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This is one of the best churches in Porto. While in Portugal, it is difficult to say, which is the best! walking distance from the centre of the town, no entrance fee and exquisite interiors, a must visit.
Can’t believe that in my own city I have to pay €3 to show my friends to the cathedral and go and say a prayer...very disappointed! I understood before that one would have to pay more to go to the side part of the cathedral...More
The cathedral square attracts many tourists and locals, for it offers a stunning view of the city, and really represents the heart of old Porto. Even if you don't go inside, a visit to the Cathedral Square is well worth the time to enjoy the...More
It’s worth the €3 to visit. There is a lot of renovations going on at the moment. One of the already renovated rooms had ‘treasures’ in glass cases, they look magnificent but there is no written information to say what they are . All the...More
We decided that we should see the Cathedral after visiting the Sai Bento train station, they are about a block apart. There is. 3 euro fee to enter; you start in the cloister and then enter the church; then you can go upstairs to the...More
We visited the Cathedral yesterday. It was pleasant enough but the lady selling the tickets was extremely rude!!
After our visit I found that I’d lost my scarf so went back to ask if it had been found.
She was so impolite saying she didn’t...More
For €3, you get to visit the cloisters, main and side chapels, treasure room, sacristy and view the stunning azulejo tiling. It’s a lot more interesting on the inside than it might appear from outside and the views from the terrace are phenomenal.