Uporto House

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  • Local accommodation
  • Address: Rua da Azenha, 254, 4200-111 Porto
  • Tel.: +351 919766779
  • Website: http://uportohouse.com
  • Opening hours: Daily All year round
  • Cost: Low cost (€)
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  • Internet access point: Yes
  • Wireless internet access: Yes
  • Languages: Portuguese, English
  • Payment cards: Multibanco, Mastercard
  • UportoHouse is modern housing intended for students, professors, researchers, technicians, as well as tourists, located in the University Area of Porto. A residence from the sixties, completely renovated and updated to guests' current needs, it offers various spaces and services: dining room, sitting room, study, garden with patio, kitchen, internet, cleaning and heating, among others. All areas are furnished and fully equipped for an enjoyable and comfortable stay. UportoHouse has 9 bedrooms: 6 single bedrooms and one double bedroom, sharing 4 full bathrooms and 2 suites with full access to the garden. A 5-minute walk from most of the Colleges, Universities and Hospitals (IPO, São João), it has a bus stop at the door with service to the city centre (10-minute trip). There is a number of supermarkets, grocers, restaurants, bakeries and other shops in the area.
  • GPS: 41.143245840937, -8.6095314920656
  • E-mail: rconde@uportohouse.com
  • Bus: STCP - 1M, STCP - 207, STCP - 303, STCP - 400, STCP - 500, STCP - 900, STCP - 901, STCP - 904, STCP - 905, STCP - 906, STCP - ZH, STCP - ZR, STCP - 10M, STCP - 11M
  • Tram: STCP - Circular trip Carmo - Batalha
  • Funicular: Metro do Porto -
  • Metro: Metro do Porto - D
  • Sightseeing Tours: City Sightseeing Portugal - Blue Line, Red Line; Yellow bus - Historical Porto, Porto Castles
  • Price: individual Bedroom 395,00€/m 194,00€/w 39,00€/d Duble Bedroom: 540,00€/m 275,00€/w 56,00€/d Suite: 490,00€/m 225,00€/w 50,00€/d
  • Recommended for: Young people, Students, Employees, Researchers

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