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All reviews cobbled streets walled city orange trees worth a visit cafes and restaurants lovely town storks nesting walk around municipal museum cathedral tower nice walk bell tower few hours couple of hours ria formosa marina stroll
Love the flooring - all mosaic patterns. So many back streets to explore and little quaint shops to visit. Plenty of souvenirs to be bought. You could spend an entire day walking around if you like, but a half day or a morning will suffice....More
My daughter and I put a day aside to explore the historic Old Town of Faro. We managed to cover most of what we set out to achieve, our biggest regret was somehow we missed out on Carmo Church - never mind, perhaps another time....More
You can not visit faro and miss a walk amongst the cobbled stones and drink or a meal at the lovely places dotted around and visit the church. Most people land in faro and go off but it is a beautiful place to visit and...More
Faro old town was great for exploring cobbled narrow streets. The cathedral (€3.50 entry for adults much less for students/school age) was good. Good views from the top of you're ok with steep steps. All of it next to the harbour and not far away...More
This is the most tranquil place the cathedral is amazing and as you walk through the gates ou can feel yourself walking in to history beware of going Sunday as the prayers will take all day and you can’t visit then
This city is vibrant. Thanks to its location, Faro manages to maintain a calm atmosphere and the charm of the tradition that floats above, surrounded by beautiful walls, the Old Town. I spent a wonderful time there with my family. Streets full of charm, pubs...More