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Open to the public since 1934, A Favorita do Bolhão is a traditional store specialized in food and beverage trade. Located right in the city center, it has several quality products available, among which stand out the various cheeses, wines, liqueurs and chocolates, including jams, caramels, flours and olive oils, without forgetting the great variety of dried fruits. If the offer of products available to the customer is expanded, the personalized and attentive service of A Favorita do Bolhão is nothing behind, which makes this store with over 80 years of experience a reference of the city for so many decades.

A pérola do Bolhão is one of the gems of the traditional trade of Porto. Founded in 1917, it has been serving the people of Porto and the world for over 100 years and is distinguished by specialization in regional products. Here you will be able to satisfy your needs of cheeses, hams, jams, sausages, olive oils, port wine and dried fruits, always with the quality guaranteed by the centenary experience of this house. Pérola do Bolhão façade attracts a number of onlookers, with its Art Nouveau tile panels depicting indigenous women, alluding to the exoticism of the distant places from which the products sold at this establishment were brought.

Founded on January 13, 1933, Alípio Dias & Irmão, also known as Sementeira, has become a reference in the field of seeds, plants, lawns, machines and accessories. In particular, throughout its long history it has been tasked with the packaging and marketing of its specialty products, namely seeds and plants for agriculture and garden, as well as gardening equipment. The objective of this company is to ensure the total satisfaction of its customers, through partnerships with leading companies in the sector and the best practices inherent in quality and environmental preservation.

Adão Oculista was founded in 1962, being at the time a company of a markedly family nature. With nearly 60 years of existence, the group has modernized without ever abandoning fundamental principles that guarantee the recognition of a service of excellence. Appointed as one of the most prestigious companies in the sector, Adão Oculista is composed of a technical staff with the highest qualifications. It has a daily optometry and contactology service, performing all types of prescription and adaptation. It represents the most prestigious brands of frames and sunglasses as well as own brands, created internally. All services are performed with certified ophthalmic lenses.

Opening in October 2017, Alcino Workshop Store is a premium space, integrated in the same centenary building where the workshop of this historic brand is located. In this extensive showroom of exclusive pieces you will find a wide range of items available, from jewelery in the form of earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces produced by the Alcino brand to decorative products such as candlesticks and vases, tableware and sacred art.
At the same time, this Alcino-signed space is distinguished not only by selling branded pieces but also by allowing visitors to experience the work of the company’s artisans through a guided tour of their workshop.

Belonging to the Bastos family since 1933, Arcádia is a brand of traditional chocolates that is assumed as a reference at the level of national chocolataria. Known for chocolates, cat tongues and dragee, Arcadia maintains tradition in its manufacturing processes. Chocolates are produced using traditional methods using quality raw materials. Whoever goes through the window of this store hardly imagines that in its back is a handcrafted chocolate factory, where you can observe the manufacturing process of products available in Arcadia stores. Arcádia also offers various products made from chocolate, such as tablets or chocolates.

Armazém dos Linhos was born in 1905 and has been dedicated since the 1950’s to the production of printed fabrics with traditional Portuguese designs. In 2011 this space was in danger of closing doors, which was the ideal opportunity for the new owners, Filipa and Leonor Pinto Basto, to rewrite the fate of this traditional company.
The main idea of the project is to recover the patterns of Alcobaça cheetahs by reproducing old patterns and looking for new and contemporary applications for these fabrics.
Armazém dos Linhos also offers a range of national linen and fabrics, as well as its own brand, with a collection of bags, wallets and kitchen, table and home lines.

Created in 1898, Armazéns Cunhas is housed in a magnificent Art Deco building by Architect Manuel Marques and his associates Amoroso Lopes and Coelho Freitas. It results from the combination of three 19th century buildings in a single Art Deco façade. It is easily recognized by the open feather peacock on the building’s facade. Armazéns Cunhas specialize in household items such as bedspreads, tablecloths, bed and bath sets and blankets, men’s and women’s interiors. They also offer a wide range of white coats, maid’s coats and school coats. The furniture is original making the visit to this store an extraordinary trip to the past.

Barbearia Tinoco is already in the 1930s almanac in its current location, where it is referred to as the property of Manuel Fernandes Tinoco. The decoration of this barber shop is part of the city’s heritage. Noteworthy are the marble washbasins, the floor covered with fan mosaics, the iron chairs and the huge mirrors, in a set with strong Art Deco inspiration. Not to mention the old steam towel warmer, which was then placed on the customers’ faces, as well as the small marble counters in front of each chair that also served to set trays with the snack served from a neighborhood café.

Mabril Bazaar was founded in 1941 by Júlio Pinto Leite. It started opening on Rua do Bolhão, selling German and national toys. It passed through various locations until it was permanently installed in the 1950s in the present, in one of the most important arteries of the city. Over the years, Mabril Bazaar has given increasing importance to its own creation and original design. It has also evolved in the retail business, giving primacy to children’s design, becoming a reference in the area. Today, the Mabril Bazaar, spread across its four floors for sale to the public, its customers can find a diverse offer of toys, games and fancy dress.

Bazar Paris has existed in Porto for 116 years, a continuing reality from generation to generation by the same family to this day. This store concept brings together a nonexistent versatility nowadays, through experienced and knowledgeable collaborators who assist the customer in their purchase. At the Bazar Paris there are cuddly toys, toys, costumes, dolls, cars, scenery, collectibles and toys of choice. A variety of which results in the satisfaction of the adult child’s imagination. This is the main purpose of this establishment: to satisfy the imagination of customers, enabling them to enter this wonderful world of toys.

Located right in the heart of Porto’s historic center, Benedito Barros, founded in 1926, has a long history of marketing textiles and wool while retaining its genuine and traditional look. You can use this flagship store to purchase quality fabrics of various types. It is worth entering the store and admire its worked ceiling and the numerous fabrics of various colors and textures displayed on its wooden shelves. In addition to the quality of the products, you can count on personalized service from our experienced team, who will advise you on the best product according to your needs.

BFG is a special hardware store, where tradition and style combine hardware and secondhand furniture together with a charming cafeteria. Located in downtown Porto since 1900, this century-old space guarantees the maximum quality and exclusivity of its products, accepting orders from molds supplied by customers, in different finishes such as old, polished gold and black oxidized. The hardware of his establishment is produced by the hands of artisans whose specialty is sand casting.
BFG also offers its customers an online selling platform for added convenience.

Café Embaixador, founded in 1959, is a historic establishment in downtown Porto, offering a pleasant and welcoming space where you can breathe the typical atmosphere of the 60s. It now operates as a self-service lunch restaurant, and also features a menu of traditional Portuguese cuisine, such as the famous French, codfish à Ambassador and Tripas à moda do Porto. Embaixador also offers its customers economical and tourist menus at inviting prices, which, combined with its vast tradition, makes it an interesting point for all those visiting the city.

Since the year of its inauguration in 1964, Café Moreira has been a reference and meeting place for generations.
It promotes a series of gatherings and social tables with friends and intellectuals from various areas, from politicians to magistrates, lawyers, engineers, architects, doctors and even artists and musicians. It was there that the poet Eugénio de Andrade used to have lunch.
Among the products sold, homemade muffins, made by Maria Lúcia for over 40 years, are the main attraction of this space. It is a reference establishment in the city of Porto, taking a special interest in its history, articulating the heritage of tradition with the winds of the new times.

Café Ancora D´Ouro has long been affectionately called “Café Piolho”. In fact, no one knows the reason for such a designation, but the theories are many. One of them is that the cafe was frequented by the students of the university, but the teachers also went there and the coexistence was somewhat ceremonious. Then someone started to say that this was a “foolishness”. Opened since 1909, the café is a meeting point for students; it was a mandatory stop for poets, politicians, activists, among others. It is a cafe that is part of Porto’s history, where you can have a drink, snack and dine, even after hours. Try the francesinha or sarrabulho porridge, from a varied offer.

Carvalho, Batista & Cª, S.A. was founded in 1953 and since then has been engaged in the marketing of various building materials and hardware, characterized by high quality standards. This establishment maintains the integrity of classic furniture and equipment. We are known for the exclusivity of producing and selling the unique pieces from the great names of national architecture and design. We are unquestionably associated with the city of Porto and the so-called “Porto Architecture School”, a world reference in this area. Our philosophy is based on three pillars – differentiation for quality, careful customer service and permanent attention to market needs.

Founded in 1936, Casa Botónia is an emblematic haberdashery whose main attraction is its buttons. In fact, here you will find all sorts of buttons of various colors and materials, from the simplest to the most precious, most of which are imported from France and Italy. We highlight the mother-of-pearl buttons, one of the strengths of Botonia. The huge variety of buttons that can be found here attract from amateur couturiers to renowned designers, who find raw material for their collections here. Its unique and genuine ambience, with its button-lined walls and jewelery, is more than enough to warrant a visit to this historic shop.

Casa Coração de Jesus (House Heart of Jesus) has existed since 1885 and has been in the same family for four generations. Its specialty is religious articles, both for celebrations and for procession rituals, focusing on the quality of their products. It began to devote himself to religious embroidery, but had to reinvent himself after the Second Vatican Council, which eventually reduced the demand for such articles. The building where it is located was built with the purpose of being a bank house, hence its iron door and the safe that come from that time. The store features eye-catching architecture with carved ceilings, stained glass and a facade that makes it unique.

The famous Casa Crocodilo has been open in the center of Porto since 1948. This establishment works with soles and uppers, striving for the quality of its services. Apart from the private client looking for this house for its excellent arrangements, Casa Crocodilo also offers many other solutions within its sector. To the surprise and amazement of those who visit the space, a 5 meter embalmed crocodile is suspended on the ceiling. Brought from Brazil, it has been part of Casa Crocodilo’s history since its opening, having become its symbol and reason for its name.

Casa da Mariquinhas was founded in 1968 by Heitor Gil Vilhena, a city personality known not only for his business side, but also for his acting activity. Ten years ago it was acquired by the son of one of the singers who actually performed here, under the stage name Fanny Ramos. This place exudes fado through the pores of its granite walls. All the great names of national fado have passed through here and continue, which, without microphones and in an atmosphere of intimacy and proximity to the public, make Casa da Mariquinhas the ideal place to enjoy the best fado that is sung and touch this city. Unique experience accompanied by the best traditional Portuguese cuisine.

Casa dos Forros is an establishment that is part of the commercial tradition of Porto. Located in the pedestrian area of Rua de Cedofeita, Casa dos Forros opened its doors in the 1920s and brings together in a single space the traditional and willingness to respond to the needs of the present times, presenting itself as a reference point in the markets of the buttons, pins, needles and other products of this sector. It is above all a store full of color and variety. With over 90 years of history, it is in the 1980s that it assumes its preponderance in the market, not only for the quality products it sells but also for the creativity of its shop windows, which have even been awarded multiple times.

Founded in 1860, the centuries-old Casa dos Linhos is located in the heart of Porto, right in front of the Bolhão market, being one of the oldest and most traditional embroidery, lace and linen establishments in the city. Based on the Portuguese culture and tradition of manually working linen, sheets, towels and other textiles, from which the country’s female hands have created true works of art over the centuries, Casa Dos Linhos is dedicated to prominent Portuguese handicraft trade.
It is a reference space for customers and tourists, who can purchase the product while being carefully informed and advised about its use and maintenance.

Casa dos Neves began its activities in 1965. Currently, the group consists of two establishments that operated in the clothing area, both located at Fernandes Tomás Street, in Porto city center. Each store takes on the trade in specific product types, thus making a difference between the two locations. This way, Casa dos Neves can better serve the customer, with more space and variety of products. This particular space of this group mainly sells men’s and women’s fashion, following a multi-brand concept. Jackets, dresses and shirts are some of the products available to the customer in this store.

Casa Januário, founded in June 1926 by a young entrepreneur from a family of farmers from Barroca do Zêzere, still preserves its own style, based on the heritage of tradition. It is a family business that has gone from parents to children and is already in the third generation in charge of their destinies. In its space, presents a selection of quality products, where charm and sophistication materialize in a personalized customer service, always available to answer any question. At Casa Januário you will find reference confectionery, groceries and wine cellar, and can also satisfy your coffee, barley, tea, cod and olive oil needs.

Casa Lima is a travel and leather goods retail trade company, founded in 1877 by Augusto Pereira de Lima.
Owned by the same family for five generations, this establishment started trading in canes and umbrellas. Its offer has been expanded and now extends to women’s wallets, men’s wallets, belts, suspenders, luggage, travel bags and other leather goods.
Reference of the city for many decades, it combines a varied and quality offer, strong criteria when selecting the products it markets, to a personalized and careful customer service.

Founded in 1947, Casa Soleiro sells quality footwear and leather goods repair products. It is one of the largest suppliers of shoemakers and shoe factories in the city of Porto. On the façade are two unusual clogs, hanging on the door as if it were a sign, already integrating the memory of that traditional artery near the Sé Church and São Bento Station. Tourists come to Casa Soleiro delighted with a kind of time travel that this establishment provides for those who visit, with the long wooden counter and the boxes and products displayed on the shelves in the same way since the founding of the store.

With over 100 years of history, at Centenária Casa Felisberto, you can watch the preparation and artisanal manufacture of marble and granite pieces and sculptures. Services include sculptures, granite and marble memorials, stone cleaning, handwriting and restoration. It has developed its reputation by providing personalized service, paying attention to the quality, detail and specificities requested by customers, also in international markets. Throughout its more than 100 years of history, it has presented itself as a well-established reference mark in the market, combining in its pieces the best of both worlds: the traditional and the modern.

Cervejaria Gazela is a historic space of the city, awarded with numerous awards and a must stop in any gastronomic itinerary. It is known above all for its hotdogs, which are nowadays one of the most sought after and iconic snacks of Porto and an example of the best confort food you can find. They are made in toasted, narrow bread with a very spicy fresh sausage and melted cheese, cut into small pieces and served with a fresh beer. You can hardly eat just one. You will always be welcomed by your friendly staff. In addition to the hotdogs, be sure to try the famous steak too.

Confeitaria do Bolhão is a century-old house founded in 1896 that retains its original features, structures and colors, specific to Art Nouveau architecture. It is a bakery and pastries of its own manufacture and with buns coming out all day, with the sponge cake the specialty of the house. The establishment has a snack bar room where the guest is welcomed in a pleasant and cozy atmosphere and, on the ground floor, a buffet and à la carte restaurant. The attractive space and environment, the diversity and quality of the products offered, as well as the personalized and always friendly service make Confeitaria do Bolhão a space that invites the visit of all who are in the city of Porto.

The historic Confeitaria Petúlia opened to the public in 1972 and has kept the same owners since then. It is known for its many products of recognized quality, such as “Bolo Rei”, which is considered one of the best in the city and is made throughout the whole year.
But there are other specialties, such as “húngaros”, snacks, croissants, pies and “Pão-de-Ló”, which was considered the best of Porto in a blind tasting organized by Time Out in 2014.
It also has a grocery store with wines, chocolates, pasta and other products. In addition to the quality of its products, its atmosphere is familiar and welcoming.

Confeitaria Serrana has existed since 1953. However, the building where it is located dates to the nineteenth century and was the site of Ourivesaria Cunha in the early twentieth century. This building is an emblematic place of the city that is worth visiting to enjoy its unique and original space and discover what lies beyond the facade. Its décor retains a classic style dating back to the 19th century and features details such as a balcony and a painting by Acácio Lino. Besides the unique space, Confeitaria Serrana offers a wide variety of sweets, with its great specialty being the famous “bolas de Berlim”, considered by many to be the best and biggest in the city.

Costa Braga & Filhos has a history of over 150 years. In 1866, at Rua Firmeza, in Porto, the factory was named “Real e Imperial Chapelaria a Vapor de Costa Braga & Filhos”. Later, in the current facilities of Rua 31 de Janeiro, shop and production were combined. Since then it has guided its position in the market by criteria of quality, rigor and honesty. In this shop you can follow the manufacture and application of various uniform accessories. You can still know a huge collection of original equipment, some still in use. It works with the domestic and foreign markets, always offering quality and excellence products.

Shop with over 100 years. The first owner sold the company to the current owner’s grandfather. The store specializes in silver and gold products, notably the famous Portuguese filigree.

Bridging the old and the contemporary, António Sousa Oliveira’s Binding Workshop is one of the few spaces dedicated to this activity that still resists the passage of time.
Founded in 1969, with a small workshop on Rua das Taipas, it moved in 1974 to the space where it still stands today, Rua do Pinheiro.
Its founder, António Oliveira, passed on to his descendants all his passion and dedication for the art of binding. They are the ones who, today, make use of this excellent training and lead this family business, continuing a craft business that has already been operating for half a decade.

This shop and factory has been working since 1927 and has always been a family business. It’s also currently in charge, of its destinations, the fourth generation of it. Specializing in the manufacture of industrial, domestic and personal brushes, it is the only one with manual manufacture of them all over the Iberian Peninsula.
Here you will find a range of brushes designed for various and specific uses, such as shoe brushes and suits, as well as brushes for your beard.
Escovaria de Belmonte, almost centenary in its activity, offers customized solutions for all needs, complementing its production with the offer of repair service.

Farmácia Lemos is a historic pharmacy, one of the oldest in the city. It was founded in 1780 and, from that time until 1801, belonged to the Carmelite Friars of Carmo, having gone through various managements to this day. It is distinguished by the technical competence of its professionals, diversity and versatility of the products and services that it makes available to its customers. Its facilities are modern and dynamic, while investing in quality and friendliness in its service.
In addition to the sale of medicines, Farmácia Lemos works in the areas of laboratory, orthopedics and perfumery, providing services such as weight and BMI determination, blood pressure measurement, total cholesterol and blood glucose, pregnancy tests, administration of vaccines and injectables, among other solutions.

A national pioneer in this market area, Galerias da Vandoma is dedicated to the trade of antiques and works of art. Founded in 1975 by Acácio Luz and José António Luz, it is one of the most representative companies in the sector, having subsequently expanded its business area to hold auctions. It is a company that takes on an avant-garde character, striving for civic participation in city affairs, either through the events it conducts or the products it markets, subject to rigorous expertise, in order to ensure its trustworthy condition. in this establishment.

Jewelers Since its founding in the distant year 1851, José Rosas & Cª seeks to respond, in a personalized way, to the most demanding requests of its customers, who want to mark memorable occasions with unforgettable pieces. Manufactured by fully dedicated and expert jewelers, these proven pieces carry deep craftsmanship and a high artistic sense. At José Rosas & Cª, the client can find a careful selection of different collections and unique designs, which combine values such as tradition, seriousness, innovation and exclusivity.

It was in the distant year of 1912 that the centenary Livraria Académica, located at Rua Martires da Liberdade, opened its doors. Specializing in Portuguese-language authors, her wide selection covers a number of other important topics such as science, technical books and history.
With prices for various possibilities, the Livraria Académica is a landmark in the city, receiving for many decades, always with the knowledge only possible by years of experience, a legion of lovers of literature, who will be lost in this historic space and will find inevitably, among their vast offerings, some book that appeals to them, whether they are rarities or options at very inviting prices.

This bookstore dates back to the founding of the well-known “Livraria Asa” in 1967, adopting the current name in the year 2000.
José Alves bookstore has been establishing itself as a repository of excellence in the specialized technical books market, namely in the sectors of Economics, Management, Informatics, Biological Sciences, Architecture and Engineering.
Mostly geared towards Higher Education in Portugal, with equal emphasis on the Business and Professional segment, this establishment is a point of reference for all those looking for specific books, which you will surely find in this space.

One of the oldest bookstores in the country and one of the most coveted bookstores in the world, Lello is an important landmark of the city of Porto and a must-see for tourists visiting the city. Opened in 1906, the building boasts a neo-Gothic façade, standing out from the surrounding urban landscape. Inside, bookcases and ceilings are copiously worked out, with special mention being made of the extraordinary staircase leading to the first floor and the large stained glass window that bears the monogram with the Decus in labore Bookstore border. In 2016, the façade and the stained glass were carefully restored and restored to their original look and brightness.

Moreira da Costa bookstore was founded in 1902 and is one of the oldest literary bookstores in the country. It is currently owned by a founder’s grandchild and has a collection of old and rare books. It is a historic Porto shop, having received important literary gatherings in the first half of the 20th century. It has an archive of books since the seventeenth century with great emphasis on French books in the area of theology and architecture, among others, featuring a representative collection of the writer Camilo Castelo Branco. Its semicircular interior architecture gives it a unique look while remaining true to the original design.

This shop-workshop, open to the public since the early twentieth century, offers a wide range of candles for religious, decorative or similar purposes, all made by themselves. The establishment was created by the uncles of the current owner, Luis Rocha, and knowledge of production methods has been passed down from generation to generation. They produce handmade paraffin candles, which are the most sought after, according to the traditional method of “diving”. The establishment has already been built, but the traditional method of manufacture remains unchanged to this day. It is very visited by the amount of candles hanging from the ceiling, which gives it a unique look.

London Style tailor shop was founded in 1918. The knowledge and tradition of this historic store was passed down from generation to generation, without losing the ability to keep up with new trends and the evolution of This space already has 101 years of continuous activity and its longevity reflects the satisfaction of its customers, thanks to the high quality ready-to-wear products that London Style sells.
London Style tailor shop also offers excellent service with personalized attention to all its customers. the times.

Founded in 1934 and keeping its tradition to this day, Lopo Xavier is dedicated to reselling haberdashery, yarn and fabric.
The wool of this establishment, which has three private labels, arises from historical circumstances: the blockade of imports during World War II forced the production of domestic wool, having characteristics and manufacturing processes identical to those of the Shetland Islands.
Lopo Xavier is an establishment full of history, both in the space that houses the business and the products that it sells.

Founded in Porto in 1880, Machado Joalheiro intends to mirror the claims that modernity and tradition complement each other and that the passion for detail and the commitment to excellence are transmitted from generation to generation.With a personalized service and a careful selection of the most prestigious international watch and jewelery brands, Machado Joalheiros also offers its clients contemporary and sophisticated own collections. And there is a common trait to all the pieces you find at Machado Joalheiro: the highest quality and the guarantee that each choice is the ideal to celebrate unique moments.

Moura & Fortes, founded in the distant year of 1928, presents itself as an establishment that distributes the best brands of sewing machines, in addition to all accessories and consumables associated with this area. Offering its customers creative and economical solutions and customized equipment, this space offers a wide range of sewing, quilting and embroidery products, software, embroidery and accessories. The vast experience in the area of Moura & Fortes and the longevity it presents are a mirror of a service of excellence, ready to answer all your requests.

Neves & Filha jewelery has more than a century and a half of history. During that time, all the stories have been recorded in a small book in the house by customers who pass by. This traditional and familiar business has its main identity characteristic in the representative pieces of Portuguese jewelery, which it has been selling for decades. The art of jewelery is the hallmark of this establishment, which is recognized for its filigree work. Visiting Neves e Filha is like revisiting the past. All the furniture in the establishment is original. As well as the wooden and glass counter, the worked ceilings, the wall mirrors, the ivory door handles, among others.

Founded in 1947 and renovated in December 2014, Pretinho do Japão is a historic fine grocery store in the city of Porto offering consumers a wide range of gourmet products, such as cod and freshly ground coffee. Among its offer are wines, preserves, nuts, teas, cookies, jams, spices, olive oils, dehydrated p
roducts and chocolates, among others.In addition to its decoration with antique scales and mills, Pretinho do Japão also has a terrace behind the shop where customers can enjoy the menu’s coffees, teas and juices, but also its famous scones, toasts and salads.

Inaugurated in 1913, Ourivesaria Brilhante presents a refined space with antique furniture. Located in downtown Porto, Ourivesaria Brilhante is currently one of the Portuguese official licensed evaluators. It features a vast collection of gold and silver jewelery and decorative items. Ourivesaria Brilhante first owner was Mr. Queiroz, who pierced the business in the early 1940s along with Mr. Manuel da Cruz Camareiro (whose trade name was Manuel Pessoa). Currently the owner is the daughter of Mr. Manuel Pessoa and since 1996 has associated employee Arlindo Santos, official evaluator of “Casa da Moeda” (Coin House), ensuring the continuity of the business.

For many the oldest goldsmith in the city, what is certain is that the Coutinho Goldsmith was born in 1859, belongs to the same family since 1919, and has stories to tell that no other Porto remember. There were 37 goldsmiths in this area, being inserted in a bourgeois area, and today few remain. Inside we can find gold, silver and filigree, such as Viana’s hearts, cutlery, clocks, among others. Being in an area with high tourist incidence, it ends up having as clients many of these foreign passersby, but also keeping whole families who continue to shop here.

Founded by David Ferreira in 1910, Ourivesaria Luiz Ferreira is a historic establishment in the city’s commerce.
This store is renowned for its revolutionary work in the field of jewelry design, namely the articulated animals made from various raw materials by David Ferreira, the founder’s son. Luiz Ferreira was posthumously awarded the Cultural Merit Medal for his outstanding services to Portuguese culture.
In this centenary jewelry, the client will be able to find a careful selection of jewels, decoration pieces, tea services, bracelets, rings and necklaces, created with the tasteful design and always with the widely proven quality that this space offers.

Peninsular is one of the most emblematic establishments in the city, serving its clients for over 100 years and selling the most varied stationery and graphic arts. Located in a century-old building, it started as a family business and today it remains so, now in the 5th generation. It is a constant process of modernization, always accompanied by rigor and thoughtfulness, synonymous with responsibility and commitment to sustained and solid growth over the years, but without forgetting the roots and the concern to preserve the essence of a century-old house. This is the simple yet effective formula that has allowed Peninsular to continue to be part of its customers’ lives for so many decades.

Situated in the heart of downtown Porto since 1921, Papelaria Modelo is distinguished by its welcoming atmosphere where art, tradition and personalized service are present. Currently, combining tradition and modernity, Papelaria Modelo seeks the satisfaction of its customers, ensured by the professionalization of its employees. Importer of fine art materials and architectural technical material, and representative of the most reputable brands, seeks to respond quickly and permanently to the needs of its customers with a wide range of products. Here painters, plastic artists, architects and students of fine arts find specialized and unique material.

Founded in 1928, Pedro A. Baptista is distinguished by gold and silver jewelery, with its own design and execution by hand, guaranteeing the quality and prestige that characterizes it. This establishment was founded by António Dias Ribeiro Gasparinho Júnior, a merchant who stands out for his creativity, making him one of the most respected goldsmiths in the country. In 1928 the company is acquired by Pedro A. Batista who continues this prestigious goldsmith. This entrepreneur gave the space more refinement and kept the good taste in the pieces. To this fact contributed greatly the creative capacity of his brother-in-law, architect Fernando Bastos Monteiro.

Pinguim Café is a pub with a traditional atmosphere, which opened in 1987 and has a history of regular culture-related activities.
It has a long tradition of poetry evenings on Monday, started by Joaquim Castro Caldas for over 30 years, followed by poets such as Manuel Jorge Marmelo, João Habitualmente, Daniel Maia-Pinto Rodrigues, Valter Hugo Mãe, Filipa Leal, Paulo Campos dos Reis, Renato Filipe Cardoso.
Penguin Café stands out for the quality of its tonic gins and has a phrase that characterizes them “Not only of Gin lives the Penguin”. You should try the excellent hot chocolate, wines, cocktails, craft beers and snacks.

Since 1897 Príncipe Porto Portugal has been engaged in the marketing and dissemination of genuinely Portuguese regional and traditional products in the field of clothing and footwear, scarves, shawls and regional costumes. It is recognized in Portugal and abroad for the originality, authenticity and quality of the products. Exports to Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. In this store of great tradition, the customer can immerse himself deeply in Portuguese culture through the clothes and objects that mark its long history. The interior features various cast iron elements, including a spiral staircase leading to the sewing workshop.

Queijaria Amaral is the oldest cheese factory in Porto, having been founded in 1928. Since 2018 it has become one of the city’s historic shops as part of the “Porto de Tradição” municipal program.
In this establishment all products are of Portuguese origin. This cheese shop specializes in Serra da Estrela cheese, but it also includes a wide variety of cheese from other regions. It also has sections of cold cuts, ham and sausages, selling traditional smokehouse from the best regions of the country, as well as bread from Bragança, Mirandela and Avintes.

This establishment opened its doors in 1966 and was the city’s first Chinese restaurant, at a time when Chinese food was an unknown exoticism. It kept the traditional Chinese cuisine and resisted the competition, which decades later would be installed in the city. The business has been in the same family since its inception since Mr. Chow Horng Tzer founded it. It is also known as the “Bridge Chinese” because it is located next to the upper deck of D. Luís Bridge with views of the Douro river and “Serra do Pilar” monastery on the other side. We maintain the typical Chinese cuisine, highlighting the most sought after classics by regular customers: Peking Duck, Shrimp Dim Sum, Beef on the plate, among others.

Inaugurated in 1931, Escondidinho was the first restaurant to obtain two Michelin stars in 1936, which made the restaurant a place of excellence.
Its dining room, which reproduces the comfort of the 18th century residences, with the ornamental strength of the old faience and the showy ceramic wainscoting, imitating the Delft school, with its extraordinary beauty tiles, stands out for its beauty.
In the Escondidinho Restaurant you can enjoy the unique flavors of Porto gastronomy, such as “tripas” (gut), cod, beef or “cataplana”, always with a service of recognized excellence.

Filha da Mãe Preta Restaurant is a historic restaurant. It is one of the best-known houses in Ribeira, whose history goes beyond 60 years. With a unique decoration and a friendly service, here you can enjoy a unique view of the Douro River and Gaia pier while you dine. You can try one of our specialties in the area of traditional cuisine such as “Tripas à moda do Porto” (Porto-style guts), beans and rice and fried cod with scallions. In 2007 it was acquired by the owners of its neighbor, Peza Arroz Restaurant, consolidating the merger of two of Ribeira’s most emblematic and old restaurants.

Inaugurated in 1948 by the Ramos Family. Mr. Artur Ramos has transmitted over the years his knowledge in the making of the famous Tripas (guts). It has already been awarded in the contest “Hoje há Tripas”. The restaurant reopened in 2014 with a renewed image and under new management. It offers experiences of typical Porto flavors, as well as explores Italian cuisine from pasta and risottos. You can also appreciate the most renowned artists in the space, such as exterior “graffiti” of illustrious figures of history (Marques da Silva, Almeida Garrett, D. Pedro IV, Infante D. Henrique and Nicolau Nasoni). It also invites to know the exhibition of photos of the renowned architect Conceição Ferreira, inside the restaurant.

Founded on April 2, 1949, Retina Óptica has always sought to combine three values that it considers essential to the profession of opticals / opticians: the solidity of a house with family tradition; the professional attitude that positions her at the forefront of the market and the work done in close collaboration with ophthalmologists. From this point of view, Retina is made up of a team of well-prepared professionals who, in a personalized manner, serve clients with rigor, seriousness and attention, constantly seeking to find the best answer to their specific needs. Since 1949, but permanently updated, Retina is a reference brand in the sector.

This is the first frame workshop in the city. It was founded in 1858 by two brothers, António and José dos Santos and the business is still in the family. The art of gilding and silvering with gold or silver leaf is an endangered art, but not here, where we value this craft, using traditional techniques and materials to reproduce classic objects, but also creating unique and contemporary objects. Throughout its existence, several artists created models of frames or margins, such as António Carneiro, Henrique Medina and Fernando Lanhas. The awards include the Bronze Medal at the 1900 Paris Universal Exposition and the Gold Medal at the Portuguese Industrial Exhibition in 1933.

More than 110 years old, founded in 1908, Vidraria Fonseca offers all kinds of glass products and services: decorative, lacquered and resin glass, mirrors, windows, safety glass, glass fittings, etc. It is born by the entrepreneurial spirit of Manuel Francisco da Fonseca with its first establishment in Rua das Velas, having from there several establishments around the city.
Accompanying the technological evolution of glass, the constant modernization of its machines and the high professionalism of its collaborators provide the constant improvement of the centenary Vidraria Fonseca.

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