Where we are

The Ribeira quarter is one of the most iconic neighbourhoods in Porto, steeped in history and charm.
Along the Douro
This lively district is situated along the Douro River and boasts colourful buildings, quaint cafes, and bustling markets. From Ribeira Square, visitors can enjoy stunning views of the river and the famous Dom Luis I Bridge. The narrow streets and alleyways are perfect for exploring on foot, and visitors will discover hidden gems at every turn, from traditional taverns to boutique shops. Whether you’re seeking a taste of local cuisine or a glimpse into Porto’s rich history, the Ribeira quarter is a must-visit destination during your stay in Porto.
What to do
and visit in Porto

Visit the Palácio da Bolsa: This impressive 19th-century building was once the stock exchange of Porto and now houses a museum and event space.

Visit the iconic Dom Luis I Bridge and take in the panoramic views of the city.

Explore the narrow streets of the historic district of Miragaia and its colourful houses.

Visit the medieval Porto Cathedral, a magnificent architectural landmark.

Indulge in the local gastronomy and try the famous “Francesinha” sandwich.

Port wine Cellars
Visitors to Porto can take a tour of the many port wine cellars that line the banks of the Douro River, where they can learn about the history of port wine and sample some of the best wines in the world. The cellars, just a 10-minute walk from us, are accessible by boat, allowing visitors to take in the stunning scenery of the Douro Valley as they taste the wines. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply looking to try something new, a glass of port wine is a must-try during your visit to Porto.
We can’t wait to welcome you to My Ribeira, where adventure and happiness are always on the menu. Experience Porto like a local and create unforgettable memories in our charming guest house.
And if you want to discover even more hidden gems, just ask our friendly team at My Ribeira for their personal recommendations.