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Igreja do Carmo

Rua Carmo, Porto 4050-164, Portugal
+351 22 332 2928
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Rua Carmo, Porto 4050-164, Portugal
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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Very nice church. Do not be misleaded by the queue - if you do not want to visit th tower and see the exhibition - you can go and visit church with no queue/ticket. Just step in and go left.

1  Thank Dawid Z
Reviewed 23 July 2015 via mobile

The outside of this church is really interesting, since it is covered with painted tiles depicting different scenes. The inside was quite plain, except for the alter, which was gorgeous! I recommend taking a look and some pics of the outside, a quick peek at...More

Thank Funkus1
Reviewed 22 July 2015

I had not even realised this was two side-by-side churches till I read some of the reviews. No worries. there is enough gold and over-the-top Rococo decorative work in the one side I saw to more than make up for the disappointment at missing the...More

Thank JElliot32
Reviewed 30 June 2015

The climb up the tower isn't too hard and the view from the top is breath-taking. The church is lovely too- make sure you go up as far as the choir.

Thank traveller-eater
Reviewed 23 June 2015

What looks like just one big church is actually two connected by what is one of the world's narrowest houses - just 1 meter wide! To the right is Carmo Church, built in the 18th century. Outside it is covered in blue and white tile...More

3  Thank Abcd811
Reviewed 19 June 2015

The outside of the church is covered by blue and white tiles. It is just gorgeus. There are actually two churches, the Carmo and the Carmelite church. There is a wall beetwen the two churches, it was told this is for the moral - the...More

1  Thank 545medva
Reviewed 17 June 2015

This church is walking distance from the Clerigos Tower and the Library and can be accessed from a big square. Do not miss both entrances as it can get a bit confusing. No payment at either of them and both have truly gorgeous interiors.

1  Thank TERRAvelista
Reviewed 26 May 2015

I walked in and straight out. It is a church for VERY religious people.It was too heavy for me.It is next to the peaceful Carmelite Church. Look for the small 'house' separating the two churches.

3  Thank grandmaportugal
Reviewed 18 May 2015

This is another beautiful example of the Portuguese use of decorative tiles and here you have a very large area of it. After admiring it, take a peak inside at the extravagant interior, as usual in most of the churches, which must be appreciated for...More

Thank 1956traveller
Reviewed 11 May 2015

The tiles on the outside of the Carmo are excellent, although it is hard to get a good picture because of the street clutter. The interior of the church is quite impressive with the use of blue in many of the naves.

Thank realbigbear
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