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Embaixada do Porto is a multipurpose space in downtown Porto that privileges the analog. It has been in existence since 2013 and its mission is to be the go-to for lovers of photography, music and retro and vintage style. Downstairs you will find a store dedicated to analog and instant photography and music: Polaroids, photographic rolls, turntables, vinyls. On the first floor, with ripped windows over the square and Carmo Church, is the Embaixada’s Bar, which is a café during the day and a bar at night. There are different styles of music every day of the week, and you can drink a mojito or piña colada, or eat a salad or a Nutella pancake. On Saturdays there are Photography Workshops.

Turntables, speakers, instant and analog cameras, photographic rolls, vinyl records, radios, headphones, pop funk

Monday to Saturday: 11:00 - 02:00, Sunday 14:00 - 02:00



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Address:
Praça Carlos Alberto, 121

Postal Code:
4050-159

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
912133034

Email:
info@embaixadaporto.com

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