We decided to simplify your stay in Porto, creating a small guide to some of the city's most exciting places to see.
The Ribeira District is one of the oldest parts of Porto and is known for its colorful buildings, narrow streets, and charming atmosphere. It's a great place to stroll along the riverfront, enjoy some local cuisine, and take in the view of the iconic Dom Luis I Bridge.
Dom Luis I Bridge
The Dom Luis I Bridge is an iconic landmark in Porto and connects the city's historic center to the Vila Nova de Gaia district. Visitors can walk across the bridge for stunning views of the city and the Douro River.
São Bento Station
São Bento Station is a beautiful train station in Porto that's worth a visit even if you're not taking a train. The station is known for its stunning azulejo tile work, which depicts scenes from Portuguese history.
Livraria Lello is one of the oldest and most beautiful bookstores in the world. It's known for its stunning Art Nouveau interior and for being an inspiration for J.K. Rowling when she was writing the Harry Potter books.
Casa da Música
Casa da Música is a modern concert hall in Porto that's home to the Porto National Orchestra. It's a great place to catch a performance or take a guided tour of the building.