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3 Nights in Porto at a Centrally located Apartment (Including return flights from London) £55p/p (£110 total) @ Booking.com / Ryanair
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3 Nights in Porto at a Centrally located Apartment (Including return flights from London) £55p/p (£110 total) @ Booking.com / Ryanair

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Seems like a decent price, especially as the flights are at reasonably nice times Date of trip = 4th - 7th March for 2 people. The price only includes one small backpack which can fit under your seat (it is therefore recommended you wear all your bulkiest clothes items onto the plane) although you can add an extra 2 cabin bags (55 x 40 x 20 cm) for £20 which may be worth it for some. For accommodation, I have selected the Porto Studio apartment which is well reviewed and centrally located. I have also linked a few more cheap accommodation options below if the initial apartment sells out. Of course feel free to select your own alternative accommodation

Flights (£18p/p) :
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Accommodation (£37p/p) :

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Alternative accommodation (well reviewed):
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SpamJavelin18/01/2020 21:55

Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a …Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a few quid to upgrade to a proper size carry on which is barely enough for 3 nights.


You can wear your shoes on your feet. FYI they may ask you to take them off at security but you are allowed to put them back on again.
That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The building is "just sublime" (to quote John Levy on YouTube) It seems impossible to me that anyone could look at that and not say to themselves "did we really build that? What, really? What with, pick axes, shovels and donkey's and carts? Because there were no JCB's a hundred years ago, trust me. Well worth the flight.....many thanks and take some heat ;-)
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one small backpack


thank you for post BUT its very small designed for a laptop bag!
Edited by: "cullies" 18th Jan
Great deal this, thanks for sharing
That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The building is "just sublime" (to quote John Levy on YouTube) It seems impossible to me that anyone could look at that and not say to themselves "did we really build that? What, really? What with, pick axes, shovels and donkey's and carts? Because there were no JCB's a hundred years ago, trust me. Well worth the flight.....many thanks and take some heat ;-)
cullies18/01/2020 18:48

one small backpackthank you for post BUT its very small designed for a … one small backpackthank you for post BUT its very small designed for a laptop bag!


For 3 nights you don't need much to carry and it may be cheaper to get your essentials there. I often carry only very little with me and buy from abroad what I need.
Or for £10 each way you can add the larger cabin bag, 1 in between 2 may be enough for 2 days.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Jan
perkypig18/01/2020 18:53

That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The …That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The building is "just sublime" (to quote John Levy on YouTube) It seems impossible to me that anyone could look at that and not say to themselves "did we really build that? What, really? What with, pick axes, shovels and donkey's and carts? Because there were no JCB's a hundred years ago, trust me. Well worth the flight.....many thanks and take some heat ;-)


Thanks for the nice comment It really was amazing what could be built with just basic equipment up until very recently! I mainly posted the image because of the tram however
sheffield78818/01/2020 18:54

For 3 nights you don't need much to carry and it may be cheaper to get …For 3 nights you don't need much to carry and it may be cheaper to get your essentials there. I often carry only very little with me and buy from abroad what I need.Or for £10 each way you can add the larger cabin bag, 1 in between 2 may be enough for 2 days.


Yes adding one "hold" bag or two of the cabin bags between two is probably a good idea for many and does not add much onto the overall cost
Porto is a fab city highly recommend it! We went last Feb.
Edited by: "tallone" 18th Jan
perkypig18/01/2020 18:53

That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The …That's an amazing picture Reindeer333...many thanks for posting. The building is "just sublime" (to quote John Levy on YouTube) It seems impossible to me that anyone could look at that and not say to themselves "did we really build that? What, really? What with, pick axes, shovels and donkey's and carts? Because there were no JCB's a hundred years ago, trust me. Well worth the flight.....many thanks and take some heat ;-)


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You can use a 25l rucksack that isn’t packed full. That will easily fit in the size box and under the seat in front. You shouldn’t need anything bigger for 3 nights.
deleted137782318/01/2020 20:33

You can use a 25l rucksack that isn’t packed full. That will easily fit in …You can use a 25l rucksack that isn’t packed full. That will easily fit in the size box and under the seat in front. You shouldn’t need anything bigger for 3 nights.



You've clearly not met my daughter!!!
deleted137782318/01/2020 20:33

You can use a 25l rucksack that isn’t packed full. That will easily fit in …You can use a 25l rucksack that isn’t packed full. That will easily fit in the size box and under the seat in front. You shouldn’t need anything bigger for 3 nights.


Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a few quid to upgrade to a proper size carry on which is barely enough for 3 nights.
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SpamJavelin18/01/2020 21:55

Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a …Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a few quid to upgrade to a proper size carry on which is barely enough for 3 nights.


You can wear your shoes on your feet. FYI they may ask you to take them off at security but you are allowed to put them back on again.
rorschach9318/01/2020 20:26

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CERTAINLY LOOKS LIKE IT IF YOU LOOK AT PERKYPIG'S COMMENTS HISTORY! Copy/Pasteitis?
SpamJavelin18/01/2020 21:55

Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a …Are you mad? I can barely fit my shoes into a rucksack that size. Only a few quid to upgrade to a proper size carry on which is barely enough for 3 nights.


Do you really need to carry an extra pair of shoes for 3 days abroad?
Edited by: "sheffield788" 19th Jan
Siddas18/01/2020 21:50

You've clearly not met my daughter!!!


Is that her drinking Guinness?
jumpinoffthbed19/01/2020 03:33

Is that her drinking Guinness?


Hell no! Only cheap flavoured vodka will do for her!
sheffield78818/01/2020 23:04

Do you really need to carry an extra pair of shoes for 3 days abroad?


You can buy a bag that is exactly the maximum size and if you roll your clothes up tight you can easily fit 3 days clothes in.
paulh00119/01/2020 08:08

You can buy a bag that is exactly the maximum size and if you roll your …You can buy a bag that is exactly the maximum size and if you roll your clothes up tight you can easily fit 3 days clothes in.


Yes, I believe this too. I often went abroad for short breaks only with the small bag. Yes, it was better with the larger hand luggage, but it is still doable with the small one. Is only 3 days!
Porto is a wonderful city and this is a good price. However for many those times are not reasonable at all, Stansted is such a pain to get to so it still means a 4am wake up
For 3 days you really only need a pair of boxers...

Day 1 - Wear as normal
Day 2 - Flip it inside out
Day 3 - Go commando

cullies18/01/2020 18:48

one small backpackthank you for post BUT its very small designed for a … one small backpackthank you for post BUT its very small designed for a laptop bag!


I would agree BUT I just got back from Barcelona and spend 3 nights there and this was a first time I haven't booked priority ticket therefore went with a small bag.

I've got a gopro rucksack which is approx 20L and was able to get all bathroom essentials and hygiene, dslr and gopro gear, 3 tshirts, extra pair of jeans, extra jumper, body wear, some protein bars and ofcourse 3 condoms... So now I see why people say it is sufficient for short breaks.

Some guys at the gates had even larger rucksacks, however one had to pay I believe £25 as he brought small IT luggage wheel bag which is classes as 10kg (something to keep in mind).

Great city to visit....
sheffield78818/01/2020 23:04

Do you really need to carry an extra pair of shoes for 3 days abroad?


Yes, last time I went I only took one pair which got soaked and I had to walk in them for the rest of the day and they didn't dry out for ages = walking in damp shoes :-(

The time before, I only took one pair of trainers and the sole started to come apart 4 days in due to the excessive heat = trip to buy some cheap shoes to get me through the rest of the holiday :-(

I would advise everyone to have a spare set of shoes/trainers as a minimum.
zaheer200319/01/2020 16:43

Yes, last time I went I only took one pair which got soaked and I had to …Yes, last time I went I only took one pair which got soaked and I had to walk in them for the rest of the day and they didn't dry out for ages = walking in damp shoes :-(The time before, I only took one pair of trainers and the sole started to come apart 4 days in due to the excessive heat = trip to buy some cheap shoes to get me through the rest of the holiday :-(I would advise everyone to have a spare set of shoes/trainers as a minimum.


while I agree these things can happen, maybe I was lucky, but I did about 20 city breaks and never carried an extra pair with me and never had issue.
zaheer200319/01/2020 16:43

I would advise everyone to have a spare set of shoes/trainers as a minimum.


Or possibly just stay in doors if it is raining
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zaheer200319/01/2020 16:43

Yes, last time I went I only took one pair which got soaked and I had to …Yes, last time I went I only took one pair which got soaked and I had to walk in them for the rest of the day and they didn't dry out for ages = walking in damp shoes :-(The time before, I only took one pair of trainers and the sole started to come apart 4 days in due to the excessive heat = trip to buy some cheap shoes to get me through the rest of the holiday :-(I would advise everyone to have a spare set of shoes/trainers as a minimum.



Could you not just buy a decent pair of walking shoes or boots to take with you if there is a chance of heavy rain or high heat?

Can’t imagine having the hassle of lugging around a second pair of footwear just on the off chance my first pair gets soaked or melts.
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deleted137782319/01/2020 17:39

Could you not just buy a decent pair of walking shoes or boots to take …Could you not just buy a decent pair of walking shoes or boots to take with you if there is a chance of heavy rain or high heat?Can’t imagine having the hassle of lugging around a second pair of footwear just on the off chance my first pair gets soaked or melts.


This may explain why I see at the airport family of 4 with 4-5 large suitcases and hand luggage and us 4 going with a 20kg and small hand luggage. We never needed more. It's common sense to do your research first instead of booking luggage like crazy. Last time we went in Tenerife, we barely carried any clothes with us, we've spent about £20 there on clothes and left them behind. £1-2 a T-shirt, £3 a pair of shorts, the most we spent on essentials was on Sun cream. Beach holiday, you don't need that much. At least we didn't have the hassle carrying stuff with us.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 19th Jan
ryanair is already doubled ..now gbp 35
porto is such a nice city..so scenic and beautiful. but 3 nights will go quickly there
Rumana0319/01/2020 22:04

porto is such a nice city..so scenic and beautiful. but 3 nights will go …porto is such a nice city..so scenic and beautiful. but 3 nights will go quickly there


A lot of positive comments regarding Porto... will have to add it to my 2021 European travel list!
I've been to Porto and would seriously recommend it. There's loads to see and do, especially if you get a boat up the river to Duoro Valley where they make all the Port, or take a nice tram ride over to the beach. For three days it's every bit as enjoyable as the other places we've been (Barcelona, South of France, Rome etc.). Just don't get scammed by the guy pretending he's about to jump off the bridge
Heat, despite the carrier
reindeer33318/01/2020 19:01

Thanks for the nice comment It really was amazing what could be built …Thanks for the nice comment It really was amazing what could be built with just basic equipment up until very recently! I mainly posted the image because of the tram however Yes adding one "hold" bag or two of the cabin bags between two is probably a good idea for many and does not add much onto the overall cost



...I was going to say something about the tram...but there are wires above...and I think some trams were running on a wireless system......nudge, nudge.....so I chose the building ;-)
rorschach9318/01/2020 20:26

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...if it has sublime architecture or something else that peaks my interest, then yes ;-) Is that ok?
Wouldn't fly Ryanair if they paid me. Not worth the rudeness or the grief.
ryanair have always been great for me!
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