Centro Histórico do Porto

The Ribeira is most likely the most tourist city of Porto. And there are many reasons that give it that status: the proximity of the River, the views of the bridges and boats Rabelo and the possibility to visit the port wine cellars, on the other side of the Bank, in Vila Nova de Gaia. For all this and for his patrimonial relevance, in December 1996, the historic centre of Porto has been classified by UNESCO as Cultural heritage of humanity.




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Monuments near Centro Histórico do Porto

Largo do Terreiro, 9, Porto

Capela de Nossa Senhora do Ó

Originally devoted to the Senhora da Piedade, it also welcomed the Senhora do Ó, a pregnant Virgin, when the chapel where it used to be was destroyed. The Fron…

Rua Ferreira Borges, 27, Porto

Edifício do Instituto do Vinho do Porto

Built to be the Banco Comercial do Porto, in 1843, it was sold in 1935 and became the headquarters of the Instituto do Vinho do Porto, manager and supervisor i…

Rua da Alfândega, 10, Porto

Casa do Infante

Built in the XIV century, this is a building with various floors and an arcade structure. It has several medieval and Manueline vestiges. The “façade” was enri…

Praça da Ribeira, Porto

Chafariz do Cubo

The most known monument of Ribeira is from José Rodrigues. It is a fountain which has a huge bronze cube at the centre.

Rua do Infante Dom Henrique, 47-53, Porto

Edifício da Antiga Bolsa dos Comerciantes

Building where the XV century Porto’s trade exchange ran. It has the medieval arms of the Casa de Avis, which recall the role of the King Dom João I on the ren…

Largo São Domingos, Porto

Edifício da Antiga Companhia de Seguros Douro

It was built to be the headquarters of the Ordem de São Francisco but, in 1832, during the Porto Siege, it almost all destroyed by a fire. The Banco de Portuga…

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