Guests looking for budget accommodation in Porto could consider Residencial Aviz, which features La Copa restaurant. For those who would like to see Porto Gran Plaza, choose a hotel such as the affordable Ibis Porto Centro that is a 10-minute walk away from the city center. Hostels like the budget-friendly Rivoli Cinema Hostel are a perfect fit, as it is within a short walking distance of Teleferico de Gaia and offers a sundeck and a sunbathing terrace. Coolhostel is a budget hostel in Porto within 650 feet of Aliados metro station.
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Where to stay in Porto?
Best cheap hotels in Porto
Porto airports & Subway stations
If you arrive to Porto by air, there are a number of accommodation options situated near Francisco Sa Carneiro airport, such as Ar E Sol and Airporto Hostel. For travelers without a car, select a hotel near one of the Porto's metro stations, such as Magnolia Porto Hostel & Suites, situated 10 minutes' walk from Aliados metro station. Premium Porto Downtown is situated 1550 feet from São Bento train station and less than a 10-minute walk from the city center.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to gardens, a river and parks staying at The Rex Hotel with rates at 221US$. Hotel Aliados offers panoramic views of the sea alongside a convenient location in downtown of Porto. Cedofeita is a notable district in Porto, where you will find Boa Vista Hotel with room rates from 105US$ and Gallery Hostel for 89US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Porto
Consider booking a room at Pestana Vintage Porto for a luxurious 5-star stay, conveniently situated near bars, restaurants and a stadium. Hotel Infante Sagres, just 1150 feet from the center, offers all the comforts of a fancy boutique hotel. Ibis Porto Sao Joao is a top-rated chain hotel in Paranhos district, and is situated within easy reach of ISCAP - Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administracao do Porto.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Porto with their families, book an apartment next to Igreja da Misericordia, such as Oporto Home - River Front and Bnapartments Rio. Travelers looking for a B&B will find peace and quiet at Porto Douro - Santa Catarina, situated a 10-minute walk from the downtown area. If you travel with your family and want to choose from hotels closest to Paris Galleries Street, try Estoril Porto or Hf Fenix Porto. Porto Trindade Hotel will place you next to the beach and within close proximity of Capela de Nª Sª da Boa Hora Porto about 1200 feet from Porto city center.
City Guide: Discover the best of Porto
Modernity is a hallmark of Porto’s face.
The city has recently undergone a renaissance where modern high-rises, an efficient metro system and very promising urban projects have replaced the features of past decay.
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Modern pressures have placed Porto at the frontline of world tourism, but haven’t set it apart from the city’s old days. Looking around Porto, you can see its adherence to the past still reflected in the baroque churches and medieval alleyways. These blend with modern structures making Porto balance between its prosperous present and glorious past.
You can capture this mix of styles and epochs only on your guided tour of the city. Attractions include;
Fundação de Serralves, a contemporary museum by the architect Álvaro Siza; it features an impressive park and an Art Deco Villa
Pavilhão Rosa Mota, a pavilion with beautiful garden
Livraria Lello, an old Bookshop with unique architecture and cofee house
Museu Romantico, a location for the king of Italy during his exile
While culture buffs flock the city for its famous art and music treasured in Álvaro Siza Vieira’s Museu de Arte Contemporânea and Rem Koolhaas’ Casa da Música, teens usually come to soak up the city’s vitality. You can experience how vivid Porto is right in its center with the galleries and boutiques scattered throughout. As you are in Porto consider dining there as its cuisine is no less diverse than its architecture. You may benefit from both at in Vila Nova de Gaia that is located in the Porto’s neighborhood, but offers dining, parties and sites in the style of the Porto’s city center.
Porto dates from Roman times when the first settlers occupied both Douro’s banks. Soon the area was reshaped into the capital of the county of Portugal. After the son of the native to Britain Henri of Burgundy won independence for Portugal. Throughout its history Porto became famous for its radical spirit. For instance, in 1628 fashionable women attacked the minister for the adopted tax on linen and when Napoleon took efforts to capture the city Porto citizens arrested the French governor.
Over the years Porto became more mature and changed its warlike spirit for calm days of industrial hub. It is known as the second economic capital of Portugal after Lisbon. As a big city, Porto offers all possible comforts for your stay, while Booked.net lets you pay as little as possible.