Coming to Porto? First of all, we have to tell you that you won’t regret it. Porto and the north of Portugal possess a unique beauty and culture which are sure to make you want to return. And of course, you’re always welcome.
Still don’t know where to stay? We’re here to help! The city of Porto is well known for its hospitality. The narrow streets with Portuguese paving make the city a charming place to visit. Exploring the city’s streets is a wonderful experience.
In Porto, otherwise known as the “Invicta”, there are a vast number of places to stay. Currently, we are noticing an increase in the number of hostels, and the hotels stand out due to their increasingly personalised services which are adapted to the needs of those who visit.
With such a wide range to choose from, you might find it difficult to make a decision. But we can help you choose a place to stay. Do you want to find the best hotel in Porto?
With the River Douro nearby, it is most likely that the view from your room will be of this natural delight. The Intercontinental Porto – Palácio das Cardosas. Located in the Praça da Liberdade, the largest square in the city, this is one of Porto’s five star hotels. You will easily be able to move around the city.
You can’t pass through Porto without visiting the riverside area. The Ribeira do Porto is well known for the colourful houses, the street sellers and the cafés with small esplanades which you will find there. And you will have the D. Luís Bridge right next to you. Would you like to wake up and look out over the River Douro?
You only have to open the window to find the River Douro next to you. Stay at the Hotel Pestana Porto, and don’t miss the opportunity to wake up, open the window and see the Barcos Rabelo, the typical boats which used to transport Porto wine.
Porto’s historical centre is the ideal place to walk hand-in-hand with the history and culture of the city, as well as to feel the bustle of the city’s busiest streets. If you want to wake up and feel like you live in Porto, the Hotel Dom Henrique is an excellent option. Located close to the Rua de Santa Catarina, one of the busiest streets in the city, you can go up to the seventeenth floor and look out over the stunning landscape… and of course, it will take your breath away.
Historical centres are always places where you can get to know a city better, and where you can find many buildings which symbolise the history of the place. The Hotel Carris Porto Ribeira is located in the historical centre of Porto.
Fall in love with the view and take a few moments to enjoy a meal in the hotel restaurant. Good food and a good view, what more could you ask for?