Located in the old historic area of the city well in the night circuit, Picarias has the advantage of not being so crowded. The folks who run the place are extremely friendly and they let some bikes in (at least three). Don’t forget to try the cheese sandwich!
Cálem Port wine cellars are an extraordinary place to visit, when in Porto. Calém is extremely bike friendly, allowing any visitor to park the bicycle in the entrance hall, properly secured and closed.
On these days, these nights, anyone who crosses a square, avenue or roundabout, who simply rides the pedal at the sidewalk, is engaged and transported by the delicious and persistent smell of chestnuts cracking on the coals. Continue reading
This is a very pleasant vegan restaurant with main courses based on tofu, seitan, different varieties of cheese and fantastic deserts Continue reading
Recently listed as a building of public interest, Matosinhos Municipal Market maintains its original function, and has been open since the first half of the 20th century. It combines the tradition of ancient markets – where visitors are confronted with a cornucopia of different delicacies and multicoloured stalls – with the architectural beauty of the surrounding space. Continue reading