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Guidebook for Porto

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Guidebook for Porto

Food Scene
"Francesinha" is the most tipycal dish from Porto. As such, there are restaurants which specializes on this dish. This is one of the best restaurants for trying "Francesinha". I recommend calling to make a reservation in advance, as it usually gets full.
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Cervejaria Brasão Aliados
28 R. de Ramalho Ortigão
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"Francesinha" is the most tipycal dish from Porto. As such, there are restaurants which specializes on this dish. This is one of the best restaurants for trying "Francesinha". I recommend calling to make a reservation in advance, as it usually gets full.
For a taste of the Portuguese cuisine, we recomment this restaurant because meals are served in small portions so people can taste a variety of different flavors of the Portuguese cuisine all at once. It's opened until late so great for late night meals as well.
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Museu d'Avó
56/59 Tv. de Cedofeita
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For a taste of the Portuguese cuisine, we recomment this restaurant because meals are served in small portions so people can taste a variety of different flavors of the Portuguese cuisine all at once. It's opened until late so great for late night meals as well. 
Locals come here for a traditional portuguese "Bifana", which is a specific way to cook steak and serve it in bread. Casa Guees is the most famous place among Porto locals to try "Bifanas".
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Casa Guedes
130 Praça dos Poveiros
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Locals come here for a traditional portuguese "Bifana", which is a specific way to cook steak and serve it in bread. Casa Guees is the most famous place among Porto locals to try "Bifanas".
Locals come here to eat portuguese "Pregos". Prego is a beef sandwich that can be served in bread (with mustard or hot sauce) or in a platte (with fries, rice and fried egg). It is another typical dishes of Portuguese cuisine. The steak should be tender and thin.
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Venham mais 5
219 R. de Santo Ildefonso
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Locals come here to eat portuguese "Pregos". Prego is a beef sandwich that can be served in bread (with mustard or hot sauce) or in a platte (with fries, rice and fried egg). It is another typical dishes of Portuguese cuisine. The steak should be tender and thin.
Sightseeing
This is the best view of the city and probably on the best views in the country. It's located in Gaia, but it's easily reached walking throught "São Luis" pedestrian bridge. Views are stunning regardless of what time of the day or night you chose to go there.
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Miradouro da Serra do Pilar
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This is the best view of the city and probably on the best views in the country. It's located in Gaia, but it's easily reached walking throught "São Luis" pedestrian bridge. Views are stunning regardless of what time of the day or night you chose to go there.
The Ribeira Square (Portuguese: Praça da Ribeira) is a historical square in Porto, Portugal. It is included in the historical centre of the city, designated World Heritage by UNESCO. Beautiful views of Douro River await!
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Praça Ribeira
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The Ribeira Square (Portuguese: Praça da Ribeira) is a historical square in Porto, Portugal. It is included in the historical centre of the city, designated World Heritage by UNESCO. Beautiful views of Douro River await!
Arts & Culture
This is one of the most Iconic symbols of the city and can be spotted from a long distance. It is a church, but aso a tower. If you climb up to the top, you can have a priviledged view over the city.
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Clérigos Church + Clérigos Tower
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This is one of the most Iconic symbols of the city and can be spotted from a long distance. It is a church, but aso a tower. If you climb up to the top, you can have a priviledged view over the city.
It is a bookstore located in the city center. It is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal and frequently rated among the top bookstores in the world (placing third in lists by the Lonely Planet and The Guardian). It is very famous for it's odd architecture. The bookstore was frequented by JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, when she taught English in Porto and is reported to be an inspiration for her writing.
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Livraria Lello
144 R. das Carmelitas
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It is a bookstore located in the city center. It is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal and frequently rated among the top bookstores in the world (placing third in lists by the Lonely Planet and The Guardian). It is very famous for it's odd architecture. The bookstore was frequented by JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, when she taught English in Porto and is reported to be an inspiration for her writing.