Igreja de São Francisco
Sitting on Praça Infante Dom Henrique, Igreja de São Francisco looks from the outside to be an austerely Gothic church, but inside it...
Casa do Infante
Just back from the river is the handsomely renovated medieval town house where, according to legend, Henry the Navigator was born in...
Palácio da Bolsa
This splendid neoclassical monument (built from 1842 to 1910) honours Porto’s past and present money merchants. Just past the entrance...
Restaurante Mal Cozinhado
Porto has no fado tradition of its own, but you can enjoy the Lisbon or Coimbra version of ‘Portugal blues’ into the wee hours at...
Both a humble mum-and-dad operation and a masterwork of traditional fare, with generously portioned standouts such as baked octopus in...
Lonely Planet review
CRAT sometimes runs brief introductory workshops on azulejo painting and stamping, aimed at tourists. A lesson costs around €25, and you can usually pick up your freshly fired tiles a few days later.