I propose to visit a City founded and embraced by the Christian religion, in the twelfth century. Its origins `date` back to a period in which many people, as the Germanics and Visigoths were touched by Christianity and contributed to the population's growth along the Middle Ages. With a variety of religious heritage, legends and history, Porto always benefited from a strong connection with its river, providing an excellent beacon, not only commercial, but also of faith and religion.
From the twin churches of the Carmelitas and Carmo, through the old Jewish quarter of the sixteenth century to the interior of the first buildings of the bishops, you can enjoy a rich collection of historical and religious heritage, decorated with statuary, painting, tiling and decoration facade, typical of Romanesque, Baroque and Neoclassical architecture. Walking through the ancient streets of the historic center, meet the population growth of the city until the present day, as well as various ethnic groups (Jews, Muslims and Christians) who lived in the same space.
Availability: All Year Departures: 10 a.m. or 2 p.m.