A former Romanesque church with a nice Gothic cloister that was added later.
This Baroque church was built in the 17th century and its facade is decorated with elements typical for the Baroque era.
Visit the most amazing bookshop in Portugal and one of the most impressive ones in the world.
Do not confuse this church with Carmelitas Church standing just next door. Yes, there are two churches next to each other.
An amazing sight in the very centre of the city, with richly decorated interiors and an equally stunning exterior, which was also…
Visit this intriguing church built in the 14th century which mixes Gothic and Baroque influences into an interesting blend of styles.
Dating back to the 16th century, this imposing monastery is a precious historic and religious monument.
Covered in blue painted tiles, this unique chapel located in the very heart of Old Porto should be on everyone's must-see list.
Take some time to see the hustle and bustle of one of the oldest markets in Porto, where the local farmers trade their goods from fruit and…
One of the most famous streets in Porto full of shops and restaurants.
This funicular is one of the newest attractions of the town. It offers magnificent views of both banks of the Douro river.
The Igreja de Santo Ildefonso is an eighteenth-century church in Porto, Portugal. The church is located near Batalha Square.
The facade of this 16th century church might not impress you, but do not let the unassuming exterior discourage you from entering!
This church with its eye-catching façade decorated with blue tiles is the dominant of Praça de Almeida Garrett.
Numerous discoveries were made by Portuguese sailors during 15th and 16th centuries.
A fountain or a piece of art? Probably both.
Want to know more about the Port wine, its history and production? Don't hesitate, visit this cellar and learn everything!
A former custom house and mint was built in 14th century but it was significantly remodelled in 17th century.
This tiny hexagonal building is a place with an intriguing view of the ocean and the surrounding beach.
The University of Porto is a Portuguese public university located in Porto, and founded on 22 March 1911.
This sandy beach with foamy waves is suitable for surfers but also for people who like sitting in cafés and bars and watching the ocean.