If we had to pick just one, this would be it: the Clérigos Tower is indisputably Porto’s most iconic monument. Built during the first half of the 17th century by Italian Nicolau Nasoni (whose work is also found elsewhere in Porto), the tower is the city’s most important Baroque Era building. Brace yourself and climb the 240-step stairway. You won’t regret it when you reach the top. You can also visit the church, the Our Lady of Lapa Crypt, the Collection of the Clérigos Brotherhood and the Christus religious art collection.
|Venue name:||Clérigos Tower||Contact:|
Rua de São Filipe Nery
|Opening hours:||Daily 9am-7pm|