Here you will find few ideas of the tourist attractions nearby:
Casa da Música: one of Oporto’s leading cultural venues, designed by the architect, Rem Koolhaas. The building, with its bold architecture, is designed to host all types of music – from classical to electronic, jazz to fado, major international productions to small-scale experimental projects. The site prides itself on the quality of its infrastructures and its dynamic, innovative and prestigious programming.
Oporto’s Botanical Garden: is a space where three dimensions converge: recreation, history and botanics. It is not a very big garden – 4 ha to be precise – but it is full of old town charm.
Crystal Palace Gardens: when it comes to green spaces in Porto, the Crystal Palace Gardens are the top-of-the-range choice for tourists who want to search out in depth the green heart of the city. Besides a sports pavilion, one can also spot the Romantic Museum of Quinta da Macieirinha, a multimedia library and, of course, the inviting Solar do Vinho do Porto, one of the most celebrated wineries in the city.