Bolhão Market is one of the most emblematic markets in the city of Porto, in Portugal. Its construction is characterized by its monumentality, typical of neoclassical architecture.
In this market you can get: fresh fish, flowers, traditional bakery, souvenirs and some household items.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 8PM/ Saturdays from 8 AM to 8PM/ Sunsays closed.
Santa Catarina street and Majestic café
Majestic is a historic café located on Rua de Santa Catarina in Porto, Portugal.
Its relevance comes both from the cultural environment that surrounds it, in particular the tradition of the coffee meeting, where several personalities of the cultural and artistic life of the city were found; as well as from its modernist architectural style.
In 2011, it was considered the sixth most beautiful coffee in the world.
Bookstore located in the historic center of the city of Porto has become a major tourist attraction. By virtue of its historical and artistic value, the bookshop has been recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world by various personalities and entities.
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 9:30 AM to 7 PM.
Celrigos Church and Tower
The Church of the Clerics was built between 1735 and 1748 in a Baroque style.
It is crowned by the Clergy Tower which is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city. The Clérigos Tower is the highest tower in Portugal; its 76 meters high and more than 200 steps give access to a privileged panoramic view of Porto.
Daily hours from 9 AM to 7PM.
S. Bento train and metro station
Located in the Plaza de Almeida Garret, in the city center.
It is not only the main station of Porto, but a beautiful neoclassical architectural work. Its tiled walls review the history of the country and remind us that we are in one of the most beautiful train stations in Europe.
Cathedral of Porto
The cathedral and its cloister are two of the essential visits in Porto; the cathedral is deservedly declared a National Monument.
You will be able to enjoy privileged views of the city, the Duero River and the wineries that are at its side.
From April to October: from 9 AM to 6 PM.
From November to March: from 9 AM to 5:30 PM.
This is the main district of the historic center of the city, something you can not miss on your visit, because, as its name indicates, this neighborhood is on the bank of the river of Porto and is a must
From the Ribeira it is from where the Don Luis I Bridge is best observed.
Next to the river and the colorful buildings make up one of the most beautiful landscapes.