Ribeira medieval quarter- The heart of the city, dating back to the 15th century, has an abundance of places to visit and experience the history of the city. With the Palácio da Bolsa (Stock Exchange Building), the baroque gold clad S. Francisco Church, the old Customs House (Edifício da Alfândega) all in close proximity the area is positively teeming with things to do.
Torre dos Clérigos- Climbing the 225 steps of this 18th-century tower, designed by Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni, you will be rewarded by unparalleled views of the city.
Palácio de Cristal- These romantic gardens nestled in the city on the way to the Boavista district provide further opportunities to take enjoy the atmosphere and sights, especially when one gazes over the river.
Casa da Música-For anyone who delights in music the Casa da Música ("House of Music") is a must see. Designed by the famous architecture Rem Koolhaas it is a new yet amazing addition to the city.
The Serralves Contemporary Art Museum- The museum designed by Porto's top architect Álvaro Siza, is an art deco wonder encompassed by wonderful gardens is a serene place to spend an unforgettable afternoon.