Most striking feature:
Miss’Opo is a beautiful cafe, shop and guesthouse in Porto. The doors open around 4pm when people are ready for some small dishes like a cheese platter and a glass of wine. You see them preparing it in the kitchen. The bread was really fresh, the wine tasted very good (maybe because I was running the whole day from one spot to another) and the atmosphere was creative. There are a few huge tables where you can sit with your friends, but it’s also possible to come here alone and read some of the magazines they’ve gathered. The interior really stands out. As you can see it’s quite dark inside and the use of wood (see the wooden house and the old chairs used in the interior) together with concrete and the green color of the plants in the window is beautiful. In the front of the place there’s a small shop and upstairs there are a few rooms.
Check out: www.missopo.com
My trip was sponsored by Transavia.