Start the day in Aliados Avenue and be amazed by the buildings that reflect Porto’s architectural richness in the heart of the city.
Visit São Bento’s Train Station located in Almeida Garrett’s Square observe the typically Portuguese panel of tiles and in the interior that portrays Henry the Navigator’s conquest of Ceuta.
Continue to Santa Clara’s Church, pass the Baroque style door and observe the interior decorated with gilded wood.
At lunch, delight yourself with the typical and so appreciated Francesinha à moda do Porto. A piece of heaven served on a plate that asks for a good glass of wine or a fino!
Walk through the narrow streets of the historical centre until you get to Sé Catedral which allies the Gothic and Baroque styles. Let yourself be captivated by the street movement and you’ll arrive at Igreja do Carmo. The lateral façade is covered in tiles admired by many tourists.
Seize the beginning of the afternoon, take some photos at Ribeira do Porto and contemplate the view of the other side of the Douro river. Enjoy the tones that decorate the buildings and observe the imponent D. Luís IBridge. Once here, taste Pão-de-ló in one of the many cafes and restaurants in the area.
Continue the visit to Clérigos Tower, symbol of Baroque style by the hands of Nicolau Nasoni. Go up its 75 metres by climbing 240 steps and be rewarded with a panoramic view of the entire city.
End the day with a visit to Lello Bookstore, open since 1906, known for its superb red stairs and the friezes that decorate it all around the ceiling. You can either just visit the interior or buy a book to take home with you.