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Livraria Lello is a bookshop with an extraordinary historical and architectural value, located at the number 144 of Rua das Carmelitas, in downtown Porto, in Portugal. Its origins date back to 1881, when the brothers José and António Lello opened an...more
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I do not blame the owners for charging 5 euro to enter! Why not? I found it interesting just to walk around an see it, or maybe I should say wedge my way around to see it. It is gorgeous and I feel like I...More
Lello is considered one of the most beautiful bookshops in the world . It is worthy a visit but you shall be prepared to buy tickets to go in and also, depending on the time, to wait in a long line to go in it.
It’s becoming a touristy place and takes the charms of quirky book store away. Way too noisy for a book store. Some people comes here for Harry Potter, but the scene was not shot there. the books seem to get charged at a higher price...More
The famous "Hogwarts" staircase is just as amazing as the guidebooks promise, and despite the wait, the crowds, and the steep entrance fee (currently 5 euros), it's worthwhile. One caveat: the entrance fee can supposedly be used toward purchase of a book (not other merchandise)...More
Visited with our guide so didn’t have to queue. Gosh it was heaving and very warm. It’s a fantastic place to visit and that staircase is amazing. I know friends who visited over Christmas when the shop was almost empty and serving mulled wine to...More
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No, there is no such limitation. You may not use your photos for commercial purposes, and you are asked to CO tribute to a calm visit and a steady flow of and down the stairs. This was the case in October, at least.