Usually our city tour of one of the oldest European centers, starts at Church of Carmo and Carmelitas, built in the second half of the eighteenth century. Due to its architecture and interior carvings, it is considered to be one of the most remarkable buildings of Porto Rococo that you will see on tour to Porto from Lisbon
After will visit ‘’Lello Bookshop’’ is one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal and has been described as the “third bookstore in the world”.
Next is baroque work by Nicolau Nasoni that was built in the first half of the eighteenth century. The Clérigos Tower is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city of Porto. The panoramic view over the city and the river Douro which can be seen from the top of the tower makes the 240 step climb worth the effort.
After a short walk in the main square, Praça da Liberdade, we are going to continue our Porto tour around Lisbon and visit S.Bento Railway Station that was built at the beginning of the twentieth century on the exact location of the former Convent of S. Bento de Avé-Maria.
The vestibule is adorned with twenty thousand tiles painted by Jorge Colaço that illustrate the transport evolution and events of Portuguese history and life.
Not far from S. Bento Railway Station is our next point is Cathedral Sé, construction dating from the twelfth/thirteenth century, in Romanesque style, that has been enlarged and renewed over the years up to its final setting.
After passing Prince Henry square, finally we come to one of the oldest squares in the city, Ribeira Square. Cited already in 1389 as being of medieval origin.
At the end of the tour to Porto from Lisbon we must to visit one of famous Port Wine cellar.
After the lunch we start our second part of the day trip to Porto by walking around 1 mile in "Via Sacra". The Holy Way that is composed of 14 little chapels in memory of the Passion of Our Lord. We'll follow the path which the little shepherds took when going from Aljustrel to the Cova da Iria.