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Porto Cathedral (Se Catedral)
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#1 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Magnificent landmark, amazing structure, iconic spot, romantic walk, perfect pictures!! Teofilo Seyrig (Eiffel's assistant) designs an unbelievable bridge which connects Porto and Villa Nova de Gaia. the words are...
A must see when visiting Porto.. a pedestrian bridge where you can see both sides of the Douro river (Gaia and Porto) beautiful majestic views.. great during the day, and magical at night.
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#2 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Exquisite azulejos around the main entrance of the station depicting scenes through history and everyday life in Porto The present building stands on the site of a 16th c.
Well worth the visit to look at the beautiful tile murals in the lobby, from there it is a short stroll the Cathedral which has amazing views from the plaza.
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#3 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Our guide Rita was really nice and fun and informative, you wear a harness and are clipped onto a rail so feel very safe once you get to the top the views are great we were lucky and had such beautiful weather (on...
You view a poster display about Porto's bridges, climb up a set of stairs to the top of the arch of Porto's Arrábida Bridge with a friendly, informative guide and a safety harness, have a chocolate cup of Port and...
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Serra do Pilar Viewpoint Vila Nova de Gaia 1.3 km away
#2 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Vila Nova de Gaia
Magnificent views of the Dom Luis Bridge and the skyline of Porto, and also perfect photo opportunities!
Perfect location Easy access: metro station next door Stunning view of Luis I Bridge and Porto Great for pictures
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#4 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Fantastic ambiance, marvelously colored houses, really great traditional restaurants/bars within easy walking distance of the cities main attractions with great views by night and day of the port houses across the...
You can just sit and watch people (mostly tourists) walk by, watch the beautiful Douro river, the amazing surrounding architecture, the great view of the wine cellars and Vila Nova de Gaia on the opposite shore.
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#5 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Lello has surged in popularity recently and has become one of the top sights in Porto.
This library it's considered by several travel sites and agency one of the must beautiful library in the world.
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#6 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
It's a brilliant venue with breathtaking views across the Douro valley, and the ticket, food and drink were very reasonably priced.
... were both great We purchased a ticket in the town in a shop called FNAC or you can get them in the porto Fc shop also in the town We paid 40 euro for a top view but you can get cheaper Would recommend
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#7 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Cafes, street vendors, musicians, fabulous views, cruises down the Douro, etc. Bought some beautiful filigree Jewelry from a local artist at O Cantaro.
Great place to stroll around and admire the city - great view of the Louis I Bridge, and the port cellars over the river.
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#8 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
It was great expierence and very unusual insight of Porto! 5 D movie gave an incredible possibility to fly over the city and see all from view of bird.
It guides you throw the almost all interesting places, sights, and attractions in Porto via 5D movie.
#9 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
The view from the piers that the lighthouse is on is amazing; and the roughness of the surf, even on a calm day, makes you realize just how difficult the sea life was (and is).
Walk from castelo de queijo for wonderful views and seascapes
#10 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
What a beautiful little church on the pedestrian street Rua de Santa Catarina...what a great view...loved it!
A must see when in Porto the blue tiles are an amazing site from any vantage point.
#11 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
We arrived at night so we didn't get inside, but the view of it in the night and with some fog was amazing ...
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#12 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Although impressive traditional buildings landside might catch the interest of everybody learning by architecture about the character of place and people, the seaside is the more adventurous part of that landmark...
The sea views were stunning, and it was such a pleasure to tread along the boardwalks, and through the park areas.
#13 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
One of the most-visited sites in Porto, the Bolsa was built in the 19th century by the city's Commercial Association and is renowned for its exquisite Neoclassical facade and stunningly beautiful interior.
... Associação Comercial do Porto) where the most important events of the city take place, it is located in the Infante D. Henrique Square in the historical center of Porto and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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#14 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Great to visit as part of the twin churches on this site
Check the weather forecast before going, otherwise your view from the top of the tower will be limited.
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#15 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
This church is located in the historic centre of the city, attached to Stock Exchange Palace (Palácio da Bolsa), and overlooking the river Douro, with nice views from the atrium, less than 5 minutes walking from t...
The church was declared a National Monument in 1910 and since 1996 the church together with the entire old city of Porto has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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#16 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
* We have visited churches with towers featuring narrow staircases, and offering great views from the dome - from the Vatican to Budapest - but a visit to Igreja/Torre dos Clérigos is somewhat unique.. * You buy a...
It is beautiful baroque Church with one of highest Tower in Porto, perfect view to city centre, interesting museum
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#18 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Absolutely fantastic views overlooking the city and the river Douro from the grounds.
You'll be rewarded with the best view of the river... especially in late afternoon as the sun dips behind the city of Porto.
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#19 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
This magnificent tree-lined avenue dominates the city center as it descends the hill towards the Ribeira UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Good shopping nearby, lots of choice for food, wonderful views especially with trees blossoming in the spring
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#20 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
First you have to be fit (or patient ) to climb the stairs - steep and narrow, but reaching the top your are rewarded with a great view to Gaia, to the Douro, to downtown Porto and to Foz do Douro, where the river...
For only €4 you get to see some amazing views, it is well worth climbing the 225 steps, absolutely fantastic scenery, Porto is an amazing city, a must visit for anyone!
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#21 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
The building in itself is a piece of art and its interior holds many attractions, including a terrace with a fantastic view of Porto around C.M. Apart from the main Hall for Music Concerts which caters to various...
A tranquil place to walk, picnic, look at art, sculptures and views from the beautiful empty house.
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#22 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Porto city hall building in libidade square is a very large building commanding an imposing view of the square.
Beautiful Building and good landmark
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#23 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Take the time to cross the river by this bridge for great city views and pictures of the Douro River as it winds its way past colourful buildings with red clay roofs, or to spot the Port winery that you might want...
Wonderful view of Porto and the Rio Douro
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#24 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
They hope that your visit will have filled you with Christian charity - you need to take a view about that.
#25 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
The Se` in Porto is an amazing cathedral.With amazing views and amazing architecture within the cathedral.A must see on any trip.
Once you get there after a good 10 minutes walk up hills, you have another marvelous view of Porto, Douro river and some of the bridges crossing to Novo de Gaia.
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#26 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
But have a walk down it and see the sites, Porto is amazing and definitely worth a visit.
I hope the city authorities can stop the road becoming a site for chain store retailers because that will sign its death warrant.
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#28 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
This is a great high point before cross the river, bring your camera and long lens, you can see great views of the City.
Amazing hidden view-point
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#29 of 123 Sights & Landmarks in Porto
Church was built in the first half of 18th century on the site of an old chapel dating back to the 13th century.
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