City Center superb location in an typical Porto 19th century building, on second floor.
Porto Downtown Studios is a reputable, legally registered and recognized rental, fully registered at Turismo de Portugal, under the numbers 867/ 885/887/AL and supervised by the local authorities, Camara Municipal do Porto and ASAE. This accreditation can be checked any time at Turismo de Portugal database.
Studio 1 & 2 - Max. occupancy - 3 persons.
Studio 3 - Max. occupancy - 4 persons.
Apartment full equipped with complete dinnerware for 4. Linen and towels supplied.
Old fashion tourist tram climbing the street, at door, downtown circle line.
Check in - after 03:00 PM - Check out- until 11:00AM.
Welcome fruit basket. No cleaning fee.
Some city maps and touristic information.
-Noise is forbidden after 21.00h inside the apartment as well as in the staircase.
Minimum renting guest age - 18 years.
- We do not accept groups celebrating stag or hen parties, or football supporters coming to European Championship matches. Thank you for your understanding.
- We do not accept reservations of people who rent the apartments for illegal activities or to invite escorts during the stay.
Porto - must be visited: Porto has an excellent new airport (received ACI Airport Service Quality awards last year) and several companies operating. Ryanair established recently a hub. Airport is connected to the city centre by Metro.
One of the oldest cities in Europe, Porto has enjoyed World Heritage classification since 1996. Perched on the banks of river Douro, one of its six bridges was designed by Gustave Eiffel, whose signature touch is immediately recognised.
Along these very banks, visit the iconic cellars and discover more than 30 Port wine labels, most of which are world-famous.
Within the town of Porto itself, lovely vast panels of Portuguese tiles, in all number of intricate designs and colours, can be admired in Carmo Church, Almas Chapel, the interior of Sao Bento station and indeed along many of its rustic streets. The town is equally rich in historic monuments and outstanding examples of Baroque architecture, such as Sao Francisco, the Santa Clara churches, town hall.
Porto - Comtemporary architecture: In more recent years, Porto has carved an enviable reputation for its contemporary architecture, two laureate Pritzker prize Siza Vieira (1992) and Souto Moura (2011) including modern designs such as the Serralves Comtemporary Art Museum and House of Music, both of which host permanent exhibitions and shows.
By train one day journay: Costa Verde lies in the Northern region of Portugal, and includes wonderful, charming cities such as Braga, Guimaraes and Viana, all located just 50 – 70km from Porto. Day trips are easily organised from Porto’s Sao Bento Station.
Don't miss Douro valley, also a World Heritage landscape, train from Sao Bento station, goes up the river Douro to the vineyards where Port Wine is produced.