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  • Don't know what to do in Oporto?


    12 September 2019

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    This short guide tells you what you shouldn’t miss!

    And we’ll accompany you!

    Ribeira of Oporto

    1. Climb to the Clérigos Tower


    With an height of 75 meters and 225 spiraling steps, at the top of the Clérigos Tower, one of Oporto’s most iconic monuments, you will be dazzled by the wonderful views of the city and the Douro. Prepare your camera!

    2. Buy a book in Lello Library


    For those who love to read (and Harry Potter!), know that Lello is one of the must-see stops for anyone visiting our city. The interior staircase will surprise you and it is impossible not to appreciate the imposing ceiling! At the end of your visit, have fun hanging out in Galerias de Paris Street nearby: cheers to you!

    3. Board the Douro River


    A serene stroll along the river is the best way to get to know the riverside area. Can you imagine the landscape? It really is stunning! Take the opportunity to visit the Port Wine Cellars and get to know the history of its production, while savoring it in a tasting that will awaken your senses.

    4. Enjoy a Fado show


    Whether at Casa da Mariquinhas or Páteo da Mariquinhas, a traditional dinner to the sound of Fado is always special. A shawl, a Portuguese guitar, a voice and a lot of sentiment is all that is needed. Especially because “a fado-singing breast always has two hearts!” Do you need transportation? We have the solution right here!

    5. Do a Private Tour!


    Is there a better way to know Porto than with a private guide and a tailor made itinerary? History, traditions and curiosities that we will be happy to tell you. What are you waiting for? Join us! Book now!

    Clérigos Tower
    Clérigos Tower
    Lello Bookstore
    Lello Bookstore (Interior)