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Average price per hotel night and category in Porto for the following weeks

1 star hotel 1 Star 2 stars hotel 2 Stars 3 stars hotel 3 Stars 4 stars hotel 4 Stars 5 stars hotel 5 Stars
2/26/17 - 2/26/17 1 star hotel 1 Star $31 2 stars hotel 2 Stars $33 3 stars hotel 3 Stars $38 4 stars hotel 4 Stars $72 5 stars hotel 5 Stars $104
2/27/17 - 3/5/17 1 star hotel 1 Star $29 2 stars hotel 2 Stars $27 3 stars hotel 3 Stars $38 4 stars hotel 4 Stars $57 5 stars hotel 5 Stars $86

Target price (based on users' searches) per person and night considering the most economical pricing.

157 Accommodations in Porto

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Hotel Malaposta

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Porto 372 yd from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 257 reviews
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Hotel Quality Inn Porto

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Porto 577 yd from city centre Score: 4 / 5 879 reviews
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Hotel Quality Inn Portus Cale

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Porto 1.5 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 366 reviews
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Hotel Star Inn Porto

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Porto 2.2 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 739 reviews
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Hotel Vila Galé Porto

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Porto 1,111 yd from city centre Score: 4 / 5 986 reviews
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Grande Hotel do Porto

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Porto 413 yd from city centre Score: 4 / 5 1212 reviews
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Hotel Vincci Porto

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Porto 1.1 mi from city centre
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Da Musica Hotel

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Porto 1 mi from city centre
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Hotel Intercontinental Porto Palacio das Cardosas

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Porto 504 yd from city centre Score: 5 / 5 1770 reviews
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Hotel Boa Vista

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Porto 3.3 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 279 reviews
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Hotel HF Ipanema Park

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Porto 2.1 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 1077 reviews
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Hotel Tryp Porto Centro

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Porto 1,150 yd from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 536 reviews
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Hotel Infante Sagres

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Porto 345 yd from city centre Score: 4 / 5 887 reviews
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Hotel Pestana Vintage Porto & World Heritage Site

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Porto 1,184 yd from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 1772 reviews
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Hotel Pestana Palácio do Freixo

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Porto 1.9 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 1524 reviews
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Hotel Eurostars Heroísmo

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Porto 1,610 yd from city centre

Hotels in Porto

Time has stopped in the city of Oporto. Although boisterous and full of life, it is not difficult to imagine its medieval past when wandering in its side streets. From its origins in 139 AD, Oporto has participated actively in the economic development of Portugal. The citizens’ hard-working character, their tiles, forges and bridges, all imprint their particular characteristics upon this charming city.
We can begin our route by Oporto, known as the Mercado do Bolhao, a traditional market of English style that yet retains the flavor of years past. Go towards Rua Santa Catarina - the commercial street here - to appreciate the tiles of the facade of the Chapel of the Souls, and further down, savor a coffee in the charming art nouveau Majestic Café. Descending by Rua 31 do Janeiro allows you to observe other examples of art nouveau before arriving at the Iglesia de los Congregados (Church of the Congregated Ones), with its showy tile facade, and the 18th century Palace of the Cardosas. In order to contemplate the stately buildings, walk the Avenida dos Aliados until arriving at the City Council and the great clock tower. Or visit the soaring Torre dos Clerigos and enjoy the wonderful views of Oporto.
Stroll down Rua das Flores, one of the prettiest streets in Oporto, to see the bourgeois houses and jewelry palaces. Here you find the 19th century Palacio de la Bolsa (Stock Market Palace) with its lobby in metal and glass, and a beautiful Arabic Room inspired by the Alhambra, as well as the 13th century Church of San Francisco with its Baroque façade, the interior of which holds pieces of great artistic value. And then take pleasure in the view offered by the Duero River and enjoy, on foot or by boat, the colorful beauty of the Plaça do Ribeira, admiring the size of the 19th century Bridge of Luis I (constructed by a disciple of Gustave Eiffel). If you cross the river, you will arrive at Vila Nova de Gaia, where it is possible to taste the wine of Oporto in one of the numerous warehouses.
All that’s left now are the Oporto cathedral, La Sé (built in Romanesque style, its appearance exudes strength) and the Station of San Bento, decorated with beautiful tiles that detail historical moments of Portugal’s past.