The Porto Center Apartments make for an ideal starting point for those who appreciate having most of the local landmarks at their fingertips.
The opulent Palacio de la Bolsa is just about 100 metres away, while a few minutes’ stroll will take visitors to the city’s Cathedral. Other nearby attractions include the Church of San Francisco, the D. Luis I Bridge, the Sierra del Pilar Monastery, and of course the colourful Ribeira and River Duoro.
Sleek and modern, the apartments are relaxation hubs for up to four people. Four guests’ convenience, they are equipped with kitchenettes with refrigerators and utensils, Wi-Fi connection, sofas in the living areas, LCD TVs, and private bathrooms with showers, toiletries and hairdryers.
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Groupon’s Guide To Porto
Dating back to the 4th century and currently, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolis, stands as one of Europe’s oldest cultural and historical sites.
An ancient port perched along the Douro Valley, the city is a cornucopia of architectural landmarks, museums and medieval remains. Among the most important architectural legacies stand the Sao Francisco and Santa Clara Church, where a rare mixture of Gothic and Baroque styles, represented by detailed carvings and opulent decor covered in pure gold, attract thousands of tourists every year. Famed for being the spiritual home of Port Wine, the city has been one of the most important wine trading centres since the 17th century, maintaining its leading role among the finest wine producers in Europe up to this day. Travellers may also admire modern art galleries cleverly combined with shopping centres, spread across the vivid and colourful Bombarda street, where a bundle of design boutiques, stylists and vintage shops form a world of their own.