Rua das Flores
62 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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Rua das Flores is a walking street fulfilled with personality! During the day, you will always find someone performing (music / acting / painting). Have breakfast or lunch in one of the many cafes, you won't be indifferent to the facades of these places! You'll be able to find really beautiful…
Rua da Flores is certainly one of the most touristic streets in the city of Porto. It wasn’t always like this. This street, that crosses São Bento Station and São Domingos Square, was the old street of merchants and aristocrats. Crossing Rua das Flores is not always an easy task, given the amount of…
You’ll be in a walking distance from São Bento Train Station and also from Ribeira, the riverside historical center of Porto. Don’t miss a chance to walk along these historical streets and look up. Because we’re all used to living in modern cities where there’s not much to look at on the façade of…
Agradável rua com casas do século 18, vários restaurantes e lojas. Nice street with houses from 18C, restaurants and shops.
Beautiful street filled with lots of mini restaurants of lots of homely cooked food, lots of designer shops and traditional souvenirs, all mixed with modern and contemporary shops that make a beautiful contrast and have some great design work. Lots of buskers on this street, not that that is a…
Gorgeous street with shops, cafes, restaurants, art stores, and a really nice vibe. A nice way of opening the way to Ribeira.
Really classic Porto street, with a lot of excitement, live music, souvenir stores, cafés and restaurants (and people, too)! Exactly in the heart of Porto. A unique experience!
Beautiful and iconic street that connects the São Bento train Station to Ribeira, down by the river. Most of the buildings were renovated, keeping the typical Porto’s architecture. It’s a pleasant street to walk and feel the city. You'll find all kind of cafés, restaurants, shops and small museums…
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