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Porto, Portugal

Café Ceuta (est. 1953)

This café from 1953 is inspired by the Portuguese conquering of the city of Ceuta, in the north of Africa. Its architect, Carlos Neves, wanted to follow the trend of creating different light effects, and for that he used a system of lamp shades. The cafe was known to be frequented by ministers and other…
Porto, Portugal

Café Aviz (est. 1947)

With its crystal chandelier and bronze sculpture, the Aviz Tea Room was born in 1947 right in the Downtown of the city of Porto. This was the period immediately following the Second World War. Then in the 1960s and 1970s, the Café Aviz became one of the reference cafés for university students, helped by the…
Pastel de Belém

The famous Portuguese sweets

When you think of Portuguese sweets, Pastel de Nata or Pastel de Belém is one of the first specialties that come to mind. The famous custard tarts of puff pastry, egg, milk, sugar and the perfect blend of lemon and cinnamon are the most popular sweets in the country, and both are delicious hot and…
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