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We visited this Baroque church first, before going on to climb the tower.
Admission to the church is free, but if you go on to climb the tower at a cost of €5, the route takes you behind the statue above the altar, and there...More
This beautiful old church is so much a part of the community; young people sit on the steps playing music for the crowds, always hopeful for some expression of gratitude. it stands next to the Clergios Tower.
The Baroque Church dates back to 1735 by...More
This is a beautiful church, so worth visiting in it's own right, but if you go at midday, you will be treated to a free 30-minute organ recital! Superb! Only drawback was that I wanted to climb the tower, however there was a 30-minute wait,...More
Visit yesterday afternoon and really enjoyed looking around the church and tower, all for €5 p/p, no discounts. Beautifully maintained and plenty of historical information available, but the best part was climbing the tower steps to see the views of Porto. There are 255 steps...More
You'd be surprised at how many tourists get ushered straight thru the church to the tower entrance. After climbing the 200 steps many don't linger when they arrive back down. A pity. It's a beautiful small church and if you are lucky there was organ...More
This temple might be a bit overshadowed in the general public´s preferences by its famous tower beside, but if you don´t really fancy climbing more than 200 steps, you can have a look at this remarkable small church, which has an original shape, as it...More