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Cordoaria's Garden

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João
João
January 15, 2020
A great garden next to Clérigos tower to relax while exploring Porto. Inside you'll also find several sculptures and busts
Josefa
Josefa
June 6, 2019
This pleasantly leafy park is known simply as ‘Cordoaria’. Check out the four haunting sculptures by Spanish sculptor Juan Muñoz. The romantic, narrow lanes that run north from the Cordoaria are the domain of Porto’s hippest bars. Rua Campo dos Mártires da Pátria
Mario
Mario
March 14, 2019
Another nice place to relax and check some beautiful landscapes.
Xana
Xana
April 12, 2018
The Cordoaria Garden is located in the vicinity of some of the top attractions of Porto, such as the Clerigos Tower (and the adjoining church), the Portuguese Center of Photography and the historical Santo Antonio Hospital. The official name of the venue is the Joao Chagas Garden, but locals…
Liiiving
Liiiving
March 28, 2018
Where everyone in town meets.

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Porto, Porto 4050-366