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Here you can find interesting sights in Porto, Portugal. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 17 sights are available in Porto, Portugal.List of cities in Portugal Sightseeing Tours in Porto
1. FC Porto MuseumBook Ticket*
The FC Porto Museum, officially known as FC Porto Museum by BMG for sponsorship reasons, is a museum located in Porto, dedicated to the history of the Portuguese association football club FC Porto. It was inaugurated on 28 September 2013, on occasion of the club's 120th anniversary, and opened its doors to the general public on 26 October.
2. Fonte dos LeõesBook Free Tour*
The Fountain of the Lions, is a 19th-century fountain built by French company Compagnie Générale des Eaux pour l'Etranger, in the civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória in municipality of Porto. Cast by the Val d’Osne foundry in France, it is a copy, in most part, of the fountain in the Town Hall Square of Leicester, England
3. O Ardina
A paperboy is someone – often an older child or adolescent – who distributes printed newspapers to homes or offices on a regular route, usually by bicycle or automobile. In Western nations during the heyday of print newspapers during the early 20th century, this was often a young person's first job, perhaps undertaken before or after school. This contrasts with the newsboy or newspaper hawker, now extremely rare in Western nations, who would sell newspapers to passersby on the street, often with very vocal promotion. They were common when multiple daily papers in every city – as many as 50 in New York City alone – competed.
4. Batalha Centro de Cinema
The Cinema Batalha is a Portuguese cinema and concert venue in civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória, municipality of Porto. Originally known as the Salão High-Life, it was moved from Boavista by its owners to its current location, and rebuilt by architect Artur Andrade in the Art-Deco style, re-inaugurated on 3 June 1947. After many years of success, the building and the cinema began losing customers, and was closed in 2003.
5. Igreja dos Carmelitas
The Carmelite Church or Church of the Discalced Carmelites is located in the parish of Vitória, in the city of Porto, Portugal. It began construction in 1616 and was completed in 1628. The interior decoration would only be ready in 1650. It was classified as a National Monument on May 3, 2013, together with the Carmo Church built later from 1752 and both Churches were united by the so-called Hidden House of Porto with just over one meter wide.
6. Estação de São Bento
São Bento Railway Station is a 20th-century railway terminal in the civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória, in the municipality of Porto, district of Porto. The English translation of São Bento is Saint Benedict. The station is located in the Historic Centre of Porto, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as a National Monument of Portugal.
7. Coliseu do Porto
The Coliseum of Porto is a Portuguese theatre and concert venue in the municipality of Porto, in northern Portugal, with a capacity for a standing audience of 4000. A leading venue for music and cultural events in Porto, together with Batalha Cinema, the Coliseu is an example of Portuguese Streamline Moderne and Art Deco styles in the city of Porto.
8. Mercado do Bom Sucesso
The Mercado do Bom Sucesso is a building in Porto. It was inaugurated in 1952 as a fresh market, with a project by ars arquitectos. In 2011 it was classified as a monument of public interest. In the same year it was closed for works, having been reopened in 2013 as a commercial gallery, with catering shops, offices and a hotel.
9. Parque de São Roque
The Parque de São Roque or Quinta da Lameira has more than 4 hectares of area and was acquired by the Municipality of Porto in 1979 from the Cálem family. The area that currently corresponds to the Park was once Quinta da Lameira which originated in the division of Quinta da Bela-Vista.
10. Igreja de São João Novo
The church of the new jewellery is a Catholic temple, located beside the new jewellery, in Notre Dame, Saint, Saint, Myrrh, which is Nicola's, and is the Victory Church of Harbour City. It is a monument in the historic heart of the port and is the cultural heritage of mankind (unesco).
11. Igreja da Misericórdia
The Church of Mercy of Porto is located in Rua das Flores, in the city of Porto, having been built initially in 1559 of Renaissance style with Gothic reminiscences, this church only took advantage of the chancel, due to lightning that destroyed the façade in April 1621.
12. Casa-Museu Guerra Junqueiro
The Museum-Residence of Guerra Junqueiro is a former-residence and museum located in the civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória, in the Portuguese north, municipality of Porto, classified as a Imóvel de Interesse Público.
13. Igreja do Carmo
The Carmo Church or Church of the Venerable Third Order of Our Lady of Carmo, is located at the intersection between Carlos Alberto Square and Carmo Street, in the vicinity of the Church and Clérigos Tower, in the Portuguese parish of Vitória city of Porto.
14. Capela do Sagrado Coração
The Chapel of the Eyelashes or Chapel of the Divine Heart of Jesus is a private chapel, of neogothic style, located in the Union of the Parishes of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau and Vitória, in the city of Porto.
15. Church of São Francisco
The Church of Saint Francis is the most prominent Gothic monument in Porto, Portugal, being also noted for its outstanding Baroque inner decoration. It is located in the historic centre of the city, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
16. Igreja dos Terceiros Franciscanos
St Franciscan Church is next to St Franciscan Church, because the Brotherhood wants to build a larger church, so the number of St Franciscan believers in the port corresponds to the number of believers in the front temple.
17. Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Esperança
The Church of Our Lady of Hope is located in Campo de São Francisco, in the parish of São José, city and municipality of Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel, in the Autonomous Region of the Azores, in Portugal.
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