Embark on a two-hour family walking tour through Porto’s fascinating historical and cultural gems. Begin your journey at Porto São Bento, a stunning train station adorned with intricate tile panels. Explore the bustling Liberdade Square, where the Portuguese liberal revolution began. Marvel at the magnificent Clerigos Church and Tower, and wander along the charming Rua das Flores, filled with colorful buildings and traditional cafes. Discover the beauty of Igreja da Misericórdia and immerse yourself in Porto’s religious heritage at the Porto Cathedral. Pass by the opulent Bolsa Palace and admire its neoclassical grandeur. Witness the Monument Church of St Francis, a Gothic masterpiece with intricate woodwork. Learn about the story of Casa do Infante, and cross the river to Cais da Ribeira de Gaia, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of Porto’s skyline and take amazing photos.

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  • Marvel at Porto São Bento's tile artistry.
  • Explore the historic beauty of Liberdade Square.
  • Witness the grandeur of the Bolsa Palace.


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Porto São Bento

    Porto São Bento is a historic train station known for its magnificent tile panels depicting Portugal's history. It is a symbol of Porto's architectural beauty and serves as a gateway to the city.

  • 2

    Liberdade Square

    Liberdade Square is a bustling public square that holds historical significance as the birthplace of the Portuguese liberal revolution. It is a hub of activity and a meeting point for locals and tourists alike.

  • 3

    Clerigos Church and Tower

    The Clerigos Church and Tower is an iconic landmark in Porto. The church's baroque architecture and the tower's impressive height make them a must-see attractions. (Outside visit)

  • 4

    Rua das Flores

    Rua das Flores, also known as Flowers Street is a charming street lined with colorful buildings, trendy shops, and traditional cafes. It showcases the city's architectural heritage and is a popular spot for strolling and shopping.

  • 5

    Igreja da Misericórdia

    Igreja da Misericórdia is a beautiful church known for its ornate interior and intricate artwork. It reflects the religious and cultural heritage of Porto. (Outside visit)

  • 6

    Porto Cathedral

    The Porto Cathedral, also known as Sé do Porto, is a historical and religious landmark. Its Romanesque architecture and stunning views from the terrace make it a must-see attraction.

  • 7

    Bolsa Palace

    Bolsa Palace is a magnificent neoclassical building that served as the city's stock exchange. Its opulent design showcases Porto's prosperous past. (Outside visit)

  • 8

    Monument Church Of St Francis

    Monument Church of St Francis is an impressive Gothic-style church with exquisite woodwork and intricate details. It represents Porto's religious heritage and architectural prowess.

  • 9

    Museu da Cidade - Casa do Infante

    Housed in Casa do Infante, this landmark tells the story of Porto's history and culture. It is located in a building where it is believed that Prince Henry the Navigator was born. (Outside visit)

  • 10

    Cais da Ribeira de Gaia

    Cais da Ribeira de Gaia is a picturesque waterfront area on the other side of the river from Porto's Ribeira district. It offers stunning views of the city's skyline and is known for its famous Port wine cellars.

Meeting Point

In front of Porto São Bento - São Bento Railway Station
(Praça de Almeida Garrett, 4000-069 Porto, Portugal) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.