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Residents: 1,4 millions
Which are the best rooftops in Porto? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Porto. When it comes to rooftop bars in Porto, there are a lot of good ones. Most of the terrace bars here are located at hotels - usually the more luxurious hotels.
From the rooftops in the city, you often get a magical view of the Porto skyline, the sea and the river Douros.
Regarding special drinks that is known in Porto, the Port wine stands out as the special one at most the bars. But of course, the most classic cocktails are also available.
Most of the rooftop bars in Porto are equipped with comfortable lounge furnitures and smaller restaurants. The heights of the terraces variable from anywhere from the 2nd to 15th floor, resulting in the outlook and the views you get from the rooftops can vary a lot.
So carefully check out what suits you best. Is it good food, delicious drinks, magnificent views or party atmosphere?
All information about Porto’s rooftop bars can be found under each rooftopt. Here we list opening hours, dress code, price range, food, pictures, information, social media links, map, website, hotel reservation and comments from TripAdvisor.
Porto is Portugal's second largest city with 1.4 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area. The city is located in the north of Portugal, just where the great river Douros flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Porto has long been an important port city with lots of exports and imports. Until 2001, the city was one of Europe's cultural capitals. Porto has primarily become known through the production of the famous wine - Port Wine. Port wine is exported to dozens of countries worldwide. Other stuff that the city is famous for is their football team FC Porto, which won the Champions League in 2004 and often boasts itself as the Portuguese champions.