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Guest House Douro
99-101 rua Fonte Taurina
4050-270 Oporto
Phone: +351--222015135
Fax: +351--222015136
Cellular: +351--962127645

Carmen and Joao

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Photo Album

Photo Album

Welcome to our home !View of the Dom Luis Bridge and some port lodges from one of the waterfront rooms.
The promenade along the river in front of the house. The sun showed suddenly, after a big storm. What a beautiful always changing light, the river offers us every minute.View of the house from the River side. It is the middle one with the black tiles. The house is a national monument: a fisherman that lived there invented a famous codfish dish with his name, cod "á Gomes de Sá". The house is about 250 years old and excavations during construction showed roman beached under the house.
Part of a long line of narrow houses set on the Ferdinand Wall, our guesthouse(the black house on the left) is part of the UNESCO's World Heritage Site of Porto.View of Fonte Taurina Street, one of the oldest of Porto, first referenced in 1296. The While house across from us is where Henry the Navigator was born. It is a little museum where you can view some roman ruins (first Custom House of Porto).
This used to be the entrance of the house. It is now room 102.View of our house from Fonte Taurina Street where the entrance is.