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We didn't visit the tower but the rest of the church is worth seeing as it is very ornate, with a fascinating design incorporating different galleries at various levels. Free entry is rare in Porto, so it's worth a look even if you are not...More
This atypical church, is nice from outside but the interior was built in a baroque style, richly decorated and very different to other churches.
The admission includes the visit of the upper level with very good views of the edifice from above, and the possibility...More
You have to go here for review alone. You can climb up in the tower and overlook the city. You also can see the museum on the church and go in the church itself. There is a fee of 5 euros and you might have...More
This church was built in 1750. Its tall bell tower, the Torre dos Clerigos, is one of the most iconic symbols in Porto.
The church has an unusual oval floorplan and the interior decorated with gilt woodwork. The main chapel features a beautiful Rococo altarpiece...More
Why oh why are all the churches shut out of hours? I find it very depressing on the Camino and in Spain and Portugal when the churches are shut. If necessary I would pay to enter but for Gods sake open the doors!