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Escape the Rules in Porto

No, we won’t tell you to break into private property or get you in trouble. But… Aren’t you tired of doing the same regular things everyday? We’ll tell you what to do in Porto!

Porto is a city full of offers for those who live here and for those who are just visiting. Anyway, if the goal is to escape the confusion of people and the usual places, this post is for you.

1. Watch a movie in an independent movie theater

Cinema da Trindade is an independent cinema with a good selection of movies in its original language with Portuguese subtitles. Now you know this, you can watch movies by European and Latin American authors in peace, since this cinema is not as crowded as the regular ones.

Click here for more information.

2. Have lunch at a café with cats

Cat lover out there? Then you CAN’T miss this cat cafe which is one of only a few in Europe.

In this cafe cats have their own room and can be visited for free by customers. The best part? All animals can be adopted! If that’s not a possibility for you, food and absorbent sand donations are also (always) welcome.

Clearly because they care about animals, the food served is 100% vegetarian.

Wanna know more? We’ll leave here their Facebook. 

3. Sign up for a cooking class

If you have tasted the Portuguese food you know that sooner or later you will want to repeat it. So, don’t miss the opportunity to enroll in a cooking class and learn how to cook some Portuguese meals.

This workshop, held at Chef Nuno’s House, lasts 3 hours and costs around € 45 per person (with wine, entrees, dessert and coffee/tea).

Register here: https://www.getyourguide.pt/porto-l151/?utm_force=0

4. Boarding on a boat trip

A romantic trip, among friends, at sunset or a night on board are some of the varied options of Fly Fishing Portugal.

Visit their website and stay on top of all the options and prices.

5. Learn how to paint tiles

One of the most beautiful details of the city of Porto are the tiles, and now there’s a great activity to do.

In the workshop of the cultural producer Marisa Ferreira and the designer Alba Plaza, you’ll first learn about the history of tiles in Portugal and then discover the techniques of painting.

The lessons last for two hours and cost € 25 ⎼ with tools, materials and cooking of a piece of pottery.

See more information here.

Bonjour Porto!