Porto is the Portuguese city of colours, and Lisbon is its capital. It is the second most important city in Portugal after Lisbon, a city with which it has maintained a healthy rivalry over the years. Today it remains one of the emblems of the Portuguese country, specifically for its extra ... Read more
Porto is the Portuguese city of colours, and Lisbon is its capital. It is the second most important city in Portugal after Lisbon, a city with which it has maintained a healthy rivalry over the years. Today it remains one of the emblems of the Portuguese country, specifically for its extraordinary wines. But Porto is much more: art, integration with the landscape, colourful architecture, and, above all, its Douro river. It still retains that melancholic and decadent touch that dazzles many, grabs you and practically makes you feel obliged to return. We know how complicated it can be to park in Oporto, those days when you are short of time, it can be difficult to find a well-located car park, so we offer you a great solution with a tremendous car park in the centre; the Eurostars Heroísmo car park meets your needs and takes a great weight off your shoulders.
This great Garage couldn't be better located, specifically at Rua do Heroísmo 235, 4300-259 Porto, Portugal has unbeatable rates that fit any pocket, plus it's available for you 24 hours a day every day of the year. Yes, you read that right. No matter what time you want to leave or arrive, you can always count on Parking Eurostars Heroísmo to make the most of your stay in this beautiful city.
A good idea to start exploring Porto is to go to the Batalha neighbourhood, in the upper part of the city. There you will find the impressive Sé Cathedral, a temple whose construction took so long that it was built in a variety of styles that appeared over such a long period of time. Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, the Sé is a harvest of the best of Porto's art! Don't fall in love with the tile decoration.
Continuing with the monumental and artistic heritage of the city. In this field we cannot miss the imposing city walls, an incomparable vestige declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You will be able to enjoy two types of walls, the ancient one of Roman origin, called Cerca Velga, and the more modern one called Cerca Nova. After the growth of the city, the walls were progressively demolished, although today some sections are still preserved. The best preserved is known as Trecho dos Guindáis.
The Ribera del Duero, also known for being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and not for nothing, given the spectacular cultural landscape it offers us. You will be able to admire the unmistakable and most popular panoramic view of the city, with its charming little colourful houses. You can't miss the sunset on the river, an unforgettable experience. If you can't resist the urge to sail the river, you can do so by booking a cruise on board one of the rabeiros.
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How to get there?
Car park hours
Open 24 hours a day
How to enter?
ARRIVAL: Take a ticket. Park in any free space. Go to the hotel reception with your Parclick reservation.
UPON YOUR RETURN: Go to the hotel reception with your Parclick reservation and the ticket.