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Church of Sao Pedro dos Clerigos

Rua Sao Filipe Neri, Porto, Portugal
+351 22 014 5489
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“clerigos tower” (15 reviews)
“pipe organ” (6 reviews)
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Rua Sao Filipe Neri, Porto, Portugal
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

From its massive presence (even excluding the Tower) one would think you'd be visiting a sizable church. Not so. While beautiful and classically Baroque, it's surprisingly small. A quick stop will suffice, however, if you seek a more substantial house of worship in Porto, consider...More

Thank Eric T
Reviewed 26 August 2017

Great old house of worship with appropriate reverence. Although the building is old and historic, it's what's inside that counts. If you are into religious houses of worship this architecture represents the standard in Porto.

Thank 2332123ed
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Went to the church to climb the tower early evening (around 5pm). After first looking peacefully around the church from above, I arrived to the tower to find there was a huge queue. This was expected being in the middle of high tourist season. I...More

Thank Emma P
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Our tour guide took us to this beautiful church where we were able to take photos of the gilded altars.

Thank Peggy F
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

We didn't go up the tower. Just sat in the serene church and said a prayer for family and ourselves. Despite the visitors it was serene and felt peaceful, not unlike the other churches we visited in Porto. Make a wish at every church you...More

Thank Cyril L
Reviewed 3 August 2017

You can visit the top of the church and see a 360 view of Porto. The staircase gets more and more narrow as you get higher... so my claustrophobic friends, please be aware. The mini hike is wroth it for the nice view though. Along...More

Thank Melody F
Reviewed 30 July 2017

You can see that this church is a very important one in Porto. It is very rich in ornaments and the light in this church is very bright. We combined the visit with a climb of the tower. We had the opportunity to listen to...More

Thank Christophe W
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

The altar as it rises to the ceiling truly makes a statement of opulence in this small church. Lots of information regarding various saints was presented in English.

Thank yogiacomo
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

It would be rather odd to skip touring the church once you've been up the tower, and it has a lot to offer in its own right. The historical exhibits are interesting, but the highlight for me was the twin organs. We were lucky enough...More

Thank GrumpsDC
Reviewed 23 July 2017

This church is one of the Baroque treasures of Porto; along with the Clerigos bell tower, it creates a wonderful harmonious ensemble which should not be missed if you are in Porto. The most impressive part is a remarkable richly decorated marble altarpiece built by...More

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