Sharpen all your senses, let yourself be invaded by the flavors and sensations that this welcoming city has in store for you.
You can start your visit with a boat trip to better observe the panoramic view of the city or get lost in the typical, narrow and medieval streets of Ribeira . Visit downtown Porto , admire the wealth of historic churches, their granite buildings classified by Unesco . You will find examples of Romantic, Gothic, Baroque, Neoclassical art, contemporary works, shopping streets and vibrant nightlife. Head north, always with the Clérigos Tower in sight. You can go on foot, take a tourist bus in Ribeira or opt for the funicular (next to Ponte LuisI) - a means of transport that is also a fantastic viewpoint over the city.
You should also visit the other side, the Gaia pier, crossing the Luís I Bridge (by Gustavo Eiffel) - where, in addition to the animation of cafes and bars, you will also find the famous Port Wine Cellars . Toast with a glass of one of the most respected wines in the world. Visit Serralves , Casa da Música , Torre dos Clérigos , Livraria Lello, Solar do Vinho do Porto or the Port Wine Museum, among many others. It is also a good choice to use the centenary tram for a ride along the river to Foz . An area of beaches, terraces, good restaurants, and one of the most pleasant places to visit. At sunset, stroll through the gardens of Parque da Cidade.