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  • Excellent apartment wonderful host.
    5 of 5

    Musical view was very well situated close to amenities you would need. The accomodation was very clean and well equipped. Sandra was a lovely host, who gave us some excellent advice on Oporto and was on hand to answer any enquiries we had. Thank you Sandra.

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • A smart, modern apartment in a quiet area of Porto, yet convenient for the city centre
    4 of 5

    We chose this apartment mainly because we were travelling to Porto in our own car and wanted a secure carparking space. The apartment is on the second floor, is accessed by a lift which also accesses the underground carpark. It is conveniently situated between Porto city centre and the A20 (IC23) internal ring road, in a residential area. The apartment is modern, very sunny, light and airy but has window screens and blackout curtains to provide shade if required. The full height windows open onto a balcony which overlooks a quiet road and an area of rather old, but picturesque tiled cottages and overgrown gardens which I understand are of historic value and are awaiting restoration. We had all the equipment required for a self catering holiday. The shower functions well and there was plenty of hot water. The furniture is comfortable and in good condition. There is storage for suitcases etc. We stayed for 5 nights. During our holiday we walked to Porto centre via the Rua de Serpa Pinto - this takes about 30 minutes. We also took the Metro from Carolina Michaelis to Bilhao (for the city centre) and other stations. It is possible to purchase 3-day multiple use tickets for public transport. My husband is a transport enthusiast - he enjoyed the trams, the Sao Bento railway station (an art lover can enjoy the spectacular tiled interior), the bridges over the Douro and the Metro. I enjoyed wandering around back streets looking at tiled facades, stone carvings etc, the second hand / antique shops on the Rua de Serpa Pinto (close to our apartment), the historic city centre and banks of the Douro. We bought a yellow bus 2-day ticket for the hop-on hop-off tourist buses which provide 2 circular tours of the city and nearby coast, plus a visit to a port tasting. We chose Manuel Pocas - a bit of a walk from the bus stop but there is another port cellar nearer the bus route. We visited the House of Henry the Navigator - a famous Portuguese prince with a British connection as his mother was Phillipa of Lancaster, an English princess. We enjoyed our stay in Manuela's flat. For us it was an ideal combination of a quiet base yet within easy walking or public transport of Porto's main sites and easily accessed by car.

    Stayed: May 2018