Nice-ish medieval zone with some interesting back alleys and plenty of bars and cafes on the waterfront. No real stand out feature other than views of the bridge.
The Ribeira or Zona Ribeirinha in Oporto is one of the typical and more traditional location in the city. It was considered as a world heritage by UNESCO and it's one of the high points the Oporto tourist should visit and learn more about the origins of the city. When you're in Ribeira, you can find parts of the "Muralha... More
There are dozens of restaurants along the water. Take your time to find the perfect one for you and spend a relaxing lunch here if the weather is good. There are several merchants along the water as well. As other reviewers have said, it is a great way to see what the city has looked like for centuries. It is... More
Ribeira is a beautifully rough and genuine part of Porto's center where you can still see the locals living like century ago: lady's lookings through the windows and talking with neighbours on the other side of the street, laundry drying in the air, hundreds of small shops where are locals selling undefined staff for locals. Not all the houses are... More
if you want to know traditional portugal.... come here and find porto.... Great people and do the boat trip to Douro river.
The area near Douro river is one of the most genuine places you can find in Portugal. It is some sorte of a monument that keeps running its daily life like many centuries ago.
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