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Check Casa Oriental, close to the Clérigos Tower in Porto. This house was founded in 1910 and offers all the traditional portuguese sweets, cold meats, salted dried cod fish, fresh fruits and vegetable. Also cheeses, olives, wines and liqueurs.

Check Casa Oriental, close to the Clérigos Tower in Porto. This house was founded in 1910 and offers all the traditional portuguese sweets, cold meats, salted dried cod fish, wines and liqueurs.

48 Hours in Porto: What to do in Portugal's romantic second city - via Travel Zoo 10.05.2016 | With its historic centre (Ribeira), warm weather all year round, more port than you could possibly drink in any number of weekends, and friendly locals, Portugal’s second-largest city is not a bad place to spend a couple of days. Just make sure you take your walking shoes! Here’s how we’d spend our time there…

48 Hours in Porto: What to do in Portugal's romantic second city - via Travel Zoo

Casa da Musica, Porto, Portugal / "House of music", Porto, Portugal. Arch.:Rem Koolhaas

Rem Koolhaas and Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)- Casa da Música - Porto, Portugal

Estação de S. Bento (train station), Porto, Portugal

Discover Sao Bento Station in Porto, Portugal: Elaborate tile work in this railway station tells the story of Portugal.

Cidade do Porto www.webook.pt #webookporto #porto #arquitectura

Cidade do Porto www.webook.pt #webookporto #porto #arquitectura