Cathedral

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  • Religious venues
  • Address: Terreiro da Sé , 4050-573 Porto
  • Tel.: +351 222059028
  • Opening hours: Church: Apr-Oct Mon-Sat: 09:00-19:00 Sun and hollydays: 09:00-12:30/ 14:30-19:00 Nov-Mar Mon-Sat: 09:00-18:00 Sun and hollydays: 09:00-12:30/ 14:30-18:00 Cloisters: Apr-Oct Mon-Sat 09:00-18:30 Sun and hollydays 14:30-18:30 Nov-Mar Mon-Sat 09:00-17:30 Sun and hollydays 14.30-17.30 Closed:Christmas, Sun Easter
  • Cost: Free(-)
  • Tags: World Heritage, Tiles, Unmissable
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  • Construction dating from the twelfth/thirteenth century, in Romanesque style, that has been enlarged and renewed over the years up to its final setting, in the twentieth century, resulting in an idealized reconstitution of the medieval cathedral. Special mention goes to: the Gothic São João Evangelista Chapel and the cloister, from the fourteenth century; the enlargement of the main chapel, the Santíssimo Sacramento Chapel and its silver altar, from the eighteenth century (mannerist); the eighteenth century Baroque frescos in the main chapel and the sacristy, by Nicolau Nasoni, and the tiles in the cloister, by Vital Rifarto; the sculpture in the Baptism Chapel, by Teixeira Lopes (father) from the nineteenth century.
  • GPS: 41.142754053297, -8.6115431785583
  • E-mail: catedraldoporto@gmail.com
  • Bus: STCP - 1M, STCP - 207, STCP - 303, STCP - 400, STCP - 500, STCP - 900, STCP - 901, STCP - 904, STCP - 905, STCP - 906, STCP - ZH, STCP - ZM, STCP - ZR, STCP - 10M, STCP - 11M
  • Tram: STCP - Circular trip Carmo - Batalha
  • Funicular: Metro do Porto -
  • Metro: Metro do Porto - D
  • Sightseeing Tours: City Sightseeing Portugal - Blue Line, Red Line; Yellow bus - Historical Porto, Porto Castles
  • Price: Church: 3€ Church + Cloisters:3€
  • Discounts: PortoCard PortoCard , 35% discount
  • Recommended for: Couples, Young people, Families, Seniors

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