• Bolsa Palace

    Rua de Ferreira Borges, 4050-253 Porto, Portugal .

    Palácio da Bolsa, headquarters and property of Associação Comercial do Porto, is a neoclassical style building, whose construction started on the 6th October 1842, the day where the first stone was put to place, due to the closure of the stock exchange that obliged the Porto traders to discuss their business on open air.

  • Ribeira Square

    Ribeira Porto Centro, Ribeira Square, Porto, Portugal .

    World Heritage Area of Ribeira 

  • Clerigos Tower

    Rua de São Filipe de Nery, Porto, Portugal .

    The Tower of the Clerics is undeniably the ex-libris of the city, and an excellent viewpoint.

    In the year 1753, at the request of the Brotherhood of Clerics, the Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni presented the project for a bell tower, and in 1754 they would start the works of what would become the most beautiful Tower, dominating the entire urban landscape of Porto. In July 1763, with the placing of the iron cross on the top, and the image of St. Paul in the niche above the door, its construction was finished.

    The baroque characteristics that define it are the maximum expression of the baroque spectacular, where the typical motifs of this style give the tower movement and beauty.

    At more than 75m high, after climbing 225 steps and reaching the top of the tower, the view over the city is absolutely stunning. From a 360° perspective, visitors can enjoy a unique moment, whether day or night, when in special times.

  • Liberdade Square

    Praça da Liberdade, Porto, Portugal .

    Liberdade Square (Liberty or Freedom Square and  Praça da Liberdade in Portuguese), it is an icon square in the city. Located in the lower town (Baixa) area. The square is continuous on its north side with the Avenida dos Aliados, an important avenue of the city.

  • Town Hall / Aliados Avenue

    Avenida dos Aliados, Porto, Portugal .

    Main Porto Avenue with the magnificent Town Hall building.

  • Sao Bento Station

    Estação de Comboios de São Bento, Praça de Almeida Garrett, Porto, Portugal .

    Is a 20th-century I the Railway terminal Station in the. The English translation of São Bento is Saint Benedict. The station is located in the Historic Centre of Porto, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as a National Monument of Portugal. There are approximately 20,000 azulejo tiles, dating from 1905–1916, that were composed by Jorge Colaço, an important painter of azulejo.To the left of the entrance is a scene depicting the Battle of Arcos de Valdevez and Egas Moniz before Alfonso VII of Castile, while to the right, is D. João I in Oporto, with his fiancé, and the Conquest of Ceuta. On the border wall at the entrance are small panels depicting countryside scenes. The tile project required 11 years to complete.

  • Port Wine Cellars

    Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal .

    Porto’s rich history dates back thousands of years, but it wasn’t until the 17th century that the city became known for its fortified wines. Legend has it that British merchants were visiting a monastery in the town of Lamego on the Douro River in 1678 when they encountered an abbot who was making a fortified wine in a way entirely new to them.

    When in Porto, a trip to the port wine cellars shouldn’t be missed. Learn about and sample this city’s eponymous tipple and soak up some of the history and tradition of the region.

  • Cathedral

    Terreiro da Sé, Porto, Portugal .

    The Porto Cathedral ( Sé do Porto in Portuguese) is a Roman Catholic church from 12th century located in the historical centre of the city. It is one of the city's oldest monuments and one of the most important local Romanesque monuments. Nice ViewPoint over city and river banks.

  • Luis I Bridge

    Luís I Bridge, Ponte Luiz I, Porto, Portugal .

    The Dom Luís I Bridge (Ponte de Dom Luís I in Portuguese), or Luís I Bridge, is a double-deck iron arch bridge that spans the Douro River between the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia  At its construction, its 172 metres (564 ft) span was the longest of its type  in the world. It has been confused with the nearby Maria Pia Bridge a railway bridge that was built 9 years earlier (and is located 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) to the east), which is similar in aspect to the Luís I bridge.This Bridge was project by Theophile Seyrig from Gustav Eiffel Academy.

  • Old Market of Bolhão

    Bolhão Market, Rua Formosa, Porto, Portugal .

    Oldest market in the city. 

  • Cristal Palace - Gardens & Arena

    Jardines del Palacio de Cristal, Rua de Dom Manuel II, Porto, Portugal .

    The Crystal Palace (O Palácio de Cristal) was inspired by The Crystal Palace in London. It was inaugurated in 1865 to host the 1865 International Exhibition. Eventually falling into disrepair, it was demolished in 1951 to make way for a Sports Pavilion, today known as the SuperBock Arenaand Rota Mota Pavilion, named after the Portuguese marathon runner.

    The Crystal Palace gardens, which cover about 8 hectares and have views over the River Douro, were landscaped when the Crystal Palace was built and include rhododendrons, camellias, araucarias, ginkgoes, and beech trees, in addition to fountains and statues. There are also several themed gardens including the Garden of Feelings, the Garden of Aromatic Plants, and a Rose Garden. The gardens also contain a chapel devoted to the King of Sardinia, who died while exiled in Porto in 1849. This small temple predates the Crystal Palace, having been erected by the late King's sister in 1854. A museum, in the 19th-century Quinta da Macieirinha, provides an insight into the lifestyle and culture of the late 1800s. It was occupied by the King of Sardinia during his brief exile

  • Lello Bookshop / Harry's Potter Library

    Livraria Lello, Rua das Carmelitas, Porto, Portugal .

    The Lello Bookstore (Livraria Lello in Portuguese), also known as Livraria Lello & Irmão and Livraria Chardron.

    Along with Bertrand in  Lisbon, it is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal and frequently rated among the top bookstores in the world.