Photographer's Note

Aveiro, Portugal, is perhaps one of the country’s most unique and inspiring cities, and yet it remains a “hidden gem” that features on surprisingly few travel itineraries for visitors planning their trip to the western flank of the Iberian Peninsula.

This is a city quite unlike any other, a place where urban sophistication and modernity meet and merge with the unique marine environment in which Aveiro, Portugal, has its ancient roots. The lucky visitors who make their way here each year will definitely leave with the feeling of having discovered an alternative Portugal that many will never be fortunate enough to experience.

With its rich marine heritage, one would expect the food in Aveiro, Portugal, to have a focus on fish and seafood, and restaurants in Aveiro certainly do not disappoint. Choose from grand waterfront eateries overlooking the city’s canal network or friendly, family-run establishments in the old quarter, serving the freshest ingredients, carefully prepared by talented chefs for the enjoyment of their fortunate clientele.

You can even head out of town to the wide, sandy beaches to sample the catch of the day in its own seaside environment. Whichever you choose, you will find restaurants in Aveiro offer the perfect combination of value for money and delicious gastronomic delights, alongside beautiful views over the city’s main canals.

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