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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
Old town of Faro is great to see with a professional tour guide. We were very lucky to call the Tourist office in Faro and find out that they organize a FREE WALKING TOUR every day, just some days it's in English, some in Portugeese....More
The old town is surrounded by the.city walls and has cobbled streets taking you down a myriad of interesting places. The cathedral is a highlight and do climb the tower for a fabulous view of faro and out to sea. There are several bells in...More
Managed to get a free parking bay and headed for a drink at the quayside, as we wandered off we noted a decorated archway churchlike, it was like going to wonderland, up cobbled pathways beautiful buildings, orange blossom in the air and beautiful music, I...More
Cidade velha - old town of Faro is quite nice.
Clean and well preserved. The old walls surrounding leads to small and narrow streets. They lead to a square and cathedral.
Square is ornamented with orange trees.
From top of church roof top nice view...More
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Yes, Faro is really a centre - you can get nearly anywhere from there by train s and buses. We were as far as in Lagos from there by train - and it was no problem. We could sleep and eat and on the way back the conductor... More
Yes, Faro is really a centre - you can get nearly anywhere from there by train s and buses. We were as far as in Lagos from there by train - and it was no problem. We could sleep and eat and on the way back the conductor told us when to get off. We also were by bus in Estoi . also no problem.