8 Amazing Places To Visit In Porto

Ribeira District

The medieval Ribeira district is a must-see for any visitor to Porto. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with merchants' houses and cafes, and the views of the Douro River.

Luís I Bridge

This wrought-iron bridge is one of Porto's most iconic landmarks. It offers stunning views of the city and the Douro River. You can walk or take a tram across the bridge.

Port Wine Cellars

No visit to Porto is complete without a visit to a Port wine cellar.  Vila Nova de Gaia, on the opposite side of the Douro River

Torre dos Clérigos

This Baroque tower is the tallest in Porto. Climb to the top for panoramic views of the city.

Serralves Museum & Gardens

This museum houses a collection of modern and contemporary art. The surrounding gardens are a great place to relax and enjoy.

São Francisco Church

This church is known for its lavish Baroque interior, with ornate gilded carvings. Be sure to look up at the ceiling!

Palácio da Bolsa

This former stock exchange is a masterpiece of Neoclassical architecture. The interiors are just as impressive as the exterior, with a grand staircase and a number of richly decorated rooms.

Douro Valley

No trip to Porto would be complete without a visit to the Douro Valley, where Port wine is produced. Take a boat trip down the river or visit one of the many wineries in the region.