What to visit

Welcome to Porto, a city that breathes history

Porto embraces creativity, and enchants visitors with its vibrant energy. Beyond the well-known landmarks, there are hidden gems waiting to be explored. Join me on a captivating journey as we unravel the secrets of Porto, from its famous attractions to lesser-known treasures that will leave you in awe.

Ribeira District: Timeless Beauty by the Douro River

We begin our adventure in the enchanting Ribeira District, a UNESCO World Heritage site that exudes old-world charm. Lose yourself in its narrow-cobbled streets, adorned with colorful houses and vibrant terraces. Experience the bustling riverside atmosphere, indulge in traditional cuisine at local restaurants, and soak in the breathtaking views of the iconic Dom Luís I Bridge.


Casa da Música:Where Architecture and Melodies Converge

Prepare to be mesmerized by the striking Casa da Música, a contemporary architectural masterpiece. This concert hall is a haven for music lovers and design enthusiasts alike. Experience its innovative acoustics, attend a captivating performance, or simply marvel at the bold lines and glass facades that redefine the city’s skyline.


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.