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Dom Luís Bridge

Ponte Dom Luís
16 reviews

Definitely make the trip over this bridge. Stunning views!

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  • 81
    0.62 mi

    World of Discoveries

    0.62 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    This museum gives the whole perspective of Portuguese discoveries since the 15th century. From Brasil, to Cape Verde, Angola, Mozambique, Goa and Diu-India, Malacca- Malaysia, Danang, China and Japan. Fabulous exhibition, with interactive boards everywhere, description of how life at the vessels worked. Great to see the influences we received from each country and what we also contributed to their ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalStudents
  • 82
    0.42 mi

    Almada 13

    0.42 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    A new store that gathers 5 different stores in the city, clothing, design objects, decor are the main products. Beautiful space, worth a visit.

    Popular withTrendsters
  • 83
    0.6 mi

    Baixaria

    0.6 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    A bar dedicated to all swear words and popular expressions as main decor subject on basement disco. Upper Bar with Nice music and relaxed atmosphere.

    Popular withNightlife
  • 84
    0.59 mi

    Santo Ildefonso Church

    0.59 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    This baroque 18th century church is located downtown in Batalha square. Beautiful facade of tilework. Visits and daily mass are available.

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  • 85
    0.66 mi

    Almas Chapel

    0.66 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    Located on the main commercial street, Santa Catarina, another example of great tilework. This 18th century chapel has painted pannels of St Francis of Assis.

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  • 86
    0.6 mi

    Serrote

    0.6 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    Unpretentious bar downtown. A wide gin, wine and tapas menu.

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  • 87
    0.64 mi

    Mercado Portobelo

    0.64 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    On weekends there are small street markets a bit all over downtown, this one in particular is great if you're a vinyl record fan or retro objects in general. You'll find great records on a budget.

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  • 88
    0.53 mi

    Praça D Joao I

    0.53 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    This square is used for outdoor events such as sport/ dance demonstration, small exhibitions and World Cup screenings!

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  • 89
    2.78 mi

    Serralves Foundation

    2.78 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    4 reviews

    The Serralves Museum is the foremost museum for contemporary art in Portugal, uniquely sited in the grounds of the Serralves Estate, which also comprises a Park and a Villa. Through its collection, temporary exhibitions, performance, education and public programmes, publishing initiatives, and national and international collaborations, the Museum fosters the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art and culture. Introducing the ...

    Popular withDesignTrendstersHistory
  • 90
    1.95 mi

    Jardim Botânico

    1.95 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    2 reviews

    Porto botanic garden is located in Campo Alegre, with beautiful romantic gardens and exotic species. Representative of the 18th century city gardens and used as background on several literary works, as the main house belonged to a famous Portuguese writer. Very pleasant place.

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  • 91
    1.46 mi

    Mercado Bom Sucesso

    1.46 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    2 reviews

    I only know the old market. Just loved it

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  • 92
    1.66 mi

    Casa da Música

    1.66 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    One of the major concert halls in the city, was built in 2001 European culture capital, by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas. A fabulous building, diamond shaped, the exquisite interiors are also worth a visit. Holds a vast Programme on Portuguese, world, classical music. Has a restaurant on the top floor. Visits available with previous booking.

    Popular withDesignStudents
  • 93
    1.33 mi

    Museu Do Carro Eléctrico

    1.33 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    "The Tramcar Museum is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the city's old trams. As well as the permanent collection, it hosts temporary art exhibitions, annual tram and bus parades and summer concerts." Museu Do Carro Eléctrico Website

    Popular withFamilies
  • 94
    2.32 mi

    Angelo de Sousa - escultura

    2.32 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    Huge painted iron sculpture by the minimalist painter/sculpter Ângelo de Sousa (b.1938) who throughout his career has been trying to master colour,shape and light.

  • 95
    1.7 mi

    Casa da Música Metro Station

    1.7 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    A good example of Eduardo Souto Moura's ingenuity: the massive columns that sustain the roof of the upper level of the station double as sky lights for the underground platforms.

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  • 96
    1.88 mi

    Quinta do Covelo

    1.88 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    It's a urban park built on what was once a noble familly and a rich merchant's estate.The ruined house and the chapel were destroyed in 1833 during the portuguese civil war - a fierce assault by the liberal army in order to capture an enemy battery unit based on Covelo was the decisive turning point in the siege of Porto. ...

  • 97
    1.23 mi

    Rosalia de Castro

    1.23 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    Porto was one of the main cities of the galician diaspora of the 19th century. This 1954 work by Salvador Barata Feyo(1899-1990) is dedicated to Rosalia de Castro, the most outstanding modern writer in the galician language, whose work is of both regional and universal significance.

  • 98
    1.1 mi

    Biblioteca Municipal Almeida Garrett

    1.1 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    High-tech library with free internet access. Its organic looking exterior blends in harmoniously with the surrounding Palacio de Cristal Gardens

  • 99
    1.45 mi

    Precarious Mona Lisa Stencils

    1.45 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    Protest stencils depicting Mona Lisa as a precarious worker by phelgo. You can find this one in Carolina Michaelis Metro Station, another one in Arrabida bridge and a third one in the neighbourhoods of Lapa Metro Station

  • 100
    1.16 mi

    Igreja Do Corpo Santo De Massarelos

    1.16 mi from Dom Luís Bridge
    1 review

    This was the church of the All Souls Confraternity, a guild of sea farers, sea merchants and ship builders that had Saint Pedro Gonçalves Telmo as its patron.

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