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Porto Beach Lodge

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22.2km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

with a great location, Porto Beach Lodge offers private and shared rooms with affordable prices.... More...

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Origami Porto Residência

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2.6km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Origami Porto Residência accommodation is in a great spot to visit and discover Porto.... More...

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Casas do Porto - Ribeira Apartments

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0.9km from city centre - Show on Map
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Casas do Porto - Ribeira Apartments offers apartments to rent in the heart of Oporto city center. Recently renovated, modern and fully furnished, our apartments are located in Ribeira quarter, the mos... More...

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Pão de Açúcar Hotel

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

In the centre of Oporto, next to the Town Hall and near Sao Bento Railway Station, 20 minutes from airport and less than 10 minutes from the Douro River...... More...

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Gallery Hostel Porto

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

The Gallery Hostel is set in a privileged area of Oporto, known for its art galleries and modern shops... More...

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The House of Sandeman - Hostel & Suites

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Welcome to the world's first Branded Hostel!

Step into the world of Sandeman Port Wines, at The House of Sandeman Hostel & Suites. Set in one of Porto’s most iconic buildings... More...

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Porto is the perfect city for both a short city break or a longer vacation. The city, full of culture and history, offers lots of things to do during the day as well as at night. Wandering through the narrow streets of the Ribera, walking along the Douro and visiting the Lello library are only a few of the many activities you can enjoy in this amazing city.

There are many lovely hostel options in Porto. The hostels in Porto have very welcoming and beautifully designed common areas where you’ll meet other travellers with whom to explore the city. Porto hostels have dorm rooms to save some money or private rooms if that’s more your style (look forward to some amazing interior design!).

In the morning, enjoy the delicious free breakfast they serve in Porto hostels while you plan the adventures for the day.

If you want to be surrounded by old charming houses, colourful streets and lively bars, look for accommodation in la Ribeira. If your hostel in Porto is close to Rua Galeria de Paris, in the Cedofeita neighbourhood, you’ll have access to some serious nightlife, art galleries, and trendy fashion stores.

Visiting Porto means getting lost in the cobbled streets full of historic buildings. Start your route in the Avenida de los Aliados, in the centre of Porto, and keep walking until the Libertad Square where you’ll see the famous Sao Bento train station, made with more than 20,000 tiles. Of course, you shouldn’t miss a walk next to the Douro river, where you’ll find some of the best restaurants in Porto and be able to indulge in its outstanding wine.

Last but not least, make sure you visit the cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, where you can also find accommodation in Porto.
Don’t miss this blog posts about Porto nightlife and cultural activities in Porto.

The city centre is small, so you’ll be able to get almost everywhere walking. The old tram is a city icon that is still working in the centre of Porto.
Other alternatives to get around in Porto are the tube and the bus.

We have 66 hostels in Porto with an average rating of 8.8 based on 13,391 reviews 66 of 66 properties available in Porto

About Porto

Porto is the perfect city for both a short city break or a longer vacation. The city, full of culture and history, offers lots of things to do during the day as well as at night. Wandering through the narrow streets of the Ribera, walking along the Douro and visiting the Lello library are only a few of the many activities you can enjoy in this amazing city.

There are many lovely hostel options in Porto. The hostels in Porto have very welcoming and beautifully designed common areas where you’ll meet other travellers with whom to explore the city. Porto hostels have dorm rooms to save some money or private rooms if that’s more your style (look forward to some amazing interior design!).

In the morning, enjoy the delicious free breakfast they serve in Porto hostels while you plan the adventures for the day.

If you want to be surrounded by old charming houses, colourful streets and lively bars, look for accommodation in la Ribeira. If your hostel in Porto is close to Rua Galeria de Paris, in the Cedofeita neighbourhood, you’ll have access to some serious nightlife, art galleries, and trendy fashion stores.

Visiting Porto means getting lost in the cobbled streets full of historic buildings. Start your route in the Avenida de los Aliados, in the centre of Porto, and keep walking until the Libertad Square where you’ll see the famous Sao Bento train station, made with more than 20,000 tiles. Of course, you shouldn’t miss a walk next to the Douro river, where you’ll find some of the best restaurants in Porto and be able to indulge in its outstanding wine.

Last but not least, make sure you visit the cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, where you can also find accommodation in Porto.
Don’t miss this blog posts about Porto nightlife and cultural activities in Porto.

The city centre is small, so you’ll be able to get almost everywhere walking. The old tram is a city icon that is still working in the centre of Porto.
Other alternatives to get around in Porto are the tube and the bus.