Holiday Apartments in Porto
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What our Porto guests say
We had a wonderful stay in Porto! Our hostess Daniela gave us very good tips for what to see and do in Porto. We felt very welcome! The apartment was spacious a
Stayed 15—17 May 2015 in:
Ferreira Borges Apartment
This was an amazing apartment right in the heart of Porto. Fully equipped with everything you could possibly imagine. Fernando and his family met us at the apa
Stayed 16—20 May 2015 in:
Porto With History
I highly recommend this place. Good central location, nicely furnished, equipped and decorated and good high-speed WiFi. Best of all, host Daniel, who lives ups
Stayed 3—17 May 2015 in:
Accommodation in Porto - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Porto
Self-catering holiday apartments in Porto are easy to find and book with HouseTrip. In just a few clicks, you'll have a comfortable home away from home. Our holiday apartments in Porto range from stunningly refurbished waterfront properties to charming townhouses and studios in Porto's suburbs, all of which boast excellent shopping, transport links and the excellent restaurants for which Porto is fast becoming famous. No matter what type of Porto holiday apartments appeal to you, our prices ensure that you find accommodations that suit you and your budget. Search through our extensive selection of holiday apartments in Porto now to find the perfect place for your next holiday.
When to go to Porto
If you are looking to take advantage of the sunny side of Porto, the best time to book holiday apartments in Porto is from April to September, when the sun is shining and temperatures are pleasantly warm. Of course, the off-season months are also great times to book holiday apartments in Porto. The temperatures are still comfortable, and there are deals on holiday apartments in Porto that make our already affordable rates even better. No matter what time of year you book holiday apartments in Porto, your holiday home will be your home base during an unforgettable holiday in this vibrant Portuguese city.
Getting to and around Porto
Many tourists who book holiday apartments in Porto choose to fly into the city's international airport. Many airlines offer regular flights to Porto, making this an excellent option in combination with our affordable holiday apartments in Porto. Other travellers with holiday apartments in Porto opt to take the train, with many trains arriving from various parts of Portugal and Europe. Once in the city, you can take the extensive public transport system to get to your accommodations in Porto. Holiday apartments are located throughout the city, and those in the city centre allow you to stroll around the city at your own pace.
Given the fact that the name of the city is also the Portuguese word for port, it is not surprising that Porto is a city with rich maritime history, stunning waterfront views and places to take a stroll-such as the Cais da Ribeira, which is a popular spot with locals at weekends or on a sunny evening.
Another great place to get more panoramic views of this picturesque city is the Funicular dos Guindais, which dates back to the 1890s when it was used to transport port and other freight up the steep hillside. Now it's more likely to take tourists to the top of hill that gives a great view of Porto. And many of our holiday apartments in Porto are located in parts of the city with equally stunning views of the cityscape, water, and hills.Relaxation and culinary delights in Porto
Many travellers book holiday apartments and holiday villas in Porto to have some fun in the sun. The beaches in Porto are a great place to spend the day soaking up the sun with a good book or splashing in the water with friends and family, and we also offer holiday apartments in Porto that are ideally situated on the beach or within walking distance. Gourmands will appreciate the wide selection of Portuguese and international restaurants located close to all of our holiday apartments in Porto. In addition to the many bars where you can find port, make sure to eat in a restaurant or bar where you can order Francesinha, a local take on the French croque monsieur that will fill you up for a few days, and wash it down with a glass of vinho verde (green wine)-or more confusingly, with a glass if vinho verde tinto (red green wine).Architecture and museums
Holiday apartments in Porto are also a great starting point for those who love exploring museums and looking at history through the lens of architecture. The Serralves Museum is comprised of two buildings that are themselves amazing examples of architectural art and which house amazing collections of contemporary art. The 12-century cathedral stands like a fortress and is where Henry the Navigator was baptised, and the Soares Dos Reis Museum was the first official national museum in Portugal.
No matter what brings you to Porto, holiday apartments are the best option for ensuring a relaxing home away from home. Whether you are looking for holiday apartments, holiday villas, or holiday cottages in Porto, our bargain prices keep your money in your pocket so you can get the most out of your stay in this exciting Portuguese city.
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