
Great place to see and be seen. One of the most interesting places and promenades in Porto. Local flavour galore, interesting stands with lots of local flavour. no, its not a flea market but more of a yard-sale atmosphere. Go and see it, you won't...More
There is plenty to see on either side of the river, with cafes, port houses and market stalls. There was a jazz festival on when we visited and were treated to live music. The area is clean and appeared safe. Lots of stalls selling souvenirs...More
The riverside of Porto is must for a walk and stop to have a snack and enjoy the views of the river. There are many many choices of eateries from which to choose a snack or meal and watch the activities of the waterfront.