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Welcome to Aveiro

  • 3 Places to stay
  • 3 Tours
  • 8 Restaurants
  • 12 Shops

Aveiro is a city about 70km south of Porto and is known as "the Portuguese Venice" because it is bathed by the Ria de Aveiro where the Moliceiro boats sail. In the past, moliceiro boats used to collect and transport the moliço, currently they are used for guided tours to tourists in the Ria.

Due to its geographic location, the salt production in the salt flats, naval trade and fishing have always been the great assets of Aveiro and have contributed to the settlement of the population throughout its history.

However, at the end of the 16th century the channel connecting the Ria to the sea was closed by force of the winds and tides, causing the stagnation of the waters and away to other areas a large part of the population. This situation lasted until the beginning of the 19th century, when works directed by the French engineer Reinaldo Oudinot and the Portuguese engineer Luis Gomes de Carvalho solved the problem and reopened the canal. Still, it was at this less good stage that one of the most important temples of Aveiro was built – the Igreja da Misericórdia.

In 1929 the city of Aveiro was classified as a Tourism Resort, and in 1973 the University was created, currently one of the most important in the country.

As far as gastronomy is concerned, despite the varied typical fish dishes, the ovos-moles are the delicacy that represents Aveiro. The ovos-moles de Aveiro are a traditional sweet of the region made of eggs and sugar, which began to be produced by the nuns of the Mosteiro de Jesus de Aveiro and it remains until today.

Among many other places, the Ria and the San Jacinto Dunes Nature Reserve are considered important points of interest in Aveiro.

Ovos-Moles de Aveiro

The Ovos-Moles are a conventual sweet typical of the Aveiro city that began to be confectioned about 500 years ago, in the 16th century. Thanks to the politics of the use of the convents, it was in the Convent of Jesus in Aveiro that this candy was first elaborated.

At a time when it was customary for people to donate chickens to the nuns, they would then pick up the eggs and always separate the egg yolks from the egg whites. The whites were used for ironing to the habits, while the gems, having a very short shelf life were used for the making of sweets.

In an attempt to prolong the time of preservation of the gems, one of the nuns of the Convent of Jesus decided to try to add sugar to the gems and realized that the more sugar was added, the longer the gems were preserved. In addition, from this junction resulted a very good sweet, thus beginning the history of Ovos-Moles.

With the extinction of convents and religious orders in 1834, the recipe was perpetuated by the hand of the last nun and then spread to other hands.

By conventual influence, Ovos-Moles are traditionally served in wafer with motives that refer to the Aveiro city and its proximity to the sea as shells, whelks or fish. In addition, they are also presented inside small wooden barrels painted by hand.

In wafer in barrels, the genuineness of Ovos-Moles of Aveiro was recognized by the European Union, which gave it the name of Protected Geographical Indication. At the moment they are the ex-libris of Aveiro, being part of a list of conventual sweets that are served here.

Gastronomy

Leitão à Bairrada

Leitão à Bairrada

Named as one of the 7 Wonders of the Gastronomy of Portugal, this regional dish is one of the best known and appreciated not only in the Aveiro region but throughout the Country. This delicacy, which was once consumed on holidays, currently moves visitors and tourists to the experience of its tasting, being able to be appreciated in plate or in sandwiches. The Leitão à Bairrada can be eaten cold, but hot has more intense flavors. It should be stacked with the skin facing upwards to keep the crunchy texture, accompanied preferably with boiled potatoes and with orange slices.

Codfish

Codfish

Codfish is the king of Aveiro gastronomy, being closely linked to the history and daily life of the municipality. Cooked with a thousand and one forms, it is included in all the local menus, and also has a marked presence in the Costa Nova Fish Market. In his honor, is also celebrated the Cod Festival, in August in the Oudinot Garden, organized by the “Confraria Gastronómica do Bacalhau”. In Aveiro, in addition to the traditional recipes, it is still possible to taste the Codfish derivatives, which are not so usual to be found in national restaurants. “Samos”, “línguas”, faces and other parts of codfish are prepared in the good way of the traditional cuisine of the region.

Fish and Seafood

Fish and Seafood

The lovers of good food can delight in the traditional fish and seafood dishes that can be found in Aveiro. Some of the suggestions are the fish soup, the fish stew of the ria and the sea or the escabeche eels, the mussel satay or the lamprey rice. The Soup of Fish is a dish appreciated by all the country, but characteristic of the regions of the coast as it is the case of Aveiro. This soup, made with lots of fish in the area, is one of the main delicacies enjoyed in almost every restaurant. The fish stew of the ria and the sea is also one of the most appreciated dishes. In the Aveiro region, one of the most characteristic stew is that of Eels and Sprat, a very small sardine. With a seasonal availability, lamprey rice is also one of the traditional dishes of the Aveiro region. This rice, cooked with the lamprey blood, is one of the most typical dishes.

Pão-de-Ló de Ovar

Pão-de-Ló de Ovar

Pão-deLó from Ovar is a sweet typical of the region of Aveiro, more specifically from the city of Ovar, whose history is more than three centuries old. Nowadays it is a mandatory presence at the table of many Portuguese, mainly at Christmas and other festivities. It differs from traditional Pão-de-Só because of its lower shape and its more moist and creamy texture that is given by soft eggs and the shorter cooking time. A particularity of this sweet is that to taste it, you may need a spoon.

Traditional Sweets

Traditional Sweets

The Aveiro region, besides presenting a great variety of traditional dishes of fish and meat, is known for the richness and diversity of its conventual sweets, where they stand out the Ovos-Moles, the Castanhas de Ovos or the Raivas. The Ovos-Moles are considered the ex-libris of the city of Aveiro and have a conventual origin. They consist of egg yolks and sugar, wrapped in a kind of wafer with shells and others marine formats. The Castanhas de Ovos (Egg Chestnuts) are sweet little chestnuts, with a more consistent pasty texture. They are made with the sweet of eggs and almond, shaped like nuts and browned in a flame (without burning). The Raivas (rabies) already have a tradition of manufacture with more than 200 years. Made with flour, eggs, butter and sugar, its characteristic shape resembles an awkward flower.

People

Santa Joana

Santa Joana

Joana de Portugal, born in Lisbon at the beginning of 1452, was also known as Santa Joana Princess. Daughter of King D. Afonso V and Queen D. Isabel, was a Portuguese princess of the house of Aviz. Although the princess took the position of regent of the kingdom, from having been Crown Princess until the birth of her brother and future King John II, and being considered very beautiful, the princess seemed to reject the earthly goods, vehemently rejecting any proposal of marriage and exchanging parties and meetings for the seclusion of prayer. In 1475 he entered the monastic life of the Convent of Jesus in Aveiro, where he lived until his death in 1490, at the age of 38. As a royal princess and potential heir to the throne, D. Joana never professed the vows of a Dominican nun, but she always followed the rules of life and the style of the nuns of the convent. She was buried in the choir of the monastery church where years later she was ordered to build a tomb of ebony and bronze. The Princess was beatified on the papacy of Innocent II more than 200 years after her death, and already in the second half of the 20th century the Princess was declared protector of the city of Aveiro by Pope Paul VI.

Magalhães Lima

Magalhães Lima

Born in Aveiro in 1859, Jaime de Magalhães Lima was an intellectual intervener in society, writer and promulgator of Portuguese literature. He was an exemplary, humanitarian citizen who excelled in the pursuit of good and beautiful, lover of nature and the rural world. At the University of Coimbra he graduated in Law, as did his brother Sebastião, and during this period he had the opportunity to live with Portuguese literature figures such as Ramalho Ortigão or Antero de Quental. In politics, he was representative of the monarchist party, regent of the Liberal Regenerating Party in Aveiro, district civil governor and mayor. His career ended with the fall of the monarchy and the end of the government of João Franco. In literature, his work went through poetry, conferences, essays, magazines, newspapers and translations, always with a huge variety of interests ranging from religion to agriculture. The period of greatest creation will have been in the retreat of his political life in the farm of San Francisco in Eixo, where he lived surrounded by the nature that so much prezava, being there that would die in 1936.

João Afonso de Aveiro

João Afonso de Aveiro

João Afonso de Aveiro, born in Aveiro, was an important Portuguese navigator. He participated in the expedition to Costa da Mina in 1481 and accompanied Diogo Cão in the discovery of the Zaire River and the Kingdom of Congo on the African coast in 1484. João Afonso also owes the discovery of the kingdom of Benin, in Guinea, where he established factories, and which was known for some time by Terras de João Afonso. It is also due to import the first pepper to Lisbon.

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Antiga Cooperativa Agrícola

Referred as Edifício Arte Nova, this building is situated in the parish of Vera Cruz. The phenomenon of Arte Nova (art nouveau) was essentially confined to the decoration, with no interferences in the structure level. The façade is beautifully decorated and it’s filled with curved lines, and wi[…]

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Capela de São Gonçalinho

Built in 1714, the São Gonçalo Chapel (or São Gonçalinho chapel) is located along one of the Ria de Aveiro canals, in the neighborhood of Beira-Mar. The local people believe that holy heals bone diseases and marital problems. The festival in honor of São Gonçalo takes place on the Sunday closes[…]

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Catedral de Aveiro

This cathedral dates back to the 15th century, when it was the Convento de S. Domingos. Between the 16th and 17th centuries, there were conservation constructions where the lateral naves were converted into devotional chapels. The nave was reconstructed in the 18th century. There are tiles in t[…]

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Centro de Congressos de Aveiro

The Cultural and Congress Centre is part of a beautiful building of industrial architecture. Previously named Factory Jerónimo Pereira de Campos this building was designed by José Olímpio and it was also built between the years of 1915 and 1917. Since the opening in 1995, it’s ideal for exhibit[…]

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Ecomuseu Marinha da Troncalhada

Known as the Ecomuseu Marinha da Troncalhada, this site shows, in free or guided visits, the methods of artisanal salt production, as well as the surrounding fauna and flora, since it is in large part an open-air museum.

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Edifício da Casa Amarela

Probably built in the 20th century, this Art Nouveau building has a longitudinal layout. In the first floor, the façade is highlighted by windows that have a stone balcony. The front door and the windows are in wood and on the first floor the doors have almost the same height as the windows. Th[…]

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Edifício das Quatro Estações

Designed by the architects Francisco and Licínio Ferreira, who were painters of Fábrica Fonte Nova, this is an Art Nouveau building with a facade lined with panels of tiles. These panels represent the four seasons of the year – autumn and winter on the ground floor and spring and summer o[…]

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Estação Ferroviária de Aveiro

Building that began to be constructed at the beginning of 1856 at the insistence of the Deputy Jose Estevão and planned by the engineer Wattier, saw its conclusion in 1864. As the initial building was small and simple, in 1916 were made works of enlargement carried out by Licínio Pinto and Fran[…]

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Estátuas das Pontes

The Statues of the bridge are four standing statues placed at the four ends of the bridge of the main channel of the Ria, in the Praça Humberto Delgado. Each one of the statues depicts a traditional city figure. The Salineira, a woman who works at the salines, uses traditional clothes and a bas[…]

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Forte da Barra de Aveiro

This fort is situated in Ílhavo, in Aveiro. A lighthouse and a small surrounding fort were built near the river Vouga in the 16th century, in order to facilitate the navigation in that area. In the 20th century it became the property of the Administração do Porto de Aveiro, since its defence fu[…]

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Igreja da Misericórdia

The project of this church started in 1585, by the architect Filipo Terzio, but the constructions only finished in 1653 under the orientations of the Portuguese builder Manuel Azenha. The façade of this church is covered in tiles of the 19th century and it has a baroque style. Between the four […]

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Igreja das Carmelitas

Built in 1657 as a residential palace, in 1704 the chapel of the palace was transformed into a conventual temple. During the 18th century several decorative methods were added, such as paintings, tiles, woodwork and sculptures. The convent, in 1905, was almost destroyed since there were constru[…]

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Igreja Nossa Senhora da Apresentação

The Igreja Nossa Senhora da Apresentação is the Igreja Paroquial of Aveiro. Its construction went through two phases: in the first half of the 17th century and the other in the second half of the same century. The façade has two panels of tiles and the inside is covered with a gilded carving. A[…]

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Jardim do Rossio

With view to one of the canals in Aveiro, this garden is very well situated. During the summer, it’s perfect to cool a little bit of, due to the canal. It’s also perfect to have a picnic, to read a book, play with kids or even just to relax near the canal. This is filled with several species of[…]

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Museu Arte Nova

Also called Casa do Rossio and facing the main channel of the Ria de Aveiro, the Casa do Major Pessoa is considered the main monument of Arte Nova architecture. On the initiative of Mário Belmonte Pessoa, this building was projected between 1907 and 1909, with the design of the architects Ernes[…]

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Museu da Cidade de Aveiro

The city’s museum in Aveiro was conceived in the concept of a participative museum, involving the community in the construction of its museological contents and the goal was to highlight the people that have been a part of the town’s history. There are several temporary exhibitions that are mad[…]

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Navio-Museu Santo André

The Navio-Museu Santo Adré is one of the poles of the Museu Marítimo de Ílhavo. Built in 1948 in Netherlands, on order from the Aveiro Fishing Company, as a cod trawler, this vessel was part of the Portuguese fleet of cod fishing. The following year he was registered in the Capitania do Porto d[…]

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Parque da Baixa de Santo António

A very green park, the Parque da Baixa de Santo António was built for everyone that wanted a place to play sports, enjoy a day outside, have fun, read a book, or just relax and enjoy the green of the park. Inside the park there are some fields for people to play football and other sports. There[…]

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Parque Infante D. Pedro

Established on a property belonging to the Frades Franciscanos, the Infante D. Pedro park was built on an area that was part of the Convento de Santo António. There was a brook that used to pass through the park and nowadays the only evidences of this brook are lakes and fountains present in th[…]

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Praça do Peixe

In one of the most typical sites in the city of Aveiro, the Praça do Peixe is now a perfect location for nightlife. This goes back to the 20th century where the first goal of this square was to sell fish and salt. Its perfect location was favored due on of the canals where the salt and fish wer[…]

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Residência Silva Rocha

Francisco Augusto Silva Rocha was born in 1864 and he was responsible of many Art Nouveau designs in Aveiro. This residence was built in 1904 and the ornamented façade is highlighted with curvy lines, a common feature in Art Nouveau. In the ground floor the window and the door meet in an arch, […]

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Ria de Aveiro

Formed in the 16th century due a sea retreat, it’s one of the most important rias in Portugal. This is also the mouth of the Rio Vouga, a beautiful and stunning landscape in Portugal. The length of the Ria is about 45 kilometers and the estuary involved has 11,000 hectares. It presents an amazi[…]

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Teatro Aveirense

The construction of this theater began in 1855 but due to financial problems it wasn’t completed until the late decade 1881. In the following year the first play was performed by the Companhia de Teatro D. Maria II. Since then, several portuguese and foreign companies and actors participated in[…]

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Universidade de Aveiro

The Universidade de Aveiro is currently one of the most important public higher education establishments in Portugal. Founded in 1973, in addition to undergraduate courses, it also has technological specialization courses, master’s degrees and doctorates. The main campus is located between the […]

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Alavarium Bar

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Armazém da Alfândega

Located in Largo do Rossio, the Armazém da Alfândega restaurant opened in January 2017 to pay homage to the gastronomy, culture and traditions of the Aveiro city. In an area of election, with a decoration inspired by local traditions and in harmony with a contemporary design, chef Daniel Cardos[…]

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Cais da Tosca

Located on Cais do Alboi, the Cais da Tosca is a restaurant and brewery serving Portuguese tapas and snacks. In an ideal space for groups, which occupies two floors overlooking the pier, the decor is based on the blue and yellow tones of the logo, with simple and relaxed furniture in order to m[…]

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Faros Gourmet

Known for delicious snacks, traditional tapas and the friendliness of those who work there, this grocery store and gourmet tobacconist is distinguished by tradition, innovation and certainly by location. Next to Praia da Barra, in Aveiro, the “Faros Gourmet” finds only products that[…]

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Kitten’s Irish Pub

Right in the city center of Aveiro, in Rossio / Praça do Peixe, we find Kitten’s Irish Pub. The folk music is the dish of the day, in addition to the various delicacies of tapas to match the environment. With a wide range of national and international beers, you can also enjoy the summer […]

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Má ideia

Located inside an art gallery, Má Ideia (Bad Idea) is a bar whose art is reflected in a meticulous selection of craft beer and coffee. In this bar there are always available 12 taps of handmade beer of national and international brands. Along with the generous beer list, we also work with Speci[…]

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Maré Cheia

Located in the space of the old Casa Carioca, Maré Cheia is a restaurant of reference that mainly serves fish and seafood dishes. With a typical decoration, a family atmosphere and a pleasant terrace, it is a leading restaurant and pioneer in the varied offer of fish and seafood, always accompa[…]

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Tasca do Confrade

Located in the historical part of the city, Tasca do Confrade is a typical restaurant where you can taste traditional Portuguese food. Featuring regional inspired décor with traditional wall tiles and utensils, this restaurant has a cozy, family-like atmosphere. With an average price of €10 per[…]

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Acácia Rubra

Situated in the Mercado Municipal Manuel Firmino, an iconic space of the city of Aveiro, the Acácia Rubra presents itself as a store that sells only the best of the Portuguese production. Joining the best of various brands, in a variety of jams, honey, chocolates, tisanas, port wine, chutneys a[…]

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Alma de Alecrim

Born of Filipa and Pedro’s passion for travel and photography, “Alma de Alecrim” presents itself as a Concept Store located in the center of Aveiro. In a space where simplicity prevails, “because life must be simple”, it is possible to find unique, practical, desig[…]

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Arcádia

Arcádia is an historic portuguese brand specialized in artisanal confectionery of chocolates. Original recipes with more than 80 years. Try one of the best chocolates in the world.

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Cais À Porta

In the center of the city, the Cais à Porta store presents a distinctive concept, idealized by Cristina Rito and Frederico. In this place, in addition to Vélogic – Ciclismo Urbano, there are only the most innovative and creative brands and articles of our country. In this wonderful and su[…]

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Confeitaria Peixinho

Confeitaria Peixinho is an obligatory stop for those who pass through the Aveiro city and also for those who live there. Open since 1856, it is the oldest local confectionery, specializing in Ovos Moles and Regional Sweets. From generation to generation, this intimate and familiar house maintai[…]

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Faros Gourmet

Known for delicious snacks, traditional tapas and the friendliness of those who work there, this grocery store and gourmet tobacconist is distinguished by tradition, innovation and certainly by location. Next to Praia da Barra, in Aveiro, the “Faros Gourmet” finds only products that[…]

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M 1882

Of the many companies that dedicate themselves to the making of Ovos Moles de Aveiro, the Maria da Apresentação da Cruz e Herdeiros house – M 1882, is the one with the most tradition and where the most genuine and celebrated Ovos Moles are made. Since 1882, Maria da Apresentação, now with[…]

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mySugar Creations

Presenting itself as a brand of illustrated chocolates, “mySugar” is in the national market for 7 years and offers its customers a very welcoming shop in Aveiro, where diversity in its sweet world, captivates all the senses of those who enter at number 7 of the street José Afonso. H[…]

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Nós Trás Os Montes

Shop for regional products from Trás-os-Montes such as olive oil, honey, sausages (alheira de Mirandela, ham, sausage), jams, wine, among many other items.

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Pássaro de Seda

Even behind the building of the Town Hall is, since 2015, the Pássaro de Seda, a craft shop that presents 100% Portuguese with the label “Portugal Sou Eu”. Since its opening, the artisan Maria João Cravo has designed pieces of bijouterie and decoration made of ceramics, namely porce[…]

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10:00 – 19:00

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Portuguese Handmade Studio

Two artists, two brands, “Unique by Shelynne” and “Tércia Bags”, in a atelier located in front of the Ria de Aveiro, make handmade recyclable and natural materials in contemporary and unique accessories. Hides, fabrics, natural and semi precious stones, are some of the materials worked in order[…]

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Sunday:

11:00 – 17:00

Monday:

10:00 – 19:00

Tuesday:

10:00 – 19:00

Wednesday:

10:00 – 19:00

Thursday:

10:00 – 19:00

Friday:

10:00 – 19:00

Saturday:

10:00 – 19:00

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Primeiro Balcão

The three rooms illuminated by open doors from a balcony facing the Ria de Aveiro, on the 1st floor of an Art Nouveau building, receive the “Primeiro Balcão”. This eclectic Vintage store, makes us travel through a whole set of emotive, sensory and visual experiences, bringing togeth[…]

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Checking out the tours for Aveiro

In the Region 15,00€

Beach Tour: Barra e Costa Nova

Get to know the imposing story of the opening of the dune at Praia da Barra, next to Portugal’s tallest lighthouse and the iconic Palheiros, the striped houses of Costa Nova!

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In the City 20,00€

City Tour Aveiro + Beaches (Barra e Costa Nova)

Get to know the both the City and the Beaches by land aboard aboard a minivan and unravel the secrets of the old station, College, and other hot spot. Go For It!

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In the City 13,00€

Moliceiro Boat Ride

Gliding through the waves of the Ria Channels with impressive grace, the traditional tour on a Moliceiro boat shows Aveiro in all it’s splendor, from it’s most recent cosmopolitan area to the typical classic neighbourhoods: the scene and the sea!

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Aveiro Urban

Aveiro Urban offers you three accommodations, all with everything you need to spend a few days of rest and enjoy what Aveiro has for you! Modern apartments in the city center, fully equipped and furnished, with TV, cable channels, wi-fi and air conditioning. With a maximum capacity of 3 to 4 pe[…]

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Innapartments – São Gonçalinho

Innapartments is located in the heart of Aveiro, next to Praça do peixe and opposite one of the famous canals of Ria de Aveiro. Where you can catch a Moliceiro boat to take a ride on the canals. Some apartments have a unique view over Ria de Aveiro. The apartments feature a unique décor with pl[…]

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Meliã Ria Hotel & Spa

The Meliá Ria Hotel (opening in the last quarter of 2005) is in a new development of high quality in the center of Aveiro, with views of the lake formed by the river Ria de Aveiro. Located near the Cultural Center and the Congress and the train station, within walking distance of the historic c[…]

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