Porto Boavista Terrace

Calm in the heart of Porto
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Porto Boavista Terrace

This is an apartment with two bedrooms and one bathroom with shower and a generous sunny terrace in Rua da Boavista in a completely new building with elevator that takes you directly into the cosy living room with plenty of light. It's ideal for a couple with a child or a friend.

Located at upper downtown, a walking distance from the central avenue (Aliados), starting point for the historical downtown centre of Porto, a starting point to explore the city and its monumentality.

The metro station (Lapa) is just nearby, and you are two steps away from the main avenue, Aliados and São Bento train station. The location is the right starting point to explore de city and its monumentality. The metro takes you directly from the airport or to the FCP stadium.

The line 202 bus, a few meters from the door-step drives to the seaside a beautiful water front facing the Atlantic Ocean and the mouth of the Douro River.

The line 502 bus drives you toward Matosinhos, the surfing spot beach and the real kingdom of the World's Best Fish (W'BF). That line passes by Casa da Música, an architectural milestone by Rem Koolhaas and near the Serralves Museum and park. It borders the Parque da Cidade (City Park), a nice place to visit.

You can also walk to the nearby Clérigos Tower, the 112 years old Lello Bookshop (remember J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter's Hogwarts?), one of the most beautiful Library's in the world, visit the museums: Centro Português de Fotografia (photography), Museu Soares dos Reis (fine arts) and also Porto's Art District with plenty of art galleries.

Returning to the apartment you'll have a comfortable atmosphere, the terrace where to taste a glass of good wine or simply relax before going out to dinner. Porto has plenty of good restaurants, some very inexpensive and they are only a couple of minutes away. If you prefer to cook your own meal there is a supermarket just 50 meters from the door.

Porto

Porto

Called in the Roman period "Portus Cale", it was the city of Porto that originated the name to Portugal and where the country was formed. At the time, the city of Porto was only a small wall, where the Sé Cathedral is currently in. As the city grew, a new wall was built-up, named "muralhas fernandinas", which still have some archeological remains that is possible to visit even today.

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