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Latina is one of the most emblematic bookstores in Porto. It was founded in 1942 by Henrique Perdigão and is known for its façade, highlighting the bust of Luis de Camões. It was the first company in Portugal to create a literary contest, right in the year of its inauguration. The winner of the contest was Prof. José Hermano Saraiva who competed with the work “Vento vindo dos montes” using the pseudonym Simplicimus. Now part of the Leya group, Latina continues to offer its customers a wide range of books. Throughout its three floors you will find all the latest Portuguese and foreign literature, as well as technical, school, children's and artistic books and travel guides.

Books. School manuals

Monday to Saturday: 09h - 19h | Sunday: closed

Money, ATM, MB Way, Bank transfer



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Address:
Rua de Santa Catarina, 2 a 10

Postal Code:
4000-441

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222001294

Email:
leya.latina@leya.com

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