The best places to visit in Oporto.
- Clérigos Tower
It is an ex-libris of the city. One of the best views of the city is at the top of this beautiful 75 meter high tower. However, to enjoy it, you will have to climb 225 steps. But it will be worth it, you will see!
- Crystal Palace
- São Bento Station
It was built at the beginning of the 20th century, with glass and cast iron cover. It is authored by the architect Marques da Silva. The lobby is lined with twenty thousand historical tiles, by the painter Jorge Colaço, illustrating the evolution of transport and phases of Portuguese history and life.
- Lello Bookstore
- Serralves Foundation
One of the most important national institutions, possessing a valuable historical and cultural heritage, composed by the Museum, the House and the Serralves Park.
The Serralves Park is a reference in the heritage of the landscape in Portugal. During a visit, besides being able to contact with nature and appreciate the diversity of trees and shrubs, you can see sculptures that are part of the Foundation Collection.
- Music House
It receives concerts of various musical genres. It has a restaurant at the top and a coffee shop on the ground floor. It has a dynamic and innovative programming and it is worthwhile to take a guided tour. The exterior is also worthy of note for its originality and beauty, and was designed by the architect Rem Koolhaas.
- Transparent Building
The Transparent Building rises where the earth ends and the sea begins. It includes the seafront of Porto and Matosinhos, the Brazil Avenue in Foz, and the west entrance of the City Park. It is now a landmark in the city, with commercial areas entirely devoted to leisure, entertainment and culture.
- SEA LIFE Oporto
- National Theater São João
- Municipal Library of Oporto
- Ribeira of Douro River
- D. Luís I Bridge
It is known for its metal structure with two trays. It was built by the Gustave Eiffel Arch, between 1881 and 1888, linking the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia separated by the beautiful river Douro.
- Church of the Congregates
It was born in 1680 and is located in Praça Almeida Garrett. Its Baroque-style facade dates back to the 17th century. The windows are lined with modern tiles. Its stained glass windows are already of this century and the decoration of the interior of the main chapel was made with panels, representing passages of the life of Saint Anthony. Still in the interior stand out two panels, the Assumption of the Virgin and the Holy Family.
- Oporto wine cellars
In these cellars, you can know the history of a product known worldwide, the Oporto wine. Visit a certified Oporto wine cellar and enjoy that moment.
This is a historic coffee shop on Santa Catarina Street. It has a wonderful Belle Epoque atmosphere and a magnificent winter garden, which have guaranteed the visit of many tourists. It is also a great setting for cultural events due to its facade and its interior.
- Palace of the Stock Exchange