Tradition and Modernity: Shopping in the North of Portugal – Day 6: Walks along beautiful streets and shops

Today will be the last full day of our journey. We plan to spend it in Viana to Castelo, shopping and walking around various historical sites.
Tradition and Modernity: Shopping in the North of Portugal

Trip duration: 7 days

Alexey Lukin

À Moda Antiga


A small market, located near the port and the city garden (Jardim Marginal). Here you can not only stroll through the tents that sell a variety of antique objects: from plates to bicycles, but also eat in a bistro.



The Universo Restaurant is a stone's throw from the retro market, and it's worth having lunch if you're already hungry. It serves quality traditional regional cuisine. You will be pleased with the service and the simple but pleasant atmosphere created by the staff in the restaurant. The food is fast and tidy.

Igreja das Almas

Historic Sites

A small chapel is of great historical importance, because in addition to the azulejo tiles, it is known that it was built in the XIII century and has Romanesque features of the facade, as well as the intertwining of neoclassical elements and rococo in the interior decoration.

Estação Viana Shopping

Shopping Malls

In the historical center of the city, near the most popular attractions is a shopping center that attracts a variety of brands, a large number of mgaazinchiki with good prices and original Portuguese goods, as well as a good food court, if you want to refresh.

Pensao Laranjeira


For dinner we recommend you to come to this restaurant with a fairly simple menu and service, but its quality and quality of cuisine should not be in doubt. Traditional Portuguese dishes, stunning desserts and quality drinks are served here.