We set off on our trip to the Porto Cathedral, the largest church in the city. Right next to it, you can cross the D. Luís Bridge and take a magnificent photograph of what is considered to be Porto's brand image, the Ribeira (riverside area). Then we go onto São Bento Railway Station, considered the 6th most beautiful railway station in the world. Visit the Porto Commercial Association building and take delight in its magnificent Arab Hall.
When leaving, take a look at the Ferreira Borges Market and further down the street you will find the Church of São Francisco, with its gilt carved altars. In Ribeira, the heart of Porto, you can choose to go on a cruise on a Rabelo boat until the mouth of the Douro River, or have an aperitif before lunch. In the afternoon, we will take you to the other side of the river, to one of the many Port Wine cellars, where, on a guided tour, you will find out everything about this world-known Bacchus nectar and where you can participate in a wine tasting. The afternoon ends in the Virtudes Garden with the setting of the sun as a backdrop at the mouth of the Douro River.