The palace a sober building from the 18th century passed, by marriage, to the Viscounts of Balsemão. The city’s coin collection is one of the best and largest in the country.
Located in the area of Boavista, António de Almeida Foundation is a cultural private institution dedicated to the arts, education and the preservation of the legacy and memory of its founder.
This Foundation presents a Paper Money Museum, with one of the most complete and interesting collections in the whole world!
A Victorian museum where it feels like you’re entering a time capsule. Enjoy the mansion and its gardens with an amazing view of Porto.
Port wine is the soul of the whole region of Porto and Douro. See how wine is made, its history and much more.
This museum has a fantastic collection of classic cars. If cars are your passion, this museum is the place for you to go in Porto.
Old trams are fascinating vehicles, full of romanticism. Porto still has several tram lines in circulation, which can be used daily.
The Church of São Francisco (St Fancis) is one of the most beautiful and a fine example of Gothic architecture in Porto. Don’t miss the eerie catacombs!
The former Stock Exchange house in Porto is a 19th century building and is now mainly used for major events. Find here a great mix of artistic styles.
These churches look like the biggest church in the city. In fact, they are two churches separated by a very narrow house.