SeaLife

If you liked our river and seaside, here you can explore more about its fauna. Your kids will be thrilled with the visit.

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World of Discoveries

An interactive museum that explores the Portuguese Discoveries, from India to Brazil, on a little boat tour. A perfect choice to simultaneously entertain and inform kids.

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Museu do Dragão

Home of F. C. Porto, the team that has the heart of the city, the Dragon Stadium is a modern and beautiful construction with a thrilling interactive Museum. Its a "must" for all Football fans.

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Alfândega

The old custom house is a huge riverside building that was renovated and is now home to a large variety of simultaneous exhibits and events for all ages and interests.

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Casa do Infante

The first Porto Custom House, dated of 1325, is one of the most charismatic buildings in the city. It is said (and most likely true) that the Prince D. Henrique, the Navigator, mastermind of the European age of Discoveries, was born in this house in 1394.

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Photography Museum

This old prison is now home to the "Portuguese Center of Photography". When visiting this free museum you can not only enjoy the exhibits, but also discover the story of this peculiar building.

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Soares dos Reis, National Museum

The perfect place to discover the work of the best artists of Porto, from sculpture to painting and jewelry, with emphasis to the 19th century.

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S. Bento Trainstation

The main hall of the city centre train station has some of the most beautiful Portuguese "azulejos" (tile work), and since you are there, why not take a train to the Douro vale and enjoy the vineyards landscape.

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Igreja de São Francisco

Probably the first Franciscan monastery in Portugal, its construction started in the 13th century and presents us today with Gothic and Baroque architectural details as well as sumptuous interiors of Golden woodwork.

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Palácio da Bolsa

Symbol of the 19th century flourishing trade relations of the city, the "Stock Market Palace" was built to impress. This goal was exuberantly achieved, from the "Hall of Nations" to the "Arabic ballroom".

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Lello Bookshop

This beautiful centenary bookshop is a flag of Porto's "art nouveau" style. It is said that it was a source of inspiration for J. K. Rowling's best seller Harry Potter. Let it inspire you too.

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Sé do Porto

Sitting on the top of "pena ventosa" hill, also known as "monte dos vendavais" (literally hill of windstorms), overlooking the river for 9 centuries, Porto's Cathedral is the heart of the old town and the first landmark of the city.

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Casa da Música

The symbol of the 2001 European capital of culture, OMA's "Music Home" is a modern landmark, with impressive dynamic spaces, that breaks with the traditional Porto architectural school.

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Serralves, Modern Art museum and garden

Designed by the Pritzker prize and world renowned architect Alvaro Siza Vieira, born and raised in Porto, this charismatic building lies on one of the most beautiful and relaxing gardens of the city.

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Luís I Bridge

This inevitable crossing point of the Douro for those exploring old Porto was built 11 years after its twin sister, Eiffel's D. Maria Pia bridge, redefining the riverside scenery of Porto.

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Clérigos Tower

The Ex Libris of Porto. This church and tower is one of our best examples of Baroque architecture and it offers a breathtaking view of the city at the top, if you have the courage to climb all the 240 steps.

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