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Café da Porta do Olival

Café Porta do Olival is the oldest café in Porto city still in operation. It was already in operation in 1853, in the same place where it currently operates: in the middle of the Fernandina Wall, very close to the old port of Olival, one of the most important entrances of the city of Porto in medieval times. According to records, already in 1926 was considered the oldest coffee in Portugal. In addition to the unique opportunity to visit an authentic museum with a unique history and charisma overlooking the Clérigos Tower, Café Porta do Olival is a great place for a coffee break, a fine meal or to starve with a of its economic snacks, such as its bifanas and assorted sandwiches.

Pastry, Breakfast, Lunch, Menu, Coffee

Monday to Saturday 6:00 - 22:00



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Address:
Campos Mártires da Patria, 126

Postal Code:
4050-367

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222057129

Email:
cafeportadoolival@gmail.com

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