Porto is the known city for its classical buildings, modern structures, medieval streets, promenades and so on. Porto forms the second biggest city of Portugal and is loaded with costly gems, beautiful cities, variety of food and its long-standing passion for soccer, or as those in Europe call it, “football.” Its people love sports and are deeply passionate and competitive in nature. If you are a “football” fan, you should consider visiting and checking out the great locations listed below.
Torre Dos Clérigos: The city soaring high the sky
Torre dos Clérigos is the city soaring high the sky like a needle. It is the city where you will come across a landmark with 75-meter tall granite rocket and seeking the historic structure. Get ready to climb lots of stairs and explore the city from deep inside.
Palácio Da Bolsa: The wealth of historic value
Porto’s stock exchange comprises of deep historic interest. It is built towards the site of a monastery which is Franciscan based. The interiors of the place have several salons as well as rooms and all of them are appealing to the eyes.
Arrábida Bridge at Sunset: Experience the arches of the bridge
The Porto Bridge comprises of iconic structure that has harnessed and lofty heights where it is comfortable to sit calmly and safely. It is followed by the staircase which gets connected to handrail. The visitors can move down to the yawn arches for reaching the top portion all above the river Douro.
Igreja De São Francisco: A beautiful church studded with gold
The 18th century church is decorated with dazzling gold inside and is one of the best examples of gold work. It is a known and priceless experience for anyone visiting the place. It is embellished with pillars, altar, columns, and so on.
Cais Da Ribeira: The alluring place with narrow streets
Cais da Ribeira is the narrow winding street with zigzag ways, sun facing arcades and hanging. The entire terrace is painted with mustard, hues, and tangerine. The place also includes a huge number of cafes, restaurants, etc.