Known for its winding cobbled streets, beautiful bridges, quaint cafes, and the production of its famed Port wine, there isn’t much one can dislike about the charming city of Porto.

Take a Cable Car

Take a scenic cable car ride from Porto’s historic neighbourhood to Gaia. The cable car transports you high above the city, providing magnificent views along the way.

Do a Walking Tour

Exploring the city by foot is an irreplaceable adventure. It allows you to interact with the locals and take in a little more of the scenery around you.

Join a Food and Wine Tasting Tour

You’ll be shown around to some of the top local hangouts in Porto, tasting the best wine, sweet port, and decadent dessert that the city has to offer, along with a wide assortment of delicious tapas.

Mosteiro da Serra do Pilar

The monastery was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, this includes both the church itself and the cloister.

Casa da Musica

The Casa da Musica was built in 2001 and was the very first building in Portugal to be dedicated completely to music, musical performances and music training.

Livraria Lello Bookstore

Founded in 1869, the Livraria Lello Bookstore is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal, and one of the top-rated in the world. 

Porto Cathedral

Porto Cathedral is one of the city’s oldest monuments. It’s a Roman Catholic church located in the historic sector of the city, close to many of the other great Porto attractions.

Cais da Ribeira

The Cais da Ribeira is a historic neighbourhood located right on the Douro River’s edge. Pop into some of the best seafood restaurants along the promenade, or visit an old arcade or tavern.

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