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Easter

Riga, Latvia
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Easter

Dear friends in Porto,

Please give information regarding ,working time for shops, markets, museums and others POI in Easter time?

Thanks in advance.

Albufeira, Portugal
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1. Re: Easter

Some shops and shopping centres may not be open at all on Easter Sunday, but some will be.

Some tourist locations eg museums may also be closed on Sunday. Any markets scheduled for Friday 18th may not operate. Banks, post offices etc will be closed on Friday. Trains, trams and buses will be operating a Sunday schedule on Friday 18th.

Saturday 19th and Monday 21st will be normal hours.

it is a little confusing I know, but there is no single rule covering everything and everyone.

Riga, Latvia
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2. Re: Easter

Hi Cubsur,

Very big thanks for fast and full answer .

Porto
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3. Re: Easter

During easter, shops on the streets work normally friday and saturday from 10h00-19h00, they are closed on sundays. In shopping centres they are apened everyday from 10h00-23h00.

Municipal museums close on friday the 18th and sunday 20th.

All the other attractions (monuments and other museums) will be opened normally.

Transports work on a sunday schedule on friday.

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