Fundação José Rodrigues

“Fundação José Rodrigues” was created by the Portuguese sculpture Jose Rodrigues. Two of his most well-known works include “O Cubo” The Cube in Ribeira…

Sanatorio de Valongo

“Sanatorio de Valongo” is a remote abandoned Sanatorium situated in the “Santa Justa” forest in “Valongo”. It was the last sanatorium constructed in Portugal…

Se7e Saias

“Se7e Saias” Se7en Skirts is a store that was started by 6 cousins, 3 pairs of sisters to be exact. They focus in bringing…

Maus Amigos

“Maus Amigos”, Bad Friends is a recent Snack Bar that besides its modern look still wears the Portuguese cultural traditions strong. They have been…

Salão Veneza

“Salão Veneza” The Venice Barber Shop has been open for over 60 years. Sr. Pedro de Almeida is the last founding member still working…

Mercearia do Fado

“Mercearia do Fado” The Corner-shop of “Fado” is a recent reference of “Fado” culture in Porto, they have been open for less than a…

Maus Habitos

“Maus Habitos” Translated means, “Bad Habits”, it looks like one of Great Gatsby’s penthouse apartments if he lived in the centre of Porto. The…

Casa Meia Lua

“Casa Meia Lua” House of The Half Moon is a snack-bar that on Thursdays offers the traditional “Fado Vadio”. It is quite recent that…

V5

Named after an Old Portuguese Motorcycle “V5” is a great option for an alternative end to your night. This Bar´s twin is Called “Ferrugem”…

Adega Rio Douro

The “Adega Rio Douro” is a traditional Portuguese Restaurant/Bar that is famous for its fado nights, on Tuesdays. Starting at 16:30 and ending around…

Boteko Snack – Bar

Boteko is a small snack bar which has regular “fado Vadio” (stray/street fado) events every Saturday from 16:30-20:30. Fado is a traditional Portuguese style…

ESMAE

ESMAE – “Escola Superior de Música, Artes e Espectáculo” the University of music, art and theatre,is a famous music/theatre school in Porto which is…

Dar A Sola

NOTE: “Dar a Sola” is moving location, soon I will update the location and update the post. “Dar a Sola” is a Portuguese expression that means…