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Porto: Torre dos Clerigos Entrance Ticket

1. Porto: Torre dos Clerigos Entrance Ticket

Experience one of Porto’s most iconic attractions at your own pace with an entrance ticket to the Torre dos Clérigos. Adjoining the baroque Igreja dos Clérigos, the Torre dos Clérigos, can be seen from various points in the city and is one of its most emblematic symbols. Built for the Clérigos Brotherhood by Nicolau Nasoni, an Italian architect and painter responsible for a large body of work in the north of Portugal during the 18th century, construction of the church began in 1732 and was finished around 1750. The monumental divided stairway in front of the church was completed in the 1750s. The main façade is heavily decorated with baroque motifs. Climb the monumental Bell Tower of the church for panoramic views across the entire city, and an up-close view of its most symbolic attraction. Then, go to the exhibition space in the Clerigos Building to admire the Irmandade dos Clérigos Collection and Christus Collection, where you can see pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, including furniture, paintings and vestments.

Porto: Spiritus Multimedia Show Admission Ticket

2. Porto: Spiritus Multimedia Show Admission Ticket

Step into an immersive artistic experience with this ticket to Spiritus, an audiovisual experience which pairs light, music, and architecture the Clérigos Church in Porto. Admire how this religious location is transformed during this show which was created by OCUBO. Show your ticket at the door to the church and step into this 18th century Baroque building which boasts a 75-meter-tall bell tower. Take in the abstract look and intense soundtrack of the church's architecture as it is filled with visual poetry, light, and music. See how this multimedia, nighttime show expands on the poem “In the end, the best way to travel is to feel,” by Álvaro de Campos. Feel the beauty of life and reflect upon your place in this world.

Porto: Night Tour with Traditional Dinner and Fado Show

3. Porto: Night Tour with Traditional Dinner and Fado Show

After being picked up at your hotel, start the tour by discovering Porto seaside during the summer, or the amazing views from Serra do Pilar during winter. Learn about the history and interesting stories of the city from your guide. Then, visit a traditional Portuguese restaurant in the heart of one of the most traditional neighbourhoods. Enjoy a delicious dinner followed by a Fado performance. Traditional Fado music is characterized by the lamenting expression of saudade to the sound of a guitar.  Before being taken back to your hotel, enjoy seeing some of the sights, streets, and landmarks of Porto by night.

Porto: Old Town Self-Guided Discovery Tour

4. Porto: Old Town Self-Guided Discovery Tour

Avoid tiresome group tours and inject some fun into your holiday with this self-guided discovery tour of Porto. All the information you need to complete the tour will be sent to you via email. Simply download your map for the day then hit the quaint streets of Porto’s Old Town where adventure awaits. Begin your challenge in front of the war memorial on Praça de Carlos Alberto. From here on out, the tour is in your hands. Wander around the city streets visiting some of the most iconic sights as you solve 17 cryptic riddles taking you from one landmark to the next. If you get stuck, ask for a hint or skip to the next one. As you explore, discover secret spots that even Porto's locals don’t know about, unlock tips and recommendations to enhance your stay, and see the sights of the city from a new perspective. Some of the tour’s highlights include the Clérigos Tower, Porto Cathedral, and the colorful Cais da Ribeira.

Porto Combo: Porto City by Day & Panoramic View Fado Dinner

5. Porto Combo: Porto City by Day & Panoramic View Fado Dinner

Experience the dynamic differences of beautiful Porto from day to night on this tour that has a morning part and an afternoon session. Visit the city's highlights, including Sao Bento Station, and the Porto Cathedral. Try Porto wine and enjoy a traditional dinner. Your guide will pick you up at your hotel for both the morning and afternoon parts of the tour. You will visit Porto's main monuments and learn more about its rich history on this tour. You'll get to see: • Grand architecture on Avenida dos Aliados, the Avenue of Allies, representing the Anglo-Portuguese treaty, the oldest alliance in the world that is still in effect • The 249-foot tall Clèrigos Tower and Church • One of the top bookstores in the world: Livraria Lello • One of the city's oldest monuments: Sé Cathedral of Porto • The Unesco World Heritage site: Sao Bento Station To end the daytime portion of your tour, you'll visit a wine cellar and have a chance to try the famous port wine. After this portion of your tour, you'll be dropped off at your hotel for a few hours before the dinner portion of the tour begins. This is a perfect opportunity to take a short nap after your busy city tour and freshen up for dinner. At 8 PM your guide will pick you up from your hotel for dinner. See panoramic views of this dynamic and beautiful city after dark. Enjoy a traditional Portuguese dinner, accompanied by soulful Fado music. Fado music is melancholic and the songs are often very nostalgic. They reflect the deep feelings of Portuguese culture, history, and soul.

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What people are saying about Clérigos Church

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 539 reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Very friendly staff and efficient service to enter the building. The exhibits on show were presentation well and information read well. On the whole we enjoyed our time and even the climb to the top was gradual except the final climb which was a little challenging but the views were well worth it.

Climbing the tower was a neat experience. There are windows all the way up that offer a view as you climb as well as a wonderful breeze to keep you cool.

Great views from the top. It got quite busy on the steps and not always easy to pass those going in the opposite direction.

We were 4 friends and we were fascinated, quite an experience. I only needed a Spanish translation.

Absolute must to enjoy the view over the whole city