Photo by Pedro Pregitzer @friendstraveller
Porto is the second largest city in Portugal and and one of the most wonderful cities in the world. It has long history and that historical feeling on the streets, its famous for port wine. The city majorly is growing tourism. views from the bridges or riding old trams by the river are mesmerizing.
Getting In & Around
Major railway station, Connected by metro and buses. High speed trains to many parts of the country and international. Restaurants, bars, lockers and public facilities are available here
city center railway station, Connected by metro and buses. Trains to many parts of the country, mostly suburban and regional trains. bars, currency exchange, waiting rooms, lockers and public facilities are available here.
Tickets: single ticket €1.20, 24 hrs ticket €7, 72 hrs ticket €15.
Porto Transport is mixed with Buses, Trams and metro lines. there are many tickets on different zones. check on website. Andante card comes with 0.60 euro plus the ticket amount. rechargeable with ticket.
See & Do
Dom Luis I Bridge:
bridge | location: Pte. Luiz I, Porto
historic bookstore | opening hours: 9:30 am – 7:00 pm, tickets: €5, Voucher (The amount of each voucher is deductible on the purchase of a book), Visit website, address: Livraria Lello, S.A. Rua das Carmelitas, 144, 4050-161 Porto
museum | opening hours: , tickets: General ticket all inc: €20, only museum: €12, only paark: €12, Free for children under 12, Residents in Portugal get discounts, Visit website, address: Rua D. João de Castro, 210, 4150-417 Porto
palace – historic
Porto City Park:
Jardins do Palácio de Cristal: