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Porto a new and vibrant city

The New York Times, Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian and Esquire consider Porto a vibrant new city that blends perfectly historic heritage, with contemporary creations, unique cultural agenda and a vibrant nightlife.

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Oporto, capital of architecture

Highlighted by Häuser Magazine as the Portuguese architecture capital

Häuser Magazine specialized in architecture and design, elected the city of Porto as the Portugueses capital of architecture, by conjugation of baroque and modern style. Häuser Magazine refers not only to the winners of Pritzker Prize, Siza Vieira and Souto Moura, as well to Casa of Musica, Lello Bookstore, Serralves Museum or the School of Architecture.

Pérola do Bolhão and Majestic Café

One of the 22 places where you can enjoy a good cup of coffee

The Spanish edition of “Condé Nast Traveler”, elected Pérola do Bolhão as one of the twenty two places where you can enjoy a tasty coffee. In this timeless shop, whit a distinctive Art Nouveau façade with tiles recalling the spice trade, you can buy good coffee and prepare it at home. This publication also mentions the Majestic Café, a glamorous Belle Époque building, in Santa Catarina Street where you can relax and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee.

Francesinha, a journey of flavors

More than a sandwich

Food, culture and fun were present at the private cooking class, organized by Meet Me at Porto, last month. This gastronomic tour started with the purchase of the ingredients in the traditional market and continued with the discovery of the historic city center giving to know the curiosities, the monuments and picturesque alleys.

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