Unmissable Things To Do In Porto Portugal


Whether you are a first-time visitor and want to see the highlights and best Porto attractions or are looking to seek out some of Porto’s less-known treasures.

We have put together a list of things to do and see in Porto to cover all tastes, from what to see, what to eat, and where to explore.

Torre dos Clérigos

The bell tower of the Baroque Clérigos Church is visible from all over the city. Torre dos Clérigos is one of Porto’s most emblematic symbols.

Livraria Lello Bookstore

The famous book store with the iconic red staircase, Livraria Lello, is one of Porto’s most popular attractions.

Visit Livraria Lello Without The Crowds

While many of the tourists who visit Lello Bookstore are independent travellers, a good percentage of the daily trade comprises guided tour groups and day visitors to Porto.

Best Time to Visit Livraria Lello

Our suggestion is 45 minutes – one hour before the store is due to close. (Maybe allow a little longer in the peak summer months of July & August).

D. Luís I Bridge

The famous two-level bridge, designed by a protégé of Gustave Eiffel, was once the longest metallic arch bridge in the world.

The Ribeira Neighbourhood

The Gothic Igreja de São Francisco church with an opulent Baroque interior and the iconic red marketplace turned venue – The Hard Club.

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