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Porto City Park

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Maria
Maria
April 21, 2020
This park is also known as the “lung of the city” and is not only the largest urban park in Porto but in Portugal, with around 83 hectares. People who come here will have the possibility to spend pleasant moments in the company of family or friends, whether it is resting on the grass that covers a…
Susana
Susana
March 16, 2020
Relax with a walk in the park and finish at Matosinhos beach.
Mario
Mario
October 11, 2019
The Oporto City Park. A nice place to enjoy nature in the centre of Oporto a very close to the beach!!
Josefa
Josefa
June 11, 2019
The city's lungs, a place to walk, run, socialise and meditate that was only created in the 1990s but feels like it's been here for millennia. Sidónio Pardal's plan involved filling the area with trees and running paths between them, with refreshing lakes and an appearance that changes with the…
Susanne
Susanne
March 23, 2019
This parque is the biggest (a little more than 80 hectares)created natural parque of the Iberian Peninsula. It offers great possibilities for walking, running, biking, playing etc. in its diversified vegetation, including the beach area at its end.

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“This fabulous cultural institution combines a museum, a mansion and extensive gardens. Cutting-edge exhibitions, along with a fine permanent collection featuring works from the late 1960s to the present, are showcased in the Museu de Arte Contemporânea, an arrestingly minimalist, whitewashed space designed by the eminent Porto-based architect Álvaro Siza Vieira. The delightful, pink Casa de Serralves is a prime example of art deco, bearing the imprint of French architect Charles Siclis. One ticket gets you into both museums. The museums sit within the marvellous 18-hectare Parque de Serralves. Lily ponds, rose gardens, formal fountains and whimsical touches – such as a bright-red sculpture of oversized pruning shears – make for a bucolic outing in the city. The estate is 6km west of the city centre; take bus 201 from in front of Praça Dom João I, one block east of Avenida dos Aliados.”
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“The Tower, Museum and Church Clérigos are a must-see in the city. After climbing 225 steps to reach the top of the tower, you will be astonished by the view of the city (a 360° perspective).”
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“They say that the author of Harry Potter found some of her inspiration in Porto and in this amazing bookshop”
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“Iconic place back to 1920. Delicious and full of charme to have a light meal or just to stay and enjoy the atmosphere.”
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Ubicación
Porto, Porto 4100-083
Teléfono+351 22 532 0080
Sitio webcm-porto.pt